April 10, 2021 - reviewed by Lauren Frost
We loved this park so much having two options of food to eat right within the park was next level! Feather and fire was soooo great. The Buffalo chicken pizza was next level good! The wings were cooked to perfection. The pool area was really nice as well. The chairs had thick cushions are very comfortable. Very unexpected for an rv park. The public bathrooms are beautiful and super clean. The fit and finish was exquisite. I’ve never been to any place this nice. It was $140 for the concrete paved spots and worth it in my opinion. Much cleaner than the gravel spots. Perfect place for kids- the San Inez village cottages are so well done and gorgeous. Perfect spot to stay with friends who don’t own rvs. The location is perfection as well. 10 minute drive to solveng, or Los olivos. Will be coming back. 10/10
March 26, 2021 - reviewed by Deana
great for kids and party fun
Hi the location is awesome, winery and Solvang! we are two older adults, too big, and not too spacious, that said, for kids is awesome, tons of activities. The dog park was the best yet! large and fun! Clean too
February 24, 2020 - reviewed by Matt
5 Star Glamping
Flying Flags is expensive compared to typical campgrounds/ resorts; with that being said it is well worth the $$$! The grounds a well maintained and friendly staff. There is tons of room for kids to run around and play, including pool, playground, bocce ball court, and basketball court/ field. We highly recommend this place. There is no roughing it here.
October 17, 2019 - reviewed by Sue Tonyan
Loved this park. Great location to Solvang and not far from the beach. The staff are not only helpful but happy! Many options from your RV to Glamping to Cottages and vintage trailer rentals. Beautiful pools and amenities. We will be back!
August 7, 2019 - reviewed by Lepale
Loved it! We will definitely be back.
September 15, 2017 - reviewed by Pitchcato
Loved It Then
Based on the last time we stayed there - long before new owners (2007 or 2008) 7- we'd give it 4 stars if staying with hookups and 5+ stars if dry camping "in the back 40". Changes look very good,but we would still only want to dry camp in the back 40 if it's still undeveloped, quiet, isolated from the crowd. Fabulous location for touring Santa Barbara County.
August 9, 2017 - reviewed by Palamity
Clean bathrooms. Nice store. Cable/wifi actually worked. Employees very open to questions and very helpful. Showers were clean.
June 22, 2017 - reviewed by Open Ranging
Beautiful Park, Great Location
Less expensive than most places in CA, but still high for our taste. The park itself is beautiful, but there is construction going on. Stay near the front in the "older" section for a more shaded spot. The "new" section is definitely new, with very young trees and no shade
June 15, 2017 - reviewed by Bobby Freeman
Expensive But Amazing
You are gonna fork over some cash for this joint but after a cross country trip, this is the exact place to end it. We spent three nights here and wish we could afford to spend three weeks.
The showers are from a five star hotel, there are two pools, three playgrounds, two hippo statues, a splash pad, and a on site restaurant and ice cream shop.
It is a very kid friendly park and is actually very quite, peaceful, and run by an active and friendly staff.
Anybody who rated this place below a four must either of had a bad experience or uses their rig as a second home (needing blazing fast Internet and high selection of TV channels).
It is minutes from wine country and about 30-35 minutes from the Pacific Ocean. If you are in the area, this is the place to stay.
October 14, 2016 - reviewed by Robert
Flying Flags is a great, clean, well maintained RV resort with all of the amenities! It may be a little pricey but worth it! I would definitely stay here again.
September 14, 2016 - reviewed by El Jefe
We spent Labor Day weekend at Flying Flags RV Resort in Buellton, CA. Amazing place! Plenty of activities for the kids and a great location for mom and dad. Solvang is 5 minutes away with plenty of vineyards and tasting rooms. Two great breweries, Figueroa Mountain and Firestone within a couple miles. The campground had full hook-ups with wifi and cable. The only downside would be the price. It's expensive but I think it's worth it.
November 28, 2015 - reviewed by CTC
$90 a night Saturday after Thanksgiving. Outrageous. Went to Lake Cachuma for $40/night. $25 without hookups.
November 14, 2015 - reviewed by Big Jim
Last time I stayed there (its been awhile) they had an age rule for RV's. I lf I remember correctly it was no rigs older than 10 years old. I've boycotted the place ever since. Better call and ask before making a reservation!
November 13, 2015 - reviewed by Shayna
Fancy, nicely updated. Beware the laundry room. None of the card readers work on the dryers and the quarter machine was out of order our entire 3-day stay despite my complaint.
August 23, 2015 - reviewed by Apl
Great park! A little tight for a bigger rig, but great All around