June 2, 2020 - reviewed by Black Bear
Positive lots room and sites where spaced a good distance away from each other. Very quiet place too stay. Our family had a nice time. One big negative to many gopher holes, needs to be addressed.
August 26, 2019 - reviewed by Stevorino
Spacious And Quiet
Good place to vacation. Boating, fishing and an improved discgolf course. Hot in the summer, windy in the winter so spring and fall would be a good time to visit. Close to freeways and Chino airport.
April 11, 2019 - reviewed by Jesse P.
Love it here ,but will NOT return , I'm a U.S. Marine Veteran, and there WASN'T a Veteran or MILITARY discount, Really ?.IM GLAD EVERYONE ENJOYS THEIR FREEDOM CAUSE OF OUR MILITARY, I don't need to be given a discount , I EARNED A DISCOUNT,,, I LOVE MY COUNTRY, SEMPER FI !!!!!
October 5, 2018 - reviewed by Julie Andis
TENT CAMPING QUEEN!
I would give my 5 stars, with 100% guarentee a good time. But I sadly have to give 1, I wish there was a way to give -0. My family are Marine Corp Vets and it is so sad that they dont honor our heros with a discount. And the tent camping prices are ridiculous to be honest. THIS IS A GREAT PLACE AND I DO RECOMMEND IT TO EVERYONE- Its just sad! "Prado Damn" is painted in remembrance. For almost four decades, the red, white and blue mural painted on the Prado Dam spillway in Corona has greeted motorists at the juncture of the 71 and 91 freeways in Riverside County. Created and painted by students at nearby Corona High School in the spring of 1976, the mural honored the nation's bicentennial with a simple image of the Liberty Bell and the phrase "200 Years of Freedom, 1776-1976." Over time, it has become one of the region's more iconic, unofficial freeway landmarks... So here is a bit of history for everyone.
February 19, 2018 - reviewed by Camper
Very spacious sites hundreds of feet between sites. Lake for fishing, disc golf and plenty of walking trails. Highly recommend.
March 14, 2017 - reviewed by 1Kotonk
Prado Lake Camping
I really like this place, nice and green because of all the rain. Spots are spread out and your not on top of your neighbor. Great Lake for trout fishing the area is big enough to for bike riding.
October 13, 2016 - reviewed by Sophie
Found this rv park to be very pleasant. There is plenty of space between spaces, albeit, the table being on utilities side of rig was annoying. We took note of our favorite sites with lots of shade & table on correct side 4 next time. Very safe for kids bike riding. Lake had paddle boat rentals, which was fun for kiddos (especially if you have crumbs for the birds/ducks). Nice playground for kids, horse back riding very close too, & hiking paths along the park made out start very pleasant.
March 2, 2016 - reviewed by Deb
Nice park with some very shaded sites. Lots of room between sites as well and tons of grassy area between. The only issue is you might have your picnic table on the wrong side of your RV. The engineers did not design the park so that everyone pulls in correctly. You will either need to park backwards and pull your hookups under your rig or just deal with your sitting area on the back side of your rig. Most people pulled in backwards. If you are able to get a site on the right side of the one way roads you will be fine. The newere areas of the park all have cement pads under the picnic tables as well, the higher number spaces as above #50. No fenced in dog run.