December 21, 2020 - reviewed by Poppy
We are here during December so it is off season and cold. We were passing through and needed a spot for the night. Do to the freezing temperatures the water to the sites are off (their web site did state this) which was no problem for us because we always have water in our fresh tank in case of an emergency.
Loved all the big trees and our space was not large but reasonable. They have the cutest theme of the railroad. Most of their cabins are converted railroad cars. The people were very friendly and helpful. When passing through here again we would definitely stay here.
Reply from owner/manager: So glad you decided to pop in! In the event you didn't have water, we do have 2 sites where you can fill your fresh water before you get settled. We would love to host you again!
September 15, 2020 - reviewed by Cristi
Beautiful spot! Showers are rustic but clean. Sites are large and spread out. We really enjoyed this spot!
Reply from owner/manager: Guess what!! Good news! Showers are being remodeled as we speak!
August 21, 2020 - reviewed by j fischer
First stop heading out of CA on our "Great Western State" adventure in our RV. Traveling with our 10 yr old son, the trains made it a fun one night stop.
Our sight was clean, easy to navigate, level out on and hook up.
Reply from owner/manager: Glad you enjoyed your stay! We would love to host you again soon in the future. We live onsite with our 11 year old and he loves it. I hope your son thoroughly enjoyed his stay as well!
April 19, 2019 - reviewed by Rosie
Not What I Expected.
RV Park very rustic. Sites not level. Everything is down the road.
Reply from owner/manager: Darn! Rosie I'm so sorry we didn't meet your expectations. We are excited about the many new upgrades we are, and have been working on for the park while preserving the rustic nature vibe.
It can be a pro and a con that other amenities/things are down the road, This can cut down on noise, foot traffic and help secure the tranquility most campers are seeking. I do understand that convenience is key however! Come on back and I think you will be pleasantly surprised about what all has transpired in a year. :)
November 19, 2018 - reviewed by Liz 1st Time RV-er
Our very 1st night ever in an RV! Seemed great to us, they had everything ready to go. All hook ups worked well. Camp site was clean and nice. The caboose motel next door was darling and fun to take a walk to see. Staff at the motel gift shop were great and helpful. We would come back for sure!
Reply from owner/manager: Its been two years . . .time to come on back!
August 11, 2018 - reviewed by Kyle
Cool Little Spot
Great spot covered in trees and has a creek that runs right next to it. Dog friendly. If you stay here you have to check out yaks burger. It was pretty pricey we payed around 60/night in summer 2018. Would recommend and looking forward to staying again.
August 25, 2017 - reviewed by Laura
We loved this place! Wish we could have stayed more than one night. We were heading back home from a month long RV Trip from Washington and Canada back to California and needed a place to land for the night. Being August we weren't really sure what we would find. I literally reserved our spot an hour before we arrived. It was beautiful! Next time we are going to stay longer so that we can explore more of the area. The campground was clean and nestled amongst tall pine trees. Plenty of shade and there is both tent and RV sites available. The internet didn't work for me, but that could just be a password issue. Bathrooms were clean, but a little old. We didn't have time to check out the dinning cars or saloon. Will definitely be back.
August 4, 2016 - reviewed by Dani
Read The Fine Print
Ok campsite. We stayed in the rv park section and we're unaware from anything online that it's not near the trains. It's a nice wooded area that is a 5-7 minute walk along a blacktop path to get to the train cars, and that area is for motel residents only. Rv campers cannot use the pool or other facilities (I missed that on the website so technically my fault), but when we stayed the park was only at around 40% full and they still don't allow campers to use the rail car area. So it was a little deceiving when we booked a spot for our kids at a "railroad" resort. Their "pond" was a mosquito cess pool, and they told me to have my kids swim there if they want to swim. Yeahhh...no.
The gift shop is - again - down by the train motel, and very overpriced. The train restaurant was overpriced for mediocre food, though the kids enjoyed eating in the boxcar and you're paying for atmosphere. FYI - the restaurant is only open Wednesday through Sunday, so keep in mind while booking.