October 29, 12:39pm - reviewed by Lee
We stayed at Lemon Grove in the Spring of 2018, and oh the smell! There are orange groves all around and the sweet smell of orange blossoms were everywhere. One reviewer complained about ants and cockroaches. I would much rather crush a few bugs with my foot than stay at a park that sprays pesticides. Can't cope with nature; go home and grap a can of Roundup on your way.
August 29, 8:33pm - reviewed by J.J.
We met friends here and were in spots 6 & 7. It appears the only maintenance was on the main building and not any of the camping areas. The only greenery was the yard at the office, there were a ton of cockroaches and red ants and our kids shut a rattle snake in the door of the restroom. After I finished killing that and stepped on 20 cockroaches the first night we went to the office the next morning to alert them and the woman shrugged her shoulders and said yeah I know. The only reason for one star was the site was pretty level, the hook ups were pretty good and site 6 had the best shade from 2 trees.
May 6, 7:49am - reviewed by Randy Gragg
Not So Good Sam.
Would not honor good sam free dump station policy, went there one time before and they told me no charge, next time I'm sorry we don't allow that anymore. What the hell? So much for being a Good Sam park.
February 10, 6:13pm - reviewed by Walter Deinzer
A Nice Campgroud
This is a very nice smaller campground in a rural area. It's close to the magnificent Sequoia National Park and has easy access to many outdoor activities. Tina and Cain are friendly hosts who keep the campground a facilities sparkling clean.
June 16, 11:27pm - reviewed by Bernie Agnew
Very nice park. Level gravel sites with full hookups. Plenty of space between sites most of which are pull-through. There is a pool and a dog park available. Both look nice but we didn't use them. I highly recommend this park.