July 27, 2019 - reviewed by Joe S
Close To Park
The best thing you can say about this park is it's close to sequoia entrance. Stayed three nights during busy season. The managers work hard but appeared overwhelmed. Sites are tight. Mostly gravel. Most dont have sewer hookup but central dump station. Mix of permanents and short stays like us. Shower house is worn but adequate. Wifi rarely available. No breakers on box so not sure of available amps. We were 35
September 16, 2018 - reviewed by Ed G
The photos are of the best few sites everything else on gravel and very tight. I saw awnings opened up touching the neighbors slideouts.
Staff was VERY nice. The price was good $44 full hookup.
Just dont expect what you see in their photos
July 5, 2017 - reviewed by Bryson Mckinnon
DO NOT RECOMMEND
What I saw at tgis camp ground was unacceptable. So I was in the car all day driving from the Grand Canyon and I wanted to take a shower. So I go in the bathroom and I smell something funny I think nothing of it. So I get undressed and I go to get in the showers and there is poop all over the floor!
Yes you heard me right I'm quite upset
April 29, 2017 - reviewed by SLB
Very small and tight for anything over 30'. Made reservation weeks in advance for 50 amp service. At check in was told they only had 2 and both were taken. Reservations dont mean much here. I was offered an extra night at no cost for the problem. Park is very old, but - is the shortest drive to the National Forest.
October 18, 2016 - reviewed by Harold
Spent couple days here. Staff very nice. Lots little tight. Nice little water way.
October 7, 2016 - reviewed by Anna
We Enjoyed Our Stay
Nice staff - They were very helpful to make sure kids had internet to get their school work done despite having ongoing wifi problems in the park. Facilities were nice though a tad crowded. Nice beach area for the kids. Would stay again.
August 12, 2016 - reviewed by Jean
Not bad there are live ins. The creek was dam up to make a pool, it was cool. Cable didn't work for us. Some shaded spots. Not a new place but very convenient to sequoia.
July 27, 2016 - reviewed by Erica B.
Went on a road trip in my parents and we stayed here two nights. It was interesting. We had mixed feelings. It has showers, a laundry facility, a couple restrooms (which someone was always squatting in the one nearest us so it was impossible to get in) and an interesting little swimming hole down at the end of the park. There was no dog area or even much grass to speak of, there seemed to be people living at the park permenantly as there was a couple trailers dispersed throughout, and the entrance was a little hard to spot and then was tight after we pulled in. We were in a 40' Class A with a 25' trailer behind so it was close but we made it.