July 24, 2019 - reviewed by Dave Swoope
Nothing for kids to do no playground. Need new roads many pot holes. The WIFI sucks. low hanging branches the girls wear their pants to tight that when they fart it blows their shoes of.
May 29, 2019 - reviewed by 1BBY
River And Mountains
Great location as a base camp to the Sequoia NP. Bath-shower house needs better lighting, totally impossible to shave. Staff was friendly and very accommodating when we moved to a better site. WiFi very spotty if usable at all.
October 30, 2018 - reviewed by Missslucrew
Great Place Close To Home
We stayed here as a short getaway near home (45 minutes away)... we were on Sycamore Ln and it was fantastic! We had a great view of the mountains and we saw lots of wildlife! We even had a little visitor in camp one night.... made me nervous, but he ate some Graham crackers and went on his way! The swimming hole was clean and calm and the grounds were clean.... the spots are a little narrow... but the price and the quiet made up for that. We will definitely be staying here again!
September 19, 2017 - reviewed by MMM
Campsites were pretty snug and our picnic table was touching the neighbors hookups. Gravel roads with a few trees here and there.
Restrooms and showers and laundry are back in the permanent residence trailer park area of the property. Trailer park is full of sketchy characters who are obviously impaired and selling drugs. I watched some guys trade a handgun for some drugs while I was doing laundry!! Not kidding! Showers were a joke. You have to Pay $1 for 3 minutes in a shower that isn't hot and doesn't have much water pressure.
Best part of the campground is the swimming hole. It is fed by an underground spring and is very nice and enjoyable if you can get past the fact that it is also behind the trailer park area.
No verizon service here but we could get spotty wifi from the park.
We chose this park because it was close to Sequoia National Park. We stayed 3 nights but due to the trailer park area we would not return.
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Wolfie
Had no reservations and the staff worked us in, 1st night was dry camping but they allowed us to run generator as it was so hot, next night was in a pull thru full hook up, cable was good, wifi is steady but slow, tmobile service is nonexistent. We will move to a river spot tomorrow for our day of rest and cleanig. If ever in the area again I would stay here.
June 18, 2017 - reviewed by Open Ranging
Very Few 50 Amp Sites
Nice campground but be careful if you need 50 amp power, they have very few 50amp sites and can't guarantee one even if that's what you reserve!!
April 22, 2017 - reviewed by Bob
Improvements are obvious each time we stay. Sites are tight i drive a 35 foot class a and I never have issues. I will keep staying at this Rv park.
April 8, 2017 - reviewed by Sophie
Close To Sequoia, Park Ur RV & Go
Our trailer is 28' so there was no way for us to trek up to the forest with that, so this camp was really close to the park entrance. You are down in the Foothills so no view of any Sequoia or redwoods, but still beautiful foothill scenery. Some sites here are really close to your neighbors. Sites nearest water are the best, the cheaper interior ones have no view of water, which is really nice to wake up to & look at throughout the day. Best sites: 55, 12. We were in 33, which was ok, but too close to neighbors and the poison ivy is in the walkway down to the river. Fish in Riverside is scant, ur better off going to the lake does the road.
March 25, 2017 - reviewed by Robert
Great location, nice staff.