February 7, 2020 - reviewed by Dan Foley
Quiet, Level, Clean
Stopped here on our way back to Washington. Very well maintained park. Site was level. Good space between sites. We had excellent cell coverage with T-Mobile. Would definitely stay here again.
September 11, 2019 - reviewed by Paul & Marcy
Super nice place, quiet, awesome pool, Sam’s Club and just a little more than a mile off 101. Would highly recommend.
April 28, 2019 - reviewed by Noel
This is a nice park with well kept grounds and bathrooms. If you want to unplug, this is a good place to do it. Bring a book. The only suggestion I would offer-put in a dog park. There is plenty of room to walk your pup, but nowhere to turn him loose.
Lots of wildlife viewing and no road noise.
August 5, 2018 - reviewed by Estelle Baginski
We were here the week of 6-16-2018. The lady in the office was really sweet. She was prepared for us when we arrived & allowed us to select another spot if we did not like the spot they assigned to us. Once we realized there was no internet/wifi service in the RV park area I was adamant on having at least satellite. We were assigned #9 which was in a well shaded area but because of the trees we had no satellite so we switched to #22. That site may not be shady but we got the satellite. All middle sites are pull through and are usually assigned to those that will be staying for a couple of nights. All outside sites are back in only. They do have a pool but NO furniture for lying down to tan. It only has a table and 2 chairs. This place is desolate. Its clean, quiet and very comfortable. You are out of luck if you want or need to communicate with civilization. On site there is No internet, phone, wifi service whatsoever. The laundry area is large and clean. We would return.
May 11, 2018 - reviewed by Bernadette
Very Nice Quiet Place
Nice little gem. Clean showers that are roomy and warm. Water flow is great in showers. No WiFi or cable but we didn’t miss it. Met nice people and played cards instead. Nice pool too. Very well kept. Heard a bunch of turkeys at night. Would go back again
August 12, 2017 - reviewed by J Richard
Dinoc was a little confused with the history of this place. This was the Site of the Ranch where the famed Race Horse Seabiscuit lived and Died. Quite a facinating place. It is a little hard to reach via Highway 101. You have to really watch for the signs. There is a little Good Sam logo with a homemade sign that is it!
June 28, 2016 - reviewed by Dinoc
A Religious Commune
This is a beautiful place on the headwaters of the russian river. It has an interesting history as a religious retreat, hence the name. Quiet and peaceful with deer walking around and nature surrounding you