April 14, 2019 - reviewed by Steph
A lot of spots are right on top of each other. But the staff was super helpful suggesting a spot. Check in was fast and they delivered the fire pit and box of firewood about an hour later. $5 pit. $9 firewood. The store was very limited. Better luck driving the 1 mile to town.
These are the cleanest bathrooms I’ve seen in a campground. Very friendly staff. Limited river access. But we would go back.
December 17, 2018 - reviewed by CO-Outlaw
This was a nice place to visit with a good group or people running the location. We have a 40’ Outlaw and we didn’t have any issues pulling into the assigned campsite. The town is close enough to use Uber or Lyft to get to if you don’t have a additional vehicle with you. We will be coming back soon.
July 13, 2018 - reviewed by Debbie Noe
This is a beautiful place! The manager and all of the office staff are incredibly friendly. Camping among the redwoods was a great experience. There’s a beautiful river down below which you can swim in if you’d like. There are constantly staff roaming the park emptying garbage and taking care of any issues that arise. They rent fire pits for five dollars total for the length of your stay and come around to empty out the ashes every day for you. There is a clubhouse which has a mini library, a TV, comfy couches, & a pool table all for use for free. Can’t wait to go back!
February 20, 2018 - reviewed by Greg Zamora
We really like this park. The only downfall is the tight spaces. If the spaces were a little bigger I would definitely give it a 5 star.
July 9, 2017 - reviewed by Art
Great place to camp. No pool. Internet work great. 5 minutes from town. Wonderful views. Price is competitive. One of the best places around. Manager not so friendly but office staff is wonderful.
June 30, 2017 - reviewed by Sophie
Beautiful Park, Tight Spots
Can't beat the scenery... beautiful redwoods all around, the small river to rock skip, dog friendly. No dump station so we were advised to dump at an empty site that was at a lower elevation. The RV park right next door (Smithson) had a pool.
May 15, 2017 - reviewed by Andrew
Site #45. I liked it. San Lorenzo river separates this park from a state park, Henry Cowell State park. Sites are pretty close but the park is clean. Cable, water, level spots, sewer, our site had 30 amps, and laundry. Beautiful redwoods right outside your door. Shady. Trails to the river are advanced black diamond to deadly. Do not brings kids on the trails. Pet friendly resort. Felton, 2 min away, has some restaurants. Scott's Valley, 10 min away, has Kmart and many other amenities. Santa Cruz, 15-20 min away.
November 13, 2016 - reviewed by Traveling circus
Nice place, spots though close still have a fair amount of privacy. Everyone that was staying there and works there were really friendly. Cable TV and hookups made it a please experience. You are in heavy wooded area, so it does feel damp and very dark even when sun is out. Overall good place to camp. There are firepits for rent but if you have one bring it along.
It is pretty close to Felton and Scotts valley for markets to stock up, also there is a Costco at base of hill.
June 14, 2016 - reviewed by Rob
No Pool But Great Sites Among Redwoods.
We had a site between two beautiful redwoods. Kids could ride bikes around loop. Redwoods made a bit of division between sites. Good place to stay if you don't want a pool.
March 30, 2016 - reviewed by Tami Deis
This resort is among the best that we have stayed at. Great club house and well kept grounds. We will be back.