This is a great place that is close to our home but feels like you are getting away from the city. You can hear the freeway but you don't notice it a ton. The spots are spacious and far apart. We got the weekly rate for our week at Thanksgiving. There are playgrounds and a ton of bike riding trails along the Santa Ana River.
This campground and Zion National Park are heaven on earth. The campground is smaller than some, at least the full hookup section. There is a ton of tent camping too. Very close to the trams that take you through out the park.
This is a nice spot with great views of the surrounding mountains and valley that the campground is in. The campground has permanent residents that are spread out throughout the camp. The spots are really wide and deep. The hook-ups are a bit odd. The water and electric are in the back and when my friend and I went to hook up our sewer we each needed 30ft of Jose to do it. The lake is a reservoir and you cannot swim in it but you can fish and boat on it. I will go back here because the area around the park is so nice. It is really close to hiking an the small mountain town of Idyllwild. This is another Parkin would give 3.5 stars to if I could through the app.
3.5 stars if I could rate it that. This state park has access to beaches and has one loop with full hook ups. I didn't stay here but i visited friend that we're staying here while I was up the road at San Mateo Campground.
Downside is there is no separation between sites and it makes it a bit crowded.
Nice views of the ocean. Bathrooms were pretty dirty and there is an ant problem, so bring powder to put around you wheels and anything else that touches the ground.
This is a nice park with paved sites. The paved part of the site is where you park your trailer and it is surrounded by short pillars. The rest of the site is dirt but they are very spacious. They are also a bit secluded because there are short trees and shrubs on both sides if the site. Great weather with the ocean breezes. I would give it 3.5 stars if I could on the app. The price is high but it is in a very desirable area so I can understand.
Even with the shrubs there is very little shade. Most campers come here to use the beach which is about a mile hike away.
Some sites only have water and electric, no sewer but there is a dump station. It is also close to San Clemente so there is food and shopping near by if that is your thing.
This is a nice spot with good biking and walking. You could easily bike all over Newport Beach from here. I prefer more secluded places but we were here with family so it was great. There is a lot to do year round such as sailing, paddle boats and more in the lagoon. There is an nice restaurant here as well that serves pretty good breakfast but it is pricy.
I stopped at this park to pump out my holding tanks and it was only a $7 charge. The park is paved with very flat spots and a lot of grass with some shade. I didn't stay the night but the staff was very friendly and the park looked very clean. The restaurant next door that is attached to the casino is a good place for breakfast. The park is extremely easy to get to as it is right off the freeway. The reason for the 3 star rating is that you can hear the freeway and it is not much of a wilderness type park which is what I like.