Very quiet, secluded park with gravel spaces and picnic tables. You can bring your own fire ring. There is a playground but no designated dog area. We spotted a small group of deer hanging out at the playground every evening. The restroom is a little run down but clean. A seafood/Mexican restaurant is located in front of the park. It is a short drive back down HWY1 to Bodega Bay with a few stores and restaurants. It is a long, winding way north before you reach Jenner or any other coastal towns.
This is a very nice park but not worth the price. It is a very long walk downhill to the beach (if you drive you'll have to pay $10 day use fee). Spaces are tiered on a slope, concrete with tables, and fire rings. Some landscaping (small shrubs & trees) between. Nice dog run. Clean restrooms, small laundry room. Lots of kids. There is a separate tent area that looks very nice but spaces are close together. There is also a resort at the bottom of the hill associated with this campground that has a store and deli that serves breakfast and lunch. They also have bicycles that campers can borrow. The nearest town (Goleta) is 10 miles away; Buellton/Solvang is 20 miles north, Santa Barbara 20 miles south.
Considering the location, hot dry desert, this is a great RV park. There are many trees throughout the grounds - mostly citrus. While they aren't tall enough to provide much shade they do give the place a nice atmosphere and host a variety of birds. It was very quiet except for the jets flying out of nearby Luke AFB. They flew a couple hours at a time from about 9 am to 9 pm, but not on weekends. There is a beautiful pool, two small pet exercise pens, nice bathrooms and laundry. There is a lot of development in the surrounding area so new shopping centers were a few blocks away that didn't show up on our GPS. Nothing is within walking distance but there's a small store on site.
This was our second stay. We visited the area two years ago. This park is a perfect location if you want to be near downtown. It is actually within walking distance. The managers are very friendly and helpful. The facilities are sparkling clean. There are many live-ins, but the park is very tidy. This is a pretty small park and each space is concrete slab with a picnic table and 6-8' high shrubs between every space to provide privacy. The pool is lovely. I would not recommend this park for children. Other than the pool there is nothing for them to do.
As close to the beach as you can get, plus walking distance to town. Sites are very level, end sites are the best if you can get one. Sites are pretty close together so being friendly and quiet is important. The north side is nicer than the south side. The campground is very professionally run and maintained. Worth the price and wait to get in. Summer weekends book early but they keep a wait list.
The best aspect of this campground is its location. It is one of the few places to camp in the Tri-Valley area. The campground itself is very basic. Mostly mud and gravel, but with full hookups. Many of the hookups aren't ideally located and may require extra long hoses, power cables and sewer lines. There is little supervision and it is relatively easy to gain access to the campground by non-campers. Lots of grassy areas for pets.
Calling this a "resort" is a bit of a stretch, maybe it was in the 50's. However, this is a beautiful campground with many activities for kids, as mentioned by others. This is not the best place to camp if hookups and a level site are important to you. Even though we paid for full hookups, our sewer lines and water line couldn't reach. We only had electricity because we carry an extension cord. The location of the hookups is not ideal for most rigs. Also, unless you enjoy camping on top of your neighbors, stay away from the B-loop, sites B1-B5. This is a perfect campground for those in tents or with small RVs who enjoy quiet. The campground is patrolled in the evening to enforce the quiet policy. There are also daytime patrols by very helpful people who also kept the campground, including the restrooms, clean. The showers, sinks, toilets, and laundry machines are very clean, but the floors are muddy, to be expected. In addition to the rather high price ($40) its $2 extra per night for each pet and $3 per night for a fire ring, which is required if you want a campfire (you can bring your own). Also, campers are given wristbands to wear, something I've never encountered at any other campground. If arriving with a big rig, drive directly into the campground and then unhitch (or walk) to the office as there is no place for large rigs to park or turn around at the office parking area.