The park was nice and very clean with the following exceptions. Water faucet at site 14 had a big, ugly, hairy spider living in it. It took a long time to flush the slimy nest out. The shower was my worst nightmare. The same awful spiders (many) crawled out of the drain while I was taking a shower. I didn't notice until they were all over walls and floor. I stepped on one with bare feet and I got out of there fast. Probably just the wrong time of year.
This is the worst of the worst. No reservations so I was put in overflow. Just a black top parking lot. No water, table, shade or anything. All this for $58. I left and got a refund. As a lifelong resident of California, I am ashamed of our park system. Having traveled through many states, I can tell you California Parks are at the bottom of the heap, and the most expensive.
This is a great campground. Every single site is so large and nice it makes it difficult to choose. Excellent bathrooms with laundry facilities and lots of hot water and pressure in showers. It is somewhat empty now but I guess they get real busy between March and Labor Day so reservations are recommended. Nice to see that our Fed. taxes go for things that benefit us including our national parks.
Enjoyed staying here while waiting for better weather to continue my trip. Wonderful staff and walking distance to good restaurants. Very clean and well maintained. Stayed 4 days and will come back again.
This is the most expensive place I have ever stayed. Twice as much as I ever paid before for very poor amenities. Dirty showers, 20 amp electric, unlevel sites and unfriendly service. The only reason I stayed one night was due to bad weather and I had no choice.