This resort is a members only resort--but they do allow Good Sam members. We liked the resort, though we were there in the spring. I imagine in the summer this place will be booked solid. It is a well kept park with good management. AND it is an hour from Yosemite. Also, Bass Lake is a beautiful lake with lots to do on the lake--lots of boat and SEA Do rentals. Also if you fish, I imagine it is a fisherman's dream.
It's a little steep and curvy after you enter the RV Park but flattens out where the big rigs can park. Many (not all) sites are wide and shaded. There are some pull-thrus as well. Pool is small but well maintained. Wifi is what you typically get at these places. Enough to check email and not much else. The little town of Bass Lake is a nostalgic throw back to tourist towns of yesteryear. It's a nice place to take the family for a day. We rented paddle boards and kayaks. There's the usual cheesy gift shops and knickknacks. Some nice looking restaurants but we didn't eat in them so I can't comment. The town of Oakhurst is 15 minutes away with larger grocery stores, etc. There's a great little candy shop called Reimers that has an old time feel to it.
We had a great stay at this park. Members only park, but they take Good Sam. We're in a 40' motorhome and towing. They had several big rig sites that are designated by signs and orange cones. The roads are paved, gravel sites. Pine Resort is next door within walking distance. Lots of boat, kayak, ski do, paddle boards, etc. rentals available at Bass Lakes. Beautiful lake. Spaces aren't large, but adequate. WiFi was basically weak and useless at our site. Same with cell signal. That's our only complaint.
On a 1 month tour from LA to Joshua Tree to Las Vegas to Grand Canyon and Yosemite (and then SF) the prettiest RV park we came across to date. Sadly the very nice extra facilities, including restaurant and games room for kids) were closed from September 3rd. About 45 minutes from Yosemite South Gate.
The place is a little old, the owners could improve the place, the people are not the most warm I found in my road trip, but OK! For $70 I think you can find a better place.
The Parc is ok. Toilets could be cleaner. Pretty tight spots. Full hookup. WiFi works just a bit. Pretty moderate for $89,-!!! Per night Regards w