This is a fine place to overnight. Clean spots, clean bathrooms and showers, level sites, office open late. Laundry, wifi, and playground. Considering the nearby state park is $35 for no hookups, $45 for full hook ups is not bad. Spots are not spacious but it is a KOA so what do you expect?
Won't be back. Park now KOA Always has been tight but now cabins even tighter. Womens restrooms clean. Men not so clean but that might have been just the moment. Biggest problem sprinklers not adjusted and sprayed all over motorhome and car and not just a little. Others complained also. Office has no knowledge about history of the golf course which we understand is very interesting. Price is high but park full so guess it is best park in area. Will pass in future
Convenient place to stop on 101. Spaces very tight for big rigs but doable. Staff friendly and helpful. Hookups in desparate need of modernization. Cable good, wifi good in our spot. A fair number of long term tennants but they haven't taken over. We stayed here in a 40 foot fiver.
Quick overnight. Very tight interior roads and spaces. Watch out for the trees. Once in your space you can put out your slides, make sure to check the power box location compared to your slide. Did not use facilities so cannot comment on those. Would stay again but would pay extra for a premium spot on the end just to get in and out easier.
Nice KOA but expensive. Beautiful pool, hot tub, clean showers has a golf course as well. Nice clubhouse/office. Paid 62.42 with KOA discount for full hookup. The pullthru was just long enough for us to fit, we have 17ft trailer plus truck. Had to back up abit in the morning to dump. Workers staying in the cabins. Park was quite empty.