We pulled in with many spots to pick from on a Sunday evening. All spots had water and power ( no sewer ) for only $37 , not bad at all for the area. Spots are level with weathered black top and picnic tables and fire ring. No frills camping but that's the way we like it. Ample room to pull our 29' travel trailer thru campground. Great views of surrounding rolling green hills. It's quite but next door is the Mazda race track that probably could be heard. Great find!
We stop for a night. In fact it is a camping for the racetrak just beside. The place is nice on a top of a hill. You will have a nice view on the race if you want. 37$ electric and water (non-potable) or 32$flat.
This one not our first choice, BUT SO HAPPY we ended up here! Monterey RV parks were all booked up. Pulled in her (12 miles from Monteray), got a great spot with a view. Just come before 5pm. We stayed in spot 5, we'll be back.
$32-37 plus dog and dump and extra vehicle fees
Stayed two nights in Chaparral site 65. Amazing view of the surrounding landscape. Water and power only. No wifi and Verizon is 4 bars. Sites mostly level. Monterey about 15 minutes away. Road up to campground very steep (16% grade). Would definitely stay here again.
The roads to and around the campground are very steep, the showers are far away and continuously operated by button, and the water hookups are labeled as nonpotable. The grounds are clean, though, and the location is pretty and convenient.
We spent one Night in Laguna seca, and was a great experience. You Can arrive after office time and there's orietrations.
Great views of the track. It s like having your own private suite track side while watching the race. Staff is very friendly.
We only stay for one night and use the non-hooked campingground. 35$ non-hooked 40$ full-hooked