Reviews for Park of the Sierras (Escapees Park)

| Top leute\staff

By user-5822023... on 2017-10-23.

Riesiger Campground, teils nur für Mitglieder. Wir kamen abends gegen 08:00 dort an nur leider war das Tor schon geschlossen und der gesammte Platz von ca.10 Hektar abgeriegelt. Jedoch fanden wir freundliche Leute die uns öffneten und uns die mega grosse geminschaftshalle zeigten. Dauerbewohnt von älteren Menschen und einem eigenem Opa_Sheriff_sehr hilfsbereit\ viele dort deutsche Wurzeln. Super Campground immer wieder (22dollar die Nacht, dafür alles außer Internet).

| Beautiful Site

By user-5871394... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2015-12-19 to 2015-12-24

Highly recommend this site, and the people running it are extremely nice and friendly!

| Friendly, quiet park

By user-5373212... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-06-04 to 2016-06-09

Great value for Escapees. Near to several atonal parks. Very restful. Now taking reservations so you know before you go out of your way. Take the tour as soon as you get there to get the lay of the park especially if a walker

| Friendly & quiet

By user-5890729... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-05-01 to 2016-05-31

Beautiful use of existing terrain. Welcoming residents. Tons of activities. Close to Yosemite. Great value for Escapees

| Very Nice Park For Escapees Members

By user-5808312... on 2017-10-23.

A very well run park for members of Escapees visiting the Yosemite area. Gated and safe, quiet and comfortable with boondocking and full hookup sites available. Has a dump station too.

| Escapees members only must join Escapees don't miss this park!!!

By user-6128787... on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2016-01-11 to 2016-02-11

We became members of Escapees for many reasons but one was so we could spend a month at this park. I can't begin to tell you how beautiful and well maintained this park is. The people there are friendly and very helpful. This park is co op park. Which means you can purchase a site and live there or just make it a base and the site can be rented out while you are gone. We haven't gotten on the list for a site yet but We are thinking it might be a good place to call home when we are ready to get off the road. Plenty of room to maneuver our 41 ft motor home and plenty of parking for our car. It is more like driving through a very well manicured subdivision than an RV park. The clubhouse is huge and every night they have something fun to get involved in. You are not allowed to use your washer if you have one in the RV but the laundry mat is $1.25 per washer or $1.00 ref wash. Dryers run 25 cents for 15 minutes. The people that have bought into this park take care of it themselves. Only 4 paid employees. Wonderful dog park fenced in. Our dogs loved it. I just think if you RV and you are wanting to visit Yosemite or any of the winery's around the area or just want a peaceful place to hang out for awhile this is the place to be. No swimming pool but there is enough to do there you won't miss it. Love Love Love this park!!!!!oh did I say I LOVE THIS PARK????

| Top of Our List!

By user-5819578... on 2018-05-17. Stayed 2018-04-09 to 2018-04-16

Amazing! Friendly staff and community. Quiet. Safe. Gated. Spacious site with breathtaking views. Wildflowers were such a treat! Hilly walk down to community center for showers, but great cardio workout. Walking around the park is relaxing and safe. Reservations not taken for months of April or October. Scenic drive to Yosemite, so day trip is manageable. Major grocery shopping and restaurants about 10 miles away.

| California Retirement Community

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09. Stayed 2019-06-06 to 2019-06-08

First impression is the drop-off turn off Rt 41 onto Rt 416 that leads to the entrance. Then a gate with keypad entry. This is also the only way out onto a very busy Rt 41 when you leave. Then a long check-in at the office. I was checked in by a nice lady who was training another lady who was hard of hearing. Like a scene out of the old Carol Burnett show with Tim Conway. Then you are told of all the strict rules, including a $,1000 fine for doing laundry in your rig! Their sewer cannot handle it, they say. Then you are told to unhitch your toad because all sites are back-in. As you go out to unhitch, you are struck by how large and impressive the grounds are, but the roads are narrow with some low-hanging branches. The road layout can be pretty confusing, especially if you return from the park in the dark. It takes splomng to get out of the park and back along those roads that you likely will be in the dark when you return. Several volunteers scoot around in golf carts offering to help. Friendly place where nearly all license plates are California. Some big rig owners have sites of long standing, with better views. Mostly full-time residents with fixed balconies, etc. Some even have second smaller motorhomes to use to visit the nearby parks. The community has organized events on a calendar that they provide for people there long-term, but we were there only 3 days to visit Yosemite NP, which is a long tedious drive to get into and back. Next time we will reserve something inside the park and drive a car up there. The 25 mph winding roads in the park are tiresome and dangerous for a large vehicle, and the park is very crowded! Overall a nice community to visit, but you will be an outsider just passing through.