Reviews for Thousand Trails Snowflower Resort

By user-5838871... on 2017-10-23.

| Snowflower RV resort

By anonymous-user on 2017-10-23. Stayed 2017-06-26 to 2017-07-01

This campground is actually in the Stanislaus National Forest and offers some of the most remote camping one can ever experience. Most people do not appreciate the true beauty of this campground when they only come for a weekend but this campground offers some of the most incredible beauty that you can find anywhere in the Sierras. There are numerous apine lakes and reservoirs on the property and in the winter there is a snow play and cross country skiiing and even a skiing hill for snow skiers. The campground is very big and it takes about 20 minutes just to drive through it. In Racoon Lake you can watch the trout for hours as they jump and frolic in the waters. Or if you hike the other side of the lake you can climb to the top of the granite mountain and see for miles. All this primitive beauty and yet you also get water and electricity at your campsite and huge lodge with satellite tv and pool table, shuffle board, and swimming pool. On the upper campground loops you can get all the San Francisico tv channels and internet via t-mobile.

| If I could score in the negative I would

By user-unknown on 2019-08-09.

This place was awful. Too many rules, too many people, a seriously dangerous lack of signs, we left due to the fact that despite reserving sites we were gonna be placed at some sites 15 minutes away from the lake. We got lost going up and going down because of the signs and to top it off there are no campfires allowed, which is fine but the campgrounds at the top are creepy so I can only imagine how creepy they'd be in the dark. Don't even bother tent camping here if you only have a car. You won't make it. Oh lastly there is no truck or car camping. You can only camp in a real rv or tent otherwise you will get fined and your membership will be revoked on top of being kicked out of the park.....these are just a few complaints. I highlt recomend you head a little down the ways and go to cisco grove or Hampshire Rocks. Whatever you do don't waste your time here unless you like feeling as though you are in a Walmart Parking lot in the forest.