Lovely place with very friendly campers. Will be back next season!
We arrived to a very unsure/not sure what she was doing 'ranger', which pointed us in the direction of 'dry camping' ($35). We asked about WiFi and we're told it works "under that tree". There were loud trains through the night and the porta toilets were not clean. Showers were nice but you deffinately don't get much for $35. I'd personally rather stay at the flying j down the road, I feel you would get more for free.
Quite a drive from the town, but nice, quiet and spacious park. Gravel sites, but lots of grass around. Ranger lady was very helpful and pleasant. Bathrooms are in portacom units but are modern and clean. WiFi reception was only any good near office and quite slow. Train tracks and highway not far away so a bit of noise at night, but not bad. Expensive though. $51 for back in site with power and water but no sewer. Dump station free tho.
Very nice spots at the riverside but without hook ups. Spots with hook ups also available. No showers. We stayed one night and can recommend it. Use the call box at the barrier - the one in front of the office doesn t work. Very friendly manager.
Stayed here for 5 months ($898/mo). Right on the San Joaquin river with lots of space between gravel pads. Good water pressure, WiFi for purchase ($30/mo), has storage area for $75/mo (I stored my boat) and has boat launch. Largemouth bass and stripped bass fishing is pretty good. Great for those who enjoy being outdoors.