|Daily||$60.00 - $108.00|
To high priced. No dry camping. We paid $78 for one night just to sleep in our own rv. It was clean, but atmosphere has little to offer.
This park gets negative reviews. Yep, you are right next to the freeway, but at our pull-thru site about 3 rows back, it was white noise that I felt helped to mask the disturbances caused by other RV'ers. Road noise was no worse than many other parks we've stayed at. Yep, it is very pricey, but this is Ventura Beach area. I considered it 'fair market value'. And apparently many others did also! Mid-June, mid-week it was at least as crowded as the previous 2 coastal (albeit cheaper) parks we stayed at. And a whole heck of a lot nicer! It is a very attractive, very well maintained facility. No satellite TV interference at our site. Evidence of the removal of mature trees to facilitate today's larger, multi-slide units. There were a lot of different types of sites. The hook-ups at our pull-thru were not designed for motorhomes, but were at the very back of the site. Having both the dinghy attached & taking advantage of said hook-ups would not have been possible. Great WiFi. On the downside, the rules need to be proactively enforced. Too many dogs off leash. Motorized vehicles traveling too fast. And tow vehicles (always with a toy hauler) sticking out into the roadway. I didn't feel the sites were wide enough for the fire pits that many guests felt were necessary in mid-June. But we really liked the park. The many rule violating guests . . . not so much.