Nice campground, with lots of shade. Restaurant/bar, ice cream shop, boat rentals available. Generally a good experience, only complaint is that a few people not even staying at the campground were allowed cruise the campground "sharing" their overly loud music.
My wife and I went there with our three grandchildren just when they were starting their Renovations of the park .can't wait to go back and see all the improvements. we had a good time when we were there and not everything was open yet
Nice big campground kept up nice but when we checked in we were told the hot tub was open until 9 it closed at 6 last night when we left my partner went to get a cup of coffee they charged him a $1 . When I call to make reservations they told me that there was no backend they only had pull through available. But the park was three quarters empty. I used my credit card to guarantee when I got there to pay cash they had already charged my card it would not refund the credit back so I can pay cash.
We have come 3 times now, prices keep going up. This is unfortunate. We won't be back. We might as well sell our rig and stay in hotels.
Campsites to close, way over priced, dirt gravel roads that blow dust all day! Never go back!
We discovered this park a couple of years ago and keep returning. It used to be a KOA and with the last ownership change became the first Jellystone in California. It is right on the Sacramento Delta. If you have a boat, it is a great spot to use as home base. Our son has a boat so it works for us. There have been lots of improvements over the last couple of years. Most campsites are cement pads with decent spacing. Water slides and a lazy river were built this summer, but have yet to open due to some sort of permitting problem. When those issues are resolved the addition of the water features will ensure solid weekend bookings. There is a new mini golf course, a decent restaurant, a store, an ice cream shop, and a calendar of weekend activities. It is pricey and getting pricier. The proximity to the Bay Area and the Delta still make it a great weekend getaway spot. We'll continue to come and hope that prices don't go any higher.
Fun, but not worth the price.... WAY TO EXPENSIVE.... We have gone twice and it is just outrageously expensive.
You ruined an already great time. Way too pricey. Couples with a family cannot afford these prices. Seniors don"t need these amenities. You screwed up a great destination. Figure it out.
Jellystone as done a great job updating this park. Super excited to try the water park out this summer. Perfect weekend spot.
Facility has definitely been upgraded and is great if you have a large family or grandchildren. The newer concrete slabs for pull throughs are very nice for your larger rigs. However, the other areas in the park are very tight to maneuver and have some low-hanging branches from the trees that can scrape your rigs if you have a taller a class. All in all we had a good experience. I think it's rather pricey if it's just two people going and no children. Beware of some of the full-timers as they can at times give you a very difficult time.