As has been stated, this is not a scenic place but it is very clean, level and quiet. Full hookups with good over the air TV signal. Plenty of shopping within a couple of miles. The Luther Burbank gardens are impressive as was the Charles M. Schultz museum. We would stay here again.
The county has opened this up to the homeless, so you be next door to an old beat up station wagom with a guy and his 6 dogs, pulled in, drove around, and left a quickly as poss. What a dump. What a waste.
Not a destination, as many have written. A large gravel parking lot — but, flat sites, many with full hookups, 30/50 amp available, plenty of room to bring in a large rig and pull through. So far, so good. We needed to stay here for a week and had a couple issues. Bathhouses were cleaned only when I made an issue of it (easy to tell because the super-thin tp tears easily and piles up on the floor, day after day. Security: 1) reported burned out light bulb over women’s room entry door where a code is needed. 6 days later not repaired. 2) Entry code changed during an afternoon we were out. Phone calls to posted number of no use; had to wake up off-city campground host unaware of the change to phone around for the new code. 3) Men’s room mirror not a mirror, but a piece of polished metal—scratched beyond visibility. Among the scratches, a swastika. Reported first morning, 7 days later unchanged. No wifi, but good Verizon cellular.