Great location just 40 minutes south of Sacramento. Campground staff are extremely friendly, fun, helpful, and routinely go by checking garbage cans at each site for emptying and during the evening, make rounds asking campers if firewood is needed (firewood is $6/bundle). We stayed here for two nights just after mid-Nov. When making the reservation online, the majority of RV/trailer sites showed as booked when making the reservation. However, upon arrival and during our stay, most sites were empty, except for roughly 7 very experienced, elder full-timers who were temporarily visiting as well. The majority of campers during our stay had dogs, and like us, completely adhered to the campground's pet rules, which was nice. The entire campground is very well maintained. Water, 30A/50A electrical, fire ring, grill, picnic table, and garbage can are available at each RV/trailer site. All tent sites have a water spigot, fire ring, garbage can, and picnic table. The dump station is clean with easily accessible entry and exit (free with stay). The dog park is also well maintained and clean, and the entirety of the campground has doggy-do bag stations throughout so that you can clean up after your pooch and properly dispose of the waste. The restrooms are clean, and in fact, smelled pretty darned decent. Upon our arrival the lake was just stocked with fish for those interested in the activity. The lake and beach are also very well maintained. Many amenities such as groceries, food, fuel and what-not are about a 15 minute drive from the park near residential areas if additional supplies are needed. TIP: Site 10 is a back-in, but is also accessible via pull-through if you drive immediately past the site, turn left at the corner/mini-intersection, and turn left between a couple of small trees into the relatively open field directly behind the site and between the restrooms. A number of the RV/trailer back-in sites are situated in this manner. This site was on gravel and pretty level. Most RV/trailer sites are on gravel and appeared to be pretty level. NOTE: Cows roam freely on private, fenced property adjacent to the RV/trailer park. They tend to roam along the fence at night when its pitch black. The sound of leaves rustling may startle you if you're outside because you can't see anything at night absent a flashlight, headlights or other source of lighting. Quick story: While sitting at the fire ring with a warm fire going and relaxing, our pooch suddenly stood quietly and was very alert. Suddenly, I heard leaves rustling, but could not see a darned thing. It was a little unnerving because the park was peacefully, yet, eerily quite. Being startled by our dog quietly standing like a statue and hearing leave moving as though something was headed in our direction, I went inside the Airstream, grabbed a flashlight, and upon viewing where the sound was emanating, viewed 7 all-black cows just strolling along the fence line across the roadway from our site, going on about their business. We would definitely stay here again to enjoy this well-maintained campground, peaceful environment, and heck, also for the excellent staff..
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