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Date of Stay:
May, 2017 -
This is a really nice RV park. The pull-through sites are long and wide. Although it is close to Highway 101, it is quiet at night. The pull-through sites are large enough for you to keep your tow vehicle attached. If you detach your towed vehicle, it can be hooked up right in the site; no need to move your RV and towed vehicle out to one of the roads. The sites are flared at each end. An experienced driver will have no problem keeping out of the flower beds. This would be a perfect park for an over-night stop over. The park would also be a nice park to stay for several days, because of the amenities. The staff is very accommodating. The park is immaculate. The park is quite new, so it does not look "tired". The park is secure. The gate is locked at 4:00 PM every day and are key code activated. For late arrivals, there is a way to check in after 4:00 PM. The park has a pool, a spa, laundry facilities, a decent exercise room with good quality exercise equipment, an outdoor patio with a fire place, a large picnic area, and a large meeting room with a kitchen filled with commercial quality appliances. For my wife and I, the most special thing is the dog park. This dog park is truly exceptional. We have 3 well-behaved golden retrievers (three dogs per site is the limit), who need to exercise. The dog park/dog runs in most RV parks are a joke if you have a proper sized dog. This dog park is actually a small, fenced garden. It has paths. It has grass. It has a hose bib for the dogs to use. It has two giant concrete pipes for the dogs to run through or to provide a cool place to hide and/or tussle. My three dogs really enjoyed the dog park. There is a coin operated dog bathing area. You can either wash your dog or just squirt them off to get them cool. Each site has a BBQ and a table. The wifi is Tengo Internet and it is controlled/metered. The data allowance is sufficient for most people. Use too much data and you get throttled. We camped at Yanks RV Resort in a Motorhome.
Most of the markets in the town are small. Restaurants in town are local-type. Rancho San Miguel Market is decent. It is also right by the Rite-Aid. The park's web site lists many things to see. It does not list the Monterey County Agricultural & Rural Life Museum in King City, which is worth the trip.