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28 RV Parks near Strawberry Valley, California
Sep 2019 - $1.00
Just an average park. Nice lake and the people are nice. Normal lot size, again just an average park. - john55
Jul 2019 - $1.00
Disappointed member. Example of Thousand Trails quality decline. Save your money. Thousand Trails is a rip off. As a member since 1985, this organization has severely declined. The frequent ownership and management changes have destroyed this company. I am shocked they are still in business or sell memberships in California. I am completely disgusted with Thousand Trails! You have let Lake of the Springs go to crap! Trees and shrubs are hanging into the street in D section. My brand new motorhome has scratches the full length of both sides of the motorhome. I am going to find a way for Thousand Trails to pay for the exterior repairs on my new 2019 Winnebago Forza. Trash is all over the park. The power level sucked in D67. 105v is ridiculous and unacceptable. The power situation has not improved since our last stay at Lake of the Springs. I notice that sites with non-functioning power suddenly become tent sites. Very clever, but deceptive. Your plan to let the public in the parks may help your bottom line, but you have let unsavory characters in your parks. You have violated our contract. As I write this, I intend to engage my attorney to get a refund for dues that are supposed to be used for maintenance and what we have paid for our so-called membership. - PissedoffTTmember
Jul 2019 - $1.00
It's a great family park. The sections near the lake were all full of families. There were kids everywhere having a great time - love it. Away from the lake is pretty hilly and quite a variety of sites. Still, it's easy to get around with a trailer. It's more quiet up there. There was a band that night playing the blues in the tennis courts; they were pretty good too. The beach is small and parking is really tight. I won't try and drive my truck down there a second time. As retirees we won't do any extended stays there, but I'd go again as an easy overnighter. - S-R Adventures
Sep 2011 - $22.00
Memorial Day weekend expect to see snow in the campgrounds. My experience the snow has been all melted by end of June to July. La Porte gift shop has friendly owners. Neat little town feel. Whole area very rustic. Great fishing for rainbow trout and German Brown. Great lake for canoeing, party boat, water skiing but no speed boats. Very relaxed environment. Summer temp avg. 85. - deedeea