Lemon Cove Village RV Park Good Sam Verified Campground

32075 Sierra Dr, Lemon Cove, CA 93244

Good Sam Verified Campground
(21 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 21 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 9.5
Restrooms 9.5
Appeal 9.5
(21 reviews) 3 out of 5 stars from 21 reviews

SEQUOIA & KINGS CANYON NAT'L PARKS

Closest Good Sam Park to the Sequoia Nat'l Park entrance. This highly rated park is nestled in the foothills with nearby fishing, rafting & hiking. Enjoy our pool, dog park & quiet shady sites. Take the shuttle to Sequoia NP!

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32075 Sierra Dr
Lemon Cove, CA, 93244

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Partial Handicap Access
Dump station
Laundry
Eco-friendly park
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Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Good
Road type: All Weather
Table at site

Tenting Sites

Covered area with picnic table
Spaces available: 32
Site length (Max length): 50 (50)
Gravel sites: 32
Pull-thru size: 28 x 50
Pull-thrus: 32
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Mostly
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Number of full hookups: 32
Amps: 30 Amp/50 Amp
Max Amps: 50

Restrooms
Ice
Laundry
Table at site
Laundry
Table at site
Dog park
RV supplies
Fire rings
Firewood
RV supplies
Fire rings
Firewood

Swimming
Swimming Pool
Frisbee golf
Outdoor games
Pavilion
Outdoor games
Pavilion
Horseshoes
Houseboating
Houseboating

(within 10 miles)

Fishing
Boating
Hiking
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing
Marina
Kayaking / canoeing

Adventure seekers
Closest Good Sam Park to the Sequoia Nat'l Park entrance

Ride the Sequoia Shuttle from our park! Enjoy hiking, white water rafting, boating, fishing, biking & more. See Kings Canyon, Tunnel Tree, Crystal Cave, Moro Rock and watch wildlife. Then relax at our top-rated park!

2.9 (21 reviews) 2.952380952381 out of 5 stars from 21 reviews
Facility
3.1
Restroom
3.3
Appeal
3.1
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 05/27/2024

Please stay anywhere else. Please do not spend your money here. They will take your money, provide nothing, and then throw their ridiculous policies in your face.

5 5 out of 5 stars 11/30/2022

Best park I have ever stayed at. Very friendly staff (they deserve a raise). Loved the comradery, the Thanksgiving feast, puzzles and very clean bathrooms.

2 2 out of 5 stars 06/17/2022

We booked at Lemon Cove because the KOA we stayted at previously was fully booked as we were checking in on Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. I could not find any where else with availability and this was close to Sequoia National Park. Charges for 2 nights was $224.24 before our Good Sams discount. I have NEVER paid this much for a RV park. It had good reviews, so I thought I would stay open minded. We arrived at 1:30 as we were en route from another park only an hour & a half away. The... Read More

We booked at Lemon Cove because the KOA we stayted at previously was fully booked as we were checking in on Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. I could not find any where else with availability and this was close to Sequoia National Park. Charges for 2 nights was $224.24 before our Good Sams discount. I have NEVER paid this much for a RV park. It had good reviews, so I thought I would stay open minded. We arrived at 1:30 as we were en route from another park only an hour & a half away. The office was closed from 1-2, so we waited for them to get back. When she arrived she said she was feeling generous and was not going to charge us the $25 early check in fee. I have never been to a park that has a check in of 3PM. This is not a hotel. Let alone charge a $25 early check in fee. We were assigned to spot 7. This was a very uneven site, and the sewer was not at the downside of the spot. So this created issues with trying to drain the black tank. The water pressure was so low, you had to take more of a trickle than a shower in your rig. Being labor day weekend the park was full and it was very noisy. I have nothing against families enjoying themselves. But it was like being in the middle of a huge party. Fortunately it did get quiet around 9:30. So all of the chaos was within non quiet hours. It is fairly close to Sequoia National Park, so that was a plus. They do have a pool, and a small little store. But I honestly felt like this was price gouging at its best. $100 a night maybe for a exclusive resort type campground. But this definitely is not that.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 08/24/2021

DO NOT BOOK THIS PALCE FOR A I NIGHT STOP FIRST IF YOU ARRIVE AFTER 4 PM THE FRONT GATE IS CLOSED AND YOU NEED TO BE VERY ATHLETIC TO GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE AND TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO INPUT THE GATE CODE. THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTION SAY ENTER THE GATE CODE AND PRESS ENTER. BU THERE IS NO ENTER BUTON. SECOND THEY WILL LEAVE YOU A PACKAGE AT THE OFFICE. BUT THERE IS NO SIGG POINTING TO THE OFFICE. THEN THEY MISSPELL YOU NAME. THIRD THEY PUT YOU IN A SITE (THERER ARE MANNY EMPTY SITES} WERE YOU... Read More

DO NOT BOOK THIS PALCE FOR A I NIGHT STOP FIRST IF YOU ARRIVE AFTER 4 PM THE FRONT GATE IS CLOSED AND YOU NEED TO BE VERY ATHLETIC TO GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE AND TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO INPUT THE GATE CODE. THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTION SAY ENTER THE GATE CODE AND PRESS ENTER. BU THERE IS NO ENTER BUTON. SECOND THEY WILL LEAVE YOU A PACKAGE AT THE OFFICE. BUT THERE IS NO SIGG POINTING TO THE OFFICE. THEN THEY MISSPELL YOU NAME. THIRD THEY PUT YOU IN A SITE (THERER ARE MANNY EMPTY SITES} WERE YOU CAN NOT PUT OUT BOTH SIDED BECAUSE IT IS TOO CLOSE TO THE GRILL. FOURTH THE WIFI DOES NO WORK. 40 MINUTES ON THE PHONE TO THE EXPERT AND THEY WILL GET BACK TO YOU AT 8AM THEY COULD NOT CONNECT ME. HAD TO USE MY HOTSPOT. IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO SAY A MONTH THIS MAY BE A NICE PLCE AVOID ON NIGHT STOPOVER THIS IS NOT THE PLACE
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2 2 out of 5 stars 08/02/2021

We booked a site for four nights and full payment was required up front. When we are arrived the pool was unswimable and we not likely to be usable for several days. We were asked to conserve electric usage so that the parks limited electric supply would be over loaded. The inadequate power supply caused damage to our airconditioning. We had to leave the next day to get repairs ro our airconditioning. We were told that there would not be any refunds despite the damage caused by the parks power.... Read More

We booked a site for four nights and full payment was required up front. When we are arrived the pool was unswimable and we not likely to be usable for several days. We were asked to conserve electric usage so that the parks limited electric supply would be over loaded. The inadequate power supply caused damage to our airconditioning. We had to leave the next day to get repairs ro our airconditioning. We were told that there would not be any refunds despite the damage caused by the parks power. The facilty needs up dating and better cleaning. The could use some bug treatment as there were cockroaches in the lounge.
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All guests pay for their for their reservation when they check in whether it is 1 night or multiple nights. Yes our pool was down for several days and we informed all arriving guests including you of the situation and left it up to the guests to decide whether to check in or not. You elected to check in and stay. During your stay California was experiencing an historic heat wave and all guests were asked to use electricity conservatively. We did this because our electric supplier SCE asked us... Read More

All guests pay for their for their reservation when they check in whether it is 1 night or multiple nights. Yes our pool was down for several days and we informed all arriving guests including you of the situation and left it up to the guests to decide whether to check in or not. You elected to check in and stay. During your stay California was experiencing an historic heat wave and all guests were asked to use electricity conservatively. We did this because our electric supplier SCE asked us to conserve electricity, especially during peak usage during the heat wave. Our power supply is not inadequate, it was your equipment in your RV that failed which required you to seek a repairman to fix it. If you decided to depart early that was your decision not caused by the park in any way. Our staff works hard to maintain the RV park in an above average to excellent condition at all times.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 04/14/2021

We have stayed here three nights in a 30amp partial hookup site. The one star rating comes from the underhanded tactics used by management to bilk their customers of even more money. Yesterday we arrived back at the campground after a long day in the National Parks and headed right to the dump station. (We travel in a class B van so we have rather small tanks.) Imagine our surprise when we pulled up and started to get things out to dump that we found a lock on the dump receptacle! Now this was after... Read More

We have stayed here three nights in a 30amp partial hookup site. The one star rating comes from the underhanded tactics used by management to bilk their customers of even more money. Yesterday we arrived back at the campground after a long day in the National Parks and headed right to the dump station. (We travel in a class B van so we have rather small tanks.) Imagine our surprise when we pulled up and started to get things out to dump that we found a lock on the dump receptacle! Now this was after office hours so there was nothing we could do. Today we learned that you must pay $15 per use for the privilege of using the dump station. That is on top of your site fee (not the cheapest). I inquired "you make registered campers pay a fee?". Yes. Just to be sure I didn't miss anything I check their website again and there is no mention of the fee, just advertised that they have a dump station. I also checked the email confirmation as well as the check in materials provided and again no mention of a fee. This strikes us as extremely odd, having stayed at several hundred campgrounds around the country this is the first time we've encountered a fee for registered campers to use the dump station. If you are going to charge an unusual fee it should be noted on the website. Other than being unexpectedly stuck with mostly full tanks the park is fine. Nothing to write home about. But buyer beware of the dump station. I wrote the owner an email first but the reply was simply that there is a fee to use the dump station.
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Greg Lemon Cove Village RV Park offers 3 different sites. A full hook up site (water, power & sewer), a partial site (water & power) or a water only site. Each site is priced differently in accordance with the amenities offered. A full hook up site being more expensive than a water only site. You booked a partial site (at a discounted rate) which included water and electric, no sewer. You got what you paid for. If you wanted sewer included you should have booked a full hook up site. The... Read More

Greg Lemon Cove Village RV Park offers 3 different sites. A full hook up site (water, power & sewer), a partial site (water & power) or a water only site. Each site is priced differently in accordance with the amenities offered. A full hook up site being more expensive than a water only site. You booked a partial site (at a discounted rate) which included water and electric, no sewer. You got what you paid for. If you wanted sewer included you should have booked a full hook up site. The park offers a dump station to be used by the general public (i.e.: non registered guests) or registered guests who elect to pay the dump fee, the cost of which is $15.00. Hope this makes sense to you.
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2 2 out of 5 stars 04/08/2021

The campground is small with gravel sites and vehicle parking on the side of your rig. The sewer ran up hill so very hard to empty. The grounds are well kept. We camped in a 41' fifth wheel. Upon arrival we were very disappointed in a $25.00 charge because we arrived before 3:00! We stayed in Bakersfield, CA and had to check out at 11:00. We took our time but still arrived at 12:40. This campground also has a checkout at 11:00 with a &40.00 charge for late checkout. They said we could sit in the... Read More

The campground is small with gravel sites and vehicle parking on the side of your rig. The sewer ran up hill so very hard to empty. The grounds are well kept. We camped in a 41' fifth wheel. Upon arrival we were very disappointed in a $25.00 charge because we arrived before 3:00! We stayed in Bakersfield, CA and had to check out at 11:00. We took our time but still arrived at 12:40. This campground also has a checkout at 11:00 with a &40.00 charge for late checkout. They said we could sit in the parking lot for 2 1/2 hours even though our site was checked and empty. We are full timers and have never been penalized for being early, we will not be back. They also did not ask if we were Good Sams members - obviously they are more concerned with making money then customer service.
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Linric Thanks for your stay. Check in time is 3pm. We do offer an early check in if the site is vacated, cleaned and ready for the next guest. Check out is 11am this gives staff ample time to prepare the site for the next guest. It is industry standard to have an early or late check in or check out fee if a guest arrives or vacates before or after those times. We are proud to be a Good Sam park and the staff always asks if our guests are Good Sam members or would like to become one.

5 5 out of 5 stars 10/28/2020

Loved the park. Great people working there. Very helpful. I wish they had better wifi but other than that it was great. Easy trip to 2 National Parks. Lots of room to walk the dog including a nice off leash park. Big trees and wide sites. I thought it was a little spendy but that is probably the area etc. It was the only place I stayed in the area so have no comparison. The laundry room was small but very clean. The store had lots of items at reasonable prices. I would stay there again for sure!

Thank you for your 5 star review. Glad you enjoyed your stay. Please visit us again in your travels.

1 1 out of 5 stars 07/06/2020

The appearance of this park is nice. It is easy to find. It is located near National Parks. We had reservations for a week in June. At check in, the staff told us that the park's bathrooms and showers were closed because the entire sewer system was backed up but told us they were working on getting it fixed. The sewer pipe at our site was leaking that evening and maintenance came to spray something to minimize the smell. The next morning the problem appeared to be getting worse when sewage... Read More

The appearance of this park is nice. It is easy to find. It is located near National Parks. We had reservations for a week in June. At check in, the staff told us that the park's bathrooms and showers were closed because the entire sewer system was backed up but told us they were working on getting it fixed. The sewer pipe at our site was leaking that evening and maintenance came to spray something to minimize the smell. The next morning the problem appeared to be getting worse when sewage backed up inside a cabin. The smell was awful and we watched maintenance empty the contents of the cabin. When we asked again about the status of the sewer system, the staff stated they didn't know when the repair would be fixed. The staff gave campers the opportunity to leave because of this uncertainty. We left because the stench was awful and didn't want to spend our vacation with this problem. We received an email three days later stating that we would only be credited 50% for the night we stayed because the sewer system was down. We were still held responsible for our entire reservation despite it being a park maintenance problem. The owner hasn't responded to any of our emails to discuss this further. The lack of professionalism has us shaking our heads. We don't recommend staying here.
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Sorry to read your negative review. As soon as the park was notified of the clogged sewer line we immediately called a professional plumbing company to fix the problem. This happened on a weekend, we hired two separate companies to come out and help fix it. The problem was remedied by Sunday morning, all campers affected were given a partial credit for the days they were without sewer. We also arranged with a neighboring business down the road for our campers to dump at that facility at no charge,... Read More

Sorry to read your negative review. As soon as the park was notified of the clogged sewer line we immediately called a professional plumbing company to fix the problem. This happened on a weekend, we hired two separate companies to come out and help fix it. The problem was remedied by Sunday morning, all campers affected were given a partial credit for the days they were without sewer. We also arranged with a neighboring business down the road for our campers to dump at that facility at no charge, if needed.. We also brought in extra porta potty's. Please remember all other amenities of the park were open and operating, and available for our campers to use at that time. This problem could have been avoided entirely if a camper had not flushed inappropriate items down the sewer system causing the blockage. As you stated at the beginning of your review, upon check in you were notified of the current sewer situation and you elected to keep your reservation, check in and stay. It does not seem fair to Lemon Cove Village RV Park that you chose to stay and are now complaining about the sewer situation which we were in the process of repairing. In our opinion we did everything as quickly and professionally as possible. We kept all affected campers updated throughout the repair process.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 06/26/2020

We have visited over 30 RV Resorts and this was the WORST we have ever stayed at. We booked a week, but stayed only 2 nights. Upon arrival we were told the sewer was backed up so could not use, but would be fixed next day. However, the next day still not fixed and worse now because the sewer holes including the one in our camp were overflowing with the foul stench of raw sewage. A few yards from our camp a cabin started gushing sewage from beneath the floor. Everything was brought outside dripping... Read More

We have visited over 30 RV Resorts and this was the WORST we have ever stayed at. We booked a week, but stayed only 2 nights. Upon arrival we were told the sewer was backed up so could not use, but would be fixed next day. However, the next day still not fixed and worse now because the sewer holes including the one in our camp were overflowing with the foul stench of raw sewage. A few yards from our camp a cabin started gushing sewage from beneath the floor. Everything was brought outside dripping in raw sewage!! We understandably couldn't take it anymore and checked out. A vacation with kids and grand kids ruined! And despite never E-mailing us if and when the sewer was fixed, they fully charged us for the 5 days left on the reservation, because in their words, we VOLUNTARILY left!! And in the middle of Covid-19?! Anyplace would be better than this.
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Sorry to read your negative review. As soon as the park was notified of the clogged sewer line we immediately called a professional plumbing company to fix the problem. This happened on a weekend, we hired two separate companies to come out and help fix it. The problem was remedied by Sunday morning, all campers affected were given a partial credit for the days they were without sewer. We also arranged with a neighboring business down the road for our campers to dump at that facility at no charge,... Read More

Sorry to read your negative review. As soon as the park was notified of the clogged sewer line we immediately called a professional plumbing company to fix the problem. This happened on a weekend, we hired two separate companies to come out and help fix it. The problem was remedied by Sunday morning, all campers affected were given a partial credit for the days they were without sewer. We also arranged with a neighboring business down the road for our campers to dump at that facility at no charge, if needed.. We also brought in extra porta potty's. Please remember all other amenities of the park were open and operating, and available for our campers to use at that time. This problem could have been avoided entirely if a camper had not flushed inappropriate items down the sewer system causing the blockage. As you stated at the beginning of your review, upon check in you were notified of the current sewer situation and you elected to keep your reservation, check in and stay. It does not seem fair to Lemon Cove Village RV Park that you chose to stay and are now complaining about the sewer situation which we were in the process of repairing. In our opinion we did everything as quickly and professionally as possible. We kept all affected campers updated throughout the repair process.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 05/21/2020

Mediocre at best. Way overrated by GoodSam. Probably should not be rated at all by GoodSam. The place looks somewhat appealing in pictures but the management could care less about taking care of their customers. Watch out as the price you are quoted will likely not be the price you are asked to pay. They nickel and dime everything. Have a pet? ... that is a $30.00 up charge... want a campfire? .... another up charge. I am surprised they don't up charge you for pulling into their driveway.... Read More

Mediocre at best. Way overrated by GoodSam. Probably should not be rated at all by GoodSam. The place looks somewhat appealing in pictures but the management could care less about taking care of their customers. Watch out as the price you are quoted will likely not be the price you are asked to pay. They nickel and dime everything. Have a pet? ... that is a $30.00 up charge... want a campfire? .... another up charge. I am surprised they don't up charge you for pulling into their driveway. The staff was nice enough, but the management was clearly trying to find ways to overcharge the customers for anything. If you want to get fleeced, then this is the place for you. I would not trust them in the slightest to take care of you and suggest you avoid this place. There much better camping facilities nearby.
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We are confused about your review for several reasons. First, the price given at the time you make your reservation is the same price you are charged when you arrive. Reservations are made on line by the customer and a confirmation email is sent with the amount due at check in. The only time the price would increase, would be if you did not include or state the correct number of campers in your party at the time you made your reservation. Our rates are based on a 2 person occupancy. Each additional... Read More

We are confused about your review for several reasons. First, the price given at the time you make your reservation is the same price you are charged when you arrive. Reservations are made on line by the customer and a confirmation email is sent with the amount due at check in. The only time the price would increase, would be if you did not include or state the correct number of campers in your party at the time you made your reservation. Our rates are based on a 2 person occupancy. Each additional camper is $3.00 per night. Second, we do not charge a nightly rate for pets. Pets are more than welcome in our park. We just received the Rover Pass award for our dog park. Third, campfires are welcome. If you bring your own firepit there is no charge. If you chose to rent a firepit they are available for $10 at the office. Wondering if you have us confused with a different RV Park.
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5 5 out of 5 stars 03/13/2020

Beautiful place, loved the area and the weather. The winter here was great, we stayed for 4 months and loved every minutes of it. I would recommend this place to everyone.

Thanks for your 5 star review. Glad you enjoyed your extended stay. Hope to see you again in the future. Travel safely.

4 4 out of 5 stars 06/13/2018

This was a lovely park about 45 mins from entrance to Sequoia National Park. The setting was quiet and country which we really enjoyed. The wifi was decent as well as Verizon service (not 100% but good enough). Bathrooms were clean. Nice dog park. I also enjoyed spending time by the pool. Most sites looked like pull thru's. There were picnic tables for each site which were not too cramped. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would recommend it those visiting Sequoia in larger rigs (length restrictions... Read More

This was a lovely park about 45 mins from entrance to Sequoia National Park. The setting was quiet and country which we really enjoyed. The wifi was decent as well as Verizon service (not 100% but good enough). Bathrooms were clean. Nice dog park. I also enjoyed spending time by the pool. Most sites looked like pull thru's. There were picnic tables for each site which were not too cramped. Overall, we enjoyed our stay and would recommend it those visiting Sequoia in larger rigs (length restrictions as you get closer to the park).
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Thank you for your positive review..Glad you enjoyed your stay..Hope you choose to stay with us again in the future

5 5 out of 5 stars 05/12/2018

Very friendly staff stayed after closing to help us get a nice site. Very level sites but some are a little narrow. We didn't have to unhook out tow vehicle. The enclosed dog park was nice and the pool was even better. We would stay here again.

Glad you enjoyed your stay at our Rv park..Thank you for your review ..Hope to see you again

4 4 out of 5 stars 10/03/2017

We parked here in order to visit Sequoia National Park. It is located about 17 miles from the park entrance. There are campgrounds closer to the park entrance but I have no experience with them. This campground has gravel driveways and site pads. There is a grass strip and small fence between sites. We had a pull through site with full hookup, 50 amp electric. The park is kept clean and seems well maintained. Also, the bathrooms are very clean. They have WiFi but it is only available around... Read More

We parked here in order to visit Sequoia National Park. It is located about 17 miles from the park entrance. There are campgrounds closer to the park entrance but I have no experience with them. This campground has gravel driveways and site pads. There is a grass strip and small fence between sites. We had a pull through site with full hookup, 50 amp electric. The park is kept clean and seems well maintained. Also, the bathrooms are very clean. They have WiFi but it is only available around the office. I did try to use it but it seemed hopelessly slow. They have a clubhouse with TV, pool table, games, etc. We paid $49.50 per night with Good Sam discount.
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Thanks for your positive review

2 2 out of 5 stars 09/09/2017

I stayed at Lemon Cove Village RV Park in Sept 2017. This is a quiet, clean RV park with some shade on most of the sites and it is a Sequoia Shuttle Stop to access the park without driving. The restrooms and showers were clean and in good repair. It's a little on the pricey side ($48/nite) for basic hook ups (no cable or Wi-Fi at the sites) I planned to use this park as a stop off before towing my RV into Sequoia National Park. I made reservations at 5pm the day before by phone and spoke to a... Read More

I stayed at Lemon Cove Village RV Park in Sept 2017. This is a quiet, clean RV park with some shade on most of the sites and it is a Sequoia Shuttle Stop to access the park without driving. The restrooms and showers were clean and in good repair. It's a little on the pricey side ($48/nite) for basic hook ups (no cable or Wi-Fi at the sites) I planned to use this park as a stop off before towing my RV into Sequoia National Park. I made reservations at 5pm the day before by phone and spoke to a courteous representative. She took my credit card information to "hold" the site. I then saw that there are length restrictions on Hwy 198 and I wouldn't be able to access the park as planned, I had to use the main entrance on Hwy 180 to the north (Check the National Park Service website for road restrictions). I called back 40 minutes later to cancel my reservation and was refused citing their cancellation policy requiring 24 hour notice or forfeiture of the entire nightly rate-no exceptions. Lemon Cove Village is conveniently located near the park but if you plan to tow an RV into the park, you should use Hwy 180 east of Fresno. My rating is a 2 because of the entire registration process. The advertised rate posted on the internet was not immediately honored (a rate increase apparently went into effect earlier that day) and the refusal to be flexible with their cancelation policy considering the circumstances.
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Thanks for your review. We are continuing to upgrade the Lemon Cove Village RV Park reservation system. We now have an online reservation system in place for our customers to use 24 hrs/day, 365 days/year. Hope to see you in the future. Travel safely.

5 5 out of 5 stars 08/15/2017

Very clean park. The associates were very friendly. We enjoyed our stay.

Thanks for the positve review. Glad you enjoyed your stay. Hope to see you in the future. Travel safely

4 4 out of 5 stars 08/04/2017

Stayed there two nights while visiting Sequoia and Kings Canyon. Gave me a site # when made reservation in Jan which was nice.. Did not use restrooms or showers. stayed in a 25 foot class c with car on tow dolly. pull thru site had plenty of room.

2 2 out of 5 stars 05/19/2017

Average park with OK amenities. The sites are gravel and many are not level. Take leveling boards with you. They have a decent bathroom and shower area that is old but clean, dog park, laundry room and a small convenience store in the main office. The wifi only works very close to the office, but it works well when in range. The staff was very accommodating to us as we changed our reservation due to repairs on our RV.

5 5 out of 5 stars 11/30/2016

Sweet. Lovingly cared for park with full hookups, partial hookups, dry camping, tenting. Level sites, many pull throughs. Very clean and nice bathhouses. On CA 198 on the way to Sequoia National Forest. Recreation room with pool table, book share, DVDs to borrow. Friendly folks.

4 4 out of 5 stars 06/24/2016

I moved my tiny home on wheels here on May 1st, and stayed until June 24th. Many improvements have been made to the property, and, as a result, the number of daily, weekly and monthly occupants has increased. The owners and hosts are extremely friendly, helpful and informative about the area, the national parks and recreational events. Located just ten miles east of Visalia, that town offers all the necessary shopping you will need. A much smaller town, Exeter, is located much closer, and is full... Read More

I moved my tiny home on wheels here on May 1st, and stayed until June 24th. Many improvements have been made to the property, and, as a result, the number of daily, weekly and monthly occupants has increased. The owners and hosts are extremely friendly, helpful and informative about the area, the national parks and recreational events. Located just ten miles east of Visalia, that town offers all the necessary shopping you will need. A much smaller town, Exeter, is located much closer, and is full of restaurants and shops. I highly recommend this site for solos, couples and families. The swimming pool offers a refreshing moment during the long hot summer days. Showers and restroom facilities are clean and tidy. Laundry facilities are also available. For the latest activities, search FaceBook for Lemon Cove Village Photos and other commentary are posted there regularly.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 05/27/2024

Please stay anywhere else. Please do not spend your money here. They will take your money, provide nothing, and then throw their ridiculous policies in your face.

5 5 out of 5 stars 11/30/2022

Best park I have ever stayed at. Very friendly staff (they deserve a raise). Loved the comradery, the Thanksgiving feast, puzzles and very clean bathrooms.

2 2 out of 5 stars 06/17/2022

We booked at Lemon Cove because the KOA we stayted at previously was fully booked as we were checking in on Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. I could not find any where else with availability and this was close to Sequoia National Park. Charges for 2 nights was $224.24 before our Good Sams discount. I have NEVER paid this much for a RV park. It had good reviews, so I thought I would stay open minded. We arrived at 1:30 as we were en route from another park only an hour & a half away. The... Read More

We booked at Lemon Cove because the KOA we stayted at previously was fully booked as we were checking in on Sunday of Memorial Day Weekend. I could not find any where else with availability and this was close to Sequoia National Park. Charges for 2 nights was $224.24 before our Good Sams discount. I have NEVER paid this much for a RV park. It had good reviews, so I thought I would stay open minded. We arrived at 1:30 as we were en route from another park only an hour & a half away. The office was closed from 1-2, so we waited for them to get back. When she arrived she said she was feeling generous and was not going to charge us the $25 early check in fee. I have never been to a park that has a check in of 3PM. This is not a hotel. Let alone charge a $25 early check in fee. We were assigned to spot 7. This was a very uneven site, and the sewer was not at the downside of the spot. So this created issues with trying to drain the black tank. The water pressure was so low, you had to take more of a trickle than a shower in your rig. Being labor day weekend the park was full and it was very noisy. I have nothing against families enjoying themselves. But it was like being in the middle of a huge party. Fortunately it did get quiet around 9:30. So all of the chaos was within non quiet hours. It is fairly close to Sequoia National Park, so that was a plus. They do have a pool, and a small little store. But I honestly felt like this was price gouging at its best. $100 a night maybe for a exclusive resort type campground. But this definitely is not that.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 08/24/2021

DO NOT BOOK THIS PALCE FOR A I NIGHT STOP FIRST IF YOU ARRIVE AFTER 4 PM THE FRONT GATE IS CLOSED AND YOU NEED TO BE VERY ATHLETIC TO GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE AND TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO INPUT THE GATE CODE. THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTION SAY ENTER THE GATE CODE AND PRESS ENTER. BU THERE IS NO ENTER BUTON. SECOND THEY WILL LEAVE YOU A PACKAGE AT THE OFFICE. BUT THERE IS NO SIGG POINTING TO THE OFFICE. THEN THEY MISSPELL YOU NAME. THIRD THEY PUT YOU IN A SITE (THERER ARE MANNY EMPTY SITES} WERE YOU... Read More

DO NOT BOOK THIS PALCE FOR A I NIGHT STOP FIRST IF YOU ARRIVE AFTER 4 PM THE FRONT GATE IS CLOSED AND YOU NEED TO BE VERY ATHLETIC TO GET OUT OF YOUR VEHICLE AND TRY TO FIGURE OUT HOW TO INPUT THE GATE CODE. THE WRITTEN INSTRUCTION SAY ENTER THE GATE CODE AND PRESS ENTER. BU THERE IS NO ENTER BUTON. SECOND THEY WILL LEAVE YOU A PACKAGE AT THE OFFICE. BUT THERE IS NO SIGG POINTING TO THE OFFICE. THEN THEY MISSPELL YOU NAME. THIRD THEY PUT YOU IN A SITE (THERER ARE MANNY EMPTY SITES} WERE YOU CAN NOT PUT OUT BOTH SIDED BECAUSE IT IS TOO CLOSE TO THE GRILL. FOURTH THE WIFI DOES NO WORK. 40 MINUTES ON THE PHONE TO THE EXPERT AND THEY WILL GET BACK TO YOU AT 8AM THEY COULD NOT CONNECT ME. HAD TO USE MY HOTSPOT. IF YOU ARE LOOKING TO SAY A MONTH THIS MAY BE A NICE PLCE AVOID ON NIGHT STOPOVER THIS IS NOT THE PLACE
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32075 Sierra Dr, Lemon Cove, CA 93244
Coordinates: 36.369458, -119.032715
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Directions
From US Hwy 99 and CA-198: Go 21 miles E on CA-198 (L)

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