cleanliness and physical characteristics of restrooms, including interior construction, adequate supplies/odor free, adequate number of facilities, exterior appearance and location in relation to park spaces, and interior appearance.
the park's setting and site layout, function and identification of signage, overall exterior building maintenance, noise, trash disposal, litter and debris around the grounds and sites, and appearance of grounds, sites and entrance area.
The staff was nice, the park was relatively clean, it's right next to the San Diego Trolley, and that's about the extent of the nice things I can say.
First of all - you are literally a stone's throw away from Interstate 8 - the traffic noise is so loud, it's difficult to enjoy yourself sitting outside your rig. Second, the sites are so incredibly tight and cramped, it was a miracle that we were able to pull our rig in safely.
Originally, we were supposed to be in site 116A, which is literally under a ginormous freeway billboard in the parking lot of the resort's property. We were moved to a different site which was marginally better.
We will not stay here again.
This place is amazing! I stayed here for six months and loved it. The staff are really nice and always willing to help you out in any way they can. The facilities are constantly being cleaned and the pool is nice. The campground itself looks great and is located in an excellent location right on the 8. It is a little pricey, not as much as others, however, you pay for quality and location.
If you are coming to see the sites of San Diego this place is a 10 the green line stops right next to the park and it will take you just about anyplace for a very low fee. if you are coming to layout and relax this may not be the place for you as it is right next to a very busy freeway. the park has not one picnic table so bring your own. I would definitely go back we enjoyed our time here
Somewhat disappointed. Site looks very nice, and it was very quiet. Easy to find, and easy to check in and out even though office was closed when we came in and went out.
Reason for my low rating is the lack of, or poor signs.
When I made the reservation, I told them I was towing a car and wouldn't be able to back up. I missed the spot the first time, and trying to find my way back, I ended up in a dead end road. There were no signs anywhere advising me of this dead end road, and no directions on how to avoid this situation. So, at 9 pm, I had to unload the car from the dolly, unhook the dolly from the RV, back up the RV until I could find a place to turn around, back up the RV to the dolly and hook it back up. I eventually I found the exit gate and went out and came back in and got into my spot.
Next morning, I pull out of the spot and see a gate at the end of the row. I drive up to it, only to discover it's got a lock, and there's no way to turn. Once again, I had to get everything unhooked, get the RV turned around, hook up again, and eventually got going.
OBTW, office was closed at 7:30 am, so we couldn't get anyone to unlock gate.
How to make it better? Put plenty of large signs warning campers that you're headed into a dead end road; put them before you're in a position where you have to back out! Provide exits that allow you to go from row to row without having to back up. If the traveler says he can't back up, don't offer a site where the only way out is to have to go backwards.
Sorry for the bad review, but I had a terrible time and I think it could be avoided with some simple additions/corrections
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E-bnd: From Jct of I-8 & Lake Murray Blvd (Exit 11), SW 200 ft on Lake Murray Blvd to Alvarado Rd, E 0.5 mi (R); or W-bnd: From Jct of I-8 & Fletcher Pkwy exit, W 360 yds on Fletcher Pkwy (across I-8) to Alvarado Rd, W 0.4 mi (L)