Santa Cruz Ranch Campground Good Sam Verified Campground

917 Disc Dr, Scotts Valley, CA 95066

Good Sam Verified Campground
(3 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Good Sam Rating
Good Sam Rating
Facility 8
Restrooms 9
Appeal 7.5
(3 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews

WELL-KNOWN AREA FOR WATERSPORTS

Nestled in the trees just minutes from Scotts Valley and Santa Cruz, our resort serves your RV vacation needs. Since the days of California's first inhabitants, Scotts Valley has been a popular place to stay.

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Address

917 Disc Dr
Scotts Valley, CA, 95066

Open all year

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Facility

Type: RV Park
Partial Handicap Access
Emergency Phone
Laundry

 

Policies

Pets welcome
Some restrictions
Tents Allowed
Folding Tent Campers Allowed
Road condition: Fair
Road type: Paved
Table at site
Total spaces: 100
Spaces available: 25
Seasonal Sites: 75
Site length: 45
Max length: 45
Paved sites: 25
Pull-thru size: 21 x 45
Pull-thrus: 25
Room for slideouts: Yes
Shaded sites: Some
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Number of full hookups: 25
Amps: 30 Amp
Max Amps: 30

Restrooms
Cable
Ice
Laundry
Ice
Laundry
Table at site
Entertainment
LP gas: metered
Entertainment
LP gas: metered

Swimming
Hot tub
Enclosed game room
Horseshoes
Heated pool
Horseshoes
Heated pool

(within 10 miles)

Archery range
Hiking
Fishing
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Kayaking / canoeing
Boating
Mountain biking

Military Discount

2 (3 reviews) 2 out of 5 stars from 3 reviews
Facility
2.3
Restroom
2.5
Appeal
2
What is being rated?
1 1 out of 5 stars 03/03/2021

Place is getting long in the tooth. Very small narrow spaces that "might" fit a 40' motor coach. Lots of "permanent" long term units in the park, maybe should be called a mobile home park instead of an RV park. If you are a Class A or large C towing pass up this place. Not a good value for the price at over $70. Next to busy roadway and lots of noise. Did not use the restroom because of Covid.

1 1 out of 5 stars 05/26/2016

The staff was friendly but the price was almost double -$70 a night from what was listed as last years rates. In addition, we were charged a $4 a night "Resort" fee! We found the streets and sites to be in disrepair, the recreation room, laundry and bathrooms were old and not very clean. There were many long term sites with residents living there for a long time. This is not a family camping spot. An overnight stop maybe but way too expensive!

4 4 out of 5 stars 05/06/2016

Nice park in the redwoods of the central California coast. The staff seems very nice and about the only real complaint I have is that at the spot we are in the sewer drain is very far from our motorhome. There is a very nice clubhouse with a faux fireplace and a pool table. If you are with a large group you can reserve it. The clubhouse deck overlooks a small river. The park map shows a play area but we were disappointed to find that it is not a play area with swings or slides for little ones.... Read More

Nice park in the redwoods of the central California coast. The staff seems very nice and about the only real complaint I have is that at the spot we are in the sewer drain is very far from our motorhome. There is a very nice clubhouse with a faux fireplace and a pool table. If you are with a large group you can reserve it. The clubhouse deck overlooks a small river. The park map shows a play area but we were disappointed to find that it is not a play area with swings or slides for little ones. You definitely need a toad if you want to do anything except be in the rv park. The spaces are a bit close but they are carved out of the redwoods. The spaces seem fairly flat but at ours we had to fully extend the front jacks and use a couple of pads under the front left tire to get close enough to the sewer and get level. The only reason I think we wouldn't come back is because we travel with our 3 year old grand daughter and there really wasn't anything for her to do. We are only a few miles from Roaring Camp railroad and Henry Cowell state park, hence the need for a toad.
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1 1 out of 5 stars 03/03/2021

Place is getting long in the tooth. Very small narrow spaces that "might" fit a 40' motor coach. Lots of "permanent" long term units in the park, maybe should be called a mobile home park instead of an RV park. If you are a Class A or large C towing pass up this place. Not a good value for the price at over $70. Next to busy roadway and lots of noise. Did not use the restroom because of Covid.

1 1 out of 5 stars 05/26/2016

The staff was friendly but the price was almost double -$70 a night from what was listed as last years rates. In addition, we were charged a $4 a night "Resort" fee! We found the streets and sites to be in disrepair, the recreation room, laundry and bathrooms were old and not very clean. There were many long term sites with residents living there for a long time. This is not a family camping spot. An overnight stop maybe but way too expensive!

4 4 out of 5 stars 05/06/2016

Nice park in the redwoods of the central California coast. The staff seems very nice and about the only real complaint I have is that at the spot we are in the sewer drain is very far from our motorhome. There is a very nice clubhouse with a faux fireplace and a pool table. If you are with a large group you can reserve it. The clubhouse deck overlooks a small river. The park map shows a play area but we were disappointed to find that it is not a play area with swings or slides for little ones.... Read More

Nice park in the redwoods of the central California coast. The staff seems very nice and about the only real complaint I have is that at the spot we are in the sewer drain is very far from our motorhome. There is a very nice clubhouse with a faux fireplace and a pool table. If you are with a large group you can reserve it. The clubhouse deck overlooks a small river. The park map shows a play area but we were disappointed to find that it is not a play area with swings or slides for little ones. You definitely need a toad if you want to do anything except be in the rv park. The spaces are a bit close but they are carved out of the redwoods. The spaces seem fairly flat but at ours we had to fully extend the front jacks and use a couple of pads under the front left tire to get close enough to the sewer and get level. The only reason I think we wouldn't come back is because we travel with our 3 year old grand daughter and there really wasn't anything for her to do. We are only a few miles from Roaring Camp railroad and Henry Cowell state park, hence the need for a toad.
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917 Disc Dr, Scotts Valley, CA 95066
Coordinates: 37.046000, -122.014900
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Directions
From Jct of Hwy 17 & Scotts Valley/Mt Hermon Rd (Exit 3): Go 1/2 mi NW on Mt Hermon Rd to Scotts Valley Dr, then 3/4 mi NE on Scotts Valley Dr to Disc Dr, then 1/4 mi SE on Disc Dr (L)

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