We stayed here with family and friends, totaling about 8 rigs, and had a great time. Everyone loved pretty much everything about it and we immediately made reservations as a group for the following year. We took a golf cart and drove around the large park quite a bit so have a pretty good idea of what it's like. There are tons of spaces and a huge variety so I suggest if you do go that you take a good look around because if you don't like your area too much you would probably find something you really like somewhere else in the park. The clubhouse area is a pretty neat little area. You can buy ice cream cones (and some other slightly expensive gift items) and other stuff to eat, you can watch a nighttime outdoor movie, play mini-golf, and there is even a little bar tucked away into one of the corners. There is a large swimming pool area which is very nice and very popular. Around it is a nice park area with a pond in the middle (I think you can fish here). In another area is the water slide, but we only drove by this from a distance so I can't really comment on it except to say that the prices listed on our sheet seemed pretty high to us. There is also a place to go on horse rides around the hills. Seems like it might be fun but probably also pretty expensive, we passed for this trip. Just outside of the park (though you can access it from a dirt road) is one of those mini-racecar tracks. We watched people racing their radio-controlled cars around the track, looked like fun. One thing to note about all of this is that it is very spread out and a bit hilly so if you want to look around the park you will want to bring a golf cart or bike or just drive around some if you're not used to really long walks. I'm not sure about how you get to the lake from here but I do know that the main road going there is a dirt road and it was closed off while we were there except to allow walking or hay-ride access to a concert they had down there for the day. There was no cable or wi-fi access where we were camping, I think they might have some wi-fi close to the clubhouse but I'm not sure. The spaces were nice, pretty roomy and easy to back into. It seems most of the spaces don't have anyone behind them either, it's either a hill or an open area (ours had a great grass lawn). We go to about 5-6 different camp grounds a year and this was probably our favorite, I highly recommend.
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- This is an RV only property and has no rooms for rent. Tent Camping is not permitted. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- Vail Lake Village & Rv Hotel Temecula
- Vail Lake Village And Rv Resort