All in all, our 2 day stay at Oak Creek was pretty good. The good parts first. Staff is first rate. Got a call to see what time we were arriving, so they'd be there during lunch. Nice. The sites are concrete and flat, so that's a plus. Didn't use any of the facilities, so don't know about bathrooms, laundry, etc. The park it self is a little old, but very well maintained. The roads are a little narrow, but we made it with a Class A and a tow behind us. Probably about 2/3 permanent residents, and they don't enforce the rules about parking in the narrow streets, so you may have to ask somebody to move. It happened to us and saw it twice more as well. They need to work on that, but all in all, a good place to explore San Diego from.
This was a satisfactory park with good sites. The washrooms were dated and in need of upgrading, but clean. The pool was marginal. This is a good location to park while you are visiting locations in this area, but is not a park that should be chosen a resort option.
Oak Creek Resort is a wonderful community of friendly RVers, staff and management. Mary Sabol, the manager, welcomed us as family, going above and beyond to make our stay enjoyable. The staff, fellow Rvers, and even the dogs were all so friendly and the park was so beautiful it was like stepping into a Norman Rockwell painting! We stayed here for 5 months while my husband worked in the area at the San Diego Airport. (Easy on off to the freeway, but not on the freeway.) The park is laid out in a manner to accommodate extended stays (like us) weekenders and clubs. The resort has a variety of spaces, and Mary was able to fit our 39 ft. 5th wheel, tow vehicle, SUV and 2 Harleys into a very nice spot. The extended stay spots are priced according to space, so no one feels slighted…
We initially were going to stay 2 nights but stayed 4. This place is super clean and the staff are very friendly. Manicured grounds that are well laid out. Hard surfaced rv lots for full hook-ups. Heated pool and big jacuzzi. Super clean laundry room (although a bit pricey at $5.50 for wash and dry/load). We would definitely stay here again!
While travelling down the coast from Seattle, we saw an overall cross-section of what is available for RV owners. The Oak Creek RV Resort was a superb spot to rest up from our jaunt down the coast.. We spent a month at the Resort and, with the help of Mary, the host, were able to enjoy many things that we would not have found otherwise. She showed us how to get 50% discounts from Macy's for all of the museums in Balboa Park, a wonderful buffet for free at a local casino, a great meal at the 94th Aero Squadron, and much more. Stop in and see Mary for a memorable stay in San Diego.