This is our second visit to flag city. We made a two night stop at the beginning of a three week RV trip. The park had just re-opened and was clean and not crowded of course. After one night we used it as a base of operation to take a long bicycle trip leaving the campground to explore the wine trail area by bikes. This location was perfect. The staff is helpful and there is a small store inside the office. They do have a club room when they decide to re-open for groups. Perfect location for a stop off the 99 or five freeway. Also there were people staying in the park for longer periods of time or using their RV for a base of operation while working in the area. The long termers are separate from the one and two nighters.
Parked the motorhome in Lodi last night! What a cute little rest stop in infantile stage, They have a swimming pool and you can walk to town to grab dinner in less than five minutes. Very nice for a break on the road when you thought you were going to have a long drive on the very very very very boring Highway 5.
We stayed here while traveling home to WA from AZ during "Covid " time. They were very clean, well organized and very cautious. The park is very nice and close to gas station and food. Highly recommend.
This is a nice clean rv park. It's divided by long-term/short-term sites. It's not right off the highway so not much noise except for once in a while we would hear semi trucks/pickups driving by due to the truck stop/gas stations nearby. The rv park is surrounded by vineyards (which most were closed) and is minutes from their cute downtown where you will find all the restaurants and grocery stores (Walmart too). However, this is difficult to rate as due to the c-virus everything was closed at the park (laundry room open). It was quiet and not crowded. We will stay here again.
Stopped on our trip up from Palm Springs, and this is a really nice, upscale rv resort. All paved, cement sites, nice and level, great facilities. A bit expensive at 60$ approximately, make sure to ask for your good Sam discount. We will definitely stay here again on our way down south. The biggest downside is that there are cattle feedlots near by, so it is a bit “fragrant”. My other comment is that they have a weird set-up for laundry. You have to purchase a card for 5 bucks at the office and put money on the card to pay for laundry. When you leave, you have to go back to the office and have them cash out your card. They need to switch over yo the industry standard using the PayRange app. All in all, great facility!