Very quick and easy check-in. Covered entrance is a little intimidating because it looks too low! Interior roads are wide, paved and easy to navigate. Sites are concrete and mostly level. Sites are near by and there is no privacy. Between the sites are trees and rocks – which used to be weeds and sparse grass so a great improvement. The basic WII FI didn’t work. You have to pay extra for, what I presume, is more reliable and speedy internet. Verizon was 5g 5 bars so our hot spot worked fine. Satellite would not be a problem. The park is in a very busy area. There are lots of trucks and traffic noise from I-5, Banner road and 12.
We picked this place to spend the night between destination spots. It's right off the highway and is very clean. It's a perfect place to spend 1 night as, I think, most sites are pull-through with enough room to allow you to leave your RV and vehicle still hitched and ready to go the next morning. Every site is on concrete pad with no dirt to contend with. Would I stay here longer? Probably not.
This RV friendly resort definitely replaces a former customary stop as we travel in our motorhome between middle CA and the state of Washington. The access from I-5 was easy. The positive reviews are accurate. The RV accommodations are great - all concrete pads and drives. Very close by is the Flying J Pilot gas station. Also nearby is the Blue Beacon semi truck wash. We lined up our motorhome and tow vehicle with the "big boys" and drove through the hand washing process (there was a short waiting line for the two bays). In short order, we emerged sparkly clean! The workers used high pressure wands that blasted away several months of dirt. There isn't a air blower to dry the vehicles but the treated water didn't leave any water spots. We'll stop here again for all of the above reasons!…
This park has been our ‘go to’ spot traversing California from our home base in So Cal since it opened. The improvements made over the years have elevated it from an acceptable overnight stop to one of the best along the I-5 corridor. Seven Feathers? No. But exceptional for the Central Valley.
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.