Just got back from a fantastic Labor Day weekend at Rock Crusher Canyon. Very nice friendly staff. The atmosphere was so relaxed and the environment really enjoyable. Plenty of room on the sites and in the park for us to enjoy. Our 3 campers/families that came from the east coast felt it was worth the drive and look forward to coming back. Thank you Rock Crusher Canyon for a fun mini-vacation!
My family and I stayed at rock crusher and had a fantastic time!! Wonderful pool, beautiful woodsie sites,and fantastic staff always there when I needed them can't wait to go back. Thank you everyone Christy for your hospitality. -Tiffany
They allow pretty much any age RV in. You can put lights all over, so bring your Christmas lights, as it seems to be a competition here. The more the merrier. And you can leave them on all night too, as everyone else does. Dogs are allowed off leash in the retention pond, at least that's what I saw. Dog fences are allowed contrary to their rules, as they are EVERYWHERE. Don't worry about picking up your trash when you leave, there was a site that had trash all over it, while the site across the street was gorgeous. Where a lot of sites have dirt, this one had all pine needles. They also had a really nice black and grey canopy which you don't see often, and red cushions everywhere. Bring your hammocks and rope swings, I saw them all over. There are no activities, not even 6 ft distancing activities. Nothing. But don't worry, bring your golf cart, or rent one nearby, as your 5 year old is allowed to drive the cart from what I saw. After the rain, there was a lot of standing water in some of the sites, so be careful when selecting your site. Because of Covid, make sure you ask when their last health inspection was, and if they passed. As of July 20th, they hadn't had one yet this year according to the health department. If you want to make sure you are being charged a fair price, by law, you can ask for their MAINTENANCE OF GUEST REGISTER AND COPY OF LAWS. You will see what they charged each person. One of the old timey guys there gave me that suggestion. Oh, and if you want to put up a rope swing at your site for your kids, go for it. apparently it's allowed. There was one on the right just before you go up the hill. We eventually went back by the nice site and the woman there gave us some great options to go kayaking that were relatively inexpensive and off the beaten path. She also said they are leaving due to the drama and management style. I'm not sure how to rate this as there seemed to be a lot things that the rules say you can't have, but they did. So who knows, take a chance and do what you want. If you are going for the weekend, have a ROCKIN time!…
The sitbis a part of the Sun resorts. All of the sites were grass with the exceptions of the owners sites. The site owners have brick pavers. There is a great swimming pool (inside of a bird cage), there are horseshoe pits, and shuffle board layouts. The stay was excellent even though it was during the Covid-19 period.
The park itself is very large. Well kept. The major disappointment was the WIFI was horrible. TV kept buffering and WIFI shutting off. My WIFI extender would not work with their WIFI. External antenna only picked up channel 47. So pretty boring when inside 5th wheel. No one to contact due to Covid situation. Never saw a employee from the park. I will absolutely need to invest in my own equipment and not depend on the parks WIFI.