We decided to have our first family reunion at this campground due to the fact that we have stayed here a couple of times before in our 36' 5th wheel and they have several sites that will accommodate an RV with grass area's that accommodate tents adjoining, which we had 4 tents for a total of 14 people not including my brother's family of 8 in which he decided to rent 3 adjoining cabins which were very nice little log cabins. We arrived Friday afternoon and were greeted by the owners John & Cindy and were escorted to our site, which I was very impressed with the personal attention. This was my brother's first time at a KOA and he was very impressed with the cabins, once camp was set up we decided to go for the buffet at Red Hawk Casino, which is only 1/2 mile away the office staff called the casino and they sent a shuttle to pick us up. We had a fantastic dinner and we were brought back to the campground via the casino shuttle. We decided to stay at the KOA due to we went white water rafting the next morning and my wife and a few other chickens decided they would rather visit Apple Hill and do some shopping downtown main St. in Placerville, so everything was only 10-20 min away for all of us. We used the swimming pool which was very clean and they also had a hot tub, which came in handy after a day of rafting. There is a common fire pit available to campers that the owners supply the wood free of charge, so we bought the ingredients for smorres from there well stocked general store, it seemed that they carried everything that you would typically forget when it comes to planning meals, etc. Other amenities included adult and child racing tricycles that you can rent, there is a huge play structure and swings for younger kids, not to mention a miniature golf course that appeared to be new and had some challenging holes, even some that were harder than some of the greens at Apple Mountain Golf course that I had the opportunity to play. It was one of the most scenic golf courses I have played in central California, except Pebble Beach/Spy Glass. There is a fishing pond with a beautiful island in the middle, fishing was closed due to end of the season and the water level being low, but I could literally see the fish, I'll be sure to come earlier in the year next year, because the pictures I seen of the fish being caught they were in the 3-5lbs range. I'm not sure why this island and pond was referred to as a mud hole it’s the type of place that you would grab a book and sit under one of the big shade trees and relax. Sunday morning the owners and their family make breakfast for the entire camp inside the pavilion. $4 gets you, eggs made to order with bacon, sausage, toast, juice or coffee, or pancake breakfast, and assortment of cereals, this was great it saved me from cooking for 20 people and enabled me to make my 10:15 tee time at Apple Mountain. Other amenities I noticed before I run out of room, private shower rooms, clean restrooms, laundry facility's, game room, fully stocked store with food, drinks, RV supplies dump station, free Wi-Fi, Goats that can be pet, ducks, geese, full grass dog run, swings, volleyball court, horse shoes and basketball. Not to mention that the pavilion was available to us for a BBQ and it was equipped with sinks for food prep and clean up and there were 12 plus picnic tables and electrical outlets for blender and homemade Ice cream machines that we brought. To end this review I’ll say not real sure why this one person who took photos of only negative staged photos, therefor I took the time to take some pictures of the facilities through my perspective of this campground. My family and I really enjoyed our stay here and will come back again next year. Hope my review, photos and info help you to have a great getaway, after all isn’t camping one of the best ways to bring family’s together.