All spaces are on gravel with little shade. Trees do not provide good shade, so even though we ended up at a less desirable space adjacent to Lake Washington (in reality, an overflow pond whose water level was so low that pedal boats could not be rented) provided some cooling breeze on 96 degrees weekend. Hook-ups were in a strange configuration at ours and many others with water and sewer on usual left side but electricity and cable TV on right side. Fortunately, we had extra lengths of sewer hose, cable coax, and extension cord for power! Power panel had to be cleaned by staff as contacts were bad and providing only enough power to turn on RV's lights, not even a microwave or AC in this heat. Surprised by free DVD rental so I don't know if this was usual policy or because of KOA members appreciation weekend? Some offensive, sexual drawings and graffiti on men's bathroom stalls by lake--kids also use these same restrooms/showers so this was unsettling in a family-oriented campground.
- Also Known As:
- Sacramento West Old Town Koa Hotel West Sacramento