Upper Lake California Campgrounds
Our WiFi worked fine so we didn't seek out additional services, which is why I don't know what are available. We were forced to use our "Hotspot" frequently to contact family. There are American Indian gaming operations in the United States. A great overnight stop and we will definitely return. Many states set the minimum age at 21 if the drinking age is also 21 and the casino has a liquor license to serve alcoholic drinks on the casino floor.
Not sure what the schedule for trash pick up was, but the dumpster was overflowing with more trash stacked around the dumpster. The grounds were also filthy. Our poor "four-legged" baby came back from walks with numerous burrs. We will not return. There is a Super Wal-Mart at the other end of the lake, which is quite a drive. The grocery section is very limited. Ray's Market across the street from Wal-Mart is quite pricey.
We had originally planned to stay here for a night on our way home from Oregon. However, once we were all setup in one of the lakefront sites, we both enjoyed the setting so much that we decided to stay an extra two days. The manager, absolutely went out of his way to make our stay comfortable. On Friday night, they even put on a BBQ at their expense - for any of the registered guests. Only a handful of guests showed up, but I think that was because such gatherings are so uncommon these days that not everyone knew about it.
Those of us who did attend had a great time. After dark, they even put on an outdoor kid-friendly movie! How often do you see that kind of staff involvement these days! They're in the middle of doing some serious expensive upgrades to the park, and if the results end up being as good as the staff was friendly, it'll be amazing! We were in a 43 foot motorhome and had no problem backing into one of the waterfront sites.
There was a nearby place to park our towed vehicle. If you like to fish and you can get a waterfront site, you can drop a line into the lake right from your campsite. Wonderful, helpful and considerate camp hosts. Park under new ownership and being upgraded. Beautiful lake front site. A great overnight stop and we will definitely return.
Small campground and sites are close, but the staff was very welcoming and friendly. Restrooms were clean, full hookups 50 amp , and quiet. We'd definitely visit here again. Cable TV and WiFi worked great. Good Park improvement overall, since we camped here several years ago. Fire pit and picnic bench are located on opposite side of road near the lake. New Managers were very helpful and polite. Across the road, back-in sites were on concrete.
Good stop for an over-nighter. The park is a bit of a disappointment. Part of the park, the lake view sites, are on concrete on one side of Lakeshore Drive, a two-lane road with a yellow line, the other half is across the road and the sites are on dead grass and dirt, which is where our site was located.
WiFi was advertised but can only be accessed in the clubroom across the street. Bathrooms are okay, which are also on the other side of the street, however, the outside door lock of the women's room was not operating correctly and was not being locked. I went to the restroom at 11 pm at night it was unlocked! It was a bit scary at first. I would have been okay with it if the restrooms weren't so close to the road. It is my understanding it is under new management and they plan on making additional improvements.
Most RV parks that I have been to have supplied a map of the campground, channel guide, points of interests, emergency information for pet and people hospitals, nearest grocery, pharmacy, etc. There is a clubroom, marina is iffy, but I think that is something they are going to work on. TV channels are very limited.
The pictures on their website reflects the 8 or so lake view sites, not the majority of the sites. There are a couple of casinos approx. Rate is for extra-long pull-through other side of the road. Plenty of room for truck, ft fifth wheel and small car. Could get muddy on rainy days, but nice enough. Nice and quiet, especially at night. The Campground is in two parts: It's more for smaller C-Class and B-Class rigs. You can't turn right from Hwy 20 onto Lakeshore.
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British Columbia First Nation Casinos. Big rig doable but tight. Super friendly woman who runs the office. Sites are kind of tight and dusty. They have a canoe and a couple kayaks to use free.
Park manager is very friendly. Spots seem a little tight but we maneuvered a 37 foot MH and 22 foot trailer with no real problems. Some reviews have been grossly unfair which is why I'm writing-I don't' write many reviews. This isn't a "resort" type park, but a great small park right on the lake.
Heck, they even have free kayaks to use! It is a park divided by Lakeshore Blvd, with a few sites on the waterfront and the remainder across the road which appeared to be fine basic sites as well. This is an RV park without grass between sites but with plenty of trees around, just not between the sites.
The sites by the water are short for a 40' motorhome, but they do allow large rigs in them which stick out into the drive. We were in site 7 and the park host allowed us to park diagonally so that both our windshield and our passenger side windows had a great view of the lake.
The WiFi was the best we've had in s of parks. The office gals were fun and helpful. Watching the battling ducks was a riot. Our site adjoined the common picnic area of the park, so it was fun people-watching and various families came to fish, smoke, eat breakfast never saw other meals prepped there, but they certainly could have and just generally hang out. We loved it here and will definitely return if we're in the area again. We came because it was a Passport America park, and it is one of the best ones.
Diamond in the rough. I think we were lucky to get a spot. Call for reservation for sure. I'd give it higher score just for the beautiful view of the lake, but no wifi or cable. Can't beat the price for that view though. This park provided the best value we have ever received for our money. We arrived without reservations apparently they don't take reservations anyway and were escorted to a beautiful back-in site on the lake. The manager helped guide us into our spot and gave us lots of tips on what to do locally and within his park.
We elected to stay in the park and spent most of our time in the common area near the boat launch watching the osprey fishing and feeding their young. There were many other interesting birds as well, and we could actually watch most of them from the comfort of our trailer, which was overlooking the lake. There was no cable and no air tv, but we didn't miss it. We would definitely return to this park. Parking lot with weeds and one filthy toilet for anyone to use. Power and water good, cable TV 10 channels.
Walmart would be preferable, keep driving! Be sure to check this place closely, the photos are deceiving and the ammentities are false! Very disappointed and it seems they used Konocti harbor old photos and such! If you come here just to gamble for a couple of nights then worth it otherwise I'd definitely pass! This park could be great. It has access to the lake and wine country. We called for a reservation and had to call twice before getting an answer.
They gave us the door code for the showers but did not tell us that there is a different code for the laundry and that the only access to a bathroom was through a card key locked door into the "workout room".
Without the key there is no access to the bathroom. The pad was level. The casino was extremely smoky. This is more of just an overnight stay as there are limited amenities and the staff was not helpful. I didn't even unhook from the truck, just ran my stabs down and had dinner in my kitchen and used my bathroom.
Unfortunately, we did not have great experiences at this otherwise very nice California State Park. The park setting on Clear Lake is very pleasant and pretty. Just a note on the lake: The park is large with many campsites and day-use areas. When we were there only one area was open. There are no hook-ups at the park, but there is a dump station. Our Verizon phone and data card worked well in the park with 4G service. There are nice board walks and some trails in the park.
There were a lot of people fishing. I would never eat any fish out of the lake. Our experience was not good because of fellow campers. We had reserved a site ahead of time. Check in was easy. When we went to our assigned site the problems started. We knew that we could not live with that so we went back to the entrance booth and asked to change sites. They were happy to do so, so we found a site far away from our first site — much better.
Unfortunately, there was a large group that set up a few sites down. They partied and made noise until well into the night. So, a very nice park experience was very significantly marred by other campers.