Site 210, behind small hill to beach. Private access to the beach though. Level spot, spaced from other sites but larger groups could encroach. No hookups but a dump station is close. Great site overall.
Great campsite near the beach
Santa Rosa loop site 326.
Spot was at the end of the loop but next to the garbage.
Stayed in site 43 on the B loop. During Covid, it was great because none of the tent only sites could be occupied. The first 2 nights we didn’t have anyone else in the loop. On the last night we had 2 others but not super close. Our site was pretty level and had room for a car.
There was a pretty stream very close.
Stayed in site 28. Flat sites, pull-through, room for car and RV, easy walk to beach and ATV rentals. Star gazing spotty due to trees but some visibility to the south. Water and electric only. Dump station at north campground for $10.
Stayed here Dec. 28-31, 2020. Site 178. Lots of people living here permanently. Didn’t feel unsafe but didn’t feel safe either. Lots of run down vehicles. Seems like the 127-161 loop was more up to date visitors.
Wouldn’t stay again.
5. Furnace Creek Campground
DEATH VALLEY, CA 92328, USA
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Stayed in site 112. Basically a big dirt pad where most people were in tents or cars. Was fine, quiet mostly and easy to access. No hookups. Would stay again.
Stayed in site 8. Good and bad. Full hookups, in a corner so the west side is just trees. The east side is a mobile home with wind chimes and red rope lights on the porch. Also the man there smokes. The first night wasn’t bad though. Fairly quiet location.
Last time we were in site 113 which was great. Big parking pad, rear view of the lake and frisbee golf course.