1. Kyle Jablowme

    0.0
    Your rating:

    I couldn’t be happier that this place tells annoying college kids like Spooky Emer looking to party to shut up. There are plenty of places to go camping if you want that. This really isn’t the place for your childish fun anyways. Move along.

  2. Spooky Emer

    0.0
    Your rating:

    At Check In:Staff: How people on site # x and how many on site #y. My reply: 4 at # x and 2 at # yStaff: Tells me about the campsite, yada, yada, yadaMy reply: Oh ok, thank you.Staff: How people on site # x and how many on site #y. My reply: 4 at # x and 2 at # y(This went on about 5 more times I was ready to draw a picture)When my friends checked in the next day, they were there for 20 mins just to pay for parking. Why? Cuz the check in staff on a Saturday morning was only 1 that I saw and this lady was trying to help as many people as she could but she was not helping them in the order that they came up to the window. She would pick up the phone and answer while serving you and not telling the caller to wait their turn. Tent Cost:$50 per site that is not near the river. They squeezed in too many people to earn $$$ I guess. We were only separated by a log. If you have extra folks, it’s another $5 per person. This is what I don’t get charging an extra person for the same amount of land for your tent. WTF? Dogs are another extra $5. It’s starting to feel like the airlines, right? Charging you for every little thing. Parking Cost:Attrocious! $15 per night on the same land as your tent site. SMH.Quiet Times:Enforced stricter than any govt services. We were already whispering and the staff would still tell us to keep it down because whispers travel. Huh? I swear they were hiding in the trees and pouncing on us as soon as we whispered. It was the lamest campsite I’ve ever been to. So not enjoyable. This camp site is also crawling with unruly kids who trample through your campsite a few times. The staff do not seem to be as concerned about that compared to the quiet time. So basically if you’re a retired a couple, this is perfect if you want to camp cuz it’ll be quiet after 10pm. The campsite is so hypocritical though. 6:30am, folks are turning on their super loud generator but that’s ok compare to the whispering. On top of that, every time we came back to the site, we were reminded how quiet times are at 10pm. As if we would forget. It was so frickin annoying. We ended up partying at Fernwood. Going to camp there instead. It was very disappointing that we couldn’t even talk around the campfire and play our games. It’s not like we were loud obnoxious like a bunch of 20 somethings either. We were respectful but that didn’t matter. I mean, my friend arrived at 11:30pm and she was told not to slam her car door. Really? Where did that staff come from? Where were they when the unruly kids next to us were playing the spitting loogie game????? The staff was even around when my hubby was checking on our dogs in the car. The staff were like frickin ninjas appearing to of nowhere to tell you to be quiet. You better learn sign language so you can communicate at night after 10pm with your friends. Showers:It was the only good thing. Free hot showers but the shower head put the water out so misty so it gets cold by the time it reaches you. So you need to crank up the water even hotter. I’ll only come back when I want to go to sleep right at 10pm. This is the most boring campsite, it should be called Snoozeville.

  3. Chris Powell

    0.0
    Your rating:

    Never in our eight years of RV’ing have we been treated as rudely and unprofessionally as we were treated at Big Sur Campground.First off, we should never have been allowed to reserve an RV spot there. This is more of a campground in the strictest sense of the word and is certainly not an RV park. But we didn’t know that when we found it on the web as it does offer RV amenities, including 50-amp hookups. I called to make a one-night reservation six weeks prior to our trip. The very nice lady said they could accommodate my 42-foot coach. And with a bit of twisting and turning, we wedged into our spot among many tent sites. We were especially pleased when one of the attendants granted our request for a mid-afternoon checkout so we could join friends the next day for lunch at a nearby restaurant.The problem began shortly after 10 p.m. when a campground employee knocked on our door and demanded – and that’s an understatement – that we shut off our air conditioner. I noted to him that the woman who took our reservation several weeks earlier had not mentioned a “no air conditioner” policy. Nor was there anything in the check-in literature we’d been given that mentioned such a regulation. After all, our AC runs very quietly. I told him I would continue running the AC as the RV’s bedroom window is very small and heat builds up inside the unit. The campground sits in a bowl with beautiful redwood trees throughout. Air movement is at a minimum.Over the next two hours – up until midnight – two additional employees made separate trips to my RV, both disturbing our efforts to get to sleep. I explained very clearly that I should not be held to blame for the campground’s neglecting to inform me of the no-AC policy nor to mention it in its check-in handout. I felt as though they were creating rules as they went along.And it gets worse. I was told during one of these near-midnight conversations that a camper had suffered a leg injury while walking to the office to complain about our AC. I suppose that also was our fault. At one point I went to talk to the staff at the office, and during the conversation one staffer said to the other, “Sometimes we have to deal with a–holes like this.” At no time did I curse, raise my voice or act in a rage. I simply told them they could have saved everyone a lot of angst by telling us in advance that RVs can’t run air conditioners. But they didn’t want to hear it. I told them that I likely would post a negative review on the Internet. (I’d never posted a review of ANY kind before.) Their response: “We couldn’t care less what you post. We’re sold out for the next six years.”At 8:10 the next morning, after our near-sleepless night, the manager and one of the employees came to my RV and directed us to leave immediately. The manager also accused me of not answering my door when she knocked on it THREE DIFFERENT TIMES after my final conversation at midnight the night before. I mentioned that we’d been granted the favor of a late checkout. No, she said, that was no longer available and we were to leave immediately. My wife was in tears. It was like dealing in the old Soviet Union – theirs was the only way. Without showering or eating breakfast, we left.It’s perfectly fine if this campground wants to make rules about air conditioners. (Why even bother to offer 50-am hookups, by the way?) But given that such a policy differs greatly from most other places, it should make prospective RVers aware of it, and not wait until the so-called “quiet time” goes into effect before blindsiding the customer. More importantly, the staff should act with professionalism – something it neglected to do during our very brief stay.

  4. Pablo Magana

    0.0
    Your rating:

    There isn’t too many places to choose from, but plenty of room. If you want variety, they have motorhomes , cabins, and campsite spots. Definitely recommend. Some of the spots are close together and some are not. Near the end of the redwood trees. Still in 3 miles driving distance of all the other sites.

  5. Sharon Livengood

    0.0
    Your rating:

    An extremely accommodating staff. Very beautiful location, so comfortable and so peaceful. Super clean facilities. When we are in the area again, we know exactly where we will stay.