Clean, quiet and friendly
Early June and the park was busy, but plenty of good spaces were available and the folks at the desk were both flexible and helpful in putting me in the right spot for my large TC rig. Nights were quiet and sleeping was pleasant, and in my experience this is far from guaranteed in many parks. I walked my dog and picked up after her and found that anyone else with dogs was also careful - this is important and I urge my fellow campers with dogs to be vigilant. My site was wooded and backed up to deep woods. It was also level and accommodated my F350 4Dr DRW long bed with a total length, including the TC, of 27’. Power was good and WiFi was also good, even down the hill at the edge of the woods. The first device on the site was free and additional devices were reasonably priced (though I only needed the one free device).
I was at Pleasant Hill to attend a nearby brew fest only 3.5 miles away. I noted that at least two other groups at the fest were also at the campground. I wonder if we use the same venue for the fest in the future, if we couldn’t promote each other (the fest was put in by HBGB).