Campground Review: Sac West RV Park, Sacramento, California
Why we chose here: We were picking our Airstream from having some work done late in the day from the North SF Bay Area, so needed somewhere simple to pull into for one night on our way up to the Lake Tahoe area.
General: This is a really well kept park. It is clean, the sites are decently spaced for a city RV park, and there are nice sitting areas at all the sites. It used to be a KOA and although there are remnants of that branding it has spiffy new look.
Location: The park is not far off the freeway but the noise is limited. Just a few miles from the city and West Sacramento has a few good brewery stops too.
Sites: Level, paved pull-throughs. Spacious enough we didn't have to unhitch.
Facilities: There are restrooms, showers, store, clean pool and children's playground. There is a food truck on site for breakfast and lunch. We didn't try these, but we did use the well-maintained and inexpensive laundry. There are also cabins to rent on the property.
Groceries: Sacramento has pretty much all the major city stores, e.g. Trader Joe's and Whole Foods.
Cell coverage / WiFi: Yes good coverage from Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile. We didn't try the WiFi.
Price paid: $51 Full hook ups (Good Sam Discount)
Date of visit: July 2016
Would we come here again? Yes, it's a convenient off the highway stop if we are passing through the area.