- Super clean nice wide pull-through pads.
- 30 and 50 amp hookup, cable tv, water, and sewage
- Coin laundromat $1.50 to wash and $1.25 dry
- Clean bathrooms with ample showers
- Secure with video cameras and really good night lighting
- Wi-fi barely reached our trailer
- Strange stink in the air, I think it’s the fertilizer in the farm fields near by.
- To do laundry, you have to put a $5 down payment on a laundry card. The $5 is not included toward the money you put towards doing laundry. Don’t lose your card, else you can’t get a refund for your deposit or any leftover money you intended to use.
Lodi is the birthplace of A&W Root beer, the first batch was made in 1919 on a hotdog cart during a parade. It is now sold by the cans and bottles all over the US, as well as a chain of all American restaurants. Lodi’s restaurant is also home of the A&W Museum. We didn’t go to the A&W Museum, instead we went to the Moaning Caverns and San Francisco.
Out of the places we stayed, this was our most expensive yet, at roughly $46.28 including laundry, propane, and other extras. Our Passport America discount was only good for two nights, so we used our Good Sam membership for a 10% of the third night. I will admit that I felt really safe, with the security cameras and well lit lot. The bathrooms and showers were nice. They also had an outdoor pool and hot tub, but it was too cold to use it. As with many RV parks, the wi-fi was pretty shoddy in the far reaches you had to go to the main house to connect. The manager was friendly and nice and gave us some tips on sightseeing in the area.