This Thousand Trails park is located just south of Manteca, CA between Interstate 5 and Highway 99, along the San Joaquin River. This park is also called Turtle Beach Fish Camp.
You will drive through an area with new homes and then along a narrow road lined with trees and older homes.
Good signage, no problems at all.
Welcome Center and Lodge on the right, the park entrance on the left. You must go left, stop at the gate and use the call box. A Ranger will come and check you in.
A few photos of the Lodge.
Photos of the park.
This place is known for fishing, there is a boat launch, fish cleaning station, and fishing available in the river from along the banks. There is a large area along the river for tenters and dry camping.
This is the Loop (Area D) that we are camped in.
The park has 39 FHU sites with 50 Amp, and 17 water & 30 Amp power. There is a dump station here as well. If you need a sewer site, you can get on a waiting list and move when one becomes available. There are quite a few annual sites here and some long term tenants, but not too bad. Still plenty of spaces for travelers. Good power and water pressure. Our Verizon cell service was fine. Satellite TV is available through the trees. It is a clean park and anything you need is available in Manteca just a few miles away.
Another good park.
We will gladly come back to this one.