This regional Park, once part of Mission San Luis Rey, covers 579 acres, including a 25-acre lake. The lake does not have a ... More
Guajome Regional Park
This regional Park, once part of Mission San Luis Rey, covers 579 acres, including a 25-acre lake. The lake does not have a launch ramp, but is ideal for children to attempt their first shore fishing endeavor. In addition to the lake, this park also features a large children's play area as well as various hiking trails. Early morning runners, who jog through the trails accompanied by pets, frequent the park. It's the perfect place for a family day outing. Best of all, the park (including lake use) is free of charge.
Nice atmosphere but confusing rules. Like no smoking but found camp volunteers walking their trash smoking a pipe on his walk in the campground. Or the guys smoking dope in the lower playground. The bathrooms are well stocked but the floors need sanitizing and the walls could be wiped down once in awhile. Payed staff trys hard to keep campers comfortable but volunteer staff is worthless.
This is the best place to camp. The restrooms/showers are always clean and if you need a ranger they are there to help. We've been camping here for the last 4 years and camp here at least 5 times a year. The kids love it too!
We stayed one night of our three night reservation. Homeless men going through trash looking for??? and popping out of the brush, asking for money for a bus, when you're hiking. Kids in much danger here!
I loved this family style campground it was very clean especially the bathrooms which is really important to me to have clean bathrooms. Lots of trees and even pomegranets growing wild there.
I will go back and try fishing next time as I met a fisherman there who said you can get bass.
We enjoyed the peace and quiet. Nice easy hikes, bird watching and a group was having a wedding looked well set up for parking and the gazebo on the hill... going to try fishing one of these times. Just a super place to spend a layed back weekend. We love it.
Nearly impossible to find a ranger in the office.
The bathrooms never get cleaned. There was sewage backing up into the showers and toilets, no water in bathroom. Park Supervisor would not give a refund despite these conditions. Many transiets living in this park also. Keep a very close eye on your children if you camp here.
Walmart's parking lot would be better!
It was an easy mid-day drive from Ventura County and well worth the effort. The campground is well kept,quiet and has a frendly/helpful staff. We, 6 RV rigs, enjoyed 5 days of fun either hiking, relaxing or enjoying many of the areas attractions.
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