Sharpe RV Park

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Location

Installation
San Joquin Defense Distribution Dept, Stockton, CA
GPS Coordinates
37.85426, -121.269259
Location Information
Stockton, CA
RV Gate Coordinates
37.85554, -121.26619

Directions

Directions
FROM I-5: Exit 465 and go East on Roth Rd. approx. 0.5 miles. Turn right A St. (Main gate) and go approx 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Redwood St. for approx. 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Almond St. to campground. --- FROM SR-99: Exit E. Lathrop Dr. and go West for 2 miles. Turn North on Airport Way and go another 2 miles. Turn West on Roth Rd. and go about .8 miles to main gate. Turn left onto A St. (Main gate) and go approx 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Redwood St. for approx. 0.5 miles. Turn right onto Almond St. to campground.

Contact Information

Phone Number
(209) 982-2237
Mailing Address
DDJC, Community Recreation Office, PO Box 960001, Stockton, CA 95296-0211
Email Address
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Campground Information

Authorized Users
Active, National Guard, Reservists, Retired, 100% DAV, DoD Retirees. Guests ARE NOT allowed.
Season
Year round.
Reservations
Not accepted.
Internet Access
None available.
Mail Forwarding
(Your name), c/o General Delivery, 315 E. French Camp Rd., French Camp, CA 95231 ---- No UPS or FEDEX to travel camp.
Pet Information
Pets permitted with usual leash and clean-up rules.
Campground Information
Stay limit is 28 days then you must leave for 14 days.
Big Rig Friendly?
Yes
Amenities
  • Dump, Sewer
  • Water
  • Electric
  • Laundry
  • Showers
  • Playground
  • Shoppete
  • Swimming

Site Information

Type of site
Spaces
Hook-ups
Daily
Weekly
Monthly
Gravel
20
W/30,50A/S
$15
N/A
N/A

Other Information

Firearms Policy
Must go to Police Station and surrender firearms.
Weather Information

Nice, small RV Park. Good place to stop for a night or two with reasonable rates. Campground will close September 1st, 2014.

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What a shame. Sharpe Famcamp will only be open for another 2 weeks. It was a convenient stopping point off the I-5 corridor. When I arrived, the gate guards told me right away that the entire installation will close on 9/2/14 but that the camp will be open until then. The rate was still $15/night but as others have mentioned it's understandably a ghost town. It's also situated in the middle of a highly industrial area. Glad I found a place to land for the night....
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MPPhillips Reviewed by MPPhillips August 18, 2014
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August 14, 2014

What a shame. Sharpe Famcamp will only be open for another 2 weeks. It was a convenient stopping point off the I-5 corridor. When I arrived, the gate guards told me right away that the entire installation will close on 9/2/14 but that the camp will be open until then. The rate was still $15/night but as others have mentioned it's understandably a ghost town. It's also situated in the middle of a highly industrial area. Glad I found a place to land for the night....

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We stopped in at the Sharpe Depot near Stockton today (28 March 2014) to see if the ole famcamp was still open and functioning. Here is what we learned. A. The guard at the gate (a DLA employee who knew Bob and Wanda) said the famcamp is indeed open and should continue to be open through September 2014 - and that that date was not set in concrete. But that was when they were told they (the DLA) would leave. The guard did not know, of course, what the Army is planning to do when they take over a portion of the old depot/base. But it looks like you can still pop off I-5 to spend a night there through September. B. The base looks 90% deserted already - mostly empty building and vacant parking lots with just one or two building having any cars around it. The famcamp was the same as in years past - but Bob and Wanda's trailer was gone (sad news - a vacant spot), the weeds and grass had begun to grow up and it was starting to look shabby. There was only one RV at the camp when we stopped. C. Inside the registration box was (1) a handwritten note that said the rate was $15 per night and that Golden Age discounts were no longer accepted so it was $15 per night. (2) A notice that the "POC" for the camp was Ernie Sloan at the recreation office - phone (209) 982-2237 and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. So, if you want to stay here - and are concerned about the camp - you can now email or give Mr. Sloan a call.
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RedDiver Reviewed by RedDiver March 28, 2014
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28 March 2014

We stopped in at the Sharpe Depot near Stockton today (28 March 2014) to see if the ole famcamp was still open and functioning. Here is what we learned. A. The guard at the gate (a DLA employee who knew Bob and Wanda) said the famcamp is indeed open and should continue to be open through September 2014 - and that that date was not set in concrete. But that was when they were told they (the DLA) would leave. The guard did not know, of course, what the Army is planning to do when they take over a portion of the old depot/base. But it looks like you can still pop off I-5 to spend a night there through September. B. The base looks 90% deserted already - mostly empty building and vacant parking lots with just one or two building having any cars around it. The famcamp was the same as in years past - but Bob and Wanda's trailer was gone (sad news - a vacant spot), the weeds and grass had begun to grow up and it was starting to look shabby. There was only one RV at the camp when we stopped. C. Inside the registration box was (1) a handwritten note that said the rate was $15 per night and that Golden Age discounts were no longer accepted so it was $15 per night. (2) A notice that the "POC" for the camp was Ernie Sloan at the recreation office - phone (209) 982-2237 and email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. So, if you want to stay here - and are concerned about the camp - you can now email or give Mr. Sloan a call.

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A super deal for $15 a night for full hook ups. A hidden gem. If you are traveling north/south through California this is a perfect stopping place, right off Interstate 5. There are a million trains all around but the noise really isn't bad at night and didn't bother us at all for the four nights we stayed. There is no camp host and no RV park manager, just an iron ranger. No reservations are accepted but we called the base police (209)982-2560 before we got near the place and they were very helpful. They told us there were plenty of spaces open and gave us a lot of good info about the park and the base. I highly recommend you call them before arrival to check if there is any room for you. Very nice, grassy spaces and well kept up. The base police and several other base employees told us the RV park may close sometime in 2014, probably not later than September 30th, so call first to be sure. We will definitely stay here again if it stays open.
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Don_Geidel Reviewed by Don_Geidel November 23, 2013
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November 2013

A super deal for $15 a night for full hook ups. A hidden gem. If you are traveling north/south through California this is a perfect stopping place, right off Interstate 5. There are a million trains all around but the noise really isn't bad at night and didn't bother us at all for the four nights we stayed. There is no camp host and no RV park manager, just an iron ranger. No reservations are accepted but we called the base police (209)982-2560 before we got near the place and they were very helpful. They told us there were plenty of spaces open and gave us a lot of good info about the park and the base. I highly recommend you call them before arrival to check if there is any room for you. Very nice, grassy spaces and well kept up. The base police and several other base employees told us the RV park may close sometime in 2014, probably not later than September 30th, so call first to be sure. We will definitely stay here again if it stays open.

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The park is located in an industrial area, which makes it easy to get to (one-half mile from I5.) Noise from the trains and trucks is dampened by a cement wall. The smell from the dog food plant is intermittent and not at all offensive. We used this as a base for exploring around Tracy/Stockton/Lodi. Spaces are level gravel, both back-in and pull-throughs. Water bib for Space 21 was broken, the one for Space 20 was leaking. We left a message about these in the self-registration box, as there was no camp host. (There was a trailer in Space #1, but no one around.) Laundry ($1) had 2 washers/2 dryers. Two showers in each of the bathrooms. The swimming pool was locked up and the water was green. Since it was warm weather when we were there, I'd expect it to be open. So, I assume they don't have the budget to maintain it. One of the other campers had heard that the RV park might close in September and may not re-open. Again, no camp host around, so there was no one to ask.
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BCB Reviewed by BCB November 10, 2013
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Sept 11-14, 2013

The park is located in an industrial area, which makes it easy to get to (one-half mile from I5.) Noise from the trains and trucks is dampened by a cement wall. The smell from the dog food plant is intermittent and not at all offensive. We used this as a base for exploring around Tracy/Stockton/Lodi. Spaces are level gravel, both back-in and pull-throughs. Water bib for Space 21 was broken, the one for Space 20 was leaking. We left a message about these in the self-registration box, as there was no camp host. (There was a trailer in Space #1, but no one around.) Laundry ($1) had 2 washers/2 dryers. Two showers in each of the bathrooms. The swimming pool was locked up and the water was green. Since it was warm weather when we were there, I'd expect it to be open. So, I assume they don't have the budget to maintain it. One of the other campers had heard that the RV park might close in September and may not re-open. Again, no camp host around, so there was no one to ask.

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This is the first time we have stayed here since Wanda left a few months ago and it is basically just as nice as it was then. We had heard rumors that it was supposed to close the end of this month (Sep 2013) but all indications are that they have funding to keep it open for another year. It is not a fancy place to stay but is more than adequate for the $15 per night. Without a camp host, you are strictly on your honor now. They have the same system of check in as before and use the same forms and collection box. No credit cards -- cash or check only. The pull-thru sites are plenty long and have 50 amp with water & sewer and a picnic table. No cable TV so we use out antenna and get excellent reception with a converter box. They also have a two-washer/dryer laundry available for $1 per load. I have read a few negative comments on the security guards, who are all civilian, but the ones we have encountered have been very friendly and courteous - and no searches. The only downsides to staying here would be the odor from the dog food plant when the wind is right and the trains that are only a few hundred yards away. So I would highly recommend the Sharpe RV park for anyone who wants to save a few bucks and have a good location with security.
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donmulligan Reviewed by donmulligan September 25, 2013
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Sep 22 - Oct 1, 2013

This is the first time we have stayed here since Wanda left a few months ago and it is basically just as nice as it was then. We had heard rumors that it was supposed to close the end of this month (Sep 2013) but all indications are that they have funding to keep it open for another year. It is not a fancy place to stay but is more than adequate for the $15 per night. Without a camp host, you are strictly on your honor now. They have the same system of check in as before and use the same forms and collection box. No credit cards -- cash or check only. The pull-thru sites are plenty long and have 50 amp with water & sewer and a picnic table. No cable TV so we use out antenna and get excellent reception with a converter box. They also have a two-washer/dryer laundry available for $1 per load. I have read a few negative comments on the security guards, who are all civilian, but the ones we have encountered have been very friendly and courteous - and no searches. The only downsides to staying here would be the odor from the dog food plant when the wind is right and the trains that are only a few hundred yards away. So I would highly recommend the Sharpe RV park for anyone who wants to save a few bucks and have a good location with security.

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A really good option to this stopover is Dos Reis county campground about 1 mile west on Roth Rd then turning south on west side of I5 till intercepting Dos Rios Rd. For $25 a night you get full hookups, lots of trees, lawn and Ramada with picnic table. Sites are about 50 feet apart. Not sure why Sharpe was able to compete with this option. We found at least 5 spots pull thru and back in that could accommodate our unhooked 52ft. PS we love most of the mil camps where we have stayed.
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phylew Reviewed by phylew July 15, 2013
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June 2013

A really good option to this stopover is Dos Reis county campground about 1 mile west on Roth Rd then turning south on west side of I5 till intercepting Dos Rios Rd. For $25 a night you get full hookups, lots of trees, lawn and Ramada with picnic table. Sites are about 50 feet apart. Not sure why Sharpe was able to compete with this option. We found at least 5 spots pull thru and back in that could accommodate our unhooked 52ft. PS we love most of the mil camps where we have stayed.

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This park is closing in September. Been coming here for 14 years and the rent-a-cops have always been an irritation. Now new security measures. We and our dogs had to leave the truck while they inspected it. Also had to open the fifth wheel while that was inspected. Made us feel like security risks. Even if this park wasn't closing we would not come back. For everyone who remembers Wanda, she is moving to a retirement community in Ripon next week.
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jdknapper Reviewed by jdknapper March 28, 2013
Last updated: March 28, 2013
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28 March-4 April, 2013

This park is closing in September. Been coming here for 14 years and the rent-a-cops have always been an irritation. Now new security measures. We and our dogs had to leave the truck while they inspected it. Also had to open the fifth wheel while that was inspected. Made us feel like security risks. Even if this park wasn't closing we would not come back. For everyone who remembers Wanda, she is moving to a retirement community in Ripon next week.

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With Sharpe Depot pending closure later this year ,the future of the RV park is unknown, Sharpe is one of those rare experiences to take in ,the park itself is small,noisy,( trains) and smells from the local Dog Food processing facility, What sets Sharpe aside from other military RV parks was the Hosts Bob and Wanda Thompson fo 17 years. Bob passed last October and is already missed by myself. If you visited Sharpe once ,your were an instant fan of thre place , because of Bob and Wanda. Its the people make the difference , not how fancy the park is,the ammenities or the location of the park.The rating of all 5's in my last for Sharpe and well deserved.
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ramjetcal Reviewed by ramjetcal March 01, 2013
Last updated: March 02, 2013
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Feb 28-Mar 1, 2013

With Sharpe Depot pending closure later this year ,the future of the RV park is unknown, Sharpe is one of those rare experiences to take in ,the park itself is small,noisy,( trains) and smells from the local Dog Food processing facility, What sets Sharpe aside from other military RV parks was the Hosts Bob and Wanda Thompson fo 17 years. Bob passed last October and is already missed by myself. If you visited Sharpe once ,your were an instant fan of thre place , because of Bob and Wanda. Its the people make the difference , not how fancy the park is,the ammenities or the location of the park.The rating of all 5's in my last for Sharpe and well deserved.

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Very Nice small RV Park with outdated policys. The park is due to change hands next year when the Army will take over. The Max stay of 28 days does not compair with Travis or any other park in the area. Wonda is a great host and tryes to handle most concerns. We have stayed here on more then one occasion and will stay again.
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scott1007 Reviewed by scott1007 December 05, 2012
Last updated: December 06, 2012
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Nov -Dec 2012

Very Nice small RV Park with outdated policys. The park is due to change hands next year when the Army will take over. The Max stay of 28 days does not compair with Travis or any other park in the area. Wonda is a great host and tryes to handle most concerns. We have stayed here on more then one occasion and will stay again.

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We ended up staying here for 27 days as we had some work done on MH. We parked in the pull-thrus and the site was very adequate. We used the laundry and it was always clean and only cost $1 per machine. The grounds are well kept up and lots of nice green grass. At night you will probably see a zillion bunny rabbits! We have friends in Manteca so it was really convenient to visit them. Also, it is about an hour or so drive to the Bay Area. The train noise and the dog food plant were the only bummers but at only $15 a night, it was well worth it! Wanda was very gracious in helping us get situated. Unfortunately during our stay, Bob passed away after a long illness. We certainly plan on stopping there again.
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donmulligan Reviewed by donmulligan November 28, 2012
Last updated: November 29, 2012
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October 2012

We ended up staying here for 27 days as we had some work done on MH. We parked in the pull-thrus and the site was very adequate. We used the laundry and it was always clean and only cost $1 per machine. The grounds are well kept up and lots of nice green grass. At night you will probably see a zillion bunny rabbits! We have friends in Manteca so it was really convenient to visit them. Also, it is about an hour or so drive to the Bay Area. The train noise and the dog food plant were the only bummers but at only $15 a night, it was well worth it! Wanda was very gracious in helping us get situated. Unfortunately during our stay, Bob passed away after a long illness. We certainly plan on stopping there again.

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Good price, we ended up staying for 13 night. Not much to do on the base but Stockton is close and San Francisco and Oakland are about a hour away. The only grass in each space is because previous campers watered it. Train noise is bad but for the price tolerable. Has direct access to the bases swimming pool, laundry, and bathrooms are old but in good shape. The camp hosts are very nice but because of health problems another host couple should be brought on board to take care of the grounds. I hope this campground remains open as the base apparently is being handed over to another branch of service.
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ownever Reviewed by ownever August 25, 2012
Last updated: August 26, 2012
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Early August 2012

Good price, we ended up staying for 13 night. Not much to do on the base but Stockton is close and San Francisco and Oakland are about a hour away. The only grass in each space is because previous campers watered it. Train noise is bad but for the price tolerable. Has direct access to the bases swimming pool, laundry, and bathrooms are old but in good shape. The camp hosts are very nice but because of health problems another host couple should be brought on board to take care of the grounds. I hope this campground remains open as the base apparently is being handed over to another branch of service.

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We stopped here one Thursday night in transit north on I-5. The directions to the park were spot on and the personnel at the gate were very helpful. We had difficulty contacting the hosts to determine if there was a vacancy and never did actually see the hosts which was no big deal. It is a self serve check-in where you fill out a form and place your CHECK OR CASH only in an envelope and then in the box. We had read about train noise and dog food factory odors. I heard one train (maybe I was tired) and we did not smell any foul odors. Maybe just lucky. We were traveling with our dogs and the lawns and grounds were fantastic. There were only about 5 other rigs in the campground and they all appeared to be long term. This is a great value for a brief in-transit stop.
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Philip J. Hughes Reviewed by Philip J. Hughes August 10, 2012
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26 July 2012

We stopped here one Thursday night in transit north on I-5. The directions to the park were spot on and the personnel at the gate were very helpful. We had difficulty contacting the hosts to determine if there was a vacancy and never did actually see the hosts which was no big deal. It is a self serve check-in where you fill out a form and place your CHECK OR CASH only in an envelope and then in the box. We had read about train noise and dog food factory odors. I heard one train (maybe I was tired) and we did not smell any foul odors. Maybe just lucky. We were traveling with our dogs and the lawns and grounds were fantastic. There were only about 5 other rigs in the campground and they all appeared to be long term. This is a great value for a brief in-transit stop.

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It is still a good value for California and location (visiting family in bay area and Stockton!!). The main office took the cell phone away from camp host so don't be surprised if you don't get a response from office. The restrooms are old but clean and new washing machines. If there in summer the pool is right next door! Just be aware you will smell the dog food processing plant always and hear the trains always!! No wi-fi but Verizon mi-fi works well. And Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory and Ice-Cream Outlet down the street gives a 15% military discount!!
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rouxster Reviewed by rouxster July 03, 2012
Last updated: July 03, 2012
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May 2012

It is still a good value for California and location (visiting family in bay area and Stockton!!). The main office took the cell phone away from camp host so don't be surprised if you don't get a response from office. The restrooms are old but clean and new washing machines. If there in summer the pool is right next door! Just be aware you will smell the dog food processing plant always and hear the trains always!! No wi-fi but Verizon mi-fi works well. And Ghirardelli Chocolate Factory and Ice-Cream Outlet down the street gives a 15% military discount!!

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We Arrived after hours on Friday and followed the written instructions for late checkin. We were right about the dog enjoying the grassy area, which are well maintained in the winter. The only markdown comes because of no map to the bathroom and Wanda seen us outside the RV as she rode her handicap scooter to get her mail but failed to come over to introduce herself. We wonder if we stayed an extra day without paying if Bob & Wanda would have approached us. This park is very convenient to I-5 travelers. There is a Subway on base which sign says open at 6:30 for those want a quick meal prior to departure. The restrooms and laundry were always clean. Wife says women's shower handle is hard for someone with arthritis to operate in the regular stall.
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WillCro Reviewed by WillCro February 29, 2012
Last updated: March 01, 2012
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Feb 24 - 29,2012

We Arrived after hours on Friday and followed the written instructions for late checkin. We were right about the dog enjoying the grassy area, which are well maintained in the winter. The only markdown comes because of no map to the bathroom and Wanda seen us outside the RV as she rode her handicap scooter to get her mail but failed to come over to introduce herself. We wonder if we stayed an extra day without paying if Bob & Wanda would have approached us. This park is very convenient to I-5 travelers. There is a Subway on base which sign says open at 6:30 for those want a quick meal prior to departure. The restrooms and laundry were always clean. Wife says women's shower handle is hard for someone with arthritis to operate in the regular stall.

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J.B. left this review using the Directory software: - New arrivals may use self-registration/pay station located on left side of street near camp host's site upon entering the RV Travel Camp. I believe the $15.00 daily fee, and elimination of the Golden Age Passport discount, is no longer a value for travelers. This amounts to a $6.00 increase over last year.
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Feb 10 -13, 2012

J.B. left this review using the Directory software: - New arrivals may use self-registration/pay station located on left side of street near camp host's site upon entering the RV Travel Camp. I believe the $15.00 daily fee, and elimination of the Golden Age Passport discount, is no longer a value for travelers. This amounts to a $6.00 increase over last year.

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Stayed one night after picking up MH from Freight liner repair facility in French Camp (about 1/2 mile from Sharpe Depot). Great setting for an overnight stay. Beautiful park, lots of green grass.
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keithwlms Reviewed by keithwlms September 26, 2011
Last updated: September 26, 2011
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Sept 16, 2011

Stayed one night after picking up MH from Freight liner repair facility in French Camp (about 1/2 mile from Sharpe Depot). Great setting for an overnight stay. Beautiful park, lots of green grass.

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We really enjoyed this park! Wanda was there to greet us with a hug and helped us pick out our spot. It is in an industrial area, so we were prepared for the dog food factory (just smelled like dog food) and the trains. The Ghirardelli chocolate outlet is about 2 minutes away, so that made up for it! Park was a good home base for day trips to San Francisco and Yosemite. Swimming pool, fitness center, showers, and laundry close by and very clean.
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theriedels Reviewed by theriedels July 14, 2011
Last updated: July 15, 2011
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July 9-13, 2011

We really enjoyed this park! Wanda was there to greet us with a hug and helped us pick out our spot. It is in an industrial area, so we were prepared for the dog food factory (just smelled like dog food) and the trains. The Ghirardelli chocolate outlet is about 2 minutes away, so that made up for it! Park was a good home base for day trips to San Francisco and Yosemite. Swimming pool, fitness center, showers, and laundry close by and very clean.

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Great little RV park. Hosts were really helpful. Dogs loved running on the large grassy areas. Would rate higher but was noisy with trains nearby. Did not experience the odor problem probably due to being there on Friday/Saturday.
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brian_groves Reviewed by brian_groves April 01, 2011
Last updated: April 02, 2011
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April 1, 2011

Great little RV park. Hosts were really helpful. Dogs loved running on the large grassy areas. Would rate higher but was noisy with trains nearby. Did not experience the odor problem probably due to being there on Friday/Saturday.

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This park is very well maintained and hooks up worked as they should. Stockton is not exactly the center of activity in Northern California, but it is a good place to stop to catch your breath. My only complaint, but this is not under the control of the RV park, is the smell that comes from the dog food factory - it is pretty strong and quite unpleasant.
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3.7
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caheath Reviewed by caheath June 21, 2010
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6 June 2010

This park is very well maintained and hooks up worked as they should. Stockton is not exactly the center of activity in Northern California, but it is a good place to stop to catch your breath. My only complaint, but this is not under the control of the RV park, is the smell that comes from the dog food factory - it is pretty strong and quite unpleasant.

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The park is in an industrial area. Can be noisy with the trains and trucks, plus the machinery at the dog food plant. Sites are small. Most are back to back, but they have put in about 10 pull thrus which are nice. We used it as a staging area to visit Yosemite National Park. Only has a small shoppette. It is a good bargain for a short stop over. Bob and Wanda are very nice and helpful. Didn't use any facilities, so can't rate. We would stop again.
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Air Force Chief Reviewed by Air Force Chief June 18, 2010
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May 24 - 28, 2010

The park is in an industrial area. Can be noisy with the trains and trucks, plus the machinery at the dog food plant. Sites are small. Most are back to back, but they have put in about 10 pull thrus which are nice. We used it as a staging area to visit Yosemite National Park. Only has a small shoppette. It is a good bargain for a short stop over. Bob and Wanda are very nice and helpful. Didn't use any facilities, so can't rate. We would stop again.

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