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Nice, big, clean camping spots. The alpine pedal path goes through the campgrounds. I loved staying here. I had to leave early though due to thunderstorms all week long. But that doesn't deter me from going there again real soon.
We were able to get a last minute reservation for the site and were SO excited! Unfortunately, we quickly realized that the campgrounds were nestled between two main roads. This caused some unwanted noises most of the time we were there (I can handle kids...More
The campground is in a beautiful setting with trees and the lake nearby.Restrooms were clean. It seems to be well run and the 10pm quiet time was enforced. It was mostly families with children. Don't expect to check in early during summer, we had to...More
Cons: Sites are quite close together. My g/f and I had just come from camping up at Ojai, where we could not see another tent from our site. Here at Serrano, we could see about 15 tents, with 4 or 5 or 6 within 40...More
We had a group of 30 people and we booked 4 camp sites which could accommodate 32 people. Each site offered 1 parking car free and the second car would charge $5/day. The camp fee was reasonable $30/night. The camp site was located at a...More
You're likely to hit a thunderstorm or two, depending on the length of your stay, during the monsoon months of August/September at Serrano campground. Wouldn't want to be in a tent, just for the hassle of everything getting... More
You're likely to hit a thunderstorm or two, depending on the length of your stay, during the monsoon months of August/September at Serrano campground. Wouldn't want to be in a tent, just for the hassle of everything getting wet. If your in an RV, it's a rather neat experience. Of course, take shelter regardless of your accommodations during a Thunderstorm. I have never heard of any serious accidents and we have stayed there for years. Keep your eyes out for coyotes though.