We just returned from a weekend at the Coloma Resort. We were there with 3 families (without children) who have travel trailers. They all had spots right in a row overlooking the river. First off, the staff is very nice. We had booked a bunkhouse as it has AC and a bathroom with a shower. Its not really our idea of camping as we usually camp in state or national parks and this is more of a KOA type place. It's a great place if you're going to toss an inner tube or raft in the water and float down to the bridge that leads you to this resort, very gentle and nice. I guess I have an issue with charging $110 a night for the bunkhouse (ours actually had 6 bunks in it) for the first 2 people and then $10 a night for each additional person per night and $10 per car per night. If anyone in your party is over 6 ft tall, they'll be hanging off the edge of these beds. They're a bit narrow and the mattresses are covered in vinyl, for good reason, but good grief, make it a decent mattress, We had 2 family members staying with us and we absorbed the cost for them as we had invited them. For that kind of money, we could have stayed at a Hilton for goodness sakes. They have a pool, a playground, activities for the kids in the evening and ice cream for a buck a scoop. The way they lined up it was like these people had never had it before. I doubt we'll be back, but if you have an RV or trailer, get a spot overlooking the river.
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- Coloma Resort California