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Pleasure Cove Resort at Lake Berryessa

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San Francisco, California
Reviewed 26 June 2010

I came with a group of friends, and we all ranged from 20-30's and were looking to have a nice relaxing trip and maybe drink alittle. I hesitate to even call this place a campsite..the sites are glorified picnic areas. Im used to camping in the tahoe/shasta area where you actually have privacy, here the sites are stacked one on...

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10Thank FLEYVA_FLEYV
fremont
Reviewed 21 June 2010

It does not matter where you go or what you do you can always find something to complain about. With that being said maybe camping is not for you. Remember it is (camping). Pleasure Cove is a older camping ground. So the camp grounds refelect it's age. Our site was as clean as a camp site can be. In reading...

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3Thank quincy2
Pacifica, California
Reviewed 14 June 2010

worst employees i have ever encountered over charged for boat rental they do not answer phones or return messages.dor poo everywhere no rule enforcement i would never ever go back again low life losers run this place bunch of stupid hill billies

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9Thank jjpraider
Pacifica, CA
Reviewed 5 April 2010

Reluctant to go there based on the reviews on this site. But they were the host location for a fishing tournament se we took a chance. So glad we did. We just needed a camp site for a nite and power to charge our boat batteries after fishing all day. They only have power in "RV Sites" so we took...

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3Thank daveluhrs
Berkeley
Reviewed 8 September 2009

My husband and two small children are frequent visitors to Lake B, typically going to the other two remaining resorts (as of this time). We camped at Pleasure Cove two nights in June 2009. We stayed in the "RV" sites, which is towards the launch area. Two spots on our one side were occuped with two nice families, but the...

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8Thank CoolOutdoorMom
Martinez, CA
Reviewed 25 August 2009

This campground was so crowded and loud. The young people next to us were so loud until 3am. The campsite looks like a Target parking lot. You have to book two nights which we did. Saturday and Sunday night. Sunday was completely empty and because of the dirty lake and far away restrooms we decided to leave. The road is...

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3Thank GGinMtzCa
Hayward
Reviewed 25 May 2009

I have been camping at Pleasure Cove since it was called Wragg Canyon Resort. (since 1961) My family had a spot there for 46 years. I went back because I missed it so much and the place was destroyed. So many uninforced rules and it cost what I could have went to Hawaii on. The personel, and I use that...

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5Thank nonnadonnabme
San Fran
Reviewed 20 April 2009

If you want to drink, party, and be loud until 4 or 5 in the morning, this is the place to go! Don't go if you actually want to camp. The sites are insanely small and unkept. The firerings are dangerous. The employees do not enforce quiet hours. There is dog poo all over the campground. They don't require you...

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7Thank orionsplace
Windsor, California
Reviewed 24 May 2008

Nowhere near the lake, cramped campsites, beligerent capmers, no security, no oversight, minimal services and those are awful. Invited friends for a campout and have spent the past 6 months apologizing!!!

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4Thank Ding
Lake Tahoe (California), California
Reviewed 15 December 2007

this place is the worst place ever it is not a hotel it is a campground, with needles everywhere, broken beerbottles, they have people doing drugs and yelling all through the night. the lock you in for the night and you have to pay for two days to get in. dirty bathrooms.

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Additional Information about Pleasure Cove Resort at Lake Berryessa

Address: 6100 State Highway 128, Napa, CA 94558-9632
Region: United States > California > Napa Valley > Napa
Price Range: €29 - €517 (Based on Average Rates for a Standard Room)
Number of rooms: 141
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Pleasure Cove Resort At Lake Berryessa Napa, Napa Valley, CA

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