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Since we have been staying at our Resort parks, there are many, I have added a page where you can pick the park you want to see All Parks  
***Wilderness Lakes
Naco/Thousand Trails RV Park
30605 Briggs RD
Menifee, CA 92584  (951-672-4831)

March 20th -28th,2011
Site 489
Dec 2016

Of Course it rained here too in Southern Ca.

All of the cows and chicken farm are gone instead you now have homes being built, 2017

The drive down the road to the park was something of a nose tingle, as you can see in the pictures below. Entering park you are struck with the largeness. Park has over 600 sites, it was once a stage coach stop back in the 1800's and over the years the preserve has had many upgrades, such as the park area where the Boy Scouts made an informational stand, telling you about the habit, making benches and a great place for an informative center.  You can see the mountains in the distance while playing on a wonderful miniature golf course

Dairy Farm in front of RV Park  
  Adult Lodge & Store
Swimming Pool spa and Family lodge, Rec. office
Large Pickle Ball Court  
Large sites enough room to not have your neighbor on top of you
They do there own water treatment, and the canals are flowing with water, we made sure we had a site in the back to avoid the smell of the cows, the flies of the dairy farm and the pesky bitting things flying around the canals.  Oh and the ducks everywhere

You are close to all shopping including Wally Mart, Costco, Target, Lowe's etc.  You are in the town of Menifee, but you get your mail in Sun City, CA (not AZ) Temecula is about 20 miles from here, we will be going there on Friday, said to be still like the olden days, wooden walkway etc.

There is some activities in the park mainly generated by members.  The craft fair is on Saturday in the park area, they have a kitchen that is open for lunch, dinner Wed.-Sun.  Will let you know what they offer.  All in all so far the park is fine.  The 30 amps seems to be holding when using the electric and the park is well maintained.  The rangers here are more visible then at Pio Pico and friendlier. 

Because we only get the smell of the cows early in the morning, we like this park.  Would not like to be up front as you do have flies and smell.  If you decide to park in the back like us, and it there is a big storm coming, be prepared to exit as this is a very high flood area in the back site 200, 400 and 500 will get high water as the canals overflow.

The park looks old and a little run down, there are many trailers that remind me of a trash Trailer park, too bad as I think if it weren't for these it would look better, lots of weeds guess due to the rain that they get.  Still hardly anything to do in the park so plan on site seeing. 

See Summary of all the parks we have stayed in

****ont>Parks we would stay in again, large pull through, full hook ups,
well maintained, activities, 50/30 amps
***Parks we would stay but do not have activities full hook ups 50/30 amps & or /have back ins only
**Parks that do not have pull-through (back in only),30 amps, traffic noise, railroad noise
    (since Mike retired from the railroad this is the number one thing we do not need to hear )
*Would absolutely not go back