Diamond Valley RV Park
344 North State St, San Jacinto, California 92583
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Off of State and Ramona Blvd. Right behind Pizza Hut and Mini-Mall
9 am to 5 pm
: 8 am to 7 pm
210 RV Sites, 210 Full Hookup, 210 30 Amps, 210 50 Amps, 10 Pull Thru
: American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, VISA
Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Hot Showers, Laundry, LP Gas by Meter, WiFi
Swimming, Swimming Pool
All Ages, No Tents, Pets Welcome
Max RV Length 70 ft, Max RV Width 30 ft
Max RV Length
Max RV Width
Phone Internet Access
2015 Rates are per site
Min Nights Stay:
Full Hookup (50 Amps)
$395.00 - $425.00
Full Hookup (30 Amps)
$395.00 - $425.00
Payment Methods Accepted
American Express, Cash, Debit Card, Discover, MasterCard, VISA
Facilities and Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms
Controlled Access Gate
LP Gas by Meter
Self Service RV Wash
Planned Group Activities
Based on 3 reviews
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Very old and rundown RV park with very little shade.
January 11, 2015
Photos and other reviews are outdated... (New ownership and management but apparently the same old problems with poor maintenance and cleanliness). Hardly any more shade trees left here, but lots of large tree stumps in the ground. Very bad park and area with terrible vandalism and theft. Loitering and panhandling just outside of entrance gate with busy liquor store and high school located very close by. Two sisters in park manager's office very inconsiderate, rude, and disrespectful of seniors, veterans and handicapped folks, and appear to have a general dislike of Americans in general. The WI-FI and cable TV systems rarely work properly here and restroom/shower facilities were filthy with trash and debris. Dog feces were scattered in every area of the park with some areas having the stench of backed-up sewage or multiple water leaks causing swampy areas on the ground. Farm animals in backyard pens right next door to the RV. park along with the flies and noise that joins them. They require a minimum 30-day stay here, and when looking closely at most of the very long-term (or permanent) residents here in antique trailers that haven't moved for years---there is little wonder why this rule applies here... Because most people would want to leave after just a few days in this dilapidated old park that has no decent outdoor recreational facilities to offer and not much close by to this location either. **HIGHLY NOT RECOMMENDED!**
We stayed here in a Popup Trailer.
Very misleading website
February 16, 2012
We were excited to come here after looking at its website. But when we got there, we decided we couldn't stay for more than an hour at the place. Needless to say, the website is terribly misleading. It's certainly not a destination spot, located as it is in the poorer part of San Jacinto. The park itself looks very old and rundown, and there are a lot of old, abandoned units falling apart on individual sites. Lots of junk dumped in different areas, with some looking like they've been accommodated for years. We were thoroughly disappointed and I wish the owners of this park would update or at least take down their website.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
Really Nice RV Park
May 18, 2010
The managers of the park, Tanya and Jerry, are VERY nice and friendly and will help make your stay a pleasant one. They work VERY HARD to make the park one where you would want to stay. My wife and I have been coming to this RV park for over 7 years and have enjoyed every stay.
We stayed here in a Travel Trailer 5th Wheel.
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