Cul-de-sac, only one in the area and our property line leaves space for one. Pull up along side of oleanders, keep drive way clear. Across from the blue recycling can.
No BBQ during the summer, to dry. Lots of room, put your slides, chairs out and enjoy
Count road,, our property line leaves room. Maximum length 35' overall. Sorry about the smaller space. We have been gone and did some closer checking.
Room to park in front of, behind or on the side of your rig.
Dry grass, no BB-Q's during dry months
Coarsegold has Subway, NAPA, Coast to Coast Pizza, couple gas stations, Mexican Restaurant and more
It was a wonderful parking spot for a couple of days. We had a lovely view, low traffic noise, and wonderful interactions with the hosts. Couldn’t ask for more than that, and we got more from the stay than we could have ever hoped for. Wonderfully kind people, open nearly level area, and water available. Would definitely return.
What a wild ride! Great location for a last minute visit to Yosemite. Sounded like there were lots of wild animals in the area, so make sure to keep any dogs and kids close. Thanks billy!
We had a very pleasant stay with our host Billy. He came to meet us and we found him very kind and generous because he offered to stay as long as we wanted. After the first night, we loved this quiet place so much that we stayed another night. Thank you very much Billy, Rachelle and Yves.
Great place to stop for the night enroute to or from Yosemite. Thanks Billy!
Billy's spot was beautiful. Flat, quiet and looking out from a great view. Just wish we had more time. It was REALLY hot and since we don't have a generator we needed to find a place with power. He generously offered water and we had a great conversation. Very welcoming, quick to respond to messages and a great overall experience.
Billy and his wife gave me such a warm welcome and a choice of two places for my trailer - tough choice but finally decided on the easy turn around with the mountain view next to beautiful California flowers. I so enjoyed their stories and of course shared some of my adventures and misadventures. Thanks again, Polly