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15 RV Parks near Agoura Hills, California
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Agoura Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Agoura Hills in the left hand column.
Feb 2014 - $45.00
If you want to go into the city, this park might work. However the sites and roads around them are tight. We stayed in the area for 18' and under. The showers had no hot water, which I found out too late. The grounds were ill-kept, with few or no shade trees for the sites. The walk from our site to the restrooms was full of holes, perhaps made by animals. The place for the RVs was paved, but all else was mud or earth. In all, a disappointment. We would not return. - Atnt Life Grand
Feb 2011 - $35.00
This was our 2nd time out in our RV, so we were not fully prepared. We are grateful to the camp hostess who gave us a number of tips on RV camping and for letting us borrow her clean-water hose. The restrooms were typical of the California State parks. They were clean, but cold. Showers were not hot but warm enough to warm you on a cold day. The campground is lush and green this time of year. My wife and I saw lots of ground squirrels and a few deer in the campground. - TARDISRV
Feb 2011 - $35.00
First, the positives. Lots of wildlife to watch and listen to (singing coyotes, lots of deer, cottontails, ducks in the creek). Sites are huge, with tons of space in between. Lots of hiking trails (but not well maintained, unfortunately). Iron ranger takes credit cards! Friendly camp host. And, of course, the reason we came--the site where M*A*S*H was filmed. Now the cons: This is yet another victim of CA state park budget cuts. Roads, trails, bathhouses not well maintained. High price ($35) just to boon dock. No water for tanks and no dump station. Come prepared. We did feel pretty secure, though, as the park ranger did regular patrols and the camp host let us know that the ranger had both a sidearm and a rifle in case she needed help in rousting squatters (common here apparently) or rowdies (not uncommon on the weekends we heard). - JCLC
Nov 2018 - $85.00
Fantastic spot, spectacular views. Nicest washrooms we’ve experienced, like being in your own home. We were evacuated due to the Woosley fire, we really hope this beautiful spot was spared. Excellent place to stay near LA, bit of a drive into town but gorgeous views the whole way. - Kelly Mohan
Jun 2018 - $110.00
As others have said it's the only place to stay in Malibu. We stayed 3 nights,2 were in their "low" season so we were charged $110.00 per night & $120.00 for the third. Good little store for supplies and souvenirs with good prices. Cost of doing your laundry is a different story,$3.00 per wash and 1.50 per dryer load. We opted for a mountain view back in site that just fit our fifth wheel and truck. There was only enough room left over for the picnic table and a couple of chairs. Our site still had a view of the ocean without paying for it. When exiting the park after 1 pm on the main road you must make a right turn on to Pacific Coast Highway,go about a 1/4 mile anmake a u-turn through a gas station to head towards L.A. The other option is through their upper level to a street that will take you to a set of traffic lights to make a left turn. Good selection of cable channels but wifi is slow (which is normal for campgrounds). - Fun finders
Apr 2018 - $98.00
The view is about as good as you can possibly get, as long as you're backed up to the ocean. Make sure you request an ocean view! It's obviously a more expensive park, and they don't have much in the way of amenities, other than the wonderful views. That said, Malibu is of course expensive in general, and this is the only RV park in the area on the ocean. The staff were helpful, and there was a great little BYOB seafood place within walking distance. There isn't a ton to do in Malibu, so you'll probably want to go over to Santa Monica or some other area while you stay. There are a few upscale restaurants nearby. This place was by far the most expensive place we've stayed, but for a few days, I think it was worth the money. Would be nice if they installed a hot tub on the property though, and didn't love the dirt lots as much as some of the other surfaces we've used. The site we had was #30, which was one of the larger back in spots right on the first level that backed up to the ocean. The showers were very nice, with an anteroom where you could put your towel and other things. However, the bathroom toilets were frequently dirty, though they seemed to get a lot of use. There was also a horse shoes area and a laundry which I didn't use. - Anthony D
Nov 2016 - $26.00
This is a fairly large county park, with a small camping area. You don't feel like you're in a city, but the RV park backs to the railroad track. Commuter and short freight trains come by 10-12 times a day, starting at 5am, and running into the early evening. The trains are loud, honk their horns, but are short, so it goes by fast. This is the main downside to this park. big rigs can fit into sites 10-16, which also have 30amp and water, and are the sites that back directly to the tracks. The sites are not level, so some blocking is needed. The sites across are shorter, also not level and have 30a & water. There are also 13 group RV sites up above, which are located on one large paved parking lot. These sites also have 30a and water. There is one pay dump site, which costs $15 per use. There is one host on site, who is very nice and helpful. - Scott Hicks
Jun 2016 - $32.00
This is a no frills county park. The sites are asphalt back-in with water & electric. They do have a dump station. The sites are not very level, so bring leveling blocks. They do have a picnic table and a fire pit and are in a grove of trees so there is nice shade. There are train tracks right next to the park, but the trains are not very frequent. So for a couple of nights it is not a problem. The location of this park close to the Ronald Reagan Library makes it the best choice for visiting the library. - Michael Kibler
Jun 2015 - $31.00
We got to Oak Park late in the afternoon and found a nice spot and started to set up and a passenger train came by and blew the horn right next to us (the rail is elevated about 20 feet above the RV spots and just 15 feet from the site). Before we could recover from this experience, a freight train went the other direction (I am not sure why they did not run head long into each other). You could feel the freight train inside the RV. Therefore, we did not stay. There are few choices in the area but we could not handle the trains. - lyzzards
Aug 2016 - $58.00
Some sites now have electric only. Our site had pedestal on wrong side so we just pulled in. Check for clearance, as tree limbs are over many sites. Construction of bridges has road to North Beach closed. Beach is just a walk under the highway but sites further inland can have quite a long walk. We have camped here off and on the past 10 years. - swn
Jun 2016 - $45.00
This State run campground is directly across highway 101, with beach access reached via the 101 underpass. The beach is great for surfing or just enjoying the sun. It used to be a beautiful place to camp, but thanks to your tax dollars at work, it's restrooms are seldom cleaned, the rules are not enforced and the campsites are a mess. They are left with trash, garbage and discarded personal items. There is an attendant checking you in, but expect nothing after that, not even a smile. Even the parking lot is dirty with trash cans that are either overflowing or non-existent. If you insist on staying here, the sites farther from the beach are much warmer than the ones at the front, and there is a small privately owned store within the campground that is the cleanest place in the park. - Justducky47
Jul 2013 - $23.00
A typical state beach campground. Very busy at this time due to summer vacation. Surrounding landscape scenery is very nice with lots of large trees and shrubs. Beach access is easy especially if you're camped at the front of the park. Could be a long walk if you're in the back. Thought it would also be quieter in the back due to less pedestrian and vehicle traffic. Many choices for beach areas depending on what your pleasure may be. Great area for tide pooling as it is very close. - User1132
May 2018 - $25.00
Easy Access to the entire area. Need Big Rig dexterity as the back in spots are not too easy access. The people are very friendly and the food was good. Don't miss the Sunday breakfast. No fenced dog park but we walked a large area around the Elks lodge. The Garden is very pretty and rocks are amazing. The weather was great. Would definitely stay again - godoit
Mar 2018 - $25.00
Great place to stay, fun lodge, quiet location. Easy to get to, pretty scenery. No TV at sites (lodge working on their cable hookups), our HD antenna couldn't pull anything in and satellite blocked on our side (neighbor said he got a signal on other side). Excellent Verizon phone and data services. Wifi worked in lodge, but not at our site, they are working on that also. Sites will fit 40' long, but don't think much longer. - Duran
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Sites are level, but if you are the last one in, it might be tight maneuvering. It's quiet and doesn't feel like a city but you are close to everything. There is overflow parking for $5 a night- no hook up for that. As mentioned, the entrance is sort of an alley- a very wide driveway behind the parking lot of Old Susana's café. The driveway is called Elks Trail and is easy to miss, but if you do, there is a large dirt parking lot right down the street. Can't beat this place for the price! - Soos
Jul 2018 - $43.00
Beautiful location. Sites large and level. Perhaps because the temperature was 177 degrees an small of army of tiny ants were seeking moisture and made their way up our water hose in into the water & sewer compartment and into both our kitchen and bathroom areas. There was no Verizon service in the park nor was there any cable or over-the-air television. Best access is CA-118 to Tapo Canyon Road. Camp hosts were friendly and helpful. - dandd
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Stayed here to visit our dealer in Moorpark for some minor warranty work. Great little park. Shared the campground with just a few other RVs, though the reservation board looks to be pretty full on weekends. Quiet, peaceful, croaking frogs, song birds, in short beautiful. Big spots with almost level concrete pads. Great power, high water pressure (use your regulator) and tables and a fire pit at every site. Hosts are friendly and actively cleaning up the park every day. Only downside, the AT&T signal is sketchy...here one minute, gone the next. On the upside, just a few minutes from shopping, dining, etc. but feels miles away. - DanJenNevada
Mar 2018 - $34.00
Access to the park was easy off of I-118 strait up Tapo Canyon Road. Perimeter roads are paved and plenty wide. Check in was self registration. Pick a site (make sure it has not been reserved) and fill in the blanks. Services were to the left center and convenient except the sewer connection was very high. We had a metal table and a fire ring that were well placed. Our camp hosts were very nice. "Mrs. Ranger" was great. Site spacing was good. This is a very quiet location. Hard to believe that it is so close to the hustle & bustle of LA. There are no services withing walking distance. All services are available in Simi Valley about ten minutes away. There is no Wifi and very limited cell service. No Cable or OTA TV. Satellite would not be a problem in most sites. This is a great location for visiting the greater LA area. We feel we received good value for our dollar and would return. - Rollin Ollens
Jul 2017 - $63.00
Lovely city space. Large gravel spots, great clean pool, bathroom could use some updating but was fine. Laundry reasonable priced. Really nice staff. Recreation room with pool table and foosball, library, community kitchen. It is a busy RV park, if you are close to the entrance you will hear car noise, but not obtrusive. - Eliz Plam
Jan 2017 - $65.00
This is a park in transition. Many long-time residents are being moved out to accommodate newer rigs at higher rates. Long term guests must sign a lease and agree to 15 pages of rules. The park is clean; the restrooms, while small, are clean and tidy. The laundry room could use some updating. The clubhouse is spacious but dull and poorly used. The pool was not open while we were there. The staff is very friendly and attentive. They do their best to provide a clean and quiet environment. Most long-term folks here are working people, so the park is largely empty during the daytime. - rfmscat
Dec 2016 - $51.00
The one thing you do NOT have when staying in the LA area is choice. You come here for a safe place to park and hookups for your RV while you're going out to see the sights of LA.
We stayed in the front, and there is a LOT of traffic noise from sun up to midnight. It actually quiets down overnight, but when it's happening, it's loud. And there are a LOT of sirens. And trains.
There are quite a few long term renters who seemed nice and the place was clean and well-kept.
It's "pet friendly," but we were told not to let our dog go anywhere in the RV park. There is a strip of grass out front that pets use (on the high traffic street) or you can walk a couple of blocks to a park in the area.
The laundry was $1.50 a wash (top load) and $1.25 to dry (front load). The sites are gravel and wide enough for your RV and to park a vehicle, and our site was JUST long enough for our 40' RV. No tables or patio. There is a pool, laundry room, clubhouse. We were here a week and never saw anyone use the pool, and it needed to be cleaned.
The Wi-Fi worked but was SLOW, and from the other reviews I'm guessing we got a signal because we were near the clubhouse. - chasmyn
Mar 2015 - $35.00
First off, there should be two separate listings for Point Mugu: Thornhill Broome and Sycamore Canyon, which are entirely separate and completely different campgrounds. This review is for Thornhill Broome.
So, let's be frank... there's a good chance your neighbors are gonna suck. They might be party types, they might be stinky generator types and they might be barking dog types.... or all 3. So, there's that. And you're probably gonna feel the wind of passing Highway 1 vehicles against the side of your trailer, because that's how close you are to the highway. BUT.... you'll also feel the rumble of crashing waves under your trailer, because that how close you are to the ocean. And what a magnificent ocean it is... the view here is honestly worth the crappy neighbors and traffic noise. - RV_CamperGuy
Jan 2013 - $38.00
We stayed a the Thornhill Broome campground. Sites are parallel parked next to the beach with room for a slide out. Sites are only 31ft nose to tail so it can be a little tight if someone is already in the sites in front and behind of yours. The rules say you must be on the pavement but all the trailers had the tow vehicle backed in with the rear wheels on the sand to fit. It gets crazy when you try to leave. The road is only 1 lane wide and you must go to the end of the road and do a u-turn in the cul-de-sac. No camp host and the State park employee was only there on Friday. A ranger from the Sycamore grove campground did make a daily run through the park. There was no enforcement of the generator hours, either. - tsparky
Jan 2012 - $25.00
We stayed at Thornhill-Broom. We love the place and dislike the people. The person next to you is either homeless or is a rig with a generator that could not care less about where the exhaust or the noise is pointed. If you want a quiet relaxing time at the ocean, this is NOT the place unless you like lawnmowers running all the time. - BBlast
Oct 2018 - $65.00
The park is tight but then it has murals at the end of each road. Clean but the bathrooms could use some updating. Expensive but then CA is. But this place is great for patients of Cedar Sinai, UCLA medical center and St. Joe's. Owners are friendly and accommadating. Even with the Van Nuys Airport surrounding the park I had no trouble resting or sleeping at night. I certainly rested better in my rig then at the hospital. They also having traveling nurses there. Great place to recoup. - Graybird
Mar 2018 - $65.00
This worked for a few nights in order to visit Universal and Hollywood area. I had read a few other reviews that said the spaces were small, but that was an understatement. We have a small sprinter motorhome (24') and was able to back carefully into an end space. But anyone with a trailer has to unhook, and then they maneuver the trailer into place with a forklift. And cars are parked in front of spaces and along the main alley, so once you are in your space, you're in. Every time someone needs to get in or out, 3 or 4 cars have to be moved. Overall the campground is clean and well kept. The laundry was clean and all the machines worked. Our site was clean and level. The neighborhood was a different story... it's right next to an airport so helicopters fly overhead all day. Panhandlers hang out at the 7-11 down the street. We stayed here because there are no other options for RVs in the area... and that's a shame, because at $65 for this place I would have been happy to pay big bucks for a modern comfortable RV park with normal sized sites. - jimandlisa
Dec 2017 - $54.00
The name of the park has been changed to Hollywood RV Park effective January 1st, 2018. We stayed for two weeks. The weekly rate was $375 plus 14% tax (yes - 14% tax - California is crazy!). Our average all-in cost was $61.07/night. The reservation process was easy; check-in friendly and efficient. We were escorted to our site in the "back lot" which is basically an asphalt area with several 50amp/water hookups (no sewer). We knew in advance we would be there but it was the holiday season and we were glad to get in. Honey wagon service is available for free as needed and the maintenance guy was super nice and always helpful. Because the regular sites are fairly small/tight (most are not big rig size), we were quite happy to be in the back lot with some extra space. Satisfactory Verizon cell, Verizon Mifi and DirecTV signals. We did not try CG wifi so can't comment on that. The office was able to receive shipments which we appreciated. Although the CG backs to Van Nuys airport, it wasn't too noisy during the day and it was quiet at night. The location suited us because it allowed us to spend time with family. It's close to the 405 and 101 and there are lots of conveniences nearby including an In-N-Out Burger 1/2 mile away. The CG is well-managed and clean. Big laundry room with numerous machines and a large folding area. $1.00 wash and 75 cents dry (although you might need to run the dryer twice depending on what you're drying). Security at night is very attentive to vehicles entering the park. We met the owner who is actively involved in day-to-day operations. They have many long term tenants and the park is nearly full at all times. Reserve ahead if you can. If we need to be in the area, we would be happy to stay again. - GottaGoNow
Nov 2018 - $55.00
This park used to be nice and clean. Once the baseball fields which are part of the park opened, the public now has access to the restrooms at one end of the park where the overnighters stay, and thus the cleanliness has deteriorated. The park is conveniently located, but the cleanliness and overall appearance has gone downhill over the last two years. Still good for an overnight location, and a home base for visiting the major city areas. - TomW
Nov 2018 - $45.00
This is a nice park, right at the intersection of I-5 and the CA 126 freeway, very convenient to Six Flags amusement park. It is well maintained. Lots of people live here, but it's clean and orderly. We had a pull through. Very little space between rigs, but there is strip of grass; given that this is the edge of the desert, that's pretty nice. - Doogiesmom
Nov 2018 - $50.00
Great for overnight off the I 5...park spots showing their age. Not busy.... Nice pool...wifi spotty. Would come back...the only place around! - Tonyl