15 RV Parks near Alondra Park, California
We did however find 15 campgrounds within 25 miles of Alondra Park. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Alondra Park in the left hand column.
Jun 2017 - $70.00
We chose this park because of it being close to Disneyland. There is a shuttle that stops next door but Disneyland is an easy walk of about a half mile. We had an extra wide back in spot and were able to have room on one side to have our awning out with a picnic table and room for two vehicles on the other. The hook ups are at the back of the site so I had to use extensions for the water and sewer. Could connect to WiFi the first day but not the rest of the days. We were also able to see the fireworks from our RV. The bathrooms/shower are outdated but clean and could use a remodel. The pool looked nice but we did not use it. - CoastCamper
Jul 2015 - $53.00
Used it to park our tent trailer while we visited Disney. Was okay, but didn't stay there really, just parked and slept.
Had electricity, and bathrooms seemed taken care of. Clean park. - Gimmeanathlon
Jun 2015 - $53.00
When you enter the park you think "looks great and green", that quickly changes into "this is bad". The service is the worst you can imagine. Personal activities are more important than customers, excuse me? They let me wait until they had discussed with a friend whether or not they would join the drinking party that evening. No smiles, no kindness, very bad attitude!
The restrooms and showers are outdated. The campsites have different sizes and it is up to the staff if you get a great spot with grass and a picnic table or if your windows are 2 inch apart of your neighbors.
A park can be made as good looking as you want, when the service you get is not good, it does not matter - Palazzo fan
Apr 2017 - $30.00
For the area a very good value .Close to Disneyland close to Knottsberry Farm easy access on freeway 22. Probably the only drawback that this park has is you do have some freeway noise you do have some secondary street noise, but it seems to quiet down at night. Power could be an issue come summertime or when weather gets hot it seem like the voltage was low and the amperage was low for 30 amp it may be a struggle if everybody has their air-conditioning on not sure just something I noticed . This lodge has a lot going on every night something is happening . They have an excellent Park area behind the lodge that is for members only that you can walk your pet in just remember to pick up any Pet deposits . Overall I felt very safe in the area there is a campground host here which is very helpful the dump station is very accessible. We would definitely stay here again . My only suggestion is parking try to park in the sites 4 through 18 you will be a little bit buffered from the street noise and you won't feel like you're sleeping in traffic , lol. They do have a coin operated washer and dryer set up the park is set up very good for RV'ers. My biggest suggestion would be call ahead let them know you're coming so you can make sure you have a spot when you get here.We camped here in a motorhome. - monaco cruiser
Jun 2018 - $75.00
This campground is one of the most unusual campgrounds I've ever stayed at. The allure is being a mile from Disneyland, and it's all worth it! So close that every night I watched fireworks from my rig (or the pool). It's a great place, it's just right in the middle of town, next to an elementary school and highway. I always felt safe, saw several Anaheim Police officers patrol during the day, and there is an employee that drives around and keeps watch all night long as well. The campground itself is laid out kind of weird, but it works well. All sites are concrete pads and level. Plenty big enough for my trailer, vehicle and extra car from family that visited. There is trees around and some grass in/around most sites. Full hook ups, all services worked well, water pressure was even pretty high. Cable tv with several channels. There is a picknic table at the site, no grill or fire ring as no campfires due to city ordinances, but it would be pretty odd to have a campfire in the middle of town. Couple of large grassy areas for the dogs, but not fenced in for "off-leash". The pool is nice, but a tad small in my opinion. There are 3 bathroom/shower house/ laundry facility's spread around. Very clean and good hot water. Laundry was $2.50/$2.00 wash/dry, the area we used had 4 of each. The place was kept very clean, we really enjoyed it! Check in was easy. The office staff polite and helpful. Great with information on the area and other things to do. There was 2 computers and a printer in the office to use, a lounge area with a tv, vending machines, and coffee. Ice for sale and some general camping supplies for the rig ( TP, toilet chemicals and hoses.) A Bus stops right at the office (not a public bus, only for area hotels and resorts) $5.50 a day will take you all over Anaheim, parking at Disney is $20, so depending on your party, totally worth it. I wouldn't hesitate to stay again! - fullfamily6
Mar 2018 - $75.00
Close to Disneyland, very clean as you'd expect. Shuttle picks you up just outside the gate. Sites are close together. If your a tourist then this is for you. - Money2Burn
Jan 2018 - $82.00
Very clean and well maintained park. The check in staff is very welcoming and helpful in providing info about the area and access to Disneyland and other attractions. We were in a back-in site bit there are lots of pull through sites for larger rigs or those with toads. All sites are level concrete and wide enough to park a toad. Power/water/sewer are close to mh utility bay. I-5 is about a block to the west and Anaheim Blvd. is a block to the eat, so noise may be problem for light sleepers. Good news, no trains. Given where you are, there are kids all around even this time of year, but no problem with noise. Pool is open all year and heated. We would definitely stay here again. - 2sunkid
Apr 2018 - $75.00
We have been to this location many times over the years. This year we decided to stay a full week. The completion of the "Pacific Shopping Center" across the street was always a plus due to the closeness of various restaurants, so we naturally went there for dinner many times. This trip was different due to a nightclub / bar that opened in this center basically over-looking the RV park. This nightclub ran a DJ with pounding loud music till the early hours making our stay no longer a nice beach front stay. I feel confident that the City of Huntington Beach would never allow this loud of music on Main Street. They need to reevaluate any conditional use permits. - Edward972
Apr 2017 - $65.00
The location is great - steps from the sand in Huntington Beach, and a short walk to bars, restaurants and entertainment, including the new Pacific City complex. There are a few drawbacks: no sewer hookups (but there is a dump station), small spots (looks like a parking lot conversion), and a lot of foot traffic. But these drawbacks are easily outweighed by the great location. Book early. This park fills up quickly. - Betsy Olson
Apr 2016 - $70.00
Sunset Vista is quite literally a parking lot. The city of Huntington Beach, in order to create some off season revenue have added hookups (water and electric) to an existing parking lot. The up side of this campground is that you are mere steps from the sand and the pacific ocean. The down side is that you are also within steps from a major coastal roadway in back of the camping area, Pacific Coast Highway (Highway 1). The campsites are all asphalt, and each one is 6 parking spaces in size. That is that the sites are made up of three car size parking spaces wide, and two spaces deep. In reality, that is a fairly good size RV space, room for your RV, tow car, and plenty of outside sitting room. The electrical pedestal is 50 amp, and water faucets on a raised concrete pad to separate the sites. There is a dump station on site. The sites cost $70 per night, and reservations are made on line on the cities web site. There are plenty of shops and restaurants nearby in walking distance, and a walk/bike trail also right in front of the beach sand. The Huntington Beach pier is about a 5 minute walk down the bike path. Handicapped restroom and shower facilities are nearby, but are also public accessible. WiFi is available if you have a hot spot or air card, but the campground has no WiFi of it's own. There are two rows of sites. The front row is angled parking for rigs 30' and below, the second row is pull through for rigs up to 40', but I did see a few rigs that pushed that limit by a few feet. One big downside for this location is the noise from PCH, and a nearby high rise construction project that is across PCH. Also because this site fronts a public beach, the weekends are extremely busy with lots of people and walkers and bikers packing up the bike path. The cost and crowds didn't discourage the campers though, as the park was near capacity every night. I would hesitate to come back due to the noise and crowds. - SargeW
Jun 2006 - $47.00
The maintenance on the campground is excellent. Everyone is friendly. The pool is well taken care of. Showers and bathrooms are cleaned and disinfected everyday. There are plenty of tall trees for shade on the lots. Plenty of picnic tables to sit on. Wi-Fi provided by the owner through Boingo Wireless. You can see the fireworks from Disneyland everynight: 9:30pm. If you like a camping atmosphere, this is the place. There's no crime in the park. The place is very secure. The park has been here since Disneyland opened 50 years ago. I have enjoyed it greatly! - k.wettlaufer
Oct 2005 - $40.00
The man who runs the park was one of the worst people that I have ever delt with. Not a friendly man. Told me there are no other parks in the area which was a total lie. The sites are very small. All back in sites. Cats running around. Ants are a major problem in the park. There are a lot of trees in the park that shed a lot of shade but also a lot of seeds and leaves.The only nice thing about the park is Disneyland was with in waling distance. - Mrs Anne
Sep 2005 - $47.00
This is a private RV park to definitely stay away from. The listing in Trailer Life Directory states it has 35 full hookups (30/50 amps) sites. We made our registration for a space with 30 amp. Upon arrival the daily rate did not include a 13% tax. They tried to put us in a 15 amp plug-in telling us to use an adapter. We have a 30 amp coach. After a few words they moved us to another space that had a 30 amp plug. The park is run-down and does not have an aesthetically pleasing appearance. The park rules are outrageous and state that you are not allowed to walk your pet around the park, ride bikes, check oil levels, or even open your car hood. The spaces are small and you have to park your vehicle away from your RV where it cannot be seen. The park manager is not a friendly person. We will never come here again nor recommend this park to anyone. - Darla15468