4 Parks near Anaheim, California
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The restrooms and showers are outdated.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
Jul 2014 - $67.00
This park is mostly occupied by permanent residents, which makes it feel very much like a trailer park. The front desk staff was not helpful at all. When we checked in, they did not offer (nor mention) a key to the restroom, which is where the showers are. When we went to shower that evening, we discovered them locked without a code. We went to the office the next morning to inquire and the kids behind the counter just said that a key was required and it cost $5 (which you get back when you turn the key back in). We tried to purchase Disneyland tickets from the front desk, as it is advertised that they sell them, and they dismissively told me they were "sold out" and didn't have any. They gave me the business card of a "discount dealer" who supposedly sold Disneyland tickets, but we just bought our tickets at the gate. We planned on walking to and from Disneyland from the campground, but it's really quite far (too far for our children and along a very busy road and up and over a major freeway) and ended up taking cabs after trying the walk once. We stayed in this campground because it's closer to Disneyland than other park. The overall experience felt like we were living in a low budget trailer park. I would never stay here again. - User2869
Nov 2013 - $33.00
This park is very close to a very busy road. But you are 12 minutes from Disneyland. Their hookups were awkward and only allowed for back in. But they let us take two spots which left room for our Toad and bikes. Be careful of theft with the road, although we felt safe with occasional security guards patrolling. Not the kind of park you would hang out much outside your camper. But why would you? Go to Disneyland!! - The Travel Family
Jan 2016 - $48.00
Park seems tight for a big-rig- narrow roads, tight turns, and the spaces put the RVs close together (less than 15' between slides). We were in a pull-through and it was extremely tight getting our 41 foot into the spot due to the tree branches being overgrown for our tall trailer. Our main complaint, and this is only for the pull-through spots, is that the trees block our roof-top mounted DirecTV dish. We tried two different pull-through spots and the trees were in the way thus no reception. The park does have excellent cable TV. - azdryheat
Jan 2016 - $96.00
This park is clean, level, offers many of the things you look for in an RV park. However, it is WIDE open to the surrounding streets and area which is not especially nice. Many of the spaces you simply pull up to the street and that is where your spot ends. So cars are driving by on the street a few feet in front of you with nothing separating you. So much so in fact that NO ONE leaves any lawn chairs, BBQ's etc or ANYTHING out at night. I don't think we have ever stayed at a park where everything was locked up every night. It was a very odd feeling to have zero security and not see anyone outside at night. With several other choices I would try them first. If security and safety could be addressed, this place would be MUCH better. - longweekends
Dec 2015 - $74.00
Nice park. Sites are wide and concrete. Comfort stations are clean and there are several in the park. Dog runs are nice and located throughout the park. Easy access to Disneyland with bus pickup at the office. Easy access from I-5.
Only negative is it's located close to I-5. If you are assigned a site next to the interstate the road noise is annoying day and night. I recommend requesting sites closest to the office as those are farthest away from the noise. - Aldeaux
Dec 2015 - $60.00
Overpriced, but is normal for SoCal. Nice setting right off 91, contrary to other reviewers the noise is not bad. Commuter traffic is however a nightmare. Gypsum Cyn Rd backs up hugely right in front of the driveway. Yes, lots of gophers. Sites are level & spacious. 15 miles from Disney. Would definitely stay here again despite the price. - rvrrat520
Oct 2015 - $60.00
Let's get the 'bad' out of the way first. You read other reviews and think surely the road noise from the 91 freeway can't be that bad. Well... It kinda is, and it's 24/7. But then again, it's also white noise and quickly fades into the background - until a 'loud pipes save lives' type goes blasting down the highway, anyway. It's unfortunate, but is simply the inescapable nature of an urban campground bordering a freeway. The property appears to have lots of gophers, and gopher holes are everywhere. Not a big deal though, as long as you watch where you're stepping. Also: ants.
Now for the 'good'. The park was quite nice overall. Interior roads are kind of narrow, but easy to drive. The office staff was easy to work with and generally friendly, if a bit dispassionate. The site I had was easy to back into and reasonably level, and the gravel surface was evenly laid. The power podium could have used some maintenance simply due to wear-and-tear (not neglect), but supplied a solid 122V on both 50A legs all weekend. Water pressure was stable & good at ~45 psi.
Huge trees are everywhere, and the green spaces are nicely maintained. The play areas look nice, as does the swimming pool. The spray pool was closed this weekend, but I'm told it's only used during peak summer months. There are huge open spaces, plentiful shade trees and tons of room for special events like the Corgi meet-up & show that was there this weekend. AT&T cellular voice & data service was stable and excellent (LTE, 17 Mbps down / 6 Mbps up per Speedtest app on Apple IOS devices).
Overall I was happy with my stay here. It's not a quiet space, but is otherwise very nice and reasonably convenient to local attractions. I look forward to visiting again! - pantherjeep
Sep 2015 - $45.00
Pros - clean, table at each site, fire ring at each site, salt water pool and very clean, easy access to bike trail
Cons - not enough electricity during the day to run any appliances, had to run generator to keep food cold, car noise during the day is very noticeable, office staff is NOT friendly. - Linda M
Sep 2014 - $59.00
Stay elsewhere. This is a neglected RV park that is part of a mobile home park with virtually no management. Basically, it's is a free-for-all with no manager on site for more than a couple hours a week. People came and went regularly without even paying. The dumpsters were usually overflowing with couches and mattresses from the trailer park. The bathrooms are inexcusably bad. The shower head is mounted at chest level and the rest of the bathroom is just decaying. They were never cleaned in the time we stayed and smelled terrible. No locks on the doors. Prepare to use your RV shower exclusively. Many sites are pretty uneven so if you do stay here, bring a lot of leveling blocks. Beware of the cockroaches living in the sewers. They have a pool but seeing they never cleaned the bathrooms, it's hard to believe they did much to maintain the pool. The trailer park residents don't have any qualm about cutting through the RV sites as shortcuts. Overall this is the worst park we've stayed at in our cross country travels. It's sad because it has potential, but management just doesn't seem to care about the place. - wantahertzdonut