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Date of Stay: November, 2014 - $30.00
Rate reflects 7 nights for price of 6. Our motorhome is 45' long. It could fit in any site here and there was no problem driving the interior roads. We stayed in site 4 (as new campers in the park). In future we would look at sites 63-67 as they have nice large concrete patios, moveable tables, guaranteed satellite access. All sites have a large fire pit. The sites are widely spaced. The weekend was totally full! Pros: grass, spacious, level sites, good services, park itself, lots of birds, park rangers do a great job. Cons: loudspeaker from the women's prison begins at about 6:30 am and goes sporadically til 10 pm, gunfire can be heard from the shooting range most of the time, smell from nearby dairy farms, sewer overflowed the first time we dumped (apparently campers think it's funny to put odd things down the pipe). Otherwise would definitely stay here again. The negatives are not a deal breaker! We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: August, 2014 - $35.00
Had a wonderful stay at Prado. It is a large regional park with paddle boats, golf, target shooting, fishing and other activities within the park or very nearby. A spacious setting on a sizable Lake created by the Prado dam. The individual campsites are very roomy with a lot of space between sites. Camp sites 50-70 have large cement pads but 1-49 are also very nice. Most sites have shade and there are many lovely trees throughout the park. Lots of beautiful space for walking the dogs and many large open areas. We stayed here four nights in our 30' rig and enjoyed it thoroughly. We'll definitely be back. Maximum stay is 14 days. The park personnel were all very pleasant and helpful. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Fifth Wheel.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2013 - $35.00
We're very pleased with this park and highly recommend it. A lot of shade beautiful trees and very green. This park is very clean. Only complaint which is not campgrounds fault is that they have very feisty skunks here, ranger warned us on way in that they have skunks who like to spray, our dog got sprayed by a skunk and was only laying down when it got her. We smelled skunk spray every night, I will not bring my dogs again, but will be returning. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: June, 2013 - $35.00
The park is spacious and fairly well kept. Sites are easy to access and maintained. The restrooms were horrible and the showers were even worse. If you just use the facilities in your RV you'll be golden. Ants are an issue here. Woke up both mornings we were here to not just a few, but trails of ants inside. The old comet cleanser trick didn't seem to help either. Be forewarned! Park does get busy on the weekends. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: April, 2013 - $35.00
We liked this park. The sites are spread out and not like a parking lot. Our site was level and the utilities worked well and we didn't have any trouble getting in and out with our motorhome. We were able to pickup dozens of TV channels using our antenna. The park was very clean and has a lot of walking paths and a few ponds. There is no WiFi available but our Verizon worked well. We would stay here again. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2013 - $30.00
This park is beautiful and the staff members were very nice. The only problem we had was with a stray male dog running lose. It's sad that the local animal control can't do anything about it. The park ranger said it was a pesky problem. We could not stay there because we had a female in season with us. The park people were happy to refund our money with lots of apologies. So shame on the county, not the park. We would like to try again to stay here. The sites were spread out and not real close to each other like in some parks. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: September, 2012 - $35.00
A below-average municipal RV park, though park grounds and lake are pleasant and so is the staff. Site was trashy; we picked up litter (plastic, paper, old shoes, etc.) but it took 3 requests before the staff picked up the dead refrigerator left by previous campers. The sewer didn't drain but after a couple of days they responded to our request and fixed it. The local mice found their way into our MH; that hadn't happened before. If you get one of the lower-numbered sites (1-12 or so) you should have all-night light from the nearby prison and may even be able to hear announcements from its public address system. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2012 - $30.00
Great park for the Riverside/Corona area of the LA basin. TV reception was great using the antenna, got over 60 stations. Sites are spaced far apart, with firepits in most. Only complaint were the ants that got into our hummingbird feeder. Had that problem on our visit last year. Park is so big that you don't get city noise from surrounding roads. The RV sites fill up on weekends, so reserve your site before you come. No Wi-Fi, so you'll have to find a Starbucks close by. We would stay here again. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: January, 2012 - $14.00
Well maintained park with friendly staff. Sites are spacious, most with shade trees. Our site had a wonderful view of the lake. Freeway close and shopping nearby. We will come back. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2012 - $30.00
I visited this park to see if itâ€™d be a good place to camp. I walked nearly the entire park with my dog and found it pretty bland. Itâ€™s well taken care of and the staff is friendly. It even has a laundry facility. Upon arrival, I noticed the cow smell so often mentioned, but it became less noticeable over time. The south loop is pretty peaceful with the southern most sites facing a large empty field. The drone of civilization is constant, with helicopters, planes, and other miscellaneous machinery. If you want a basic spacious park to stay in, this is it. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2011 - $25.00
This campground is basically a good get-away-from-it-all place for the entire family. Because it is in the country, it's a beautiful, rustic setting with a lake for fishing and paddle-boating, a playground with a water slide for the kids, and various soccer, archery and equestrian fields for the athletically minded. Most of the campsites are spaced far enough apart to be secluded, and many look out onto open grassy fields and are shaded by trees. While some allow tents, many of them don't because of their irrigation system. However, there are a few sites where your doors face the road rather than the open field. The main problem is â€“ because it is in the open country â€“ there is a real problem with flies and ants, and an occasional waft of fertilizer smell (although nowhere nearly as bad as when there was a dairy farm next door). Also, the restrooms â€“ while they were cleaned daily â€“ lacked soap and paper towels, and the ones with high ceilings had trouble with nesting birds leaving their â€œmark.â€ Even though we most likely will not be back, it is still a good campground for family and group situations. Just make sure you bring PLENTY of bug spray, insect repellent and ant powder with you! We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: March, 2011 - $37.00
This time of year the weather was great and the adjoining hills were all green. No ants or bad dairy farm smell as previous reviewers indicated. Easy pull through spots and perfectly level. We'll stay here again. Book early they do fill up during this time of year. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: July, 2011 - $30.00
This was our first stay at Prado Regional Park and we were very pleased with the facilities. You are in the middle of the greater Los Angeles basin and you'd never know it from the campground area. Access to the park is very good. Camp sites spaced very well apart. The camp site areas are grassed around the parking pads with concrete "patio" pads and fire pits at most sites. We stayed 4 nights. They have laundry facilities, but we did not use them. On-line reservation system was very easy to use. We will be staying here again when we're in the L.A. area. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
Date of Stay: October, 2009 - $35.00
We happened to stumble upon Marching Through History weekend here and were pleasantly surprised. he park was well maintained although we did not visit the restrooms or showers. We could not hear anything from a women's prison nor did we even realize one was near. The shooting range was noticeable, but not annoying. The campers were courteous and at 10PM everything shut down and it was quiet! The water park was great for our young child and the playground too. We did have an experience with the ants (couldn't figure what all the chalk outlines were in the empty spaces at first) - they came down a tree branch touching our RV - Took weeks to get them all out after getting home - will bring DE next time. We camped here in an RV and will be back again. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Motorhome.Undo
Date of Stay: November, 2009 - $35.00
I read reviews on here first before deciding to stay. I stayed in November and though I saw a few ants, flies were more of a problem. I read about the shooting range and new of the dairies but did not know about the women's correction center with announcements during the day. Park roads were a little narrow and not all sites are convenient for openings on the right for awnings fortunately we had a descent location with a fire pit and table that was a pull through. The bathrooms were dirty though I saw lots of maintenance crew, they are public park style with no doors if that bothers you. I did not see the showers but the cost is $1.50 in quarters. Next time I stay I'm bringing fly strips. I would stay here again though people were friendly and the park for small kids was great. We camped at Prado Regional Park in a Travel Trailer.Undo
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