11 RV Parks near Littlerock, California
We did however find 11 campgrounds within 25 miles of Littlerock. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Littlerock in the left hand column.
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Note: For Elks member use only. This is an older Elks lodge, but overall their RV park is nothing fancy but serviceable. There are approximately 21 pull-through sites, most of which should be able to accommodate a total length of about 60 feet. I think 14 of the pull-through sites have concrete pads to park on, with the rest of the RV park being gravel. Most of the pull-throughs have bi-directional hookups (pull in either way). In addition to the pull-through sites, there are plenty of back-in and parallel parking sites. I can't imagine this park ever being completely full. There are no full-hookup sites but a sewer dump is located on site. During our stay the voltage was good and water pressure was 80 psi. Both Verizon and AT&T had weak but usable LTE signals. Upon arrival, register with the friendly and helpful campground host, who's site is marked. We'll definitely stay here again. - Gyropilot
May 2018 - $42.00
I'm adjusting my review from March 2018. We had been staying in this park for almost a year with our 2 dogs. In April we were given 30 days to get out or get rid of one of our dogs. One of our dogs barked at someone, and yes she was on a leash and controlled. We had not had any prior issues. Needless to say we left the park. We were not going to get rid of our pet that we've had for 8 years. The park itself is decent. We were lucky enough to have a nice wide site. It fit our 40 ft. MH and we were able to fit our Jeep if parked sideways in front of the coach. We could also fit another car on the side next to the MH. I'm not sure about the electrical problems unless it has to do with the solar panels that were just installed, we didn't have any issues while we were there other than the power being shut off during the installation (which we were notified of in advance). I have to agree with other posters that the office staff is horrible. You have to move every 6 months. We had told the office on 2 occasions that we wanted to hold a site as we knew the people were leaving. They said they would put our name on it and twice they gave it away to someone else. It reminded me of high school. If you're not in the "clique" then they are rude and not helpful. There is no dog area or playground and the "store" is very small. I wouldn't really call it a store. Laundry room only takes quarters and you need to get them at the office. No change machine. - eurodl
May 2018 - $42.00
Concrete terraced parking lot. Over nighters and short term are sandwiched in, not enough room for our 37' trailer and dually, we are sticking out into the road. Monthly spots look like they have more room, difficult to get around your trailer once your slides are out. Worst problem is spiking 133 volt electricity-I've lost this review once already when the power went out. Our coach shuts down to protect itself. We had no power from 11pm to 7:30 this morning, this is expensive dry camping. Office said it was normal..NOT...my brother and father are electricians. The office said they need to keep it high for when all the AC's kick in...it's not AC weather yet. Some poor fools are damaging their appliances, stove and microwaves, as well as water heaters if their coach does not have high voltage protection, many do not. Our DRV has this protection. They didn't seem to care at the office, said it was within normal limits...sigh... - AdrianaW
Apr 2018 - $23.00
Ingress and egress were easy. We had no trouble moving through the park. Even with our big truck and trailer we had no problems there. The park is on a hillside so the spaces were terraced. Our problem came when we pulled into our site. I don't believe it was just our site as they all looked to be about the same size. Our trailer has 4 slides. Unless we pulled clear to the front of the site, the pedestal interfered with bringing our slides out. So we pulled off the concrete pad (others had obviously done likewise) to give enough clearance to extend the slides on the off-door side. Once we were unhitched, then came the problem of where to put our truck. Even had we stayed hitched, we would have extended into the road. So, the site was not even 65 feet long. We called the office to find what to do with the truck, since it would not fit onto our site. The woman we talked to sounded like it was such a trial to deal with two women who didn't know to park in overflow and where that lot could be. We will probably not go back because there just isn't room for us. - Raquel
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Just a couple additions to the other reviews. WiFi worked good in site #29. The lodge does not take credit or debit cards so take cash or write a check. So of the trees could us some trimming. Good Verizon 4g service and if you have an on-board satellite dish park on the west end. - StarlifterFE
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This was an adequate place to park while visiting friends nearby. The main campground is a large, level gravel parking lot with treed sites along three sides. There is a common BBQ area with picnic tables, but nothing at the sites.The campground host and everyone in the Lodge were very welcoming. We had strong 30 amp service that ran our A/C and one other appliance without problems. Good water pressure. Good, easily accessible dump. There are many trains, but no noise from the apartments as reported earlier, perhaps because it was hot. It's best to approach from the east so that you can make an wide left turn into the west entrance. - Mingo Papa
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is a gravel parking lot, but it did have 30 amp electric and good water pressure. It said there was wifi, but none showed up at our site. The people were very friendly in the lodge, but other than a place to park, it was noisy (lots of trains in the night) and abuts next to an apartment complex were people were throwing firecrackers in the lot and lots of trash just being thrown near their dumpsters. There were no sewer hookups, but a convenient dump station. A satisfactory place to park, but nothing fancy. - Ginny H
Sep 2018 - $3.00
Others have spelled out most of the good and bad about this park, but I notice that cell reception in section K has improved considerably since I visited in 2016. I'm getting very good speeds on both ATT & Verizon, ATT seems better. No booster, no extra antennas. But I think it's only good up toward the northeast end of the section, it might still be spotty farther down. Electricity usually works but use an outlet tester before settling on a site, I've found reversed polarity a couple of times. And keep an eye on the voltage, it's usually pretty low. - bobk3d
Aug 2018 - $1.00
This is a canyon area. No grass. Just dust, but again...it's a canyon and an hour away from LA. 10 miles to the metro line. The only weird thing about this camp was we had to share water with our neighbor site. Pressure was low. The electricity also kept cutting off, but other than that it was fine. The trains are loud but I don't expect thousand trails parks to be a 5 star hotel. The people were loud but they were having so much fun. Happiness is good. The clerks were courteous and checkin was a breeze. - ralinda
Jun 2018 - $1.00
Where do I even begin. Thousand Trails parks are usually older and not well maintained, but this one is at the bottom of our list. The only reason we stayed here was to visit family camping there. First of all is the train that runs RIGHT NEXT to the property. We've been places before with train noise, but this one runs at least every hour in the morning for commuters into LA and then starting at noon they run the other direction until late in the evening....not to mention the regular trains running through. Unfortunately there is a crossing just before and just after the park so you get the train whistle twice. We like our privacy and the side-by-side utility posts made that impossible as your door opens up right in front of your neighbor's. 50 amp sites are shown on the map as only in B section, but there are a few in N section (the map in general is very poor). To get to N though, you have to go outside the park and in a back entrance (the bridge has been out for about a year with no obvious intent to repair). There is such a steep hill leading down to N with a very sharp turn that I don't recommend it for bigger rigs. The dirt roads and sites are so dusty that you can't open up. There are lots of mature trees (very little chance of getting satellite but we found a place) but no landscaping or grass. We'll never be back. - Hands For Him
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. One of them even drove me around in the golf cart to check the available sites and pick the best one for my rig. The pool was great, clean and perfect temperature. They even have a night security guy at the entrance, nice to have even though this seems like a very safe area. The store was very well stocked with a good variety of items. They have a shelf full of dvd's for free loan. They have outside movies projected on Friday and Saturday night. The site was very large and easy to get into. The wifi was good all day and into the night. For some reason the wifi never worked in the waking hours, but always started up shortly after sun up. I use a EMS (electrical management system) and monitor my voltage very closely. The 50 amp service needs to be upgraded. During peak hours of the day one leg consistently dropped to 104 volts, the other leg had no such drops. Mid week when the park was less full the voltage didn't drop as much. There is a train track very close to the park. It seems some engineers blast the horns to upset the campers. Many trains didn't blast the horns. There is no grade crossing that I could find that would require blasting the horn. We slept fine leaving the fan on our roof air to drown out the train horns. The park clearly has no control over the train engineers so this shouldn't be held against the park. There is also almost no Sprint cell signal, again not the fault of the park owners. The ground is dry and dusty, high desert. Not the fault of the park owner. - Bob86ZZ4
Aug 2017 - $50.00
This large campground is located on Soledad Canyon Road between Palmdale and Santa Clarita. There are mostly back in sites with some pull through sites as well as tent areas. Typical of a KOA there are lots of facilities to keep the kids happy with playgrounds and a pool. Otherwise the campground is just a lot of dirt and dust. The driveways are pot holed and rough. A railroad track runs through the back of the property with frequent horn blowing Metro Link trains. There are lots of mature trees on the property that offer at least the possibility of getting some shade. We only spent one night here in a back in site on dirt with 50 amp electric, water and sewer. There is free WiFi which we were able to use in the evening when we arrived but disappeared the next morning. The bathrooms were OK, reasonably clean. On the plus side, the manager stopped by our site in the morning and asked if everything was OK with our site. This rarely happens in RV parks. We paid $50 per night. - Coopsecondact
May 2017 - $50.00
Don't be fooled, this is a fine dirt park, sand-like. Clouds of dust blowing getting into every crack and crevice. Now if you love the burned out canyon scenery, mostly treeless campground, then this is for you. I am not saying anything negative about the service levels...just dusty, dirty and windy. We could not get into our site, #32 which looked fairly new, because of a sand drift about 50' in front of the back-in area. I was not going to even try it and get stuck. So we did not stay and requested our weeks rents back. We are full timers and are appreciative of honest reviews, as this is. We travel in a 43' Motorhome with a towed. - Lost in America Tour
May 2018 - $30.00
We've stayed at the A V Fair Grounds RV Park several times. The Park is Big Rig friendly, with full hook ups. Unfortunately, the park has gone downhill! There is no management on the premises during the day! And when they are on site they ignore what's going on in the park. Park rules state "Temporary Residence Only, with a maximum stay of 21 consecutive days"; in reality most spaces are occupied by "long term" residents! The sheriff was on site 3 of the first 5 days we were in the park. The sheriff was called to the park twice for actions of a single resident, chasing him with tasers! The washroom security codes have been compromised by the local homeless population that use the facilities. RVs park across the street from the park in the desert and the occupants walk across the street to use the facilities. One long term park resident, who was parked adjacent to the East Center Dog Run, turned the run into their private dog park. They strung metal wires between poles and tied their 3 large dogs up to the leads and left them unattended. Other dog owners could not use the run! When the occupants relocated they left dog feces everywhere... And again, the "Park Manager" drives past this daily! Park Rules state "no outside storage", one trailer has an old couch behind it. A 'Long Term" resident sleeps on the couch at night! The number of vehicles that show up after dark, parked across the street from the park, is concerning... I called the Sheriff the morning I found a driver slumped behind the wheel of a pickup!! Later that afternoon, that same pickup was parked at the restroom facilities with the driver inside using the facilities! This park has become DANGEROUS due to a complete lack of management oversight! If the park management doesn't exert control over the park and begin enforcing park rules, someone is going to be injured or worse! This is really a shame because this was once a very nice little park. - Stealth01
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Posted rates are incorrect. Seems all sites are now min $30. Way too many 'permanent' longterm residents. Onsite management is non-existent. Not too bad for an overnighter, would consider again if desperate. It's just a concrete parking lot with service islands. - Nevada Nick
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We came for the LA County Air show so it was pretty full but the manager still got us into a FHU, 50amp site for our 42' MH. The air show is just a couple of miles away and some folks just put chairs in the field outside the park to watch. Spring for the fifteen bucks or whatever it was for the show. The RV park is just a converted parking lot next to the fairgrounds. Good overnighter or for whatever else might bring you to the area. Good value, clean, and safe. - Odyssey
Sep 2018 - $45.00
This was an awful experience. After driving in horrid traffic I finally arrived here only to be told they were sold out. I had paid a deposit online when I made my reservation, and they had that. Apparently when you call them you get the owner who lives in another state. He has no idea how much room they have available. Why the park itself doesn't take calls is ridiculous. The couple who actually run the place were great, and got me a place down the road. It's not their fault they are stuck with a ridiculous system. - Lynn C
Jun 2015 - $45.00
For this location, you have to know what you're going into and if that's your thing... then it's all good!! It's rustic and all dirt. There are only a couple of sites with full hookups (and they are not bad). Again, if you're looking for rustic!! The surroundings are beautiful and that I did enjoy even as a confessed Glamper. Beware of the power supply, it says 50amps, but no ... at least not consistently. Use a surge protector, for sure!!! It's mostly for tent campers, who fill the place up on weekends and don't mind overlapping their tents onto your site. But, they were all really nice and I met some good people that I shared a beer or two with. The staff is nice and very helpful. The kids loved it, but keep an eye out, there is wildlife, mainly rattlesnakes, raccoons and an occasional late evening bear. All said and done, when I'm feeling like getting down and gritty, aside from my glamping lifestyle, I'll go back!! - Glamper Dude
May 2008 - $50.00
First I will say that we did not stay here, but went to preview it before reserving. The good: The area was prettier than I expected, didn't realize that area even existed. Reminded me of the San Gorgonio area a bit. The creek was this place's saving grace. It was awesome how you can camp RIGHT on the creek. Some places say you are on the creek, but these really are. It was fantastic. The bad: No shade, no grass. Went on a Wednesday and the gate was locked, restaurant/check-in was closed. (Also closed Tuesday.) The place was completely empty except the permanent campers who also pretty much take up all the hook-up spots. There were two (of about 9) still available, but I don't think I would camp in those spots. The permanent guys aren't tidy. Plus those sites aren't on the creek. In a row (I guess you could say) behind. Also, the website makes this place look waaaay better than it is. I never did find restrooms or showers. It's basically just dirt along the creek. There were porta potties and a couple of water spiggots scattered about. A number of full and somewhat stinky trash bins. I seriously have no idea how they charge $50 a night. Bizarre. In their defense, there were some heavy rainstorms lately and maybe that had something to do with the condition of the place. Overall: I absolutely love, love, love creekside camping so I'd camp here anyway, but if you aren't the same, this certainly is one worth skipping. I brought my mom and sister. My mom wouldn't stay here and my sister said she "might." We have young kids and they loved playing in the water. While we were here, the water was moving quite fast at only about 3 feet at its deepest. Didn't see any fish, but I'd imagine there are some in there. Could set up a lounge chair right in the water and lounge all day long. - CHeller
Nov 2007 - $60.00
We could hardly believe how rustic and beautiful Camp Williams was, considering it is within easy reach of a major metropolitan area - L.A.! It's nestled in a canyon formed by the San Gabriel Mountains, and the East Fork of the San Gabriel River runs right through the camp. RV sites are nestled among the trees for cool shade during the summer months, but have a beautiful view of the river. Tent sites are, literally, right along the banks. You can fish right from your tent! The Café offers a great place to grab a delicious meal, from a pancakes & eggs breakfast to a juicy hamburger so you can take a break from cooking. We had a great time here, and look forward to visiting again soon! - bcbounders
May 2015 - $20.00
We boondocked 2 nights on Memorial Day weekend in our travel trailer.
Table Mountain Campground was very scenic and beautiful. There are large pine trees, hiking / biking trails, views and wildlife. We saw squirrels, many types of birds and deer. Layered clothing is a must as the mornings can be cold then mid-day warms up a bit.
The campground host/ranger was super nice and helpful. We were stuck in Labor Day traffic up through the Cajon Pass and arrived late in the evening as a result. It was dark and cold by the time we got there, but the host came right out to meet us, then ushered us into our campsite, helped us back in and level out (our pad was a little steep). He came back to check on us the next day to see how we were doing and to make sure we had everything we needed. Though we didn't participate, he told us the campgrounds screen family movies in the outdoor amphitheatre on the weekends.
Our campsite was primitive, but just gorgeous! There are sites with full hookups in another loop of the campground, but the pads are closer together and the sites are not as pretty. The pit toilets were relatively clean and the potable water spigot wasn't too far away from us.
We had a reservation for our site, but there are some primitive campsites set aside for first-come basis.
During our walks of the campgrounds, we did take note that alot of the pads were not too level.
We will definitely return to visit this campground again! - ftrrvr_684
Jul 2005 - $15.00
We stayed here briefly on our very first trip with a new (to us) Class A motorhome. When we arrived, we needed the assistance of the Camp Host to change sites because ours was as steep as a playground slide, and we couldn't get level despite blocks and boards. No one was available, nor was there a sign saying when s/he would return. Perhaps because of this, the noise went on well after 11 p.m. Even worse, when we left the next day, large untrimmed branches overhanging the road left broad, deep scratches in the side of our coach. This is very traumatic when it's your first trip with a new toy! Class A motorhomes -- beware! Avoid this campground! - Doberpug
Mar 2018 - $50.00
We USED to LOVE Edwards - when it was run by experienced staff. Nowadays it's run by kids who don't camp. We pulled into a mostly empty park and found a spot. We got all step up and went to plug the RV in only to discover the electric box was locked so we hooked into the one next to us. We though about moving but my severely disabled husband was already exhausted and helping set up had taken the last bit of energy he had. I'm disabled too so was right there with him. The sign said to pay at the 'common area'. We walked around the bathrooms looking for a sign that said 'common area'. We asked base security, the commissary and anyone else we could find. No one knew where the common area was. We finally went to Outdoor Rec but were sent back to the park. We finally found a young woman sitting in the weight room watching tv and playing on her phone. We asked why the power was locked at our site and were told many of the sites had no power. She treated me like I was an idiot for not knowing that the weight room was the common area and that half the sites lacked power. We had to pay for both sites so it cost us $50 a night to stay there. While we were there, we warned several other campers who pulled in and started setting up about the power problems and helped them find working sites. We also had other campers knocking on our door asking where the 'common area' was so apparently we're not the only so-called clueless campers she had to deal with. Tips for Edwards to make this a decent place to stay again. 1). Call the 'common area' what it is or post a sign on the door saying 'common area'. 2). Accept RV site payments at Outdoor Rec again. 3) Post a sign at the partially closed sites that say 'No Electricity'. 4) Try to find people who actually camp to run the RV park because they would understand all of the above instead of rolling their eyes. - Travelfish
Dec 2017 - $20.00
My husband, retired AF Major, and I have been blessed to travel our beautiful country and stay, as often as we can, on military bases. I have to say Edwards FamCamp is an embarrassment to our military. About 1/2 of the have spots have locks on the electric boxes (a fellow camper said they are having electric problems) A helpful tip would be to post on the box OR just put the picnic table across the spot. We saw quite a few people, spending precious time driving spot to spot to find one that is operational. Second, the entire campground looks like it's in a third world country. Bathroom facilities filthy, trash full and no one has used a rake around here for months. And, it wouldn't surprise me that it's not making any money, since the phone is never answered and on-site there is NO paperwork available to self pay. Very disappointed. - 1965Streamline
Jul 2017 - $20.00
RVers beware, if you park in spots 11-20 you may not have enough power to run AC when hot. Circuit Breaker trips the whole line. Outdoor rec is aware of problem and they told me that they will block some of the sites which they did, however, an RVer moved the cone and parked there anyway. Was told by old camp host it was ok. Civil Engineering has also told outdoor rec not to use all spots on that line because circuit breaker over heats and could cause a fire. Reason for poor rating outdoor rec not doing their job. - Mark 100