1 Park near Long Beach, California
Mar 2016 - $50.00
We visited relatives in nearby (well, 16 miles away) Manhattan Beach, and chose this park because of the ratings. What a great little park! Clean as a whistle, dead silent at night, close to the water with a nice cool breeze (we just came from 5 months in Arizona, so cool salt water breeze felt SO GOOD).
We hardly used any of their amenities other than cable TV (which was analog and pretty poor). Two things that would've made it better - 1) paved pads rather than clay/sand which stuck to our shoes like glue, and 2) pads that were not level. Our front tires were dangling in the air after we leveled up.
But everything is relative, and in this neck of the woods, good RV parks are few and far between. This place was completely full, and we'd definitely return if we ever returned to this area. - coffeetime
Feb 2016 - $70.00
We camped here to be close to relatives in the LA area. We were surprised, pleasantly, that the park was nice. Sites were back-ins, and I was able to level the RV, although some sites look very sloped. Check-in process was pretty good. They inadvertently overcharged us, but told us the next day when I visited the office. The park is located very close to Long Bean amenities: ferry to Catalina Island, aquarium, restaurants, harbor. We don't have a toad, so used the mass transit to get around. You can catch it a short walk from the park over the 710 freeway. Traffic noise is moderate. Seemed safe. Wi-Fi worked fine with my external antenna. I would return, making sure the site was level. - Joe from Victoria
Oct 2015 - $50.00
This park is in an urban area right next to the Long Beach Convention Center. Despite that, it has a nice vibe that is very comfortable. Sites are fairly tight, but fine. There is landscaping to make things pretty. There's a nice pool and hot tub, a little store, horseshoes, and shuffleboard. It's a fairly short walk to the Catalina Express or a dozen good restaurants. It is also right on the waterfront, a bit of a jog from the bay. - Maxine and Cinder