14 RV Parks near Northridge, California
Jul 2017 - $63.00
Lovely city space. Large gravel spots, great clean pool, bathroom could use some updating but was fine. Laundry reasonable priced. Really nice staff. Recreation room with pool table and foosball, library, community kitchen. It is a busy RV park, if you are close to the entrance you will hear car noise, but not obtrusive. - Eliz Plam
Jan 2017 - $65.00
This is a park in transition. Many long-time residents are being moved out to accommodate newer rigs at higher rates. Long term guests must sign a lease and agree to 15 pages of rules. The park is clean; the restrooms, while small, are clean and tidy. The laundry room could use some updating. The clubhouse is spacious but dull and poorly used. The pool was not open while we were there. The staff is very friendly and attentive. They do their best to provide a clean and quiet environment. Most long-term folks here are working people, so the park is largely empty during the daytime. - rfmscat
Dec 2016 - $51.00
The one thing you do NOT have when staying in the LA area is choice. You come here for a safe place to park and hookups for your RV while you're going out to see the sights of LA.
We stayed in the front, and there is a LOT of traffic noise from sun up to midnight. It actually quiets down overnight, but when it's happening, it's loud. And there are a LOT of sirens. And trains.
There are quite a few long term renters who seemed nice and the place was clean and well-kept.
It's "pet friendly," but we were told not to let our dog go anywhere in the RV park. There is a strip of grass out front that pets use (on the high traffic street) or you can walk a couple of blocks to a park in the area.
The laundry was $1.50 a wash (top load) and $1.25 to dry (front load). The sites are gravel and wide enough for your RV and to park a vehicle, and our site was JUST long enough for our 40' RV. No tables or patio. There is a pool, laundry room, clubhouse. We were here a week and never saw anyone use the pool, and it needed to be cleaned.
The Wi-Fi worked but was SLOW, and from the other reviews I'm guessing we got a signal because we were near the clubhouse. - chasmyn
Apr 2017 - $65.00
Balboa RV Park is a medium-sized RV park with tight spacing. However, the office people helped you back-in and they are the best I've ever seen at directing. Once in place, the site felt larger than it was, as there was a lot of landscaping. The surface was asphalt with AstroTurf-like grass surrounding it. We had a picnic table and the full hookups worked fine. We had a dedicated parking spot for our tow car, right across from our site. Also right across from us was the large, clean laundry room and fairly nice restrooms/showers. The entire park was quite clean and (for a tightly spaced park) uncluttered, and not as noisy as I had expected; it was actually fairly quiet, everything considered. Everyone we met was very nice. WiFi was quite good, and I could get a strong Verizon signal. If we need to be in this area again, we would definitely stay there. - RobtL
Oct 2016 - $65.00
At first glance you're thinking what did I get into. But the owner was very helpful, they took you to your site and helped you back in, they had someone hook you up so I didn't have to do anything. The sites were tight but I have a 40 ft motorhone with 4 slides. I had a picnic table and a nice concrete patio. We had fake grass on both sides and rose bushes. (Nice) the dog park was all the way at the end of the park fenced and large but dirt, and the dog waste in a garbage cans hadn't been picked up probably two weeks, the smell was bad. But that was my only complaint. The place was quiet, no road noise but we did have an airport right next-door so we did hear the planes but not as much as I thought. The location is ideal for sightseeing of Universal Studios or any of the studios and Beverly Hills. The staff is very friendly and accommodating. - Crbus
Aug 2016 - $59.00
We stayed here several times when in LA...not many places in LA. This is tight to get into the slots, but the owner always helps and then we are fine. We have a place to park our toad and the picnic table and area next to the RV is nice for outside dinner. Yes they have air traffic but you are in LA so learn to ignore. Kids play and some folks have pets but that is how most humans live now...we love it. Nice trees and the WiFi seems pretty good. We stay 2 to 4 days while we visit our kids. There is a nice park down the road for visiting and picnics. Easy access to the 101 and good stores right around the corner for shopping. - Wpatters1229
Oct 2014 - $20.00
Sites are level, but if you are the last one in, it might be tight maneuvering. It's quiet and doesn't feel like a city but you are close to everything. There is overflow parking for $5 a night- no hook up for that. As mentioned, the entrance is sort of an alley- a very wide driveway behind the parking lot of Old Susana's café. The driveway is called Elks Trail and is easy to miss, but if you do, there is a large dirt parking lot right down the street. Can't beat this place for the price! - Soos
Mar 2014 - $20.00
This is for Elks members only. They have just updated (wide) the RV parking sites. Good level gravel with full hooks on 8 sites. Rate is now $20.00. We could not get the cable to work but that might be a work in progress. Verizon works great. Close to Regan library about 12 miles. - margeandbob
May 2013 - $15.00
Elks Members Only. There are 5 sites in the shade, no satellite possible and 3 other sites OK for satellite. No local TV. Social Lodge, plenty of activities. Close to Reagan Library. No reservations. Verizon Strong. Pet Friendly. Enter through alley off Kuehner Dr. - silverado
Apr 2017 - $35.00
We used this park as a base for visiting places in LA. For that purpose, it worked well. I wouldn't choose it as a destination. Sites were close and dusty, it was noisy on weekends, loud music, many children. My Verizon phone didn't work. Still, we'd likely go back if we wanted to visit LA again. - ghopgd
Mar 2017 - $34.00
As others wrote, very nice little county park at the end of a canyon, so, in general very quiet. Recommend the outer sites for privacy because sites on opposite sides of the "circle" are very close to each other. Camp host couple are very nice and not afraid to tell people to quiet down if necessary. Was disappointed that the park grounds are very small so there are no trails, etc. There is one strenuous 4 mile hike that starts about 2 miles down. Driving to Ronald Reagan Library took about 15 minutes. Paved sites long enough for our 35' motor home but had to park towed car on dirt beside motor home. - BandD
May 2016 - $33.00
This was our second stay at this park so we knew what to expect. Cannot walk the dogs in the day area part of the park so walked them on the side of the road. LOTS of stickers for them to get in their paws so that is not good. There is a very large dog park about 3 miles away that is very nice. There is NO internet or phone service if you have Verizon. Sites were concrete with dirt on the sides. But - very clean and the hosts were very friendly. Since we have relatives in the area we will stay again. - joans8849
Sep 2017 - $50.00
A large park, their overnight pull thru sites are in circle toward the back of the park very easy to navigate to. The sites are just a bit short we barely fit with a jeep hooked to a 36 ft. motorhome a larger rig would hav to disconnect. This is a good overnight stop - Bruce and Janette
Jul 2017 - $50.00
Our stay was pleasant and a nice rest after being on the road all day. The lady in the office who checked us in was exceptionally nice and friendly. The park is good for families with children. For my husband and me it was a bit packed in. Spaces were close together and not very long. However, it was very quiet. The park has a lot of full time residents. The park could be nicer if there was more attention to detail. Our site had trash on the ground and many cigarette butts that we needed to clean up to set up our campsite. - Dr Karen
Jun 2017 - $42.00
This is a LARGE park with what appears to be many semi-permanent residents. The park is clean and well maintained and is a good place to stay when visiting the north LA area. The staff is friendly. The interior roads are good. There are three obnoxious speed bumps on the road coming in ... watch out for those ... if you don't hit them squarely and go VERY slowly, stuff in the rig WILL shift around! Although the price is (what I would call) high it's probably not unusual for the area. I would come back. - 1998 Ultrasport
Feb 2014 - $45.00
If you want to go into the city, this park might work. However the sites and roads around them are tight. We stayed in the area for 18' and under. The showers had no hot water, which I found out too late. The grounds were ill-kept, with few or no shade trees for the sites. The walk from our site to the restrooms was full of holes, perhaps made by animals. The place for the RVs was paved, but all else was mud or earth. In all, a disappointment. We would not return. - Atnt Life Grand
Feb 2011 - $35.00
This was our 2nd time out in our RV, so we were not fully prepared. We are grateful to the camp hostess who gave us a number of tips on RV camping and for letting us borrow her clean-water hose. The restrooms were typical of the California State parks. They were clean, but cold. Showers were not hot but warm enough to warm you on a cold day. The campground is lush and green this time of year. My wife and I saw lots of ground squirrels and a few deer in the campground. - TARDISRV
Feb 2011 - $35.00
First, the positives. Lots of wildlife to watch and listen to (singing coyotes, lots of deer, cottontails, ducks in the creek). Sites are huge, with tons of space in between. Lots of hiking trails (but not well maintained, unfortunately). Iron ranger takes credit cards! Friendly camp host. And, of course, the reason we came--the site where M*A*S*H was filmed. Now the cons: This is yet another victim of CA state park budget cuts. Roads, trails, bathhouses not well maintained. High price ($35) just to boon dock. No water for tanks and no dump station. Come prepared. We did feel pretty secure, though, as the park ranger did regular patrols and the camp host let us know that the ranger had both a sidearm and a rifle in case she needed help in rousting squatters (common here apparently) or rowdies (not uncommon on the weekends we heard). - JCLC
Nov 2016 - $26.00
This is a fairly large county park, with a small camping area. You don't feel like you're in a city, but the RV park backs to the railroad track. Commuter and short freight trains come by 10-12 times a day, starting at 5am, and running into the early evening. The trains are loud, honk their horns, but are short, so it goes by fast. This is the main downside to this park. big rigs can fit into sites 10-16, which also have 30amp and water, and are the sites that back directly to the tracks. The sites are not level, so some blocking is needed. The sites across are shorter, also not level and have 30a & water. There are also 13 group RV sites up above, which are located on one large paved parking lot. These sites also have 30a and water. There is one pay dump site, which costs $15 per use. There is one host on site, who is very nice and helpful. - Scott Hicks
Jun 2016 - $32.00
This is a no frills county park. The sites are asphalt back-in with water & electric. They do have a dump station. The sites are not very level, so bring leveling blocks. They do have a picnic table and a fire pit and are in a grove of trees so there is nice shade. There are train tracks right next to the park, but the trains are not very frequent. So for a couple of nights it is not a problem. The location of this park close to the Ronald Reagan Library makes it the best choice for visiting the library. - Michael Kibler
Jun 2015 - $31.00
We got to Oak Park late in the afternoon and found a nice spot and started to set up and a passenger train came by and blew the horn right next to us (the rail is elevated about 20 feet above the RV spots and just 15 feet from the site). Before we could recover from this experience, a freight train went the other direction (I am not sure why they did not run head long into each other). You could feel the freight train inside the RV. Therefore, we did not stay. There are few choices in the area but we could not handle the trains. - lyzzards
Jul 2017 - $50.00
We stopped here for an overnight while traveling I-5. The staff was alright, and they appear to try hard to keep it up. Pool area looked nice. Tons of full timers here, and they appear to be allowed to pretty much do as they please. I was amazed at how much "stuff" was stored around RVs in many sites. Even saw one person with old junk stored on top of their RV. Overall, it makes the entire place feel much more like a trailer park than an RV park. The price is way too high, but I do realize that they have location going for them. The small grass patch at each site is a recycled piece of athletic field "astro turf". Dogs are not allowed on any of the grass nearest the office, and I was told to walk our dogs out the front entrance and use the grass area near the road. I can't imagine returning to this park in the future, unless we were desperate to hook up to utilities for the night. - KeystoneTT
Jan 2017 - $45.00
Very friendly and helpful staff. Well stocked camp store. Donuts and coffee in the morning. Former KOA but that's not a negative. Buildings, grounds and sites are very well-maintained. Many long term residents but sites are their sites are neat and organized. Spaces fairly narrow but adequate. Picnic table, fire fing and artificial lawn at each site. Roads and sites paved. Absolutely need reservations - probably less than 8 sites available at the beginning of the day and often none by 6 pm. - R&P
Jul 2016 - $50.00
We enjoyed the pool and Jacuzzi during our stay. The bathrooms and showers were great, as they were recently upgraded, clean and large. However, they close the bathrooms at night and open them back up in the morning. (Not good for late night bathroom runs while our bathroom is being refurbished).
Most of the people were fulltimers living there, with what appeared to be only a handful of sites available for camping. Many of the sites looked 'ghetto', dirty, junky, and messy with broken umbrellas, old furniture and lots of junk laying around. I was a bit uncomfortable. There wasn't much to do besides swim. We tried going for a walk, but there wasn't anything to see or do (besides walking across the street to the ARCO gas station). The pictures on the website made it look much nicer than it really was. Castaic Lake was not in walking distance, however the freeway was.
The on-site store was good sized and well stocked with a variety of supplies and necessities. The staff was friendly and very helpful. Someone patrolled the grounds in a golf cart regularly.
There was no built in campfire ring or place to cook outdoors, but they did provide a portable fire ring and brought it to our site. The camp sites were very close together so there wasn't much room between us and the guy next door to enjoy our campfire and meals outside. - BarbaraD
May 2017 - $50.00
This park is located on a hills right off PCH. amazing views of the ocean from the park. The beach is a bit hard to walk to - had to walk down PCH a few blocks, then cross the street. Everyone who stayed here was so friendly. We had an amazing time. Pretty good cell reception (Verizon). Awesome seafood place next door (Malibu Seafood). We will definitely stay here many more times. - Shaughn
Apr 2017 - $40.00
I love this park. It's a little expensive for ocean view sites but the view are impossible to beat almost anywhere in the world. My site was technically a mountain view but I could still see the ocean from my dinette and I paid 280 for a week of partial hookup with free dump at the end of stay. Management was fantastic. Front desk staff were wonderful, neighbors were delightful. Plenty to do in the area with Malibu Seafood, a gas Mart and the magnificent beach all in walking distance. Quiet hours enforced! Will return for sure. - RV_CamperGuy
Apr 2017 - $85.00
Stayed for 10 nights and had a great time. Our 40 foot motorhome was in a large site on the upper tier with great views and lots of room and privacy. Staff were all great and store is well stocked. Walk to Solctice Canyon State park with great trails and waterfalls. Beach is across busy PCH but we just hopped in Jeep and drove to Zuma only 10 minutes. Great fish restruant only a short walk from park. Will be coming back often. - Paladin Swan
Jun 2005 - $26.00
Campground is closed, new houses are being built in its place, very sad. - rroch