A great place to stay for seeing Disneyland, which is only a 10-15 minute drive. Lots of full timers living here, and some sites were in need of repair. Back in sites are close together. We stayed in a Deluxe pull through site with grass and patio table and chairs with umbrella. Lots of shade in the deluxe area. Staff was very helpful, and had escort to site. Small store with limited supplies on site, but it has enough necessities in case they are needed. - EZgoin'
Orangeland misses the mark with their restroom facilities. While modern, the showers were not well cleaned which is unacceptable for such an expensive park. Their daily cleaning routine seemed to omit cleaning the shower stalls. They were covered in soap scum, the floors were unmopped, and forgotten razors and shampoo bottles were left for several days. Gross! Sometimes the bathrooms were just a wreck from misuse by guests who don't care that other people have to use them. The family bathroom had adult diapers left in the trash can (on top and visible) which really stunk up the place. Gross! Because they have fruit trees growing all over the park, there are ants. I saw a number of RV's with insecticide spread around their wheels. We didn't have any get inside but our neighbor did. Highpoints include the staff who were friendly and helpful. The pool and hot tub are in great shape and wonderful for unwinding. Sites are in good order and most from what I can tell have picnic tables. Permanent residents were very friendly. Access to the park is easy and regular patrols of the park staff make it feel secure. There are several good dining options in walking distance. - wantahertzdonut
Nice park in a good location. However there are many full time residents living there and the campsites are junky. The interior roads are tight and windy - very difficult for big rigs or if one doesn't want to disconnect their tow car. The people at the park are very friendly, however workmen start at 7 and so does their noise. - Scimastr