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31 RV Parks near Rialto, California
We did however find 31 campgrounds within 25 miles of Rialto. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Rialto in the left hand column.
Sites: 50 | Recent Rate: $$$$ | 4 Reviews
Jan 2014 - $45.00
We stayed at the park for over two months and paid a monthly rate of $300.00. The park is clean, well maintained, and the bathrooms or older but very clean. The park staff is accommodating & very helpful whether it is park related or if you wanted information on the area. We had to be in the Loma Linda area for two months and we chose this park because the sites have more space between sites and Wi-Fi at your site. The Wi-Fi was good. It did slow down in the evening, sometimes to a crawl, which is why I gave it a 9. This is pretty much a long term park. Overnight sites are available. Our site 7 was on the perimeter of the park and afforded us more privacy then most sites. Even with the freeway construction, the park is pretty quiet with little freeway noise and distant train. You are in a city, so some traffic noise is to be expected. Safe park with security gates. We would stay here again. - 10-10
Apr 2012 - $45.00
The name is now Terrace Village RV Park. This is a clean park with frequent distant train noise; especially at night. Sites are concrete, narrow, short, and not level. Most have a tree. Sites are separated by thin strips of grass. Roads are asphalt, narrow, and in very good condition. The Staff is friendly and helpful. Verizon data service works well. The mens room has two showers. One lacks a curtain between the shower and the dressing area. Water pressure is low. - wjzcbn
Sep 2011 - $50.00
Grand Terrace is just off the freeway close to Loma Linda. Seemed like a number of campers were there to be near family at the hospital. It's hard to find a decent place in east LA and this definitely fills the bill. Small, significant number of permanent residents, quiet but easy freeway access as well as close to grocery stores, etc. Would definitely recommend this as a safe base from which to explore east LA. - ldukeb
Sep 2018 - $33.00
If you enjoy residing in an RV Park that resembles Sanford and Son Junk Yard...Then Welcome Home! This Park is infested with flies, no cable/no wifi, overpriced and a waste of time! - Windman69
Jul 2017 - $45.00
To be honest, we were afraid of arriving after reading all the bad reviews. Which goes to show you....gated RV park AND the gates work. I asked the manager if he was are of all the bad reviews, and he said, yes, however, he has addressed many of the issues and will try to improve even more. The park was very clean when we stayed there - a week. Laundry, and bathroom facilities were very clean. Yes, the surrounding neighborhood is sketchy, but they were not getting into the park. Management and custodial personnel were very friendly and nice, and helpful. I'm not giving a 10 because of the surrounding neighborhood. However, we did feel safe inside the park. No WiFi, no cable tv. The only channel we could bring in with our antenna was PBS. :-(
For the price, I think WiFi and cable tv should be included. If you wanted WiFi, you had to go near the office. Our pickup barely fit on the lot...neighbors were awfully close - we could hear their conversations, as I'm sure they could hear ours. HOWEVER....we never had problems with any of the neighbors - they were all very nice and it seems like they look out for each other. - CampinAZFamily
May 2017 - $35.00
Ghetto park. Drugs, thieves. They should close this park down. Has a bad reputation in the visitors center. Wouldnt recommend it to anyone. Owners don't care about the park just want money. REALLY!!! Can't keep managers long. Some are rude. Dirty park. Old trailers alot of strange people in and out at night and in the daytime. Need to close this PARK!!! - G Holloway
May 2017 - $55.00
We booked for two nights as we were in town for a funeral. The manager checked us in and guided us to our site which was extremely small. It was surrounded by permanents which is fine. We then noticed some activity that was very unsettling. We spent a total of 1 hour there and baled out! This is a frightening place. We moved to another nearby RV park and had a nice stay. - ronman
Jul 2010 - $64.00
This park is an older mobile home park that has been very well kept. They cater primarily to weekly and monthly stay which are exceptionally reasonably priced. The sites are quiet, level, shaded and located close to all amenities. Streets are paved and lined with palms This park is ideally situated for campers undergoing treatment at the VA hospital or Loma Linda. It is about 2 miles from Interstates 215 and 10. i would strongly suggest calling for reservations if you will be arriving on the weekend or off business hours. It is an excellent location for exploring the Inland Empire and San Bernardino National Forest. Colton is a Railroad City & it is an easy drive to Cajon Pass. This park would also be a good stop before or after facing LA traffic on I-10. This was the first time we have ever stayed in an older Mobile Home Park & we completely enjoyed it. - travelnurse
Oct 2018 - $41.00
Nice park, handy to the Interstate. Shopping nearby, quiet, located next to an elementary school. Very snug, but not surprising and we had enough room for us and our toad. Utilities were handy. Bathroom Showers, and Laundry were clean and pleasant. - Rae & Mark
Aug 2018 - $38.00
The owners were very polite, their children too. They checked us in quickly and when we needed to stay an extra night, they accommodated us. They even changed our original back in spot to the one pull through they have. There is good shopping nearby, the park is close to the freeway but quiet. Would definitely stay here again. - Marian P
Mar 2018 - $38.00
Easy to access from I-10. Check in was quick and informative. We were asked if we needed assistance parking our coach (we declined). We were assigned site 102 and the instructions given to access the site were perfect. The lady that looked after the check in did a great job. Parameter roads are paved/concrete. The roads are a bit narrow but we had no problem navigating. We watched large 5th Wheels and Travel Trailers being placed by the manager using a Forklift and he did a great job. Our site was totally concrete with a small area for plants between sites. There was no table or fire pit. This is an urban park so understandably, things are tight. There were a few permanent rigs but all was neat and tidy. This is a very well run operation. I would love to give it full marks but.....after parking our coach I discovered that the 30 Amp service was being used by the unit parked in 101. I walked to the office to make them aware of my problem and was immediately accosted by the manager as I walked in the door. I was asked to leave because I was bare chested (I'm male). It was pretty warm out and I was in set up mode, hardly a big deal. I checked for a notice on the door for a "No shirt, shoes" notice. Nothing in the printed rules. How rude and pom pas! - Rollin Ollens
Oct 2018 - $39.00
Large park with two separate camping loops. Lakeside loop is older (and slightly cheaper), with sites very close together on a dirt/gravel surface with tight, bumpy gravel interior roads. This loop is a mix of back-in and pull through (all "buddy" type) RV sites and tent camping sites. Cottonwood loop is for RVs only and spacious with FHU concrete sites and wide, paved interior roads that are easy to navigate (and is the best loop for big rigs). Sites here are a mix of back-in, pull through and pull ins. We stayed in site 216, a back-in which was VERY long and level. Park entrance is gated with code provided for after-hours access. Different code given for restrooms and laundry area. Newer bathhouse had two private handicapped bathrooms with toilet and shower (one out of order), a separate toilet area for each gender, and a separate shower area for each gender. All were cleaned daily. Laundry area had 5 washers and dryers ($1.00 per wash/dry) but required non-refundable tokens to use due to prior vandalism (and the park advises to keep everything locked up due to theft in the area). Park has a small splash pad (open Easter through Labor Day), 2 playgrounds, mini golf ($5 per person and the nicest we've ever seen), plus two stocked fishing lakes. Verizon service was good. No cable provided and only a handful of over the air channels. Park has a well-stocked store with gifts, snacks, ice, RV supplies and beer. They allow you to wash your RV at your site. Park does not allow mail/packages to be delivered. There are LOTS of ants here, so come prepared with spray and keep an eye on your jacks. Some noise from the nearby local airport and a train, but not bad. Free wifi offered but we didn't use. No restrictions on age of RVs here. No propane sold on site. Staff were friendly and made regular patrols through the campground. We loved this park and wouldn't hesitate to stay again! - RVIN 24-7
Oct 2018 - $40.00
This is a review for those looking to go here. First and foremost, let me state that I like this park and would return each and every time I go to this area. 1) Upon check in I was given a notice warning to secure everything when leaving the trailer/park for a period of time or during the overnight hours -to prevent theft. 2) There are four major animals that inhabit the area of the park, Wild pigs (scare easily, but tear up the grounds pretty good), Weasels, skunks and coyote's. We hear the coyotes a few mornings, and swathe results of visits from the pigs on two occasions during the week. 2) WIFI - the park does have free WIFI, BUT it is sketchy at best for an internet access. comes and goes constantly. 3) If you need to use the park shower facilities or the laundry, you MUST obtain non-refundable tokens from either the store or the entry kiosk during business hours.. That being said, the washers and dryers are actually pretty good. 4 tokens each ($1.00 each) - 4) ANTS !!!!!!!!!!!!! Be ready with your preferred method of preventing the little pests from entering your rig. I had stepped in/on an ant hill while connecting utilities and they really swarmed; I sprayed the crap out of them and the area and also put down some killer bait.. Had I known in advance I would have been better prepared and not had to go out and buy ant spray and bait. Okay, about the site itself, in the newer campground the sites are all concrete, close to level with a decent separation between sites. We had a pull thru (208) that was barely long enough for the trailer and truck, so I had to get creative with parking the truck at the site to keep it off the grass and out of the roadway. - Sergent Major
Oct 2018 - $49.00
Lovely park. Lots of grass and trees. There is a Lake View section that seems to be packed tightly. We were in the Cottonwood section that had huge sites with large lawns and cement pads. No cable. Supposedly there was WiFi but we could not get it to work. Pretty little lake. Apparently the sprinklers came on overnight—Fire ring was swamped, no way could wood burn there. Super nice check in. - ClayLady
Aug 2017 - $1.00
This rv park is available to customers who are having work done at Redlands Truck & RV. This is not a public use park but for customers only. It is about a block from the shop and is gated. Very convenient. We have stayed here before when we have had work done. Perfect for fulltimers. Again, this is NOT a public use park. - Trafficdude
Nov 2014 - $18.00
This campground is only for Elks members. The park is quiet, although it lies near the highway. The employees of the lodge are very friendly and helpful. They have 30 amps, water and wifi. The dump station is in front of the building. The key to the dump station is located in the office. Just a mile away there are supermarkets and other shops. We were happy here and would definitely come back. - Myrvisbig
Nov 2013 - $15.00
A members only park. RV parking is behind the lodge. There are many RV's in storage here (15 or so). The 5 transient spaces might be reservable with a phone call, though the Elks RV book doesn't indicate this. The book indicates a 2 week maximum stay; however,during our visit there were 3 rigs here with over a month in the same spot. We saw one other rig spend 1 night during our 5 night stay. It would appear that the lodge is flexible for whatever a person needs. Shopping is nearby. - Bucky Beaver
Jun 2017 - $45.00
This was an accidental find. Our truck broke and we had to get a tow to the closest RV park. Stayed here 4 nights. Staff was very accommodating with our day-to-day extending with the approx done day of our truck. No issues. Nice camp.. friendly full timers, loved their laundry facility... it was on your honor to pay them but it was nice being able to do a small load or run the dryer for a few more mins. You just paid the front desk. Only bad thing is we had "no service" and I mean zero, zip, zilch... we would have to drive all the way down the hill to get bars. AT&T. One of the full timers had Verizon and she could get service. - Ranger18
Jan 2010 - $30.00
This is an OK spot to stay if you need to be around the Northeast corner of the LA area. An interesting drive from I-5, one might think to be lost, but it shows up on the Garmin. It is not fancy, old, lots of permanent sites. It is a little tight to get in and out of, but cheap. - mebehr
Dec 2007 - $25.00
Has about 25 sites with cable and full hookups. The rest are water and electric. Has a dump station. There are lots of shade trees. Its a very pretty setting. Manager is hard to find. - Julianne
Mar 2017 - $1.00
We camped here for 2 nights free, and had to listen to a sales presentation. There are 3 (small) lakes around the park. One is stocked with catfish during the warm months, one is stocked with trout for winter/spring. Our site was #25, back-in next to the catfish lake. Most sites are full hook-up with 30 amp service. Only 27 sites are 50 amp. All campsites are first come, first serve, and the 50 amp sites go fast, and are placed sporadically throughout. At the time the catfish lake was closed off, as we were told it was drained and being refilled. Many people were catching trout, good size ones at that. One of the small lakes is just for looks, and no fishing is allowed in it. There are many activities scheduled monthly, a small general store, recreation room, bar, restaurant, laundry and restrooms. Our stay was mid-week, Tues, Wed night. The campsites were clean enough but some looked quite uneven. This is a membership only park, and they check applicants for Megan's-law violations for the safety of the children. Everyone was very friendly. No wood campfires but charcoal BBQ's are allowed (small ones provided at the campsites) and covered campfires with Duralogs (wax coated logs) are permitted. Wood fires are controlled located next to beach areas of the lakes for large parties or group fires. - slbenter
Dec 2016 - $1.00
We have access to this park through ROD - Resorts of Distinction. The park is in the San Bernardino mountains and normally has 3 lakes which you can camp around. Most sites are back in and have full hookups. Lots of good walking, on site general store and restaurant. We try to stay here at least twice a year. Lots of fishermen catching trout. - AndiamoBrian
Sep 2016 - $1.00
We decided to become members of Resorts of Distinction and this was the first park we visited after joining. Once a member, there are no charges associated with camping--they list a $3 charge for cable TV hookups which are available in most of the park. Really nice "park model" cabins are available throughout the campgrounds for a charge of $49. We were there on a weekend and there were a number of scheduled activities both for adults and kids, excellent live music, a discounted buffet style dinner, and a DJ in the evening in the restaurant, which also features a full bar and an adult center with an adults only pool.
We found a beautiful grassy site on one of the two lakes, and enjoyed beautiful views of the mountains and the lake. There were a fair number of campers fishing in the lakes--we saw a few catfish and trout.
The area is resplendent with trees of every kind, willow, cottonwood, pine, oak, crepe myrtle. This campground is very park-like as opposed to seeming more natural and rural. There is a lot of cultivated grassy area, although only in a small percentage of the campsites. There is an Adult center, a Family Center, a General Store, a restaurant, a reception area and an adjacent grassy area where vendors set up their wares during music events. Participation was high at the music event, and the mood was very cheerful--something we don't always see at campgrounds. The campground has many installed wi-fi stations to provide free wi-fi throughout the park, which seems quite easy to access. Unfortunately due to recent fires in the area, the wi-fi was not working at all. We have access to Sprint, Verizon and ATT on our cell phones and tablet, however, there were a high percentage of areas where we could not get cell service at all. - Joy of Life!
Sep 2018 - $27.00
We actually stayed here in the months of July, August and September. We adore this National Forest Campground. The sights themselves are spacious. However, not all the pads are and many are not very level. We tried different areas in the hookups and found several that we feel suit our needs. Most of our camping was from Monday to Friday noon. With school being out, the campground was quite busy. On weekends just about every spot in the park is reserved so I recommend going to Recreation.gov to either make reservations or see what might be available. There is a 2.8 mile hiking trail and a couple of shorter trails. The restrooms and showers are almost always clean and stocked. Each site has a very large picnic table and a fire ring. You can buy firewood at the check-in booth or at the camp host's sites. The roads throughout the park are a little narrow which could make it difficult for some bigger rigs. Many of the sites have length restrictions so I would advise checking either the Recreation.gov website or call the park to make sure your rig will fit. The staff are very friendly and accommodating. Lake Gregory and Lake Arrowhead are close by. This is our go-to place to beat the summer heat. - Nana May
Oct 2015 - $48.00
A beautiful location up in the mountains, but not for the faint-hearted or for vehicles prone to overheating. The drive entails 16 miles up a switchback road, precipitous drop-offs on one side. I drive a 40-foot rig, and some of the hairpin turns meant using both lanes!
Once there, the place is isolated, tranquil, beautiful. Our wooded campsite was isolated enough that we didn't see anybody except the park ranger soon after we arrived. Shower house was an easy 1/4 mile walk, nice hot showers, spacious shower stalls, everything clean.
Apart from the drive there, the only 2 negatives were that my GPS tried to take me in the back way, through a footpath (not the park's fault, but ended in a narrow cul-de-sac), then when we left, no exit signs! We were driving round loops not designed for a 40-foot RV for about 15 minutes till we found the camp host who gave us directions out. - RV-Roamer
Oct 2014 - $38.00
We have stayed at this forested campground years ago and decided to come back for a visit. Our site was sloped quite a bit from back to front, which caused the front wheels of our MH to be off of the ground. The trees were very close and our front door opened between two trees, which made it kind of an obstacle course getting in and out of the door. All of the usable space was behind the rig. The 50 amp service worked well, and there was a water faucet close enough to the rig so I could get water at the site using about 75' of water hose. The big negative for me was the addition of the new "pay dump station" at the front entry. The price of the park was pricey in itself for the lack of full hook ups, but the new dump station charges a $10 per dump fee whether you are staying in the park or not. I stayed 5 days in the park, and brought a gray water tote to allow for the extended stay. I was shocked by $10 per use fee for registered campers. $2 to $3 would have been reasonable, but $10 is just ripping off the public. In my opinion, these unreasonably high fees will just encourage campers to illegally dump there gray water on the ground. I will not stay here again just because of the dump fee. - SargeW