1 Park near San Dimas, California
May 2015 - $35.00
No wifi...not even a paid option. We stayed in a nice space in A loop, but it was near the trash cans (55g drums) so by day 2 we had an ant infestation. They offered us alternative sites in the F loop down by the lake, but the spaces were small and the neighborhood was a bit sketchy compared to loop A so we stayed up on the hill and battled the ants. It looks like about 40% of the spaces are long-term residents. Most keep their lots nice. Some...not so much. - 20fromnow
May 2015 - $43.00
Very nice park. Friendly staff. Reservations were made over the phone a couple of weeks before arrival. No problem with that.
Utilities worked well. Our space was somewhat unlevel, to the point our right front tire was about 3 inches off of the deck. The roads were easy to navigate. Security drove through frequently. - vwbluestar
Mar 2015 - $50.00
A very nice campground just a few miles from the Fairplex. We stayed there for an event at the Fairplex and we were glad we stayed there rather than on the Fairplex grounds. We had site A92. It was a pretty level paved back in site that had plenty of room for the toad in front of the RV. There was a very nice area to sit at the side of the RV. There was plenty of room between us and the next RV. In driving around, we noticed that some of the sites are quite unlevel so be careful which one you get. There is no wifi at the sites. You have to go the office to get the free wifi. I drove down the hill to great trails for running, biking and walking the dog. The roads were a little narrow but we had no trouble getting around in our 39 foot coach. The bathrooms and showers were clean. The grounds were very well kept. We disliked all the speed bumps they had. There is a gate with a guard that checks everyone going in. Overall, a very nice RV park. - Ludmilla