We came up to Sequoia RV Ranch to bring our granddaughter camping and see Sequoia NP. The RV park is clean and our site was fairly big and comfortable with shade trees and a fire ring. The staff is very friendly and helpful. We could hear the river from our site and our granddaughter loved tubing from the swimming hole area down to our campsite. The giant forest and crystal cave were awesome (but the hike back from the cave tired me out). Overall a very fun trip and we will come back, but in the spring or fall seasons. Three Rivers is in the foothills and it was VERY hot/humid all 5 days we were here (101-106 degrees). The only thing that would be better as far as the RV park goes is an upgrade on the restroom/shower facility or have one centrally located in the park. If you have a chance while at the RV park: talk to the retired LAPD officer and his dog "Pooch." He's a very cool guy and quite the artist!
Newport Dunes is a very nice park with some nice amenities. Like most RV parks by the beach the majority of campsites are tight and it is a little pricey. A lot of fun things for the kids to do though, swim in the bay on the giant blue whale, clubhouse, arts & crafts, summer outdoor movies. Balboa Island is a short drive/bike away and you can take the ferry boat over to the funzone. Nice looking park and it is maintained very well.
Campland on the Bay is definitely a family friendly park. The staff here is really helpful and courteous and it's right on the bay. Be prepared for a lot of kids though and our campsite was so tight that I couldn't extend my awning all the way out. Despite being in such close quarters (we could hear our neighbors problem with Mexican food) we enjoyed our stay there and the very friendly atmosphere.
This RV park is spotless with clean restrooms and laundry room (big points with the wife). Grounds are very nice with cement pads. They have a shuttle to take you back and forth to the casino from the RV area. Very close to Old Town Temecula which has a cool outdoor market on Saturday mornings. Just my wife and I came here to get a break from the kids, see a concert and play in the casino a little bit. We will come back again.
This is a gorgeous RV park overlooking the Pacific Ocean. Very clean, beautiful place with a nice dog walk area. You are not right on the beach but just north of Pepperdine University on a bluff above P.C.H. and the view is awesome! This was the first place I took my RV in 2006 and my wife and I just love it. It is a little pricier than some RV parks, but if you go in the off season it is fairly comparable. We woke up one morning and there was a deer eating vegetation right next to our trailer. We also saw several pods of dolphins swimming in the ocean while having dinner outside. We walked down the trail to PCH and had fish tacos and an ice cold beer then went shell hunting on the beach. Very nice RV resort.
This resort has a lot of nice amenities at the campground. Miniature golf, horseback riding, quad area with entertainment, bar, waterslides in summer, pool, etc. I really like this campground but the only drawback is it is getting too expensive to stay here. They provide extras on holiday week-ends but $100-120 a night is just getting too much for this middle class, Dad on a budget. I try to go in the Spring/Fall when rates are down and I have a great time. I would give this campground an 8 or 9 but the affordability factor brings it down a bit.
This is just a quiet little park to relax and enjoy the oak trees. My wife and I liked the laid back, friendly atmosphere. Not a lot of extra activities like at the nearby lake RV park, but sometimes that's just what we like. Nice staff, affordable rates.
This is a very good campground for the money. We camped by the grassy park area this last time, as opposed to by the lake. The campsites are large with plenty of room. Good local place to get away for a week-end stay. We will be back.
Well: Dockweiler kind of, is what it is. The campgrounds are clean and it is on the sand and the reasonable rates are the good points. However you are at the end of the LAX runway and the jet noise can be deafening. Also when the wind is just right, you get a lovely whiff of the Hyperion Sewage treatment plant a short distance away. I used to play softball tournaments on the sand when this was Imperial Beach which was fun, but for camping it is just too noisy. We also had some beer/food stolen overnight from our campsite. They have made improvements here but just not my idea of camping/chilling by the beach.
This is a very clean, small RV park not far from the Queen Mary. It's adjacent to a small inlet with a wildlife sanctuary but no ocean front sites available. Restrooms/showers were very clean and the staff was very nice. There is a shuttle called "The Transport" that will take you around to areas of Long Beach and has a stop right in front of Golden Shores RV Park. We went up to the Pine Street pubs and "had a few cool ones" and took the shuttle back. Lots of shops and restaurants in the area. Enjoyed our stay.
A nice park at the base of the San Bernardino mountains, sites are nice size and clean. A short drive to Oak Glen which is a fun place to go during apple picking season. Waterslides for kids in the summer. This is a small park so reservations can be a challenge, book early!
My wife and I stayed here in November and it was very nice. Great little cafe by the boat launch and lots of trees on our campsite. Best to get one of the sites with full hook-ups so book early, they were all gone by the time we made reservations so we had to watch our water level. We would definitely come back but prefer the Fall season over the crowds in the summer.
This is a nice RV park just a few minutes from Raging Waters in San Dimas. It is well kept with a friendly staff to help you. The only thing to beware of is the family of skunks that live in the campground area. They are very shy and will do everything to avoid you but they know when the campers BBQ and they will raid the trash for leftovers. If you have a dog just be aware that right before sundown the little critters will be roaming. Overall a nice park and we will come back again.
This is one of my favorite RV parks in Southern California, very clean and well maintained. Very friendly staff with great amenities, heated pool, beautiful grounds, nice store, and even a heater in the shower! A few minutes from Old Town, Gas Lamp district and all the attractions in San Diego. We have stayed here on 3 separate occasions and always have a great time. This is as good as it gets for RV parks in my opinion, it is by the bay so the RV sites are not real big which is usually the case at RV parks by the beach. That would be the only thing keeping it from being a 10 rating but a 9.9 ain't bad.
If an asphalt parking lot with a fence around it with no amenities by Mission Bay is your cup of tea then this is your place. The RV next to us was dumping their water by the picnic table. It is not one of my favorite RV parks. I would much rather go elsewhere.