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Date of Stay:
December, 2015 -
There aren't many RV parks/resorts in the LA metro area, especially those that can accommodate our 40.5' rig so we consider ourselves lucky to have found this lovely RV resort. The staff have all been helpful, accommodating, and courteous. The views at sunset are breathtaking. Yes, the sites might be close and tight for a large rig but not more so than in many other RV resorts and parks.
The park's rules are fair and not unusual for a well kept, clean, and safe RV resort that accommodates daily, weekly, and monthly guests. These rules are evenly and respectfully enforced. The resort has excellent security with keycard access for guests, which is comforting.
Unfortunately, like the rest of California, Acton is suffering from a long term and extreme drought and the resort's grass has suffered from it. The resort waters the greenery per the current limitations imposed by the state and, presumably, the county. The pool is clean and available during the warmer months. Propane gas grills are permitted.
RE: WiFi/ cable. The wifi is barely adequate and the cable is very spotty throughout the park. However, if you are only going to be a short term visitor and/or you have alternate means for entertainment (eg, satellite TV/internet) this will not be anywhere near a burden. This area is full of wonderful things to do that are close or well within a few hours from The park. The views, especially at sunset, are spectacular. We camped at The Californian RV Resort in a Motorhome.
1) during warm/hot mths, bring anti-ant products (eg, sprays, powders) to spray around the outside of your rig.
2) The resort doesn't have a playground for kids. The Acton, CA municipal website may assist parents seeking local activities for their kids.
3) There's terrific shopping in the Palmdale-Lancaster area (10-15 min north on I14). There is also shopping in Santa Clarita (20 min south on I 14).
Date of Stay:
August, 2015 -
We found Cajun RV Park here on campgroundreviews.com and are thrilled that we did. When we arrived, we asked for a pull through site for our 40.5' rig and were given a grass covered site under a lovely southern pine tree. (However, LOL, we could have done without the squirrels who enjoyed snacking on the succulent pine cones & proceeded to drop the remnants on our rig! It sounded like a rock storm! But no biggie, the shade was appreciated.) Its laundromat & restrooms/showers are spotless and air-conditioned, which was much appreciated in the 95+ degree heat & extremely humid weather. The pool is small, clean, and family friendly but with no lifeguard.
The Cajun RV Park is virtually across the street from the beach and a shuttle from one of the casinos will stop here if you call them. There is complimentary coffee and muffins/sweet rolls in the morning served in the guest lounge.
We did not find the train that passes immediately behind the park to be as frequent or as obtrusive as others have denoted. We could however hear the intercom from the nearby firehouse. We camped at Cajun RV Park in a Motorhome.
We highly recommend the Cajun RV Park!
Date of Stay:
July, 2015 -
This is a very difficult RV park to rate as the staff was very friendly and accommodating but the sites are terrible. This is essentially a large black gravel parking lot across the street from the beach. The heat coming off the gravel raised the air temperature several degrees on an already extremely hot day (in the mid 90s). There were no trees, picnic tables, fire rings, or any other items one comes to expect of a nice RV park. The bathrooms & showers were immaculate. We did not use their wifi ($) as we have our own wifi hotspot. We didn't check out their laundry facilities. The daily/weekly section where we were parked was virtually empty but for one or two other RVs but this is the "off-season." We camped at Gulf Haven RV Resort (formerly Gulf Haven Campground) in a Motorhome.
I suppose that this RV park would be okay for a one night stay when the temperature is below 85 degrees.