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22 RV Parks near Altadena, California
We did however find 22 campgrounds within 25 miles of Altadena. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Altadena in the left hand column.
Jun 2005 - $26.00
Campground is closed, new houses are being built in its place, very sad. - rroch
Feb 2010 - $20.00
This is basically five pull-through spots in front of a permanent mobile home park. But the good news is that it is right off the I-210 freeway so it is a perfect over night stop off if driving between Palm Desert and Northern California. I called ahead and the lady asked me to put $20 cash in the mail slot of her door if I came late. When I left early in the morning, two other rigs had pulled in. You can not even put out slides as the spaces are that tight. I was able to pick up some Wi-Fi from a neighbor and quite a few TV stations came in via antenna because of being so close to Los Angeles. It was a bit noisy and absolutely no ambiance, but for a very reasonable stop-off with electric, we found it very convenient. - WinnebagoTraveler
Sep 2019 - $1.00
If you like dust and dirt, this may be the place for you. It appears there may have been grass throughout the park at one time, but that is no more. Now, when the wind blows, so does the dirt. Sites are large and a lot of them are pull-throughs making them easy to get into. Lots of long-term residents live in this park, including families. Our Verizon MiFi did not work here and you had to pay to use the park's wifi up at the lodge. We ended up going to McDonald's to use their free wifi one afternoon. AT&T cell phones worked fine as did Dish satellite. A train track runs next to the park, but the noise wasn't frequent at night, so it didn't really keep us from sleeping. - Bobbi1948
Jul 2019 - $60.00
First of all, the booklet I received about the Thousand Trails facilities impressed me because I remembered I had visited a few of these campgrounds in the 80s and were nice. However, my visit today was not what I expected. The place is run down, unkept, shabby and unorganized. The only decent area is the entrance building with a very well kept green piece of grassy area. The spaces are a mess and many, I mean many do not have working electricity or the boxes are broken or taped off with marker scribbles. We counted over 30 just as we drove around looking for a spot. The workers were non existent. The volleyball area is full of weeds as is the tennis area. There is no assigned space to you, it's first come basis and some people were taking up 2 spaces and tents were camping in full hookup RV spots. We could not allow our kids to walk alone to any the pool, rec room or bathrooms! There was a whole area that was closed off and the second parking area was just disgusting. To ge honest, I did not feel safe whatsoever. Then the catalog says WiFi yet we had none and even when we paid for it- it never worked! The BBQ pits are in disrepair and the tables are so old and broken. There is nothing nice about this place and it is disheartening that the wonderful place I remember as a young girl is completely gone. I will not be back and suggest you don't either! This place is a complete mess! - Silvarado
Apr 2019 - $1.00
We have been going here for many years, each year it gets worse than the year before. It has always been mismanaged by 1000 trails, they should sell it to someone that will bring it back to it's glory years when everything in the park worked as it was suppose to. I was so upset with the decline in the condition back when I visited on Easter weekend 2015 that I contacted them with my true feelings. I was contacted by e-mail from one of their Admin. assistants telling me about their great 2 year plan to upgrade each site to 50 amp going section by section. Well we went on Easter weekend again 2019, 4 years later and not only have they not upgraded a single site to 50 amp, they now have 100 or more sites that had 30 amp electric in 2015, that do not have any electric now. Section B according to there park map has 170 RV sites, only 58 of those 170 have 50 amp service, 88 of them do not have any electric whatsoever, but they did in the past. Section C, no 50 amp at all 15 with no electric at all. Section K, no 50 amp at all, 62 sites with no electric at all. Section M, no 50 amp. Section N, No 50 amp, 20 sites with no electric at all. Section Q, no 50 amp, 33 sites no electric at all. Oh, forgot section A and P, no 50 amp. Keep in mind they only have sections A, B, C, K, M, N, Q, AND P. You figure someone would label them A thru H to eliminate confusion. So bottom line, they have not added a single 50 amp site since the e-mail in 2015 but eliminated electric from 218 sites in that time. Great management!!!!! On top of the electric issues, the common areas are a total mess, the dump site by area B is a joke and not maintained. They I guess had some Easter activities, but was never informed in person or by pamphlet when I checked in on Thursday. I actually talked to a person, the one time I saw someone at the gate, I asked what the managers name was so I could contact them, and get this - they do not currently have a manager. I am sadly done with this Easter tradition. - alhebb
Aug 2017 - $40.00
The staff was very friendly and helpful. One of them even drove me around in the golf cart to check the available sites and pick the best one for my rig. The pool was great, clean and perfect temperature. They even have a night security guy at the entrance, nice to have even though this seems like a very safe area. The store was very well stocked with a good variety of items. They have a shelf full of dvd's for free loan. They have outside movies projected on Friday and Saturday night. The site was very large and easy to get into. The wifi was good all day and into the night. For some reason the wifi never worked in the waking hours, but always started up shortly after sun up. I use a EMS (electrical management system) and monitor my voltage very closely. The 50 amp service needs to be upgraded. During peak hours of the day one leg consistently dropped to 104 volts, the other leg had no such drops. Mid week when the park was less full the voltage didn't drop as much. There is a train track very close to the park. It seems some engineers blast the horns to upset the campers. Many trains didn't blast the horns. There is no grade crossing that I could find that would require blasting the horn. We slept fine leaving the fan on our roof air to drown out the train horns. The park clearly has no control over the train engineers so this shouldn't be held against the park. There is also almost no Sprint cell signal, again not the fault of the park owners. The ground is dry and dusty, high desert. Not the fault of the park owner. - Bob86ZZ4
Aug 2017 - $50.00
This large campground is located on Soledad Canyon Road between Palmdale and Santa Clarita. There are mostly back in sites with some pull through sites as well as tent areas. Typical of a KOA there are lots of facilities to keep the kids happy with playgrounds and a pool. Otherwise the campground is just a lot of dirt and dust. The driveways are pot holed and rough. A railroad track runs through the back of the property with frequent horn blowing Metro Link trains. There are lots of mature trees on the property that offer at least the possibility of getting some shade. We only spent one night here in a back in site on dirt with 50 amp electric, water and sewer. There is free WiFi which we were able to use in the evening when we arrived but disappeared the next morning. The bathrooms were OK, reasonably clean. On the plus side, the manager stopped by our site in the morning and asked if everything was OK with our site. This rarely happens in RV parks. We paid $50 per night. - Coopsecondact
May 2017 - $50.00
Don't be fooled, this is a fine dirt park, sand-like. Clouds of dust blowing getting into every crack and crevice. Now if you love the burned out canyon scenery, mostly treeless campground, then this is for you. I am not saying anything negative about the service levels...just dusty, dirty and windy. We could not get into our site, #32 which looked fairly new, because of a sand drift about 50' in front of the back-in area. I was not going to even try it and get stuck. So we did not stay and requested our weeks rents back. We are full timers and are appreciative of honest reviews, as this is. We travel in a 43' Motorhome with a towed. - Lost in America Tour