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26 RV Parks near Camarillo, California
We did however find 26 campgrounds within 25 miles of Camarillo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Camarillo in the left hand column.
Jan 2017 - $59.00
Ok, I feel badly because this was the only place that answered the phone at 9 pm and let us in. We had gotten robbed while camping at another park, and wanted to leave that location. But ... this place was a pit. We got placed in the front section, to the right of the check-in (which took 20 minutes - I'm surprised they didn't take our blood type and make us pee in a cup). The "hookup" sparked and the faceplate fell off when we tried to plug in. There were animal droppings everywhere underfoot. We didn't bother hooking up our water. Frankly, the place was just disgusting. We came late, left early and all for the highway robbery of $59. Pass this one by and don't look back. - Experiencebliss
Jul 2014 - $44.00
This park is mostly long term residents, very few sites available to reserve nightly. The manager stated that their company policy is that if a long term resident extends, a nightly person even with reservations is placed in their overflow area. The overflow area was stated to have hookups, but water and electric only, no sewer. In fact there were no hook ups; electric was run from the office and not sufficient to run AC. If you plan to stay during warm months, I would recommend you have a working generator for AC. Water hookup was fine. The water hook ups are hose bibs around the perimeter of the overflow, which is a very large parking lot. The water hook ups were fine. The restrooms were clean; the staff was friendly and as accommodating as they could be. The park was overall in decent shape, nice in the overflow area where we parked, but many sites inside the park were not well kept up. There is no dump station at this park. - MarvMarvs
Apr 2012 - $44.00
The worst RV park where we've ever stayed. Owners break their own rules. They claim no coaches older than 12 years, yet most were. 8'x8' tent set up next to our site made it nearly impossible to park (tents supposedly not allowed). Filthiest park I've been in with trash strewn everywhere. No obvious signs of maintenance. Backing in is necessary yet the sites are angled the wrong way to the direction of the street. Parking of vehicles on both sides of the very narrow roads also make parking a real challenge. Dogs running off-leash. "Dog Park" is long and wide enough but parked vehicles, trailers, etc cover the whole thing making it impossible to use. Dog waste everywhere. Phone contact with owners and managers was very unpleasant. We've paid less for much better accommodations. Honestly, don't even think twice about staying if you see this name and the photos are an illusion! Learn from our mistake. - jbd
Apr 2018 - $30.00
Rate is a weekly rate. Small park so sites are tight but they do have a section for parking tow vehicles if they do not fit in site with rig. Very clean. Staff friendly. Great location for visiting Ventura and Oxnard from. Is close to main street but used ac so no street noise. Good cable and all hookups worked properly. Grocery, pharmacy and fast food very close. - The Petersons
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Let's start with the office hours, 1 to 6pm Monday thru Saturday. Closed on Sunday. Campground is in town and noise from Harvard Blvd is pretty constant. Sites are very close. Wi-fi is poor. The morning I was leaving maintenance was blowing the asphalt creating dust. Wouldn't have been bad but my just cleaned truck windows were covered in dust. When I exited the campground my hitch bottomed out. - jnateg
May 2017 - $28.00
Very much enjoyed my one week stay at the Mountain View RV Park. Check in was friendly and easy and I was given a nice site next to a pretty grass lawn and a fire pit. The park was nearly full but dead quiet throughout my entire stay. The only noise came from the property behind the park and it was minimal. Friendly neighbors in this park. Yes there are ants, as they point out at check in, but not one of them entered my trailer in a week. Would gladly return and will! - RV_CamperGuy
Mar 2015 - $35.00
First off, there should be two separate listings for Point Mugu: Thornhill Broome and Sycamore Canyon, which are entirely separate and completely different campgrounds. This review is for Thornhill Broome.
So, let's be frank... there's a good chance your neighbors are gonna suck. They might be party types, they might be stinky generator types and they might be barking dog types.... or all 3. So, there's that. And you're probably gonna feel the wind of passing Highway 1 vehicles against the side of your trailer, because that's how close you are to the highway. BUT.... you'll also feel the rumble of crashing waves under your trailer, because that how close you are to the ocean. And what a magnificent ocean it is... the view here is honestly worth the crappy neighbors and traffic noise. - RV_CamperGuy
Jan 2013 - $38.00
We stayed a the Thornhill Broome campground. Sites are parallel parked next to the beach with room for a slide out. Sites are only 31ft nose to tail so it can be a little tight if someone is already in the sites in front and behind of yours. The rules say you must be on the pavement but all the trailers had the tow vehicle backed in with the rear wheels on the sand to fit. It gets crazy when you try to leave. The road is only 1 lane wide and you must go to the end of the road and do a u-turn in the cul-de-sac. No camp host and the State park employee was only there on Friday. A ranger from the Sycamore grove campground did make a daily run through the park. There was no enforcement of the generator hours, either. - tsparky
Jan 2012 - $25.00
We stayed at Thornhill-Broom. We love the place and dislike the people. The person next to you is either homeless or is a rig with a generator that could not care less about where the exhaust or the noise is pointed. If you want a quiet relaxing time at the ocean, this is NOT the place unless you like lawnmowers running all the time. - BBlast
Apr 2018 - $35.00
This park re-opened on Easter 2018 and is a good choice in the Ventura area. Camp host told me it will stay open until the next time the adjacent river floods, which probably won't be until late fall 2018, if it happens. The campground is a bit run down (California budget issues), but has a nice layout, has older but functional bathrooms with hot showers (signs say you need quarters but you don't), and is quiet at night (trains are a long way off unlike other places in Ventura where they are right next to you all night long). No dump station or hookups. Beautiful empty beach is a short walk over the dunes. No day use allowed - only campers, so you have a gorgeous stretch of California beach almost to yourself. Saw several big rigs at some sites. Strong Verizon signal. Kiosk is open 8-6 with self-register after 6. Gate gets locked 10pm-8 am; you can drive out any time, but can't get back in after 10pm. I arrived on a Friday just as the kiosk was closing and there were lots of sites available as many people mistakenly think this park is still closed. Paid $35 a night for my RV which is a great deal in California to be this close to the beach. Extra vehicle fee is $10. - SV5B
Oct 2009 - $0.00
As of October 20, 2009, this park is closed for camping except on weekends. Call (805) 968-1033 for the current schedule. - Silver Tex
Apr 2009 - $30.00
This is one of our favorite campgrounds. Most of the sites are very spacious with lots of shade. The beach is close by and is a nice beach. There are some great trails for hiking. The people tend to be very friendly. The only drawback of this campground is that it doesn't have any hookups, but it does have a dump station and many spigots throughout the park. - moore
Jun 2019 - $43.00
Considering that much of the surrounding areas were heavily damaged by the fire and the campground group area was hardest hit, it was great to be able to come back to our close to home favorite campground. The campsites along the creek (dry and filled with sand debris from last Winter flooding) were closed as equipment and hand crews were finishing up getting them ready. All of the roads and campsites have been resurfaced but you may still need to level your RV. Also. it feels a little open as much of the brush is gone from the fire but the center sites still have plenty of trees. As always be careful on site selection as there are some with low hanging branches despite being listed as having enough pad length for your RV. Also. as previously mentioned, some of the electric hookups are on the wrong side but that is the exception thankfully. The price for just an electric hook up seems pricey which is why we always try for a non hook up. The dump was open and has two spaces, so on departure day it always seems to be available. The trails for hiking are very rutted from the runoff that occurred after the fires. Portable bathrooms at the beach as the fire went all the way to the sand and they were destroyed. A very rocky beach but some sandy areas. Surfing can be fun but again rocky, shallow and can get crowded where you take off by the rock. The camp store is open and offers a fair selection of those items you might have forgotten or you just want to buy a soda or cup of coffee. Not cheap but it beats the drive into Malibu or Ventura. - swn
Aug 2016 - $58.00
Some sites now have electric only. Our site had pedestal on wrong side so we just pulled in. Check for clearance, as tree limbs are over many sites. Construction of bridges has road to North Beach closed. Beach is just a walk under the highway but sites further inland can have quite a long walk. We have camped here off and on the past 10 years. - swn
Jun 2016 - $45.00
This State run campground is directly across highway 101, with beach access reached via the 101 underpass. The beach is great for surfing or just enjoying the sun. It used to be a beautiful place to camp, but thanks to your tax dollars at work, it's restrooms are seldom cleaned, the rules are not enforced and the campsites are a mess. They are left with trash, garbage and discarded personal items. There is an attendant checking you in, but expect nothing after that, not even a smile. Even the parking lot is dirty with trash cans that are either overflowing or non-existent. If you insist on staying here, the sites farther from the beach are much warmer than the ones at the front, and there is a small privately owned store within the campground that is the cleanest place in the park. - Justducky47
Apr 2019 - $60.00
Rate reflects weekly rate. Stayed here for 2 weeks, in upper "Pine" loop of this sprawling campground. It has many discreet areas spread out and laid out differently, so this really only reflects our experience in Pine...which we thought was best based on congested appearance of the other loops during weekends. CG is till recovering from the big "Thomas Fire" that swept through area in 2017, and as result still has no cable TV or camp store. There seems never to have been laundry facilities. While they are obviously still doing a lot of work on it, it is overpriced for now. Could not get any OTA TV, beautiful looking pool was still closed for season. Verizon signal was adequate but not great. Water tested very hard, so softener is advised. They have peacocks! While they are fun to look at, after third day their early morning penetrating calls were rather annoying. Good maneuverability in Pine Loop, level gravel site with fire ring and picnic table. Decent spacing between sites. There will be tons of families and kids here on weekends, typical for Holiday KOAs, so take that into consideration. Bathroom/shower facility in Pine section is up a short, moderately steep gravel hill, and would benefit from a set of steps, especially when coming down with wet shower shoes. Really nice setting though, with views across canyon to citrus and wooded hills, and all the staff were very friendly. - We Roamed and Rambled
Feb 2019 - $78.00
This is a nice park with lovely, wild peacocks that poop on your outside rugs and make a horrid sound. But they are beautiful, particularly when the cocks spread and shake their tail feathers. Sites are gravel and sand that gets tracked into your unit even with a rug and shoe scraper. We selected this park because of its proximity to Thousand Oaks and Ventura and we thought it would be reasonably priced. That was an incorrect assumption. It's in Santa Paula where there is nothing but the necessities. We were supposed to be in site Pine 12 which is a premium site but we were too tall and branches would have scraped. We moved to site Pine 13. It worked great but its right next to the CG sewer pipe. Very smelly. Here's the kicker: P12 (small paver patio) was $90/weekend nite and P13 was $78/weekend nite! Because the rates are not posted on their website, we would never have known had we not needed a price adjustment. We had to pay $90 for 2 nites because we didn't fit and they were sold out that weekend. We took someone else's site. Recommend when they know a 45' unit is coming they ask the height. We know CA is expensive but this CG is nothing special compared to other KOAs. There was also a fire recently so some things are not repaired. Also, learned they are still working their way up to KOA standards. Water is off the chart hard. Even with a triple filter water softener system we could barely keep up with the minerals. For kids, there is a very nice looking pool and pillow jump. There's supposed to be a zipline but it's not repaired yet. Ojai was an interesting town with nice shops and restaurants. About 8 miles from the CG. Would not stay again due to price. - FT Travelers3
Jun 2018 - $50.00
This campground experienced a terrible fire in December. However, they have made a great comeback. It looks beautiful. Cable TV doesn't work, the zip line is gone, but other activities and the sparkling pool are all open. We took our six year old grand child and she had a blast. Great campground for kids. Sites are wide. Staff terrific. They are still recovering, but still a great experience. - Doogiesmom
Nov 2016 - $26.00
This is a fairly large county park, with a small camping area. You don't feel like you're in a city, but the RV park backs to the railroad track. Commuter and short freight trains come by 10-12 times a day, starting at 5am, and running into the early evening. The trains are loud, honk their horns, but are short, so it goes by fast. This is the main downside to this park. big rigs can fit into sites 10-16, which also have 30amp and water, and are the sites that back directly to the tracks. The sites are not level, so some blocking is needed. The sites across are shorter, also not level and have 30a & water. There are also 13 group RV sites up above, which are located on one large paved parking lot. These sites also have 30a and water. There is one pay dump site, which costs $15 per use. There is one host on site, who is very nice and helpful. - Scott Hicks
Jun 2016 - $32.00
This is a no frills county park. The sites are asphalt back-in with water & electric. They do have a dump station. The sites are not very level, so bring leveling blocks. They do have a picnic table and a fire pit and are in a grove of trees so there is nice shade. There are train tracks right next to the park, but the trains are not very frequent. So for a couple of nights it is not a problem. The location of this park close to the Ronald Reagan Library makes it the best choice for visiting the library. - Michael Kibler
Jun 2015 - $31.00
We got to Oak Park late in the afternoon and found a nice spot and started to set up and a passenger train came by and blew the horn right next to us (the rail is elevated about 20 feet above the RV spots and just 15 feet from the site). Before we could recover from this experience, a freight train went the other direction (I am not sure why they did not run head long into each other). You could feel the freight train inside the RV. Therefore, we did not stay. There are few choices in the area but we could not handle the trains. - lyzzards
Apr 2016 - $31.00
We've stayed at Steckel Park several times within the last few months. The park itself is clean, camp hosts are very nice, and there are many trees. The overnight park is mostly dry camping with a small section in the middle for full hookups. Most of the tent sites are within close proximity to the main road so I would not recommend. The full hookup sites are all clean but somewhat close together. The back part of the park for dry campers is a bit more spread out.
The only bad parts about this park are the proximity to the main road (hear traffic all night) and the day use area bleeding over into the camping area. The campers are generally friendly but the folks coming over from the day use area are loud, obnoxious, and sometimes unbearable! The camp host try's to help but it usually dosn't work. And the police usually take a few hours to respond. Look at the park map before booking a site as some are close to the road and/or close together.
Per the camp host, you do NOT want to be there during any holidays as the park gets packed, it's loud, and music all hours of the night. I believe him!
We'll return for weekend getaways. Happy camping! - Kurt and Deb
Feb 2016 - $32.00
We had a nice shaded back-in site. The pull through sites are very close. The tent sites are really neat and some are close to a creek. The manager was super nice. It is in a larger day use park with big peacocks in it. Loved listening to them. Dogs can't go in the day use area but are allowed in the camping area. - Two_Huschels
Dec 2012 - $31.00
Nice county park with ten full hookup sites,regular spaced, level concrete pad, back in, picnic table, and fire pit. When we camped there in December just two other campers were there. It was fairly quiet during night time. Our rate reflects the winter rate which is less expensive than the other park across the creek. Good place for a weekend or stop-over. The exit lane has a tight turn so we took the entrance lane and had no trouble with our 34'fifth wheel. We would not recommend anything larger than 40'. We would stay there again. - TheSchweitzers