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18 RV Parks near Casa Conejo, California
We did however find 18 campgrounds within 25 miles of Casa Conejo. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Casa Conejo in the left hand column.
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
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
Sep 2018 - $97.00
We stayed here because is was the nearest park to a conference we wanted to attend. We have never paid over $100 per night (when the dog fee was included) before and were sorely disappointed. We invited a couple of friends from the conference to visit and found that not only was there a fee for each guest, there was an additional fee for them to park! We were located fairly near the office and several times there was loud music or outdoor TV volume coming from the office area. The showers were clean but "dingy", steamy (no ventilation), and had no shelf and very few hooks. Over the weekend, the place pretty much filled up and that made the WiFi practically unusable. Overall, the experience would have been unacceptable at a $40 park but at over $100, it was a huge disappointment. - BirderBob
Aug 2018 - $89.00
Why the poor rating when the grounds look so nice? It is about the attitude of the management, the greed, and the freeway noise. Read the reviews--I have nothing else to add or waste my time on this place. - The Grumpy Camper
Jul 2018 - $105.00
Undoubtedly the worst RV Park that we've ever stayed in! Awful! Overcrowded, cars and trucks parked all over the place on the roads, so those that were pulling in couldn't get past the vehicles, and they had to go around knocking on all the RVs, Trailers & 5th wheels to ask the owners to move their trucks so that they could try to back into their site. We watched this couple struggle to get their 5th wheel in for ages. Terrible! Children and dogs running everywhere with bikes and scooters just sitting on the roads and security didn't care. We had to pay $25.00 extra to 'reserve' a site and they located us in an area where getting out was almost impossible due to all of the vehicles parked on the road. We ended up damaging the back of our RV on a low hanging branch on the corner of the road as I was trying to avoid hitting parked cars and children. Their staff is non-caring and rude. It's located right next to the busy 101 freeway and a freeway exit/onramp, so no matter what site you're parked in you'll hear freeway noise 24 hours a day. They don't enforce any type of 'quiet time' so we had music, screaming and yelling well after midnight. They give you these stupid cheap paper wristbands to wear 24 hours a day, and I don't know why as no one ever checked them and 99% of the people weren't wearing them. Then when we went to leave, a guy was hitching up his tow vehicle right at the exit, and the rude security guy told me that I needed to back up and wait!?! Why would he let them block the exit to let someone hook up their tow vehicle? Greedy, overpriced, overcrowded, badly maintained and nasty personnel all around. Bathroom doors propped open so anyone could see the showers in use! All they care about is getting as many people in as possible. Probably several safety and fire code violations involved here. God help anyone trying to get out in an emergency! We will never ever go there again, and I recommend avoiding this place like the plague! - ClassA_CA
Sep 2009 - $28.00
Dry, dusty and empty. That was the campsite at the end of September 2009. No doubt this lake is very popular with boaters and is likely very busy in prime season. Our visit was a disappointment: the restrooms were gag-a-maggot dirty, the dust was overwhelming and there just wasn't much to be said in favor of the campground except it's location which is half way between the Hwy 101 and I-5 freeways between Ventura and Magic Mountain. This campground's not for us - we will not stay again. - Aloha Utah
Jun 2009 - $25.00
Very pleasant campground - we had space #25, mostly level. Fire ring & table at site. Shaded with olive trees (caution! Olives on ground!). This is park is adjacent to L.A. and attracts many families. Park has snack bar. Golf cart sells both ice and firewood. Very nice get away; enjoyable. Fishing & boat rentals at lake. Snack bar. - ms883
Jul 2017 - $63.00
Lovely city space. Large gravel spots, great clean pool, bathroom could use some updating but was fine. Laundry reasonable priced. Really nice staff. Recreation room with pool table and foosball, library, community kitchen. It is a busy RV park, if you are close to the entrance you will hear car noise, but not obtrusive. - Eliz Plam
Jan 2017 - $65.00
This is a park in transition. Many long-time residents are being moved out to accommodate newer rigs at higher rates. Long term guests must sign a lease and agree to 15 pages of rules. The park is clean; the restrooms, while small, are clean and tidy. The laundry room could use some updating. The clubhouse is spacious but dull and poorly used. The pool was not open while we were there. The staff is very friendly and attentive. They do their best to provide a clean and quiet environment. Most long-term folks here are working people, so the park is largely empty during the daytime. - rfmscat
Dec 2016 - $51.00
The one thing you do NOT have when staying in the LA area is choice. You come here for a safe place to park and hookups for your RV while you're going out to see the sights of LA.
We stayed in the front, and there is a LOT of traffic noise from sun up to midnight. It actually quiets down overnight, but when it's happening, it's loud. And there are a LOT of sirens. And trains.
There are quite a few long term renters who seemed nice and the place was clean and well-kept.
It's "pet friendly," but we were told not to let our dog go anywhere in the RV park. There is a strip of grass out front that pets use (on the high traffic street) or you can walk a couple of blocks to a park in the area.
The laundry was $1.50 a wash (top load) and $1.25 to dry (front load). The sites are gravel and wide enough for your RV and to park a vehicle, and our site was JUST long enough for our 40' RV. No tables or patio. There is a pool, laundry room, clubhouse. We were here a week and never saw anyone use the pool, and it needed to be cleaned.
The Wi-Fi worked but was SLOW, and from the other reviews I'm guessing we got a signal because we were near the clubhouse. - chasmyn
Aug 2018 - $10.00
I'll admit that since I was driving the RV, it's my fault. Having said that, I'll never be back. I pulled in and asked about openings for the night and there were some. We decided not to stay and when I asked about going down to the wide spot, I was told to follow the sign 50 feet from the check in booth. I commented that it was too small and was told that's where I'd have to turn around. I should have been a grumpy camper and driven in to a real turn around but I followed her directions. Dumb on my part. The turn around had cones preventing me from using the whole"road" and while avoiding the parked car in the way. I hit the parking sign scraping a 5 foot scrape down the side. A forty foot coach was too tight. My fault but it doesn't fix the scrape or improve my attitude about the person in the check-in hut. So excuse my bad review but her comment was, "people drive that way all the time. This is my first ding in ten years so I'm not a rookie just disgusted with myself for listening and poor advice. - John n Bonnie
Mar 2017 - $40.00
Hey. It is what it is. Totally dry camping on beach front dirt. Sandwiched between a rocky beach and the railroad tracks on a piece of what's left from what was US Hwy 1, PCH. WE LOVE IT but it does lack alot that you get in the fancy places. Ranger checks daily to see that all vehicles have tags indicating that you are paid up and otherwise they leave you alone. - Tom48
Feb 2017 - $30.00
Stayed here one night, during off season, lots of spaces to choose from. Rate is $30.00 for one vehicle plus $10.00 for each additional vehicle. All sites are primitive - boon docking only. You enter the park/campground, pick your spot and go back to the entrance to register. Ditto previous reviews with the additional comment that the sites do vary in size and are close together. Not a lot of maneuvering room for the inexperienced. Light sleepers beware, you will hear and feel the trains go by - no big deal for me. You have the roaring ocean in front of you and tall scenic cliffs behind. We saw a good number of surfers on the water. Everybody we met was extremely friendly. If you can do primitive with a little noise this is a great spot. Found the rate high for lack of facilities but worth it for the location. We heard - but did not experience, that items left out overnight may grow legs and disappear. We did not leave anything out. I would/will stay here again if opportunity permits, hopefully for longer than one night. - ECM1
Oct 2017 - $40.00
The flies were awful, and lots of ants. Otherwise the park is beautiful. Gates close at 10. Wouldn't stay again because of flies. - Bob Gammie
Jul 2017 - $36.00
Went to Lake Casitas and it was full, ranger directed me to this little gem. Don't like crowds and had spent 2 days trying to snag a spot on the beach at Rincon Parkway. What a nightmare. This park has had the full hook up sites recently renovated and the pads are new and level. Full hookups--water, electric, sewer. Lots of oak trees, lots of shade. Picnic tables and fire rings. They have restrooms too but did not use them. Spaces are far apart and I love that. Wish more parks were this way!
No activities here. Just relaxation and maybe some exploring and hiking. City of Ventura is close, as is the town of Ojai. - Kernvilledaddy
Jan 2011 - $30.00
We had intended to stay at Lake Casitas, but learned about the 2-night weekend minimum the hard way. At the end of a long (but fabulous) drive over 166 down winding but gorgeous 33. The fellow at Lake Casitas sent us to nearby Foster Park, a teeny tiny park that is well past its glory days. Trails are barricaded, and for good reason. Tree limbs are down everywhere, no maintenance of any kind. The 10 RV sites are paved (back-ins) but pretty off-level. There is a fair amount of road noise, too. It's OK for a one-nighter, but we should have gone back toward Ojai and stayed at Camp Comfort, where we could have at least, walked the mile to downtown Ojai. Here, we're sort of stuck (no toad) on a highway with the bad trails. Oh well. Better luck tomorrow, as at least we have Internet access for better research. - JCLC
Feb 2016 - $35.00
$3 per dog. Very quiet, just 11-14 miles from Ventura beach camps (which have no facilities). Great base camp for exploring area, including coast. Slightly warmer without sea breeze but not bad at all. Showers and laundry are coin operated. Only 15 sites, nice. (Although a few have hookups on wrong side).
Someone else posted about spiders, I have not seen any (or bugs in general). - Ronert2370
Jul 2015 - $40.00
Nice small secluded park. Only 15 camp sights. But all have full hook-ups. Park has a laundry (did not use) showers are pay showers (did not use). Ventura county park so no pool. Has a nice grass day park area. No dogs allowed in day park. Sights are paved, but other than that its all dirt. Large trees so park has shade. $1.00 charge each day for your dog. River is very overgrown & has no water. Lots of spiders. Needs pest control. - Yepwearedoingit
Sep 2012 - $40.00
There is a sign stating Camp Comfort - but nothing whatsoever letting you know there is a campground there. We parked our rig across the street and walked in. All we could find were signs saying "Day Use", and the entry was very tight and curvy with large trees hanging down, so we figured that no way could motorhomes get in. We kept on driving and driving and driving (using up our expensive diesel fuel), then finally pulled over and called Ventura Parks & Rec., talked to a grumpy employee who said the Day Use area we were at was the campground! You have to pass the "day use only" area and continue on to find the campground. We went back and surprisingly were able to get our motorhome in. It turned out to be pretty nice, only 1-2 other campers and it's above a small creek and only a mile from town. Price a little steep for what you get, but we'd stay again. - g & c on the road