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16 RV Parks near Hidden Hills, California
We did however find 16 campgrounds within 25 miles of Hidden Hills. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Hidden Hills in the left hand column.
Nov 2018 - $57.00
Best location! Right next to LAX! Beachfront! 50 amp full hookup. Multimillion dollar view and access to beach. Level site. If you call you will see they actually have 5 45ft. sites, although they don't seem longer than the other ones in person. Our 43ft. coach barely barely fits in a 45ft. site but I could see how we could have squeezed in another 2 feet maybe:-) The back row is actually the best during winter because you have no one behind you except for extra parking spaces:-) They pile a high sand berm during winter that can only be looked over by the tiered back row too:-) Traffic is terrible, it took us 4.5 hours to get out of Los Angeles towards Vegas. - univmd
Oct 2018 - $65.00
Great place to stay if in the L.A. area. We were visiting our son and his family in Santa Monica, which was only a 20 minute drive away. This RV park is literally right on the beach at the Pacific Ocean. Because of its great location it is extremely popular so reservations are a must. You can only make reservations 90 days or less before arrival, so I recommend if possible calling in exactly 90 days ahead. The sites are level, and if possible, I suggest asking for the front row which is right on the beach itself. Sites are VERY close together. My neighbor, when backing in, asked politely if I could roll in my awning a bit since he did not think he could open his slide out without hitting my awning. Very child friendly place, and pet friendly as well with two dog areas (small but adequate for dogs to do their business). Very helpful and friendly staff at the office. If you expect visitors, you need to get a guest parking pass, which they only provide in very limited numbers so you need to go to the office first thing the morning of the visit and buy a pass ($7). The park tended to be a bit noisy with virtually every site filled and many playing music all day long. This park is right next to the airport, so you do hear planes taking off all day and night, but with the a/c running in the RV, this was not a problem. But this RV park is a real find and I would absolutely come back here if visiting L.A. in the future. - David642
Sep 2018 - $60.00
The view of the Pacific ocean is awesome. Beautiful sunsets on the water. The park itself is well maintained, with no frills. Parking our tow was a challenge on Fri and Sat but available along the back row against the wall. There are two fenced dog parks that is all sand. Neighbors are close and folks honored quiet times. Rules such as no bicycle riding in the park is not enforced. Also many walkers and bicycle folks from the outside wander in during the day. At night security is there to ensure nothing gets out of control. - Peter G
Jun 2005 - $26.00
Campground is closed, new houses are being built in its place, very sad. - rroch
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
May 2018 - $54.00
90% full time residents, pretty cool coaches in some sites and the mix was mostly clean, well kept sites with very cool art in a few. Staff was so friendly and they had a free barbecue they invited everyone to, really nice touch. I read the other reviews and have to say while they may have had some truth to them, for the most part they got it wrong, everyone was extremely friendly and everybody waved as they passed or said hello. The pool was great with a large Jacuzzi and the grounds were nice and well kept. Just my opinion, but the place was just fine and quiet, and I would stay here again. We choose this place because it was near a hike we had on our bucket list. - Rbradd
Mar 2018 - $30.00
We stayed here one week in July 2016 and could not wait to leave. Permanent residents' units for the most part were trashy, a few had done some "landscaping" to try to improve their sites, but the overall atmosphere was shabby and cluttered. No standards of cleanliness were enforced. Some units had decrepit add-ons. Sewer odors were obvious as we walked around the park. We quickly found another park in Valencia and moved with great relief. - Oregon5er
Feb 2018 - $40.00
Stay away from Castaic RV park in Castaic CA, north of Los Angeles. We made reservations for their park a few days ago. Finding reservations on short notice is hard since we have a 44ft RV and dogs. We arrive around 12 pm, checkout is 11. There is someone in our spot, that we requested. The girl working said her dad would move the other trailer. I'm waiting for confirmation, my boyfriend comes in and asks what's going on. She explains and he says OK and goes back to wait in the car with our pets, in the heat. 45 minutes later they haven't moved it, we are still waiting. We call and the girl says her dad is going to move it soon. 15 minutes later he comes out and says he's refusing us service because we are rude. Literally we waited an hour in the heat, had already paid and it was not easy finding another park. Not to mention the park itself is garbage. Tons of full timers there with trash and gross setups outside their rigs. Almost no amenities and beyond rude staff. I'm not normally one to write this sort of stuff but absolutely horrible!!! STAY AWAY. We thankfully got a spot at another park. Albeit more expensive but much nicer, full hookups, nice staff and tons of amenities. I'll say it again: stay away from Castaic rv park! - Annahkelley
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