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19 RV Parks near Lake Los Angeles, California
We did however find 19 campgrounds within 25 miles of Lake Los Angeles. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Lake Los Angeles in the left hand column.
Nov 2014 - $20.00
Note: For Elks member use only. This is an older Elks lodge, but overall their RV park is nothing fancy but serviceable. There are approximately 21 pull-through sites, most of which should be able to accommodate a total length of about 60 feet. I think 14 of the pull-through sites have concrete pads to park on, with the rest of the RV park being gravel. Most of the pull-throughs have bi-directional hookups (pull in either way). In addition to the pull-through sites, there are plenty of back-in and parallel parking sites. I can't imagine this park ever being completely full. There are no full-hookup sites but a sewer dump is located on site. During our stay the voltage was good and water pressure was 80 psi. Both Verizon and AT&T had weak but usable LTE signals. Upon arrival, register with the friendly and helpful campground host, who's site is marked. We'll definitely stay here again. - Gyropilot
Nov 2010 - $15.00
Dry camping perfect for running the bikes and buggies. Not very quiet, but worked well for us. Never used the restrooms. Only stayed one night and left for Dumont Dunes the next day. - wuwu2222
Nov 2009 - $15.00
Dry camping only. There are "sites" which have a fire pit, barbecue and a covered picnic table. Dirt bike, ATV and UHV riding heaven. Also a well known location for sailplanes, remote controlled planes and cars as well as time trials. Day use fees have gotten quite high at $15/day, $30/week. - MisoSoup
Mar 2018 - $20.00
Just a couple additions to the other reviews. WiFi worked good in site #29. The lodge does not take credit or debit cards so take cash or write a check. So of the trees could us some trimming. Good Verizon 4g service and if you have an on-board satellite dish park on the west end. - StarlifterFE
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This was an adequate place to park while visiting friends nearby. The main campground is a large, level gravel parking lot with treed sites along three sides. There is a common BBQ area with picnic tables, but nothing at the sites.The campground host and everyone in the Lodge were very welcoming. We had strong 30 amp service that ran our A/C and one other appliance without problems. Good water pressure. Good, easily accessible dump. There are many trains, but no noise from the apartments as reported earlier, perhaps because it was hot. It's best to approach from the east so that you can make an wide left turn into the west entrance. - Mingo Papa
Jun 2017 - $20.00
This is a gravel parking lot, but it did have 30 amp electric and good water pressure. It said there was wifi, but none showed up at our site. The people were very friendly in the lodge, but other than a place to park, it was noisy (lots of trains in the night) and abuts next to an apartment complex were people were throwing firecrackers in the lot and lots of trash just being thrown near their dumpsters. There were no sewer hookups, but a convenient dump station. A satisfactory place to park, but nothing fancy. - Ginny H
Nov 2019 - $45.00
To start, the back of our 43 foot fiver dragged turning into (and out of) the entrance from the road. They wanted copies of our trailer and truck registration and insurance as well as our drivers licenses. Navigating the roads was not too hard. The solar panel supports are y'all enough to clear even the biggest rigs. Turning into our site was very tight and required some finesse. Site was fairly level. Water pressure 42lbs. Clear LOS for Sat TV. Power was nominal. WiFi is so slow to be almost useless. Not acceptable in the 21st century. The hillside between sites is large loose gravel on plastic. My wife stepped on it and ended up sliding down to the next pad and falling. Luckily she was not injured. It's a hazard that should be fixed. There was one tree on our site that was forward and became a hazard when we pulled out. The power/sewer/water connections were at the back which made for long sewer runs with our rig. We had to park our tow vehicle in the monthly parking above the pool. There was a small dog run above the Poole with a sand base. Not much fun for the dog. - BBGuy
Oct 2018 - $38.00
I was drawn to this place by the photos posted of green grass. Caveat: there is NO GREEN GRASS! It's being replaced by cheaper-to-maintain but depressing to look at gravel that's a slip hazard for seniors and made me feel sorry for the kids and dogs. And the view of the beautiful mountains? Now blocked by huge ugly structures to hold solar panels. Not surprisingly, it's not a "resort" either. I expect an RV resort to be a destination stop, with entertainment, a restaurant or two, special features, maybe a casino. Here you get no cable TV (hookup is there, but they're no longer offering it) and wi-fi that doesn't work (I ended up tethering to my phone that was getting one bar of Verizon). There are no picnic tables or fire rings at the sites and no place to walk the dog but a dirt strip around the perimeter. Having said that it's probably fine for an overnight stop if you just need to do your laundry and shower. The staff in the office are pleasant. The pull-through sites are close to level and there is just enough room between sites to feel a little privacy. The restroom/showers are modern and spotless. There is a store with a few things you might need. There is a very nice pool and spa, although there are no umbrella tables and so no relief from the sun poolside. But whether it's the solar panel structures, the gravel, or the lack of picnic tables, the campground has a sterile, off-putting vibe. People tend to cocoon inside their rigs instead of socialize. I would have blamed it on the World Series, but it was like a ghost town at all hours. We arrived on a Friday and left on Sunday and I saw one person at the pool and two at the spa the whole weekend. Not a fun place. - KathrynB
May 2018 - $42.00
I'm adjusting my review from March 2018. We had been staying in this park for almost a year with our 2 dogs. In April we were given 30 days to get out or get rid of one of our dogs. One of our dogs barked at someone, and yes she was on a leash and controlled. We had not had any prior issues. Needless to say we left the park. We were not going to get rid of our pet that we've had for 8 years. The park itself is decent. We were lucky enough to have a nice wide site. It fit our 40 ft. MH and we were able to fit our Jeep if parked sideways in front of the coach. We could also fit another car on the side next to the MH. I'm not sure about the electrical problems unless it has to do with the solar panels that were just installed, we didn't have any issues while we were there other than the power being shut off during the installation (which we were notified of in advance). I have to agree with other posters that the office staff is horrible. You have to move every 6 months. We had told the office on 2 occasions that we wanted to hold a site as we knew the people were leaving. They said they would put our name on it and twice they gave it away to someone else. It reminded me of high school. If you're not in the "clique" then they are rude and not helpful. There is no dog area or playground and the "store" is very small. I wouldn't really call it a store. Laundry room only takes quarters and you need to get them at the office. No change machine. - eurodl