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27 RV Parks near Stanton, California
We did however find 27 campgrounds within 25 miles of Stanton. You can also find a list of cities with campgrounds or RV Parks near Stanton in the left hand column.
Aug 2016 - $33.00
Rate is for monthly stay. Most people are here for work. Mostly monthly tenants. Kept up really well. Office staff are great. VERY tight spaces. Most spaces you will have to get your neighbor to move there cars/trucks to get it. - Spantz
Nov 2013 - $30.00
This is a glorified parking lot next to a mobile home park with 46 marked spots, two of which are occupied by the office and a small mobile home, so there are only 44 sites available for RVs. Due to a recent ownership change, this park is not allowing any RVs older than 2000. The only thing this park has going for it is that it is the only park in the area. If you want to use the mobile home park's pool facilities, it costs $50 (non refundable). The management recently trimmed the trees located around the edge of the park back to bare branches, so there is no more shade in the park. I paid the monthly rate. The dog area is a small strip of grass in the back, and maneuvering a big rig in the park is possible, but difficult. No tents or anything like them (e.g., easy-up) allowed. The only reason I would go back here is because I need to be in the area for a family emergency. - Hunterman
Sep 2006 - $40.00
Great, clean park. Management was exceptional. Sites are close together, and there is really no area for pets, but it's a safe, nice park. Usually a waiting list. - rollngstonz
Apr 2017 - $30.00
For the area a very good value .Close to Disneyland close to Knottsberry Farm easy access on freeway 22. Probably the only drawback that this park has is you do have some freeway noise you do have some secondary street noise, but it seems to quiet down at night. Power could be an issue come summertime or when weather gets hot it seem like the voltage was low and the amperage was low for 30 amp it may be a struggle if everybody has their air-conditioning on not sure just something I noticed . This lodge has a lot going on every night something is happening . They have an excellent Park area behind the lodge that is for members only that you can walk your pet in just remember to pick up any Pet deposits . Overall I felt very safe in the area there is a campground host here which is very helpful the dump station is very accessible. We would definitely stay here again . My only suggestion is parking try to park in the sites 4 through 18 you will be a little bit buffered from the street noise and you won't feel like you're sleeping in traffic , lol. They do have a coin operated washer and dryer set up the park is set up very good for RV'ers. My biggest suggestion would be call ahead let them know you're coming so you can make sure you have a spot when you get here.We camped here in a motorhome. - monaco cruiser
Jun 2006 - $47.00
The maintenance on the campground is excellent. Everyone is friendly. The pool is well taken care of. Showers and bathrooms are cleaned and disinfected everyday. There are plenty of tall trees for shade on the lots. Plenty of picnic tables to sit on. Wi-Fi provided by the owner through Boingo Wireless. You can see the fireworks from Disneyland everynight: 9:30pm. If you like a camping atmosphere, this is the place. There's no crime in the park. The place is very secure. The park has been here since Disneyland opened 50 years ago. I have enjoyed it greatly! - k.wettlaufer
Oct 2005 - $40.00
The man who runs the park was one of the worst people that I have ever delt with. Not a friendly man. Told me there are no other parks in the area which was a total lie. The sites are very small. All back in sites. Cats running around. Ants are a major problem in the park. There are a lot of trees in the park that shed a lot of shade but also a lot of seeds and leaves.The only nice thing about the park is Disneyland was with in waling distance. - Mrs Anne
Sep 2005 - $47.00
This is a private RV park to definitely stay away from. The listing in Trailer Life Directory states it has 35 full hookups (30/50 amps) sites. We made our registration for a space with 30 amp. Upon arrival the daily rate did not include a 13% tax. They tried to put us in a 15 amp plug-in telling us to use an adapter. We have a 30 amp coach. After a few words they moved us to another space that had a 30 amp plug. The park is run-down and does not have an aesthetically pleasing appearance. The park rules are outrageous and state that you are not allowed to walk your pet around the park, ride bikes, check oil levels, or even open your car hood. The spaces are small and you have to park your vehicle away from your RV where it cannot be seen. The park manager is not a friendly person. We will never come here again nor recommend this park to anyone. - Darla15468
Jan 2014 - $59.00
Another one bites the dust. Web site says closing for renovations February 2, 2014. Arrived last night and employees are all fired as of that date. Property has been sold to Disney for an employee parking lot. Enjoying our last stay at this great park. Nice pool and hot tub. Has a game room; the kids like the vending machines. Only a few RVs still here. Disney nightly Fireworks are awesome, framed by palm trees. - Pumpman2
Oct 2013 - $45.00
First, we would definitely return to this park again, but there were some surprises. First, our campsite was not level, not a big problem by any means, but was surprised we had to pull out the levelers. The biggest disappointment was the Wi-Fi that was non-existent in the RV. If you need to have Wi-Fi inside your RV then this may not be the place for you. In today's world there is absolutely no reason not to have working Wi-Fi, if you advertise it. But the hot tub was great after a day walking in Disney. - shayob
Oct 2013 - $56.00
Great location for Disneyland; about a half mile walk or pick up the $5/day shuttle. Not a great place to just hang out around your campsite. Sites are pretty close together. "Resort" is just a large concrete parking lot with strips of grass between sites. There are two small fenced areas for dogs, not enough room to exercise a large dog. Pretty quiet and safe considering its located at the intersection of two major streets (Ball & Harbor). Nice pool area. - Lizzy P
May 2019 - $70.00
Small park, close to Disneyland. - East Grove
May 2019 - $45.00
After reading the reviews we were pleasantly surprised to find Anaheim Harbor even better than we expected. The park was clean and quiet, the restrooms and showers were very nice. The shuttle to Disneyland stops just a few feet from the park but didn't run late enough for us to catch a ride back so we walked and it really wasn't too far even for two seniors. Be sure and let the bus driver know if you are 65 or over and the fare is really cheap. The staff and management were more than helpful and very friendly and we will definitely be back. - wingingit03
May 2019 - $50.00
We did not expect much from this park, but were quite pleased. I think it was originally built for small trailers years ago as now you are allotted two spots for your rig and tow or pull vehicle. All of the spots for overnight and short term stays are in the front. Residents are in the back or on the sides and not overly visible. This park is so close to Disneyland you can walk. We were expecting to go, but couldn't resist. We were more than pleased as it more than met our expectations. You park your tow/pull vehicle on the side in another space. - Grammajamma
Jun 2019 - $100.00
Our first visit to this RV Park was in November of 2016. We were quite impressed at this little jewel in the concrete jungle of the Los Angeles basin. They had recently finished putting in a new Restroom/Laundry Room facility. Each of the 4 non-gender specific restrooms with showers showed they were handicapped equipped. Each of them were big enough for someone bound in a wheelchair to move around and use the facilities. They also had shower chairs in each of them. This was great, but there were also a couple of draw backs which have not been improved upon in 3 1/2 years. The shower heads are fixed and do not have a removable shower head wand for someone seated on the shower chair or in a wheelchair to use. To add to this problem, the water drainage in each of these 4 restroom/shower rooms varies as the decline for the water to run down is practically non-existent. There is nothing to prevent the water from the shower stall from running out across the entire floor of the restroom/shower room you are in. So, if you were at risk of slipping on the tile floor in the shower stall you are now also at risk of slipping somewhere on the entire bathroom floor that is flooded and slippery. It is very obvious management is not making a good effort to maintain these showers. Toilets were plugged, paper towel dispensers were empty or not functioning properly. Because of the water on the floor from the poor shower drainage the entire bathroom floors were dirty from dirt and leaves being drug into them by shoes and the breeze. The fans in each of the restroom were black. There were other areas of black mold in the shower rooms like the legs of the shower chairs for the disabled, the windows, ceiling skylights and mirrors. The pool is nice and the sites are maintained very well. - LivADrm
Mar 2019 - $78.00
Staff was polite, professional, helpful and friendly. The morning complementary muffins was a nice touch. Easy shuttle to and from the Disneyland park daily. Easy access from I-5 freeway. Park has eating choices close, quite and easy to navigate. Nice to see Disneyland fireworks nightly. I would stay hear again. - mamacallsen
Dec 2018 - $62.00
We stayed here for about a week while visiting Disneyland. It's about all you can hope for for a RV park near Disneyland. It might be a little bit too far to walk but there is a convenient shuttle that takes you right to the front of Disneyland. The staff was great and the laundry room worked well. They also accept tiny home RVs which is great! - Examiner7
Mar 2016 - $40.00
Since we were arriving on a Saturday the office told us that there would be information for us clipped to the office door which included a map of available sites to use. The sites were very narrow (we were actually hanging over the next site with our slides deployed) and it was a challenge to get on the site. Very quiet park and the permanent residents that we saw kept their double wide mobile homes very neat with attractive landscaping. We stayed here since the other options was full for the week end, and the cost wasn't out of sight! It is close to lots of restaurants and attractions. - Rick & Karen
Sep 2014 - $59.00
Stay elsewhere. This is a neglected RV park that is part of a mobile home park with virtually no management. Basically, it's is a free-for-all with no manager on site for more than a couple hours a week. People came and went regularly without even paying. The dumpsters were usually overflowing with couches and mattresses from the trailer park. The bathrooms are inexcusably bad. The shower head is mounted at chest level and the rest of the bathroom is just decaying. They were never cleaned in the time we stayed and smelled terrible. No locks on the doors. Prepare to use your RV shower exclusively. Many sites are pretty uneven so if you do stay here, bring a lot of leveling blocks. Beware of the cockroaches living in the sewers. They have a pool but seeing they never cleaned the bathrooms, it's hard to believe they did much to maintain the pool. The trailer park residents don't have any qualm about cutting through the RV sites as shortcuts. Overall this is the worst park we've stayed at in our cross country travels. It's sad because it has potential, but management just doesn't seem to care about the place. - wantahertzdonut
Mar 2019 - $35.00
We loved this park! Beautiful park next to bird sanctuary; we enjoyed watching the herons, swans, and all the ground squirrels. Nice walking trail and only 1 mile from Seal Beach. Great cinnamon rolls on main street. Large spots, concrete pads, grounds extremely well kept. Price is going up to $40 but that's still good for the area. - z32k12
Oct 2018 - $35.00
Free laundry. Spacious sites. Friendly staff. Military only. - ezgator
Apr 2018 - $35.00
Beautiful park nicely situated near many LA attractions. Sites were well-spaced and clean. The campground was quiet during the evenings. We appreciated the free laundry and ice. We didn't use the bathrooms, but they appeared clean and heard no complaints. There is a nice walking path near the campground. If you carry firearms, tell the gate guard, and they will coordinate with the armory to store your weapon and ammo upon entry. It will need to be stored in a California-approved locked gun box, of which there are many that comply. If not CA-approved, they may not store the weapon. Only 30 minutes from Disneyland, and close numerous beaches, including Sunset, Huntington, and Seal. Would definitely stay here again! - RVerFamily
Mar 2019 - $83.00
Clean. Nice. Women’s bathroom was under renovation and the only alternative was a family restroom. Lots of space. Good shade. Good location. Easy to locate and navigate.
Only Women’s restroom was down.
$3 per person to ride the Disneyland shuttle.($20 for parking at Disneyland)
The shuttle also starts its first trip a half hour after Disneyland opens and the last return is 45 minutes before Disneyland closes. And you have to reserve a spot. You can’t just walk on.
Since the website says shuttle available, and with the price you pay to stay, you’d think the shuttle would be free to guests.
No one under 14 allowed in the jacuzzi.
Showers in the men’s bathroom were interesting layout. You entered through a curtain to a space normal shower width, but extra long. There was a changing area with a seat attached to the wall, but no curtain between the changing area and the shower stall. Water splashes onto your belongings if you aren’t very careful.
All in all, very nice park, just a little overpriced. - Barry Family
Nov 2018 - $89.00
Probably one of the cleanest parks we have ever been to. Less than 15 minutes from Disneyland. Nice paved sites with grass and a table and chairs. Playground, pool, store,etc they have it. The park seems to be for short term and more long term guest. Which is fine just wasn't expecting it. Park is fairly small but easy to maneuver. Customer service is great they even escort you to your site. I like that! We will for sure stay here again - Campn
Aug 2018 - $75.00
Great Facility! Clean, well maintained park with a helpful, friendly staff. Asphalt roads and level sites. All or most sites have fruit trees and you may help yourself. We had a pull thru premium site that had plenty of room for our 36ft. 5th wheel and truck. They also let us wash our RV at our site. We would definitely stay here again! - DGrill
Mar 2019 - $50.00
We had an ocean front site. It is right on a bike path and it can have a lot of bike traffic. The sites are very small but we did fit our 38’ Motorhome and Jeep. They just opened a camp store which is stocked with various camping items. We like it here because it is the closest beach campground to our home. You have electric and water but no sewer. However, they do have a dump station. - Tkcoffman
Jul 2017 - $65.00
Kind of a hidden gem in urban Orange County. Got lucky when looking for something to do and reserved here on short notice. Pro - Spaces are wide enough for slideouts on driver's side and awning on the curb side. and parking for a toad car. Great beach, nearly empty by SoCal standards, fire rings if you care for that. On the opposite side from the beach is a big wetlands preserve. No black/gray hookup, but there is a dump station. Cons - backs up to PCH (Hwy 1), so a lot of traffic noise. No food service anywhere within walking distance except on weekends - what's a summer beach without a burger, fries and a coke. No WiFi, no cable - oh darn. - Michael_K
Jan 2017 - $65.00
Camping at the beach is wonderful. Bolsa Chica State Beach, not so much. Power and water hookups were nice, but it's just a big parking lot with a walking/biking trail separating it from the broad expanse of sand. The beach itself is so long (from the parking area to the waves), the campsites are a good walk from the ocean. There are many big campfire rings on the sand for use, but are FCFS. Camp hosts at many campgrounds sweep and prepare sites, and we always greatly appreciate hosts who do that! Our site at BCSB had bits of trash and cigarette butts. For the same price, go a few miles South to Doheny State Beach. Reserve far enough in advance, and you can get a site right on the sand there. Checkin at Bolsa Chica is 2:00 PM. We arrived at 1:15 PM and was told at the fee station that our site was empty, so it was no problem to go set up. When we arrived at the camping area, however, we were greeted by a barrier and a big "CHECK-IN 2:00 PM sign blocking the entrance. Camp host came out with a clipboard, verified we were on the list, then pointed out that checkin was at 2:00. I stared at him blankly for a moment, then asked if our reserved site was empty. He said that it was, and that he sometimes makes check-in exceptions of 1:30 PM, then looked at his watch (about 1:20, by this time), and begrudgingly said he would allow us in. I think that is a camp host taking his job just a little too seriously. We won't return to Bolsa Chica State Beach. Just far too expensive for what you get. - Libre RV