We thoroughly enjoyed our stay there with you. Everyone was so friendly and like family. We hope to make it back that way one day soon. We have to stay until after the show airs and the prizes are delivered. We miss you already and know that we are thinking of you. Brenda & Jeff
I stayed here for three months. It is one of my favorite parks, especially for long-term stays. It is a little tight if you have a large rig, but the park owner will help guide you into place, and help you again when you move out. The owner and managers are some of the nicest and most helpful people I have ever met. They are putting a lot of money into renovating the entire park. They told me they 're planning to put in a swimming pool, a restaurant and other amenities. There are two large laundry rooms with lots of machines (that take quarters), $1 to wash, 75c to dry. Everybody I met there was very nice. I will absolutely stay here again when work brings me back to Southern California. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Quiet, clean, relaxed community atmosphere. Shade trees, landscaping/fruit trees, concrete patios, and picnic tables. Make you feel part of community whether overnight or longer. Personal, caring service delivered across the park every day. Family-Friendly Club House. 2 Laundry/Restroom/Shower facilities centrally located, fully equipped & maintained. Plenty of hot water & great water pressure in showers. Universal Studios is 12 mi, close to ALL Hollywood/LA area attractions. Bus stop within 2 blks., connecting to metro. Shuttle Service planned. Good Sam/Sr. Discount incl. hookups , Cable TV, Wi-Fi @ each site, paid $200.07/wk. We camped here in a Motorhome.
Most of the previous reviews capture the pros and cons of this park. Pros: the restrooms are clean, the laundry is cheap, the park is older but undergoing renovation, and you will be close to major L.A. attractions. Cons: you will be camping in the middle of a major metropolis, which means car and airport noise as well as a tight fit for your rig! However you will find these same drawbacks in any urban location so for what it is this is a very nice park. Now for the fine print... I should mention that I am one of the park's many permanent residents. I moved here to go to grad school at nearby CSUN university and originally meant to buy time by staying in the park while I shopped for a suitable roommate/apartment situation. Turns out a lot of the roommate choices in L.A. are a little weird, who knew? However, I liked living here so mu ch that I made permanent arrangements for my trailer to stay and I have never regretted it. Other residents are friendly and I feel very safe here. I know my neighbors. Dogs are more than welcome. The management absolutely cannot be outdone - you will not find nicer hosts anywhere! We have a relaxing, community atmosphere here and lovely big trees that beat any apartment complex I looked at. I can honestly say that I love living here and the benefits far outweigh any drawbacks. I hope you are able to visit soon. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Birmingham RV is the closest to LA and like most city parks is old, lots of permanent residents and short on amenities like a pool or hot tub. That said, it has the nicest staff of the 80+ parks we have visited on our year trip. They escort you to your spot, help you in, do all the hooking up for you (yes even the sewer) and when our water line leaked, replaced our hose with one of theirs gratis. Clean baths, showers, laundry and as the owner said "We treat you like a hotel guest." There was always staff on the grounds to help. The camp dates from the 1930s, as I suspect do most of the residents, but all in all a pleasant stay in the best location to see LA. We camped here in a Motorhome.