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Disneyland Resort

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1313 Disneyland Dr, Anaheim, CA 92802, USA
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Anaheim RV Park

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200 W Midway Dr, Anaheim, CA 92805, USA
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Raging Waters Los Angeles

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111 Raging Waters Dr, San Dimas, CA 91773, USA
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East Shore RV Park

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1440 Camper View Rd, San Dimas, CA 91773, USA
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La Verne Car Wash

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914 Foothill Blvd, La Verne, CA 91750, USA
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Malibu Beach RV Park

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25801 Pacific Coast Hwy, Malibu, CA 90265, USA
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2605 Stearns St

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2605 Stearns St, Simi Valley, CA 93063, USA
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Golden Shore RV Park

Norwalk, CA

If you are looking to park up your RV near Norwalk in California, then downtown Long Beach is worth checking out. It is around 12 miles away from Norwalk and offers an exciting combination of city life and beach life. Golden Shore RV Park, which is situated here, can make for a good choice, as it is a family friendly and pet friendly site accommodating around 80 units. It has big rig access, a picnic area with picnic tables and an amphitheater style fire pit. This attractively landscaped site, with palm trees and a great views of the city skyline, has a spa and a pool, and is well-situated if you do want to spend some time exploring in the Long Beach area. Amenities include water, electric and sewer, and the site also has a kitchen and a laundry. Local attractions include the Aquarium of the Pacific, the Queen Mary, and Naples Island.

Anaheim RV Park

Anaheim, CA

Anaheim RV Park offers a comfortable and cozy camping getaway. Some of the perks include a swimming pool and spa and a full-service Clubhouse with Meeting Room. The Clubhouse has a 60? big screen TV, reading area and book exchange, small coffee gallery, and a computer area with internet service. The Park also offers hot showers, a laundry, restrooms, full hook-ups, and a Dog Walk for the family pet. This Park is a smart choice for anyone interested in visiting Southern California. Their convenient location offers first class facilities & accommodations that is close to all of area highlights of greater Anaheim, California. Anaheim RV Park is conveniently located just off I-5 in Anaheim, Orange County, California. Their central location southwest of Los Angeles makes a great ?home base? for exploring the major attractions of greater Anaheim and beyond! Anaheim RV Park has everything you need to make your experience enjoyable as you explore this corner of California.

Anaheim Harbor RV Park

Anaheim, CA

If you want to visit Lynwood, California, in an Rv, you'll have to stay in a park a little out of town. A great choice is Anaheim Harbor RV Park. There are 75 sites here, all with full hookup, free WiFi, and cable TV. There is a heated swimming pool in the park, a video arcade, a five-hole putting green, bathrooms, and a laundry. As well as being close to Lynwood, Los Angeles and San Diego aren't faraway either. In fact, the Disneyland Resort is practically next door, so your kids will love it here. You can even see the firework show at Disneyland from the comfort of the RV Park. There is a shuttle service to Disneyland from the park. Of course, you have also come here to visit Lynwood, and the first thing you see when you get there is Lynwood's own water tower rising tall in amongst the houses and commercial buildings. Lynwood has great cultural diversity and you will see many Spanish language signs and Mexican restaurants. There are plenty of shops here, as well as parks to walk around or relax in.

Sunset Vista RV Park

Fountain Valley, CA

There is nothing like the sensation of laying out on the beach with the wind blowing through your hair and you will be in for the camping excursion of a lifetime when you park your RV for a vacation stay at Sunset Vista RV Park near Fountain Valley, California. Fountain Valley is home to one of the most scenic stretches of beach on the California coast and has plenty of activities to make this a vacation your family will remember for years to come. Sunset Vista RV Park is located on the waterfront with quick access to food and water toy rental concessions. They offer full service hookups and immaculate RV stalls. You will get access to your own private fire pit to grill up a delicious meal or roast marshmallows while you listen to the sounds of the waves crashing in. There are also restrooms and cold showers available for you to use. Camp California style and enjoy the beach while you are at it.

Golden Shore RV Resort

Long Beach, CA

If you are searching for a tropical paradise, look no further than the Golden Shore RV Resort, which has been beautifully landscaped with palm trees. It is located on the waterfront at Long Beach, California, and it is possible to see the city skyline from the resort. There are 80 RV sites with full hookup, phone hookup, and there is free internet in the office. There is plenty to do on site to keep you occupied for hours. Enjoy a game of horseshoes or shuffleboard, and then have a dip in the pool or use the spa. Have a picnic or barbecue in specially designated areas. They have an amphitheater-style fire pit, so get out your marshmallows and burgers. If you fancy getting out and about, head for The Pike at Rainbow Harbor, which is filled with interesting shops and restaurants. The ocean liner, "The Queen Mary" is worth a visit, as is the Aquarium of the Pacific. If you are staying around Christmas time, you will be able to enjoy the Naples Island Boat Parade, and in the summer, go to a relaxing concert in the Long Island Museum of Art.

Orangeland RV Park

Orange, CA

Are you looking for a great RV campground in Orange, California? If so, look no further than Orangeland RV Park. There's plenty to do here if you fancy a day in the park, but there are also many attractions close by. It is a family-run business, which began operating back in 1972 when the site was built on an orange orchard. There are still plenty of orange trees here, and you are welcome to pick some. There are 195 sites, with full hookup, free WiFi, cable TV, restrooms, a store, a barbecue area, laundry facilities, and a clubroom. There are wide, premium pull-thru RV sites. If you plan to spend the day here, take advantage of the large heated swimming pool, the exercise room, and mini-golf. In addition, you can play shuffleboard, clankers, and pool. There is also playground for children. If you plan to do a bit of sightseeing, Old Town Orange can be easily reached from here, and there is of course, Disneyland. Your kids will love it if you take them there. For a more relaxing day, visit Irvine Regional Park or Santiago Oaks Regional Park. You can fish in Irvine Lake and Anaheim Lakes.

Bolsa Chica State Beach

Huntington Beach, CA

Bolsa Chica State Beach extends three miles from Sunset Beach to Seapoint Avenue along Pacific Coast Highway. Bolsa Chica is a perfect place to go surfing, play volleyball, enjoy water sports, get together with loved ones or to simply kick back and watch the sun set. In Bolsa Chica you will also have an array of fish to catch while you practice your surf fishing. At new and full moons during the summer, you can take part in bare-handed fishing for California grunion, a species that only spawns in southern California beaches. Since the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve is located across the beach, wildlife and bird watching are also a popular past time. Easy access for your RV rental you can't get much closer than this to the waves.

Huntington By the Sea Mobile Estates and RV Park

Huntington Beach, CA

Enjoy the best of California?s coastal lifestyle at Huntington By the Sea Mobile Estates and RV Park, located less than 15 minutes from downtown Costa Mesa. This RV park and resort, which welcome both short and long-term residents, includes several permanent trailer homes which are also available for rent. For those with a recreational vehicle, this park has all of the modern amenities of a proper seaside resort. This includes full utility hookups, laundry facilities, a clubhouse and meeting room, phone, cable and internet service, a pool and spa, and several spaces for games and sports. Nearby activities include Huntington Beach and the iconic Venice Pier, which host various special events. At almost any time of the year you can watch a surfing competition, an extreme sports demonstration, or a live musical performance. A short drive east will take you to the cities of Los Angeles and Anaheim, and a whole plethora of attractions that includes Disneyland, Knott?s Berry Farm, and Universal Studios.

Dockweiler RV Park

Huntington Park, CA

If driving your RV as close to the beach as possible is your idea of the perfect vacation, then Dockweiler RV Park in Playa Del Ray, California may well appeal. This park is right up by the beach, and is also within easy reach of Huntington Park and the city, giving you the best of both worlds when you park up here. It has water, sewer and electric, as well as showers and restrooms, which can be useful when you are in and out of the ocean all day long. The park has space for around 100 units, but during the summer it can get busy with arrivals and departures, so it is a good idea to check ahead and discuss the best time to arrive. Pets are welcome, and, when you want a change from days spent swimming, surfing, or doing water sports, you can head into the city, or out onto the Marvin Braude Bicycle Trail, which is just a short distance from the park.

Huntington By the Sea

Huntington Beach, CA

Huntington By the Sea is a great place to vacation or live near Whittier, California. The park is in a magnificent location so close to the Pacific Ocean and spectacular beaches. The residents are quite happy with so many of the amenities provided by the camp management. A new ping-pong table has attracted residents for spirited yet friendly games. The park has a gym with state of the art equipment, so guests can save money on gym membership or fees. Three full size billiard tables add to the attractions in the recreation room. The entire family will enjoy this excellent facility. A beautiful outdoor, heated pool and Jacuzzi provide the means to exercise or just relax in the usually perfect weather. The rates include water, sewer, electric, basic cable, and WiFi. Each group may have a maximum of six people and two pets. The staff is friendly and devoted to the residents at the park.

Adventure City

Anaheim, CA

Adventure City is the little theme park that's big on family fun. A wonderful destination for those who can't quite afford Disneyland, Adventure City has many rides and attractions geared toward children. From roller coasters to the petting zoo, this is the perfect place for a special day with your kids.

Disneyland

Anaheim, CA

Enter a magical kingdom where you can sail with pirates, explore exotic jungles, meet fairy-tale princesses, dive under the ocean and rocket through the stars?all in the same day! Disneyland Park is a beloved Southern California destination where generations of families have made their Disney dreams come true. Opened in 1955, Walt Disney?s original theme park is divided into 8 extravagantly themed lands?Main Street, U.S.A., Tomorrowland, Fantasyland, Mickey's Toontown, Frontierland, Critter Country, New Orleans Square and Adventureland.

Festival Ampitheater

Garden Grove, CA

Garden Grove in California is a great district to visit if you enjoy the theatre. Whilst attending a live performance is always a memorable experience, the Festival Ampitheater is an open air theater, making a visit to one of their performances particularly special. The theater is situated at the Strawberry Bowl on Main Street, and puts on a variety of live entertainment, as well as showing movies. It caters for the while family. If you are visiting Garden Village to see the lovely Crystal Cathedral, why make a day of it by having dinner and then enjoying some live theater or music here? The schedule of performances is interesting and varied, and, depending on when you visit, you might be able to see a Shakespeare play, or listen to a concert or a tribute band. It is well worth checking out what is on whilst planning your trip to this part of California.

Pico Rivera Historical Museum

Pico Rivera, CA

The City of Pico Rivera is a close knit community of over 63,000 residents. Within the City limits, there are plenty of things to do for both residents and visitors alike. If shopping is something that you like to do, look no further than the City of Pico Rivera. If local history is something that interests you, then you should pay a visit to The Pico Rivera Historical Museum. The Museum offers visitors a look at Pico Rivera's colorful past through its collection of photographs, documents and historical objects.The museum is housed in what used to be a train depot built around 1887, one of only a few original depot buildings remaining in the country. Operated by volunteers of the Pico Rivera History and Heritage Society, the museum is open Tuesday, Thursday and the first Saturday of the month from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m. Group and school tours are welcome and may be arranged by appointment.

Boomers! Fountain Valley

Fountain Valley, CA

California is home to some of the most iconic theme parks around, but you do not need to wait in hour long lines to have a family fun day while you are visiting. If you are looking to spend the day at a place where your whole family can have fun, check out Boomers! Fountain Valley. They offer indoor and outdoor games and attractions that will keep everyone busy all day long. The prices are affordable and the activities will leave your head spinning. Boomers! Fountain Valley has an indoor party and arcade room where people of all ages can play. From video games to ball tossing activities, there is a lot of fun to be had. For those who want an adrenaline rush, try some of the carnival rides outside. You can even head to the batting cages or bumper boats for an even more thrilling time. The park offers classic rides like the ferris wheel and go karts as well.

Huntington Beach Pier

Huntington Beach, CA

Taking a stroll in the Huntington Beach Pier is a must during your stay in Surf City USA. It is one of the longest piers in the U.S, measuring 1,850 feet into the Pacific Ocean. You can catch sightings of seals and dolphins with a view of the mountains as a backdrop. You can also watch the many countless volleyball games, surfers, or better yet take part in these activities. Many great places to catch a bite after a long day of walking. You can fish, fly a kite and enjoy the simplicity and beauty of this place.

US Open of Surfing

Huntington Beach, CA

If you?re keen on surfing then attending the week long U.S. Open of Surfing competition and celebration is a must on your list. This is the largest surfing competition in the world, attracting over half a million people. During nine exciting days you can witness the world?s best surfers, listen to live music, and watch movie premieres and fashion shows. Skateboarding and BMX competitions are also part of the list of events.

Huntington State Beach

Huntington Beach, CA

Prime waves can be found in the Huntington State beach between late spring, summer and into the fall, note only advanced surfers should test these waters since there are potentially dangerous conditions. When not surfing you can enjoy the wildlife at the Snowy Plover Reserve which is located at the southern end of the beach between Talbert Channel and the Santa Ana River, this is home to endangered species such as the California Least Terns and the Snowy Plover. The park is also a prime spot for surf fishing, an array of fish can be caught along these shores.

Gage Bowl

Huntington Park, CA

If you find yourself in Huntington Park, just south of downtown Los Angeles, and are looking for something fun to do, then why not head down to Gage Bowl on Gage Avenue. This bowling alley is open 24 hours a day, seven days a week, and hosts bowling leagues and tournaments, as well as being a venue for children?s birthday parties. Gage Bowl also hosts lots of special events during the week, so it is a good idea to check ahead of your visit and see what is on. Bowling can be a fun way to while away a couple of hours when you want a change from outdoor activities, you have simply had enough sun, or the weather is bad. It is also good because all the family can play together, it tends to be just as much of a challenge for everyone, and you do, of course, all get to wear matching bowling shoes.

Whale Watching

Tustin, CA

Orange County boasts year-round whale watching tours. Take half a day out on a boat, relaxing in the sun and basking in the cool, salty air. See, firsthand, the wonder and stunning size of these incredible water-dwelling creatures. One great option starts at Dana Wharf, which offers a two hour tour, and where you may see Gray Whales, Humpback Whales, Minkes Whales, sea lions and various dolphins.

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