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111 Raging Waters Dr, San Dimas, CA 91773, USA
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1440 Camper View Rd, San Dimas, CA 91773, USA
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Lake Arrowhead

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Lake Arrowhead, CA, USA
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200 W Midway Dr, Anaheim, CA 92805, USA
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Shady Elms RV & Trailer Park

Palmdale, CA

Shady Elms RV & Trailer Park is just what RV campers need when they?re making their way across California, as it provides just as the name suggests, shady Elms that provide some shade from the harsh Palmdale climate. Guests will have comfortable amenities such as full hookups and guests can also request cable TV and telephone access. There is a coin-operated laundry on the premises, as well as clean bathrooms and showers. The stands are clean and level and well-maintained to ensure that RV campers have a comfortable experience. The park itself doesn?t offer much in the way of entertainment, however, is situated near other amenities in the area that will allow guests to have a great time. Not only will guests be able to explore the harsh desert landscape from the air, they will also have the opportunity to fit in a baseball match or two. Guests can also look forward to bingo, billiards, bowling, and more.

Antelope Valley Fairgrounds

Lancaster, CA

Are you planning to go to the Antelope Valley Fair in Lancaster, California? If so, why not stay at the RV Park right next door. Even if you come when the fair's not on, this is a great place to stay. You get full hookup, large restrooms and showers, free WiFi, and cable TV. You will be right in the Mojave Desert, so you will appreciate the waterfront access and pool access included in your rental. There is plenty to see during your stay here. If you enjoy hiking, head over to the Antelope Valley California Poppy Reserve. If you are there in the spring, you will see thousands of poppies stretching out before you like a red blanket. The Apollo Community Regional Park is also worth a visit. You can take a gentle stroll around the lake while your kids search for Pokemon. It will be heaven for them. The Lancaster City Park is great for sports enthusiasts. You can play basketball and volleyball here, watch the softball leagues in action, and practice your hitting in the batting cage.

Camp Williams Resort

Azusa, CA

Sometimes it is great to camp in a site that is full of atmosphere, and where the location wins you over at first sight. Camp Williams in the San Gabriel Mountains is a bit like that ?it brings the best of both worlds to camping close to Los Angeles, and is a place where you can cycle, hike, fish, swim, or even pan for gold, whilst you plan how to spend days out in the big city. The site has lots of tent camping, as well as sites for RVs, and offers electric, water and sewer, as well as big rig access and a general store. If you are looking to spend lot of time outdoors, then the site as access to a number of hiking trails, including the Bridge to Nowhere hike. It is also close to the Angeles National Forest and the Raging Waters Water Park.

Los Angeles KOA Kampground

Pomona, CA

The Los Angeles KOA Kampground in Pomona, California is a great escape from a busy ordinary routine. Travelers leave behind the crowded freeways to relax in the serenity of natural beauty. The campground is only 30 minutes from the activity of downtown Los Angeles, so the escape to nature is an easy drive. The crowds and traffic soon disappear in the distance. The spectacular grounds of the park provide a view of the majestic San Gabriel Mountains from a recreational vehicle or tent. There is a large swimming pool where guests can get some exercise, float on the water, or unwind in the Jacuzzi. The days in this part of the world are usually sunny, so a great tan is attainable as well. The park is away from the activities in the city, but there are some fascinating sites to see nearby. There are beaches, mountains to climb, or trails for a walk.

Desert Willow RV Resort

Hesperia, CA

Desert Willow RV resort in Hesperia, California is kept immaculately clean, and is just off the highway south west of Hesperia. This convenient location makes it easy to get in or out of. The fuel station across the street is handy, and it is close to amenities like grocery stores and restaurants in the tidy community. It is a very short walk across the street for an ice cream cone! The park is gated and after-hours access is restricted. The gravel sites have full hookups, and the washrooms are clean and well-maintained. Shoot a game of pool in the rec room, or settle in with a book from the reading room. There are trees for shade, and a clean, inviting swimming pool to cool off in. There is an on-site laundry room, and everything is well-maintained. The park is quiet, even with it's location near a busy thoroughfare.

Camp Williams

West Covina, CA

Camp Williams near West Covina, California is a quiet, superb place for camping with an RV. The camp is in the beautiful San Gabriel Mountains, a great location for those who love to swim, camp, fish, hike, or pan for gold. There are full hook up RV sites in the shade of towering oak trees. In this spectacular mountain setting, campers will find modern restrooms and showers. There is also a cafe serving delicious meals, and a general store for the convenience of all guests. In addition, there is a swimming pool on the grounds. The facility is situated on the banks of a river that provides fishing opportunities right from the camping sites. The river has clear water that is great for swimming in the weather that is usually excellent. Campers will see some beautiful birds and other wildlife in this mountain setting. The staff that manages the park are ready to make accommodations for groups including those for young people such as the Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts.

East Shore RV Park

Rosemead, CA

East Shore RV Park is located on the banks of stream-fed Puddingstone Lake, which is stocked with trout and bass several times a year for the fisherman. Bring your own boat to enjoy fishing, lake swimming, water skiing or sail boating on the Puddingstone Lake. East Shore RV Park offers a wide range of facilities and amenities that will provide campers with a very comfortable and cozy environment. Facilities are designed to accommodate large RV units and include 518 large paved full hookup sites including 15 pull thrus. Utility hookups provided on campsites include: fresh water, electricity (50, 30, 20 AMPS), sewer connections, cable TV. The roadways are fully paved as are the parking spaces and pull-thrus. Each site features a green grass area at every campsite.Three group tenting areas and twenty-five family tent camping sites are in a separate rustic area of the park with water and fire pits near each site. Washers and dryers are available in the laundry room.There is a swing and slide area children's playground designed for safe play for the young. Campers will enjoy a swimming pool with a large deck area for sunbathing and relaxing.

Los Angeles/Pomona/ Fairplex KOA Kampground

Pomona, CA

Want to escape the congestion of the city while hitting all the hot spots in L.A.? Stay at the Los Angeles/Pomona/ Fairplex KOA Kampground. The Campground is only 30 minutes from downtown L.A., but worlds away from the crowds, smog and traffic. Guests are treated to scenic views of the beautiful grounds and the view of the San Gabriel Mountains from your tent or RV. Some of the perks include a large swimming pool and jacuzzi as the stars come out. The close proximity to Los Angeles makes the Campground an ideal location for a sightseeing trip to Hollywood and other historic landmarks in the LA area. Play the day away and come back to the quiet stillness of KOA for some rest and relaxation. Free WiFi Available. With its woodsy atmosphere and centrality to the best of Los Angeles, KOA is the perfect combination of nature and city life a must stay in L.A.!

Shady Oasis Kampground

Victorville, CA

The Shady Oasis Kampground in Victorville, California is a wonderful place for the entire family or a group of friends. The staff has provided accommodations for millions of campers since the park opened in 1967. Many of the campers are return visitors who enjoyed their previous trips to the campgrounds. The campgrounds has one room cabins, facilities for recreational vehicles, and tents all year round. Victorville is in the ?High Desert? of Southern California, so the temperatures vary depending on the seasons of the year. The temperatures can range from 50-110 degrees Fahrenheit throughout the year. The temperatures in the evening eventually range from 25-35 degrees below the day time temperatures. The management and staff welcomes different groups for special activities including RV clubs, car clubs, scout troops, and many more. The park has full hookups for RV?s with free Wi-Fi, 30-50 amp sites, and a dump station. There is a mini-mart, laundry room, clean restrooms, hot showers, and a wonderful playground.

Prado Regional Park

Chino Hills, CA

The insiders secret Prado is an amazing destination for your RV rental trip. With enormous RV sites, amazing wildlife, trails, a fresh water fishing lake and only a short drive to major shopping and dining this is the place to park your RV rental in the Anaheim area. Convenient to everything by worlds apart this county park is a sure fire win for your RV rental trip.

Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area

Irwindale, CA

If you are staying in the Baldwin Park Area of Los Angeles, and are looking for a picnic and bathing spot, then why not go along to Santa Fe Dam Recreation Area? This is an attractive park, built by the US Army Corps of Engineers, and home to a lovely lakeside beach, giving wonderful views to the San Gabriel Mountains opposite. It can be found just north of Baldwin Park, off East Arrow Highway, Irwindale, and is a popular beauty spot, as well as a home to a number of protected native species of plants and animals. The park has a nature center, as well as a large lake offering year-round fishing, and five acres of chlorinated swim beach during the summer months. The park is open early until late, with seasonal opening times. It is worthwhile checking ahead to ensure that facilities are open when you plan to visit.

Hangar 18

Upland, CA

Hangar 18 in Upland, California provides an challenging yet exciting adventure for people. This modern facility has over 12,000 square feet of climbing terrain, world class bouldering, and lead routes. The experienced staff is always ready to work with beginning and experienced climbers. This facility is one of the best in the country. First time climbers will find that this is a great place to start the sport. This is a wonderful place to get some physical exercise for young people. Experienced climbers will be pleased with the skills they might add on these climbing walls. The staff also sponsors bouldering series competitions for those who would like to match their skills with others. The competitions provide fun and challenges for beginning and advanced climbers. In addition, climbers will be able to judge their progress based on their performance in a competition. The competitions are open to members and non-members as well.

Skydive Monterey Bay

Monterey Park, CA

Are you looking for something exciting to do during your stay in Monterey Park, California? If so, why not try skydiving with Skydiving Monterey Bay? Their aim is to make your skydive experience the best possible, whether it's your first time or you are a seasoned skydiver. They operate the closest fly and land experience to the ocean than any other in California. You will land just three miles from the ocean. They also offer the highest tandem skydive in the area, at 18,000 feet above ground level. Just imagine what the views will be like. There will be amazing sand dunes, Santa Cruz, and the Santa Lucia mountains to see as you climb in the Super King 890 airplane. You might be lucky enough to also spot a whale or a dolphin. You get 90 minutes of freefall, which is more than any other skydiving company in the area. It will be exhilarating and will certaimly get your adrenlin going.

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.

CalSpeed Karting

Fontana, CA

If you have a need for speed and would like to learn how to race like a professional, check out CalSpeed Karting in Fontana, California. You can experience some adrenaline pumping fun in a safe and friendly environment. CalSpeed Karting offers people of all ages the opportunity to ride high speed karts around the track. They also host racing events for those want to compete. CalSpeed Racing is a great place to spend the day. Your can watch live races and even get the chance to ride in the karts. They offer rental karts to guests who want to give karting a try. At CalSpeed Karting, you can sign up for lessons and clinics taught by experts in the field. You can take tours of the facility and enjoy delicious food and beverages while you are there. While you are in California, enjoy the beautiful weather while taking advantage of a thrilling sport.

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.

Museum of Jurassic Technology

Culver City, CA

An eccentric cabinet of wonders, the museum offers hands on exhibitions which explore natural history, the history of science, the dogs of the USSR space missions, and so many more oddities.

Culver City Park

Culver City, CA

Culver City Park is an urban oasis of 41.55 acres located in the Jefferson, you'll have access to recreational huts, picnic areas, softball fields, soccer fields, barbeque areas, skateboard park, nature trails and so much more. Come here after enjoying a day of hectic touring.

Sony Pictures Studio Tour

Culver City, CA

Discover where movie magic has been happening for over a century. A two hour guided tour will show you the historic stages of the Wizard of Oz, or you can view more modern stages such as where Spider -Man was shot. You can also see the behind the scenes of famous shows such as "Jeopardy!" and "Wheel of Fortune." You can have the opportunity of walking under a 94-foot tall rainbow.

Yorba Regional Park

Anaheim, CA

A linear day use park over one mile long and 140 acres, situated in the mouth of Santa Ana Canyon in the city of Anaheim. The linear environment of the park site recaptures the river setting of the adjacent Santa Ana River. Because the park is in a historic setting in an area where such names as Yorba, Peralta and Dominguez were common, the Orange County Board of Supervisors recognized the 1976 opening of the park site by designating Yorba Regional Park as the official Orange County bicentennial project.

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