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Grocery store and restaurants. Ralph's grocery store, Thai Bite (Great Thai food), Chick-fila, Romeo's (Good Italian food). Next center to the North has New York Pizza, Los Golindrinas (Mexican). By Skip Krantz
Good campground near beach with Full Hook Ups, dump station, etc. By Skip Krantz
Really loved this upscale RV park with a great crowd and beautiful views of Bear Lake. By Ken Webster
Chevron Crown Valley Pkwy and Niguel road for Diesel, Crown Valley Shell on Crown Valley and Moulton Pkwy for Propane By Skip Krantz
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.
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.!
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.
The Prado Regional Park in Chino, California is a single location with lots of interesting things to do. Travelers with recreational vehicles will find a great base to branch out for a great vacation. The park has 75 full hook-up sites and group tent camping. There is a dump site for the convenience of all guests. The hot showers are in a clean and safe facility. In addition, there are restrooms that are accessible for handicapped people. Fire rings are ready for use by the registered guests. There are also facilities that provide some fun at the park. There is a course to play 18 holes of disc golf using a Frisbee. The children will thoroughly enjoy the universal playgroup with a zero depth water play park as well as horseshoe pits. The mountain bike trails are custom made to provide a spectacular ride, and the nature trails offer beautiful scenery while getting some exercise.
If your RV is twenty-eight feet or less, and you want to get away from it all and spend some time in a really remote, natural setting in California, then Chino Hills State Park may well be of interest. The site does not have many of the usual amenities ? no electric, water, or sewer ? but does have fantastic access to nature and the chance to enjoy some solitude. Having an RV means you have a wonderful opportunity to park up for a day or two here and enjoy the views, take to the trails and see what wildlife you can see. This is not luxury, it is adventure. The gates do lock in the evening, and there is no access in or out after lock-up. It is also worth checking out the rules regarding dogs, as they are only permitted in certain parts of the park.
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.
If you are bringing your RV to San Bernardino County, and looking to stay near Rialto then Rancho Jurupa Park in Riverside offers a couple of options. The Cottonwood Campground has state-of-the-art facilities, whilst Lakeview Campground is a family site that welcomes both RVs and tents. Check out their website for more details of what to expect at each site, and to get an idea of the full range of amenities and attractions on offer. Rancho Jurupa Park is set in 200 acres of parkland, and has two lakes that are regularly stocked with fish ? trout in colder weather, and catfish in warmer weather. The site, set alongside the Santa Ana River, also has a splash pad for water play, mini golf, disc golf and a rock climbing playground. You can set off on hikes and bike rides from here as there are a number of trails to explore, including the Santa Ana River Bike Trail and the one-mile trail to the Louis Robidoux Nature Center.
Canyon RV Park occupies a significant portion of the spectacular Featherly Wilderness Preserve in magnificent Santa Ana, California in Orange County. The park has 63 acres on the Santa Ana River in a spectacular valley. Located in Anaheim, California, just minutes from shopping, fine dining, Disnelyand, Knott's Berry Farm, and beautiful Southern California beaches. Feel like you are getting away from it all with your RV rental at this easy to navigate park. Located just off the freeways it is right near everything while feeling worlds away.Although the park is close to the cities and beaches of Orange County, it is situated in the wilderness away from the noise and activity of ordinary life. The magical setting for the RVs has trees and grass for camping with the entire family or a group of friends. There is a pool for some exercise and playgrounds for the children. Many guests bring their bikes to cruise through the park on the scenic trails. There is a special trail along the Santa Ana River near the camp. Riders can follow the trail all the way to the Pacific Ocean and the vibrant town of Huntington Beach.
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.
Reche Canyon Campground in Colton, California nestles below the San Gorgonio Mountain Range, and is conveniently situated for local amenities, including grocery shopping, a cinema, a wide range of restaurants, several amusement parks and San Bernardino Golf Course. The park has been open for around fifty years, and welcomes both permanent residents and people on vacation to the area. The site has an attractive pool, surrounded by palm trees, where visitors can take a dip, or sit out. Reche Canyon Campground is family friendly, and up to two small pets are welcome. Facilities include big rig access, sewer, electric, water, a laundry, a convenience store, a billiard room and a BBQ area. It makes for a good location if you want to explore southern California, as you are near the mountains and the San Bernardino National Forest, but within driving distance of the coast.
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.