We enjoyed our stay at Anaheim RV Village. The location is very close to Disneyland which is a huge plus. The staff was very friendly and give an escort to your site. After hours there is security which is really nice. Access into and around the park is easy and all of the sites are paved with small grass strips between sites. There are no shrubs or dividers between sites so there is little privacy. This is not the place to go for scenery, basically a large lot. The pool was fun and there is a small game room with video games. The store has most of the things you would need plus they give you a list of the local grocery stores. The biggest negative is the size of the sites. We were in a pull through which was large enough to open our slide out, but not large enough to put a picnic table on. The biggest pluses are proximity to Disneyland and the great view of the firework show at night. All in all it was a nice trip and I would recommend this campground. Cheers.
This is a nice medium-sized campground with very courteous management. The interior roads were wide and paved. The staff was very nice and the office was easy to find. The sites are very clearly marked and all are dirt. They were mostly level and required two leveling blocks to level side to side. There is a really nice clean pool that is heated by solar. A gate secures the park and we were asked to keep our parking pass on the rear-view mirror so I know they were checking. There was no laundry service on site. There is a small store with supplies, wood, ice, milk, water, etc. The closest store was about a 20-minute drive and the store is a bit expensive so I would advise planning ahead as much as possible. There are picnic tables at all site and most have fire rings. Our site did not have a fire ring so the camp host brought one out for us. They have a recreation room with a pool table, book exchange, and modem access. There is no cellular access so if you need to have your phone for work or any other reason you will not be able to use it until you drive back toward town. The restroom and showers were in good condition. You can tell the building is older, but it has been remodeled. The bathroom and showers were very clean and well maintained. The park has good signage and is easy to locate from the entrance road. The grounds are nice with many large oak trees for shade. All of the sites are dirt with no landscaping. There are dumpsters at the restroom area and at the office. The park was very quiet and far away from the city; it is a very relaxing place to stay. The manmade lake is stocked with Bluegill, Catfish, and Bass. You need to pay $5 per person to fish for the duration of your stay. My daughters both caught five or six Bluegill each right off the little dock using hot dogs for bait. The lake is catch and release only with barbless hooks. The kids also got a kick out seeing the emus and wild turkeys they have in a small pen.
This is a very scenic campground near June Lake. The mountain views are absolutely stunning. The beach area is a long walk or a short drive from the campground. The camp hosts were very nice. We didn't have a reservation and the host drove us over to an area where he knew there were first come first serve sites available. The roads and sites are all paved. The site we stayed in was level and had a shaded picnic table, fire ring/BBQ, and a bear-proof food locker. The bathrooms were spotless. They do not have showers. We had to dump at the Shell station on Hwy 395 for $7.00. The campground is close to the town of June Lake as well.
Nice clean RV park. It's not the prettiest of campgrounds from a scenery standpoint. There is a brick wall surrounding the RV park. All of the sites are clearly marked, wide enough for a slide out, are level, and have full hookups. There are a few trees but for the most part don't plan on a whole lot of shade. Bathroom and laundry facilities were spotless. They have a small recreation room with a pool table, movies, and books. They have free wifi at good speeds and you are in cell phone range if you need it. The staff was very friendly.
Located at the top of the upper twin lake, this campground is nestled in large pine trees with high mountains on both sides and the large upper twin lake in sight. The interior roads are horrible, narrow, dirt, uneven, with trees on both sides. They don't take reservations but have lots of dry camping sites. It is just about impossible to get a full hookup site as there are squatters waiting to take the next available once someone pulls out. If you have a generator it's not a problem. We were there in August and the temperatures were 80 during the day and 45 at night so we never ran the AC. There is a guy who drives around on Tuesdays and Thursdays with a pump out unit to empty your holding tanks for $15 plus tip. There are a lot of water faucets as well to fill your fresh tank. The sites are pretty difficult to figure out. Their map made no sense. You will be better off parking after you pass the check in gate and walking into the campground to find your spot. Then have someone stand there while you drive up. There are some great creekside sites just left of the meadow that I would recommend. From a recreation standpoint there is so much you can do: fishing, hiking, boating, you name it. There is laundry, showers, bathrooms, market, boat rentals, and a restaurant on site so you don't have to leave for any reason. They have free wifi for 10 minutes and then you have to pay for your time. The staff was really nice and helpful. We'll visit this campground again.