This park is one of the few parks in the LA region and hence it charges very very high prices. We booked last January, prices went up in May (no warning email sent), and they made us pay the extra when we arrived. At about $120 a night, it is expensive. It offers lovely views overlooking the sea from up high and you can hear the waves breaking down on the shore above the sound of the traffic on the Pacific Coast Highway which separates the camp site from the beach. There is fast Wi-Fi but they turn it off when the office closes in the evening at 7 pm. The camp site toilets and showers are not in the best of condition but we have seen much much worse elsewhere. Camp staff are friendly enough, particularly to the long time regular clients. Other than the price, there is nothing wrong with this camp site and we would have stayed longer if we could have afforded it
This KOA is a few miles out of town – it is not over large and consists of a mainly gravel site with some grass and a few trees. The toilets and showers are clean, WiFi is good when it is working but the connection is a bit patchy. Train noise is very noticeable even though we are further away from the trains than we have been elsewhere, the noise from the I40 is barely a murmur. All pitches are full service with a reasonable number of cable channels (not that we could find anything we wanted to watch). Check-in was very welcoming including the free biscuit, an offer of a meal service in the evening if we wanted to buy from the nearly 100% meat based menu. A free continental breakfast is offered in the morning in the camp office. The big draw back with this site is it costs which is very high as compared to other KOAs and more than twice that charged by a Good Sam campsite you pass on your way to this one. We enjoyed staying here (it gave us what we were looking for) but would consider staying somewhere cheaper next time.
Over the past three months, we have stayed at around 50 RV camps. This is the best of them and it is probably one of the best we have been to anywhere. It is reasonably large, roads around it are tarmac, sites are concrete with grass / gravel in between and are in immaculate order. The swimming pool / hot tub is well maintained, the toilets and showers are large (but few in number as is the norm here). WiFi is very good and fast. The social room is very nice and comfortable. Washing / Drying is $4 but we found the dryers poor (two goes and clothes still wet). Cable receives around 26 channels. Check-in was business like and did what it was supposed to do, the RV shop sells the usual things, there are plenty of things for children to do. For the Good Sam rate we paid, we were very pleased with this camp site and wish there were more like it. We thought that it was well positioned for Zion NP and looked better than those we passed which were closer to the park.
As other reviewers have said, this is an enormous RV park in what would be in any other language, a tarmacked hotel car park. Pitches are quite spacious and ours came with water, electricity and sewage (although the sewage outlet was very badly positioned for any van of any shape or size, it was also about 6 inches off the ground which made drainage difficult). There was no shade on virtually all of the pitches in the park and therefore you have to keep your aircon on the whole time in order to keep cool. The park is about 10 minutes walk through the Circus Circus hotel to the strip, there are very few food shops nearby although a map they gave me shows a supermarket a number of blocks away. You would not want to walk there for obvious reasons. The camp store does not contain much of use, concentrating on t-shirts and other non essentials. WiFi works well at almost all hours of the day, the swimming pool looked ok, the toilets and showers were very clean. There is site security although the front and rear gates are open 24 hours a day so it might not be very effective. We have no complaints with the site: it served its purpose for three nights.