Not the nicest park. Full of local long term residents. Tiny sites, dogs roaming about, excrement everywhere. Manager not there in early afternoon. A resident volunteered to help but was not an employee. Long Beach in general has a lot of issues; definitely not the fun place of my youth. Sad to see this town so run down. We camped here in a Travel Trailer.
We arrived after 3:00 on Friday. We could not find a manager although open sign was on by door. After 20 minutes or so a fellow showed up and said manager was gone. He didn't know where to park us so we waited. After 4:00 the manager showed up (inebriated?). Parked us and we were able to extend slide and hook ups were adequate. The roads are dusty, but what do you expect at the beach, and pet poo was everywhere it seems. It is a nice walk to beach and facilities were clean. The wi-fi was not working but cable was great (60 plus channels). The fishing was great and we will be back for clamming. We camped here in a Fifth Wheel.
Two good things: Walk to the beach (long walk, very long beach). Watch TV; many cable TV channels (but no list so hard to find anything in particular). Many bad things: It's mainly a run-down trailer park with a few transient spaces for RVs and tents. Our resident neighbor hit me up to "watch" our motorhome for us; I didn't care for the implication, and we would have left at that moment but didn't have anywhere to go (busy weekend). Animal excrement everywhere, possibly because residents let dogs and cats roam, in violation of park policy, so don't know where they drop stuff. Lots of it around my site's hookups, I had to do things on tip-toes. Sprint cellphone did not work -- ZILCH signal. Park Wi-Fi did not work; I could see the signal come and go -- I never could connect. NOT GOING BACK! We camped here in a Motorhome.
Lands End RV Park, though uninspiring (like all the other parks we saw in Long Beach), offers a lot for the price and has all the basic amenities. We were given a site for $20 because of several vacancies in the short RV section. The roads and sites are unpaved so be prepared to deal with sand and some dust. The bathrooms are small and older but clean. There is a small laundry room. There is also a portable toilet near site 30 at the far end of the park. The clubhouse was locked for some reason. It was a somewhat uninviting metal building with concrete floor. Sites 42 through 52 look to be tent sites. The Wi-Fi worked for me the second day but not the first day. The cable TV is fine with 70 channels. One of the features that led me to this park is its path to the beach. The path through soft sand was too far for my wife but my dog had a good time. So you might say there is a huge pet area here! The manager was friendly and helpful. We camped here in a Motorhome.