This park, in my opinion, should be on a only if necessary basis. Very tight spaces, no room for awing. Only 5 ft between rigs, ugh! Not children friendly, nothing for them to do except swim. Park is very dog friendly. Guests in park are very nice. 2/3 of park is full timers. Streets are very tight, we even witnessed a minor collision, no room. Final straw for writing this review after being here almost two weeks is this. Went to “store” to get a soda, the sign on door says coke 50% off. This made me very curious, pulled a Diet Coke out, 20oz version, expired last month. Took a 12 oz can out, expired December of 2019, WTH. I cannot recommend this place for anything other than a need to stay somewhere just for the night then move along the next day.
This park is not intended for big RVs. We traveled in a Class A, 41' Phaeton, towing. We watched another Class A barely make it into the campground entrance right before us.
The spaces are tiny despite the fact that we reserved, and paid extra for, a "Deluxe Patio" site. On the KOA website the picture of the "Deluxe Patio" reflects a picnic table, seating area, room for a vehicle and your RV. Instead we pulled into a small spot that had a cement pad just big enough for our car and a big box of some kind taking up most of the grass area. Our neighbors may have taken our picnic table before we arrived; however, there would not have been room to put it anyway. We had to reverse out of the spot when we departed due to the tight spaces and having four big yellow posts sticking out of the ground at the front of our campsite that we would have had to maneuver around. Our neighbor took out their electric box trying to exit with their toy hauler/5th wheel. People parked in the streets because few of the spaces were large enough to hold a vehicle and a camper/rv.
I feel like the website severely misrepresented the type of site we were getting compared to how the site looked upon arrival. We paid more than $20/day extra for the "Deluxe" site and ultimately left a day early because there was nothing enjoyable about the site.
This is probably the most "interesting" KOA we have stayed at. We stayed here for 2 weeks while enjoying the sights of Los Angeles. The staff was friendly upon arrival, but that is probably the best thing about the place. The sites are very close together. Our neighbors hookups were literally at our front door. Thankfully, after the 2nd or 3rd day, they left and we had no one on either side of us, so we felt we had a little breathing room. There is a small patch of grass between sites, but a lot of them, like ours are mostly dirt. So, when their sprinkler system goes off, it creates mud. I understand I am at a campground, but I have never had so much dirt in my trailer. There are many permanent residents at this KOA. I have never seen this at any other campground....a lot of them have carports, yes, carports on their sites. A lot of them stick out into the road. Many of them have plants all over their site...looks like a jungle. The person at the 2nd site down from us had his satellite dish literally 2 feet into the road!! I don't understand this....I would think KOA would have some sort of standards regarding their campgrounds. They should turn this place into a trailer park/RV park and put the permanent residents on one side and the transients on the other. There are a lot of planes flying overhead, so if you are sensitive to that, it does get loud at times. This personally was not an issue for us, we kind of enjoyed it. So, if we are in the LA area ever again, I would not stay here. I would probably pay extra $$ and stay somewhere closer to the coast. This would be ok for a night or two, but not for a longer period of time. Also, there is a pool, but nothing else for kids to do, so I wouldn't recommend this place if you are looking at activities for your children.
I reserved the cabin at the KOA about a year before my stay after having a great experience at the KOA in my state that is really nice. I thought "roughing it" a bit would be worth it to save money and I am not quite sure if I would go that way again.
The good: The ladies that work the desk are very nice. They were helpful and friendly, the pool area was good, the women's showers were clean and while busy at times, they were adequate, the laundry room was nice to have. The cabin was comfortable and clean.
The bad: The cabins are at the back of the park and there is only one restroom at the front of the park. The walk was too far, especially in the middle of night...for that reason, we would not return. Why would a park put the rv spaces closer to the bathroom and the tent and cabin spaces the farthest given most rvs have a bathroom? We also had ANTS all over our space and had to throw out half of our food. The last thing was that the Wi-Fi did not work for us unless we were by the front of the park...again being so far away made the stay less comfortable.
Deanna was very genuine to work with . We enjoyed this KOA It had two dog walk areas which were shaded and made soft for the dogs paws - so thoughtful ! Also had pool & Jacuzzi, laundry, fitness room and Wifi throughout the park . Was very happy with the park and will be looking to stay there again! Lots of shade trees and we were a happy camper. Stayed in June 2017 for two nights in RV