Welcome to Canyon Country! We are located in the heart of Soledad Canyon Road surrounded by God's beauty! The drive in and out of the Canyon is beautiful no matter what time of year you visit Acton/ North Los Angeles KOA
We have a pool open from Spring to October perfect for family fun! You can go for a hike on the famous Pacific Crest Trail and enjoy a picnic in the mountains on our property. The views are breathtaking! Back at camp, we have a convenience store, playground, sandbox, basketball court, tether ball, horseshoes, a gathering room, and planned activities every weekend during the summer months. We have 3 bath houses with showers and a laundry facility, and on site security. We are ready to spend the summer helping you make memories with your family and friends!
Some of these features are available at an additional cost.
Our KOA is a short drive to California's world-famous theme parks, shopping, dining, theaters, museums, and beaches. Play for the day at Six Flag's Magic Mountain, Hurricane Harbor, or Disneyland. Visit the L.A. Zoo and Getty Museum, or take a tour of Universal Studios Hollywood. Do a little shopping on Rodeo Drive, or head to the beach for a day of fun in the beautiful California sun.
Great memories are waiting to be made at the Acton L.A. North KOA. Call today for your daily, weekly, or monthly reservations and share KOA with your friends.
Acton KOA as a base camp for PCT Hiker: We welcome PCT Hikers.
Our PCT hikers' safety, security, comfort and satisfaction are of utmost importance Camping Site ($15 a tent) Swimming Pool (Seasonal) Coin Laundry (3.25 wash and dry) Information Exchange Board & Donated Item Box Package Delivery Service Follow in the footsteps of the Challenge from Mexico border to Canada Wonderful American style HIKING cultural experience. Trek through spectacular fantastic scenery.
From Mexico Border to Acton KOA is around 450 miles. You have already accomplished 18% of the total PCT range successfully.
This was our first ever campground in a new rv. Place was nice and had a pool, volleyball, etc for kids. Nice area in winter spring or fall. A few long termer spits in the back so just be aware if you’re on vacation, not all there are, some live there.
I stayed at the KOA during my PCT thru hike, entirely with the intention of having a nice relaxing place to stay.
the KOA itself is nice. There's a pool, a clean bathroom and shower and a nice laundry room. The tent set up is affordable, $35 if you have a vehicle and $15 if you're a hiker. There's a big grass field where you can set up your tent right next to water and all of the amenities, and the KOA has free wifi which is always a plus.
The catch is, the KOA is stationed between a busy road and a railroad… so all. Isn't you end up hearing the train blasting it's horn and come morning, you're woken up by the constant influx of cars.
If you're an RVer, than you can probably avoid the noise. However, as a tent camper, it wasn't the most relaxing place to stay.