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236 Reviews of 28 Dutch Village, California Campgrounds
Enjoyed all of it. Basic simple no drama easy kicked back
We're usually full-time boondockers, and this was the first time we've paid for an RV park, so we don't have a lot to compare it to. But overall it's been a pleasant stay. Lots of shade, a pond, and reasonable rates. Good water pressure in the showers, which has been nice. Most private RV spots…
We will be there in October in our travel trailer 😎 but we have been to this park for many festivals and have had a great time.
Lovely campground in the Orange County foothills. Great hiking and equestrian trails. Excellent equestrian camping with a private corral right next to each campsite in the equestrian area.
Room for large rigs and good space for tents with flat pads.
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Been here quite a few times it's a great park, lots of hiking trails to explore, but beware if you have a diggo they are only allowed certain trails. But they have warm showers and full bathrooms which is very nice.
Sprawling lush green hills? Can’t beat Chino Hills State Park.
The campground itself feels very close together and wide open compared to the space of the park. Gets loud at night if there are too many groups camping. No cell service. Super clean bathrooms and showers.
PET OWNERS BEWARE: Our…
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I only saw the first 9 or so sites and stayed I think at site #9. For the most part, spacious spots, fire ring, picnic table, a lot of trees, and varied slopes. Road in is placed initially then dirt but is fine. There's other rough roads further in and access to hikes nearby. I loved how quiet it…
The place is great. It has firepits and picnic tables. Plenty of trees for shade but some yellow post sites are steeper than others. I stayed at yellow post 12. The camp sites are close but still quiet. Verizon had 2 bars but very slow internet. Phone calls are okay. For a spot that's free and no…
We’ve been here a few time. Great quiet place, clean and friendly host. Restrooms are very clean as well.
The site hosts were super nice and helpful and the location itself is both beautiful and has good amenities.
Also good cell reception which is always a bonus
Real toilets and urinal puts this site at the top. Relatively small site with maybe 20 spots. All are well distanced, easy to setup in and there is a running water faucet for clean outs. Tucked kinda away and 40 minutes from Big Bear Lake it's not the most convenient place to be.
Dirt roads were well kept. I came with a 170 wheel base Sprinter Van w/ 2 wheel drive and had no problems making it to site post #11. I arrived on a Wednesday and had a quiet stay. I saw 2 other RV’s in other sites on the way in. My site had a picnic table and a fire pit. I had spotty internet on…
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Overnight stay at San Mateo campground to be close to the beach. Easy to get to San Clemente State Beach and the campground parking pass was also good at the beach.
256 campsites with access to the lake. Not busy during the week, but a hopping place for families with water sports in mind. A playground and store make it more like a village. Campsites are close with no real privacy. Great staff and clean sites, worth a visit for the right folks! Hot air balloons…