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This is my favorite campground in the greater Los Angeles area. Tucked away at the top of a precarious winding mountain road. It is very basic, simple and beautiful.
We Stayed here while doing some contract work in the area January- April 2021. Some of the sites are a a lil different with their arrangements. Smaller sites with only 30amp services. Some have full hookups.... most dont. an no dump station in the park.
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Sites are right off runway for glider flying. We ended up extending stay from one night to four to watch air force cadet competition. Owners are very pleasant and helpful. Plan to return in the future and listen to the coyotes at night again. All sights are pull thru, bathroom and laundry well…
We were able to pitch a tent along side our Mini Trailer in the RV section of the park. We have visited twice now. Hiking swimming, biking, and nearby Kayaking in a clean friendly environment. The park offers large sites with nice lawn to play catch and other lawn games with the family. Also they…
We've stayed at Table Mountain several times. It's a nice, clean campground with lots of great hiking and mountain biking trails nearby. You also have the disc golf course and North Lodge run by Mountain High, which is in walking…
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It’s nice, but having known i was arriving at dark they did little to warn me about construction in the park.
No longer a KOA. Spaces are very tight. Good for 1 nite only stay. Staff was friendly and place is clean but not much room to maneuver a lg. rv. in.
Great area to explore. Site 23 is level for a 2 door jeep wrangler with a roof top tent. it is a great site to stay due to very open and lots of trees to choose to hang hammock. Larger cars could be an issue due to entrance of campsites being with an ok designed. Clean, calm and great sunsets views…
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The campsites are cramped on one another with very little space for privacy,even though our site is fairly big in comparison to some others nearby. Old school restrooms. You don’t really get the value for your money (we paid $48 for a night,that includes $8 reservation fee and a $2 dog fee). Not…
They have everything you need, propane refill service 2.99 per gallon. Laundry room, swimming pool, rec room, play ground
We were on the way to the KOA across the creek, and saw this place. You can reserve and pay online, but they charged $8 transaction fee. No cash/checks accepted. Quiet overnight, but the road is right there for the am traffic. Level spots, paved, full hookups avail. Quirky aviary on the park.
You know fairness there are a lot of spots that are better than others some closer to the lake further they have separate little communities they do have some that look as though they were permanent residents but they only allow you to stay for 21 consecutive days then you must be gone for 60 it's…
Camp host very helpful and knowledgeable
Clean areas. We were placed away from all the tent campers. Staff was friendly and helpful. Tighter spots for anything over 25ft. ONLY AT&T works. Wifi is $9/day for one device. No antenna channels found from our spot.
Showers cost $1 for 4 minutes, but dollar must be converted to tokens first. Clean bathrooms and showers with multiple trash receptacles available! Very close to Malibu Canyon Road and houses