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Home to the stars, incredible weather, and magnificent stretches of ocean, RV camping in Los Angeles offers the best of California. Enjoy easy beach access for a day of fun in the sun or sites that offer convenient access to some of the most popular tourist destinations in Los Angeles. Whatever your priorities, these 7 RV-friendly campgrounds are sure to please.

The 7 Best Spots for RV Camping Los Angeles

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1. Golden Shore RV Resort

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Image from The Dyrt camper Rachel P.

It’s hard to list everything Golden Shore RV Resort has to offer. The resort has plentiful amenities, including a heated pool, full hookups, a dog run, and a recreation area. The grounds are grassy, well kept, and offer quick access to the waterfront. Located on Long Beach, you couldn’t ask for a better Los Angeles location. It’s close to many attractions yet offers a quiet spot for relaxation.





“Great Long Beach location, a nice bike ride along the beach to Naples and the Queen Mary.”Theo A.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $69-74
  • Number of sites: 80
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: Yes

2. Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort and Campground

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Image from The Dyrt camper Juan S.

Enjoy beautiful views and lake access at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort and Campground. This amazing campground boasts over 500 well-manicured sites. The resort is within the Frank G Bonelli Regional Park, giving you access to exciting outdoor activities. You can enjoy mountain biking, horseback riding, and bird watching, just to name a few. The site also has laundry, a pool, and propane delivery. This campground really has everything an RV enthusiast needs to enjoy themselves.

“We absolutely love it here! Great campground with an awesome staff!”Juan S.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $63-75
  • Number of sites: 518
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

3. Malibu Beach RV Park

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Image from The Dyrt camper Alicia F.

You can head to Malibu Beach RV Park any day you please. This site is open year-round and offers amazing ocean views. You’ll enjoy a peaceful escape from busy Los Angeles at an amenity-filled park. Even though the park is large, reservations fill up quickly, with many booked a year in advance. Family-friendly, clean, and located right on the beach, it’s an excellent choice for your next getaway.

“Great place to get away from LA for the weekend or anytime. Awesome views!”Chris A.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $47-264
  • Number of sites: 142
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: Yes

4. Sunset Vista RV Park

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Image from The Dyrt camper Isabel L.

Located right on Huntington Beach, this RV park is part of the south pier. Unfortunately, you can’t camp here all year since it’s only open from October-May. The park can get a little noisy at night, from traffic as well as nightlife surrounding the area. The basic amenities are provided, but nothing extra. You’ll get superb ocean views with easy access to downtown. Sunset Vista RV Park can accommodate up to 45’ rigs.

“We had beach front views, everything was clean and other rv’ers were friendly. I would definitely come back.”Isabel L.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $60-85
  • Number of sites: 46
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: No
  • Pets allowed: Yes

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5. Coldbrook Campground

Image from The Dyrt camper Kate W.

On the north fork of the San Gabriel River, Coldbrook Campground is a gorgeous oasis less than an hour outside of Los Angeles. It’s a small campground that fills up quickly. Spots are first-come, first-serve, and can fit up to a 22’ trailer. A short distance from the campground is several trailheads, including the popular Bridge to Nowhere and Smith Mountain summit. The campground amenities are rather minimal. You’ll need to bring your own water for the duration of your visit.

“Very mellow and quiet camp area. Spots are first come first serve which was perfect for us.”Stephen P.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $12-22
  • Number of sites: 20
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

6. Orangeland RV Park

This park has it all with an extensive selection of RV spots with full amenities, including Wi-Fi. It’s conveniently located just 5 minutes from Disneyland, making it an excellent option for families. Orangeland RV Park gets its name from the dozens of orange trees planted around the park. These beautiful trees offer luscious shade and a tasty snack. The park offers convenient access to all the attractions Los Angeles has to offer. All vehicles must be self-contained.

“First of all, the staff is so friendly. They escorted us to the spot and helped to park our trailer.”Numan Y.

Campground Details:

  • Price: $75-90
  • Number of sites: 195
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

7. Bolsa Chica State Beach

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Image from The Dyrt camper Paul N.

The perfect place to go surfing or sunbathing, Bolsa Chica State Beach offers 50 full hookup RV camping sites. It’s the ideal spot to enjoy a quiet moment and listen to the ocean. When you are ready for activity, the beach is right in front of you as well as access to the Bolsa Chica Ecological Reserve. It’s a family-friendly site with a visitor center full of interactive displays for the kids.

“Super convenient beach front parking with good restrooms and outdoor showers as well as a beach path perfect for walking, biking, rollerblading, etc.”Krizia B

Campground Details:

  • Price: $50-65
  • Number of sites: 57
  • RV sites: Yes
  • Fires allowed: Yes
  • Pets allowed: Yes

Los Angeles has something for everyone. These relaxing beach front and urban respites are only the beginning of the list for RV enthusiasts wanting to explore their own backyard. For even more camping spots to visit, check out The Dyrt’s full list of the best RV camping in Los Angeles.

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