This time of year, many RV Snowbirds are basking in the sun somewhere in a southern state while the rest of North America fends off the winter chill. And although many parts of Southern California--like Palm Springs, Indio, San Diego and The Slabs--are popular winter destinations for many Snowbirds, Los Angeles has great appeal for those seeking a little more action and variety. There is so much to see and do that you could spend all winter in Los Angeles and never need to eat at the same restaurant or see the same attraction twice. Although, just for kicks, you might want to revisit Venice Beach a few times because nothing beats people watching on a busy weekend in Venice Beach!
Thankfully, the Los Angeles metropolitan area is home to many RV parks. Below are several of the many RV parks within a 35 mile radius of downtown Los Angeles.
Malibu Beach RV Park
This park, located on the bluffs of the Pacific Ocean in the coastal town of Malibu features spacious sites with stunning ocean views as well as a game room, convenience store, a TV room and propane. And it’s a scenic 45 minute drive to Los Angeles--that is, as long as you don’t catch rush hour traffic.
Walnut RV Park
This RV park is located about 30 minutes northwest of downtown Los Angeles in the suburb of Northridge. It’s a full service RV park located conveniently near three major freeways and many tourist attractions. The park features a clubhouse, swimming pool and free WiFi.
Mickey Mouse fans will want to stay a little farther inland at one of the many RV parks located in Anaheim.
Anaheim Resort RV Park
Anaheim Resort RV Park is located just a mile away from Disneyland Resort. The park offers shuttle service to and from Disneyland, along with a swimming pool and hot tub, a clubhouse, and free WiFi. Once you tire of the Disneyland experience, downtown Los Angeles is a short 32 miles away.
Anaheim RV Village
This RV park is located adjacent to Disneyland and features 293 RV sites, a pool, an arcade, convenience store, free WiFi and “front row seats” to the nightly fireworks show at Disneyland Resort.
Anaheim Harbor RV Park
This RV park is located within walking distance of Disneyland Resort and features a playground, mini-market, putting green and shuttle service to and from Disneyland Resort.
For those RVers seeking a little more of a state park style campground, there's a coastal campground that will be right up your alley.
Bolsa Chica State Beach
Bolsa Chica State Beach, located in the coastal town of Huntington Beach, aka “Surf City” is about 35 miles away from downtown Los Angeles. It features a campground with RV-friendly campsites, along with surfing and all of the other fun activities that come with camping on a beach.
As you can see, there is no shortage of RV parks to choose from in the Los Angeles metro area. Now the only thing left to do is book your stay at one of these resorts and let the adventure begin!