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Ortega Oaks RV Park and Campground
34040 Ortega Hwy, Lake Elsinore, California 92530
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From I-5: Take I-5 to the Ortega Hwy exit (Hwy 74) at San Juan Capistrano. Go east 19 miles. The Candy Store and Ortega Oaks RV Park entrance will be on your right hand side. From I-15: Take I-15 to the Hwy 74 exit at Lake Elsinore. Go west 12 miles (3 miles past El Cariso Village). The Candy Store and Ortega Oaks RV Park entrance will be on your left hand side.
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60 RV Sites, 7 Tent Sites, 2 Group Sites, 60 Full Hookup, 9 No Hookup, 30 Amps, 60 50 Amps
Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Hot Showers, Laundry, WiFi
Biking, Hiking, Swimming, Swimming Pool
All Ages, Pet Restrictions
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Based on 2 reviews
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GREAT PLACE FOR FAMILIES!!!
April 5, 2017
This is a great place! I don't get the other review. I guess not every visit is perfect. I can tell you about my experience. I called and set up my reservation. They were very courteous and asked me if I stayed there before. When I told them I haven't, they explained everything to me. So as a tent camper I understood the pool and laundry was for RV campers, and residents or those who stay for extended periods. I think the review below is for residents. I can't say anything about that, but only for tent camping. There are seven sites and they were all good sizes for one tent. Each came with a picnic table, running water, and a fire pit. So many places nowadays don't have firepits, so it is nice to see this place does. You also get free firewood for your campfire which you don't see very often either. If you like hiking, this place is next to many different hiking trails! I will definitely be coming back again and again!
We stayed here in a Tent.
0 of 1 Members found the following Review useful
I would say, don't go there.
September 28, 2016
The manager Kerry Landers is very rude. The water is contaminated with arsenic over county levels and over twice the level of uranium allowed and who knows what else. I believe that I and other residents had bacterial infections from the water and that my wife contracted a sickness that attacked her muscles, skin, and liver from the water and almost killed her. There is no cure and she may die before they find a cure. She has been in and out of the hospital, her last stay was for a month. We weren't told about the water before we moved in, no one I talked to there ever was. I lived there from 04-2011 to 03-2016. I lived in unexceptionable conditions. Sewage coming up through the bathtub and toilet almost every week, faulty electric, sewage going down the side of the hill behind my trailer, gas heater that leaked carbon monoxide, windows that wouldn't open and more. I told 3 different managers to cut the trees back before they fell on my trailer. They didn't listen and 3 tree limbs weighing over a thousand pounds each destroyed my family's home and much of our belongings. Much of what wasn't destroyed was stolen. During the snow storm of December 2014, the power and water was out for over a week. Residents were asked to help clear the roads inside the park then told to fend for themselves when it came to moving trees off their trailers and lots. Management left trash and debris including a toilet out until August.
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