Address: 4700 Crown Valley Rd, Acton, California 93510
GPS: 34.44475, -118.212564
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Local Directions: From the south: Travel north on CA-14 (Antelope Valley Fwy) to the Crown Valley Road exit. Turn right. Travel 3.2 miles to the park entrance. Turn left into the park. From the north: Travel south on CA-14 (Antelope Valley Fwy) to the Crown Valley Road exit. Turn left. Travel 3.2 miles to the park entrance. Turn left into the park.

Contact Information
Local Phone: 1-661-269-1740
Toll Free Phone: 1-800-388-7788
Website: http://www.1000trails.com/geta...
Email: 1510scmg@1000trails.com

All year
Check In: 12 PM, RVs; 4 PM, Rentals
Check Out: 11 AM

854 RV Sites, 200 Tent Sites, 849 Full Hookup, 5 Electric and Water, 30 Amps, 50 Amps, Pull Thru, 804 Extended Stay

Daily Rates: $48.00 - $84.00
Discounts/Memberships: Good Sam Club, Thousand Trails
Payment Methods: American Express, Discover, MasterCard, VISA

Facilities & Services
Bathhouse / Restrooms, Dump Station, Groceries, Hot Showers, Laundry, WiFi

Dog Park, Fishing, Hiking, Mini Golf, Playground, Swimming Pool

All Ages, Pets Welcome

Max RV Length 65 ft, Max RV Width 24 ft
Total Sites854
RV Sites854
Tent Sites200
Max RV Length65 ft
Max RV Width24 ft
Full Hookup (849)Electric and Water (5)
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Wading Pool  


Average Rating
2.5 star rating
Based on 4 reviews
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3 star rating
Middle of the road park. Could be top of the line
February 26, 2014
We stayed there a couple weeks. It has all the potential of being a first-class park, but the bathrooms were vandalized, staff not real friendly, lot of areas run down. I do think they are trying to upgrade it, but need to do it soon. We are part of the Thousand Trails Membership and this is the closest park to LA. We plan on returning due to necessity, but hope they will get the upgrades complete.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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2 star rating
bizarre place
January 4, 2014
At the entrance is a brand new not yet open greeting center. They are doing renovations at the adult rec hall. Yet at the same time the rest of the place is falling apart and neglected. If I were to guess I'd say they intend to split the property and have vacationers have the new stuff and the full-timers with all their sheds and run down campers in another area. Their hot tub was nice and big. Some weird guy came along and tried to scare us saying it was all brown earlier that day. I also don't know why management allows a nutjob fundie to conduct bible meetings in the rec room and proselytize. Creepy. There isn't really anything nearby this place. It's odd.

We stayed here in a Class B Motorhome.
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1 star rating
Going Downhill FAST!
November 19, 2013
We are members of this campground through Thousand Trails. It’s our HOME park. We used to love to go to Soledad Canyon as a quick getaway over a 4 day weekend that’s only 90 minutes from home.

Now there are so many long-term campers that it looks like a junky trailer park. These long-termers pile stuff upon stuff in their campsites. They have so much stuff that it bleeds over into the campsites next to them.

There are limited 50 amp sites in section B, but you will find 30 amp tent-camper pop-ups in 50 amp sites, cars belonging to RVs parking in the sites next to them so as to keep people from camping next to them. And management could care less.

One long-term resident has her site fenced off and has at least a dozen dogs of which one or two are always barking at any given time. Nothing is done about it.

The only reason we would return is that we pay for this place in yearly dues and we will not let them run us out. We'll just keep complaining until something is done.

We stayed here in a Class A Motorhome.
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4 star rating
Don't Judge a Book by Its Cover
Canoe Freak
December 13, 2011
Lots of my friends have told me not to come here because the campground was terrible and unkept. Still went and I'm glad that we did. There are a lot of areas in the campground that needs a bit of an upgrade, but pretty much it was okay. We were lucky to get a good site at the N section with reliable electricity that was really flat and level. Good satellite TV and cellphone reception. Lots of shade. No problems with the WiFi access. There were quite a few bugs, but that's all part of the camping experience, I guess. Their lodge is great! Lots of amenities for the adults and kids. Would definitely come back.

We stayed here in a Travel Trailer.
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