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Acton / Los Angeles North KOA

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7601 Soledad Canyon Road
Acton, California   93510 United States
800-562-2172

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Acton / Los Angeles North KOA


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Enjoy a swim in our outdoor pool, play a game of volleyball, or enjoy one of our other outdoor activities. You can go for a hike on the famous Pacific Crest Trail or take a Safari tour at the Shambala Preserve next door. Back at camp, we have a convenience store, playground, sandbox, basketball court, tetherball, horseshoes, 2 recreation/meeting rooms( subject to availability), 3 bath houses with showers,and laundry facilities.

Our new theme park, Wicky Wacky Town, will be open May 6th.  Featured is the Thrill Ball down Dare Devil Hill.  Riders are strapped inside the 12' ball and rolled down a 50' hill.  Check out the video under the pictures and videos tab.  Our Wiggly Wheel Wace Track includes Pedal Karts on a track that has no straightaway.  The Acton KOA Railroad will toot it's way through the Kampground taking happy campers for fun rides.  Eat My Dust Bicycle rentals has a bike for everyone in the family to cruise around the 60 acre park.  And, the all new Take your Chances Arcade room has fun by the quarters.  Wicky Wacky Town admission is in addition to your overnight rates.

Our KOA is a short drive to California's world-famous theme parks, shopping, dining, theaters, museums, and beaches. Play for the day at Six Flag's Magic Mountain, Hurricane Harbor, or Disneyland. Visit the L.A. Zoo or take a tour of Universal Studios Hollywood, do a little shopping on Rodeo Drive, or head to the beach for a day of fun in the beautiful California sun.

Great memories are waiting to be made at the Acton L.A. North KOA and Wicky Wacky Town.  Call today for your daily, weekly, or monthly reservations and share KOA with your friends.
cindybrick
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OVERPRICED

Reviewed: Tuesday, May 3, 2016
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This KOA is WAY overpriced. 70 per night to camp on dirt and have tumbleweeds and dead brush for a view? No thanks. The only reason I gave this two stars was it was quiet. The staff were very kind, as well. The train is about 10/20 yards away and travels in the middle of the night-(THREE TIMES) and yes, blasts the horn!! WHATEVER!! We might return if the price was 35.00 per night - they claimed they had wi-fi. However, there was never any cell service. Campground is in a canyon, so that is understandable. Just advertise LIMITED WIFI service...I will upload pics if I can...
Stayed during April 2016 with Spouse, Extended Family
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combatchuck
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Awful Experience

Reviewed: Sunday, February 28, 2016
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Terrible grounds. Sites hard as a rock! Freaking train comes by at 1AM-6AM every hour. Garbage selection of things at the store, maybe have matches or lighters, or inflatable beds available. The only nice thing about this site was Alex. He was more than helpful and accommodating.
Stayed during February 2016 with Friends
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