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Acton / Los Angeles North KOA
7601 Soledad Canyon Road  Acton, California
8 CampedThere Reviews

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.

Anaheim Resort RV Park
200 West Midway Drive  Anaheim, California
6 CampedThere Reviews

Anaheim Resort RV Park invites you to enjoy an unforgettable camping getaway at our park when you come to play in Southern California's premier vacation destination: Anaheim! Our convenient location offers first class facilities & accommodations that is close to all of area highlights of greater Anaheim, California. Anaheim Resort RV Park is conveniently located just off I-5 in Anaheim, Orange County, California. Our central location southwest of Los Angeles makes a great "home base" for exploring the major attractions of greater Anaheim and beyond!

Avila / Pismo Beach KOA
7075 Ontario Road  San Luis Obispo, California
26 CampedThere Reviews

The comforts of a small beachside town and the quiet of a beautiful California canyon await at the Avila/Pismo Beach KOA. The surrounding hills protect the cedar cabins and 50-amp hookup sites from ocean fog. The temperate weather means campers can enjoy the nearby trails, bike path and pet walk year-round. Also on-site are all the amenities of home, including a laundry facility, showers, swimming pool, gaming room and a kids' play area. A free trolley stops at local attractions on weekends and holiday Mondays. Everyone enjoys the petting zoo, hayrides and a destination farm just across the street from the campground. Nearby, you can visit vineyards and a farmers' market, along with the quaint communities of Pismo Beach and San Luis Obispo. Explore the natural wonders of Pismo State Beach and Pismo Dunes Natural Preserve.

Banning Stagecoach KOA
1455 South San Gorgonio  Banning, California
10 CampedThere Reviews

The Banning Stagecoach KOA is located at the gateway to mile-high Idyllwild. Here you find wide, grassy spaces and great mountain views. Sites 1 through 95 are RV sites with full hookups and cable TV. Sites 96 through 99 are tent sites with water only. WiFi is available at all campsites. Our heated swimming pool is open from March through November. Activities include horseshoe pits, tetherball, volleyball, children's playground, and indoor rec room featuring a pool table, table tennis, and TV. Groups and Big Rigs always welcome!

The campground is located near one of the largest prime outlet malls in the country, and it's only minutes away from several new casinos and the best gaming in the desert. Enjoy this ideal, park-like setting near the San Jacinto Mountains, just 22 miles from Palm Springs. This is a perfect spot for I-10 travelers with easy access to casinos and shopping outlets.

Don't have an RV? Experience the RV lifestyle by staying in one of our fully-furnished park models. We provide everything you will need. Just bring your clothing, groceries, and a desire to have a great time.

Barstow / Calico KOA
35250 Outer Highway 15 North  Yermo, California
17 CampedThere Reviews

A refreshing oasis in California's Mojave Desert, the Barstow Calico KOA is conveniently located midway between Los Angeles and Las Vegas. The campground is focused on providing a pleasant and restful change from the rigors of a day on the road. Kids can work off some pent up energy on our fun bikes, playground with climbing wall or in the family pool. Our four-legged guests delight in discovering acres of desert to explore. This KOA features 70-ft. pull-thrus with dividing hedges, full hookups, free cable and Wi-Fi, cabins, as well as tent sites and our first tepee. Free shuttle service to Calico Ghost Town, a former 1880's silver-mining town, with seven fun-packed festival weekends each year, is available for guests. The Calico Mountain Trails, just 3 miles from the park, are a playground for off-highway vehicles, rockhounders and hikers. The Calico Early Man Archaeological Site is also nearby.

Blythe / Colorado River KOA
500 Riviera Drive  Blythe, California
0 CampedThere Reviews

The Blythe/Colorado River KOA is a fully equipped, fully loaded park ready to handle all your needs. There are more than 300 full hookup sites and immaculate Park Models. It also boasts an arcade, pool, spa, laundry facilities and a community center. With a boat landing and launching area and a gas station servicing both land and water, the Riviera has all your problems solved. Tired from boating? Make yourself at home on Riviera's beach.

Cloverdale / Healdsburg KOA
1166 Asti Ridge Road  Cloverdale, California
9 CampedThere Reviews

Cricket concerts, bullfrog symphonies and the sounds of ducks and geese welcome campers at this KOA tucked on a ridge overlooking the stunning Alexander Valley wine appellation. Sites are nested among 100-year-old oak trees, eucalyptus and evergreens. Deluxe Lodges perched above the valley have sweeping views to spoil you. An award winner for years, this KOA offers a hillside pool and spa, a nature trail, a pond, paddleboats and a gymnastics playground. It's a haven for bird-watchers, grape-lovers, cyclists and stargazers. Watch for this KOA's playful surprises and entertainment all summer. Enjoy wine tasting at 50 premium wineries outside the entrance. Boat, fish, water-ski, canoe or tube on Lake Sonoma or the Russian River. Nearby, Healdsburg boasts antiques, boutiques, casino and four-star restaurants. Golden Gate Bridge is 1.5 hours away. Create unforgettable memories at KOA.

Crescent City / Redwoods KOA
4241 Highway 101 North  Crescent City, California
23 CampedThere Reviews

This multiple award-winning KOA is a great place to stay while visiting the magnificent old-growth redwood forests of northern California and America's Wild Rivers Coast. The KOA staff will help you create fun-filled day trips with maps and directions to make your stay fun, easy and memorable. Discover the best hikes among the giant redwoods, swim or hike the pristine Smith River or explore tide pools, agate hunting and beachcombing along the miles of local beaches. Other day trip possibilities include guided ocean and river fishing, jet boat river trips, Battery Point Lighthouse, Ocean World, the Oregon Caves, the Trees of Mystery, the Tour Thru Tree and Fern Canyon. This kampground offers full hookup, big-rig friendly pull thru sites with 50/30 amp service, expanded cable TV and free Wi-Fi. In the redwood forest section of the kampground, you'll find beautiful and unique tent sites, water and electric sites for smaller campers and RVs, and Kamping Kabins. Join in seasonal pancake breakfasts and ice cream socials or just relax with the family around the campfire.

Eureka KOA
4050 North Highway 101  Eureka, California
17 CampedThere Reviews

Relax and enjoy this newly refurbished campground while touring Redwood National Park, Avenue of the Giants, Victorian Ferndale, historic Old Town Eureka and the scenic Northern California coastline. You’re ideally positioned for fishing, golfing, rafting, bird-watching, hiking, biking, riding ATVs or exploring the history of the region. Visit a historic cookhouse that still serves authentic lumber-camp meals and receive a discount coupon for this and other local restaurants from our camp store. The well-kept grounds feature a playground, a swimming pool, a hot tub, horseshoe pits, rental bikes, volleyball and a basketball hoop. Enjoy pancake breakfasts and ice cream socials during the summer months. Visit the camp store and shop for regional gifts and necessities.

Please note: Rates do not include tax

Indian Wells Rv Resort
47340 Jefferson St  Indio, California
11 CampedThere Reviews

Lake Isabella / Kern River KOA
15627 Highway 178  Weldon, California
6 CampedThere Reviews

Outdoor enthusiasts will love this KOA. Ideally located in the Sierra Mountains, the campground also backs up to the Kern River Preserve. Poised midway between Southern California and Yosemite or Death Valley, this KOA offers easy access to acclaimed whitewater rafting and kayaking on the Kern River. Enjoy nearby lake access for boating, jet skiing, fishing, windsurfing or swimming. Off-road enthusiasts can access miles of trails right from the campground. Facilities for golfing, skiing or snowboarding are a short drive away. Visit the Trail of a Hundred Giants, Silver City Ghost Town and the Native American Cultural Center, hike to waterfalls or experience natural water slides. At this KOA, you'll find everything from large, shady pull thrus to tent sites, a family pool, splash pad, playground, game room, general store and pub. Ice cream socials, crafts, games for all ages, pancake breakfasts and movie nights help make your stay great!

Lake Tahoe KOA
760 North Highway 50  South Lake Tahoe, California
9 CampedThere Reviews

Four miles from the south shore of beautiful Lake Tahoe, surrounded by tall pines with Echo Creek running through, this campground offers a relaxing stay with dozens of activities. Swim, boat or cruise the lake on the M.S. Dixie II paddle wheeler or the Tahoe Queen. Visit the casinos, 9 miles to the Nevada side of the lake. Go hot-air ballooning, horseback riding, hiking, biking and golfing. You also can enjoy kayaking, Jet Skiing or parasailing, and fishing in the Truckee River or other nearby lakes.

Our full hookup and tent sites are shaded by tall pine trees, and the DELUXE ACCOMODATIONS include a Kamping Lodge, KOA Chalet, and Tahoe Chateau. 

The Kamping Lodge features a full kitchen, private bathroom and shower, the KOA Chalet sleeps up to six comfortablly with private master bedroom and upstairs loft, and our NEW TAHOE CHATEAU sleeps up to twelve in style, featuring a beautiful 1,800 square foot home with 4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, fully equipped kitchen, and TV Lounge!

Enjoy the heated swimming pool from mid-May through mid-September. Bring your bicycle and ride on forest trails- or just relax at your beautiful wooded campsite overlooking Echo Creek.

Make reservations early as we are a very popular destination!

Los Angeles / Pomona / Fairplex KOA
2200 North White Ave.  Pomona, California
16 CampedThere Reviews

Imagine having all of Southern California at your doorstep-Disneyland, Hollywood, Knott's Berry Farm, Universal Studios and more-with a serene, safe, country-style environment to return to. That's the package at this KOA, close to three major freeways and adjacent to the County Fairgrounds. Your hosts provide sightseeing tours of L.A. so you don't have to drive! Then retreat to this campground with lush landscaping, pine trees and a lovely San Gabriel Mountains backdrop. Enjoy Wi-Fi and modem service for your computing needs. The full gym and heated pool are open year-round, the mini market is fully stocked and catering service is available.

Located in the Los Angeles area- A "MUST STAY" IN LA!

RV & Boat Storage Available

Manchester Beach / Mendocino Coast KOA
44300 Kinney Road  Manchester, California
21 CampedThere Reviews

2012 Rates

All roads - and an access trail from the KOA - lead to the beautiful Pacific Ocean here, for hours of beach walking, tide pooling and abalone diving along the breathtaking Mendocino Coast. This area features the best of California in one spectacular location: two local lighthouses, Anderson Valley wineries, the picturesque village of Mendocino and magnificent redwoods. It's truly an area of unsurpassed beauty. At camp, enjoy hayrides, ice cream socials, family activities, wine tastings and many holiday events. The first half hour of Wi-Fi is free! You're also in group and family reunion nirvana. A Camping Kitchen, recreation and gathering hall and planned activities all make your outing fantastic!

Moss Landing KOA Express
7905 Sandholdt Road  Moss Landing, California
17 CampedThere Reviews

Our park is in the heart of the Moss Landing harbor, a magical sea life wonderland. Your special neighbors are sea lions, harbor seals, otters, pelicans, sailing ships and whales. We offer a little bit of something for everyone. Take a scenic nature tour through Elkhorn Slough, one of California's largest coastal wetlands, or catch a chartered whale-watching cruise out of our harbor. A vision of seaside Americana, Moss Landing is a place where you can catch or buy fresh fish straight off a nearby boat. Or you can walk to one of many wonderful restaurants surrounding our location. Shopping at the local produce markets for fresh-picked artichokes and vegetables or touring the town's antique shops and art galleries provides a welcome escape from the hustle and bustle of city life. Come for a day and you'll want to stay for a week in Monterey Bay's most hidden secret getaway!

Mount Shasta City KOA
900 North Mt Shasta Blvd.  Mount Shasta, California
11 CampedThere Reviews

The legendary Mount Shasta presides over this scenic alpine campground, set at 3,500 feet on the base of the majestic peak. Clean air, pure water and cool nights create an idyllic camping experience. The outdoors beckons with skiing, sledding and snowmobiling in winter and river rafting, fly-fishing, balloon rides, train excursions and horseback riding in summer. You're also just a short walk from the downtown area and its many community activities. Your KOA hosts can help with reservations at local restaurants - unless you just want to settle in. Send the kids off to the game room while you kick back and breathe in some of that bracing, pine-scented air.

Mt. Lassen / Shingletown KOA
7749 KOA Road  Shingletown, California
25 CampedThere Reviews

The magnificent natural landscaping of this KOA, nestled among cedars and pines at 3,900 feet, reflects the geography of the area. Nearby Lassen Volcanic National Park, McArthur-Burney Falls Memorial State Park, Subway Caves and Lake Shasta are among the numerous opportunities for sightseeing, hiking, fishing and photography. Every camper is treated like family and made just as comfortable. The RV sites are spacious, the lodges and Kamping Kabins are comfortable and the tent sites feature straw-covered pads that make air mattresses virtually unnecessary. After a day of sightseeing and a dip in the heated pool, relax in the glow of the campfire and let the taste of s'mores bring a sweet end to this true camping experience.

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Needles KOA
5400 National Old Trails Road  Needles, California
5 CampedThere Reviews

See that lush oasis in the desert? It's no mirage, it's the Needles KOA. At the edge of the Mojave Desert, hand-laid rock walls grace this surprising spot bursting with vibrant bougainvillea, eucalyptus, mesquite and palm trees. Historic Needles is close to the casinos of Laughlin, Nevada, and the scenic ghost town of Oatman, Arizona. There's plenty of life at this campground, where the clubhouse-complete with stone fireplace-is a popular gathering spot for potlucks, Monday night football on the wide-screen TV and holiday parties. The campground store offers award-winning salsa and red-chile marmalade.

Please note: The rates listed below do not include bed tax

Oroville / Feather Falls Casino KOA
3 Alverda Dr.  Oroville, California
10 CampedThere Reviews

If two of your passions are RVing and gaming, the new Oroville / Feather Falls Casino KOA will be your favorite place in Northern California (just 70 miles north of Sacramento). This state-of-the-art campground offers wide, level 50-foot pull thrus and 50-amp service. It has a store, a group meeting hall, a gift shop, a laundry and a rec room located in two unique roundhouse structures that reflect the native Concow-Maidu heritage.

A short stroll down a wooded path brings you to the doorstep of the Feather Falls Casino, offering many gaming choices including: 1,000 slots, 12 poker tables and 12 table games featuring single deck Blackjack, Three Card Poker and Texas Shootout. For your dining pleasure we offer the Dreamcatcher Buffet, The Corner Deli and in December 2010 our new Feather Falls Brewery Company. This complex has everything to make your stay complete, including the Cascade Showroom featuring top national concert acts and the Bow and Arrow Lounge offer the best in live entertainment four nights a week. If you need to take a break from the action, visit the Feather River and Feather Falls, a 45 minute drive from the campground, or try antiquing in the numerous shops in the Greater Oroville area. It's a sure bet you'll love your stay at one of our newest KOAs!

Pio Pico RV
14615 Otay Lakes Road  Jamul, California
6 CampedThere Reviews

Thousand Trails Pio Pico is a full service destination preserve that includes a wide array of activities, including volleyball, basketball, horseshoes, WII, shuffleboard, bocce ball, a pickle ball area, as well as swimming pools, wading pools, jacuzzis, tetherball, youth center, activity center and a RC track course.

Pio Pico also offers food service from Thanksgiving until the first week in September. Dinners are offered throughout the year for special occasions and holidays during the off-peak periods.

A weekly activities program ranging from baseball games, nature hikes and arts and crafts are just a few things that Thousand Trails Pio Pico provides. We also have a core group of members who have hobbies/trades that are taught through our Member Generated Activities Program.

Members come to Pio Pico for the peace and quiet of the group as well as to escape the day to day rush of the big cities. It is considered a “Destination” resort and all members enjoy the hospitality of the staff. Signature activities in the resort include various learning classes and well known entertainment.

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