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Old 04-25-2016, 12:07 PM   #1
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Camping near Disneyland (CA)

We're considering taking a trip to Disneyland from Northern Nevada this year and towing the Jayco for a place to stay. We've stayed in the nearby hotels in the past but they seem to be getting more and more pricey these days. Plus I have this obsession of wanting to USE my newly purchased TT as much as possible (weird I know). Has anybody ever camped nearby the parks? We are looking at this place which has good reviews and full hook ups plus a shuttle that will take us to and fro.

Anaheim RV Park, Disneyland Camping, Orange County

We will be camping in other locations along the way so hopefully I can get my "away from everybody" fix on the same trip.

Any thoughts or suggestions?

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Old 04-25-2016, 12:22 PM   #2
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As long as you're looking, check Anaheim Harbor RV Park, too. RECENT reviews have been good, but we've never stayed there. For visiting Disneyland, we've always stayed in a hotel.

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Old 04-25-2016, 12:56 PM   #3
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I just stayed at Anaheim Rv park last month for a couple of days. It's an ok place to stay. If your planning on Disneyland there isn't a closer place. It was reall quite, but our site was a little tight to the neighbors. We drove our truck to Disneyland to park. It was cheaper. $15 to park vs $5 for each person in the shuttle. I would stay there again and probably will in the future. The spots are all different sizes and shapes. You could probably switch to a different one if you don't like what you get.
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Old 04-25-2016, 03:45 PM   #4
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We live 30 min from Disney. Did you want to stay right by Disney or are you open to a little further? Possibly check out beach spots like Crystal Cove. There is also O'Neil Regional park is about 30 min.,not beach. No hookups. I am not familiar with the place you said but if you find other state or county parks I may be able to answer some questions.

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Old 04-25-2016, 04:22 PM   #5
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We are about 3 hrs away from DL. Reading all these great stories about Fort Wilderness at DW make me really wish DL had something similar. Unfortunately it doesn't exist in CA. So we did what you are doing and researching the near by CG and really didn't like what we were finding so we still opt to stay in the hotels near by. We prefer the Residence Inn Main Gate for the room sizes and better than average breakfast included. Additionally there are a couple decent take out options a cross at th garden walk to get dinner to eat in the hotel, recall Residence Inns have proper table and chairs, which help us not feel like we are being held hostage by the mediocre over priced food at DL.
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