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Old 02-10-2016, 11:40 PM   #15
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X2. Orangeland was nice and you can pick the oranges and eat them. Yes, orange trees in the park.

I remember when Orange County had orange groves everywhere.
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Old 02-11-2016, 11:46 AM   #16
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Incidentally, if u want ur RV detailed whilst staying at Anaheim RV park, the 'Wash Crew' did a fantastic job on my RV. They removed all the swirl marks the last mobile crew left on my paintwork.

These guys were detailing multiple RVs a day in the park. Their contact details are on the map they give you when u check in.

Highly recommend!
Yup! They do great work, I live in the area and use them on a regular basis

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Old 02-16-2016, 11:19 PM   #17
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We made it!
Nothing to fancy but nice level site, sat works great. We are in site 155.
I would not recommend getting here in the dark.
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And we are getting the coach washed by the crew recommended above on Thursday.
Thanks for the advice!
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And we are getting the coach washed by the crew recommended above on Thursday.
Thanks for the advice!
You're at Anaheim RV Park? If so, you will get a great firework display from Disneyland!
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Just another recommendation for Mike at The Wash Guys.
We had him come here to the Anaheim rv park and he and his crew did a great job.
I told him the only reason I called him was the references from this thread.

I wish I knew how to post a picture.
Our coach has never looked this nice.
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Which of these parks would work best if I'm towing a 25' trailer behind my 40' coach?


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Which of these parks would work best if I'm towing a 25' trailer behind my 40' coach?


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Both have pull throughs but I would call ahead and make sure that you can get a pull through and let them know the size of the trailer and see what they say. I've stayed at both and I think it's doable.
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Nunyadamn we stayed at Orangeland in Sept of 07 to go see the Ducks hockey game. It was anice park with nice level pads and grass area.The office people were very nice, and gave my wife a pole to pick oranges.Clean rest rooms. Right across the street from the Honda Center. Orange is a cool town to walk through if you have time
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Spent 6 months at Anaheim RV Park.

Nice park, walking distance to Disney, never went but heard the music every night and enjoyed the fireworks from Disney sitting at my site.
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Realizing this is an old thread but for future reference: Not impressed with Anaheim RV Park. Needs a fence around the property, we didn't leave chairs and such outside in that neighborhood. Far too many trees so couldn't use roof-mount sat dish. Trees need trimming and were in the way of the rig making the turn into our spot. Across the street from a school. We drove to D-land and parked for same price as shuttle. Park just seemed too tight.
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