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Old 05-23-2013, 06:08 AM   #1
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Disneyland Area RV Parks

Just learned DW wants to take the grandkids to Disneyland the week after we return from our national park trip. Never had the kids overnight in the RV before. We're taking two boys, a 14 and a 7 year old. Hoping for suggestions on parks, as well as general advice on urban camping, and specifically the "Disney experience."
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We are staying a week at the Anaheim Resort RV Park. Right next to Disneyland. It's expensive at $64 per day (includes all taxes and fees). That's before any Good Sam discounts. Of the 2 or 3 I looked at this seemed the best. www.anaheimresortrvpark.com
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We are staying a week at the Anaheim Resort RV Park. Right next to Disneyland. It's expensive at $64 per day (includes all taxes and fees). That's before any Good Sam discounts. Of the 2 or 3 I looked at this seemed the best. www.anaheimresortrvpark.com
Thanks, that looks like exactly what we need, and since its so close we can leave the toad at home which balances the cost.
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Anaheim RV Village - 866-991-0103 - Closest RV Park to Disneyland!

Anaheim RV Village is across the street from Anaheim RV Resort. We spent 6 weeks there. Nice place and very easy to get to the park. I do recommend taking the toad. The walk is long and a bit dangerous crossing the busy streets. The drive is ten minutes and you are in a parking area where a shuttle will take you to the entrance. With a toad you can leave the park for a rest and go back in. I decided to go back myself one night and took a taxi. About $10
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Anaheim RV Village - 866-991-0103 - Closest RV Park to Disneyland!

Anaheim RV Village is across the street from Anaheim RV Resort. We spent 6 weeks there. Nice place and very easy to get to the park. I do recommend taking the toad. The walk is long and a bit dangerous crossing the busy streets. The drive is ten minutes and you are in a parking area where a shuttle will take you to the entrance. With a toad you can leave the park for a rest and go back in. I decided to go back myself one night and took a taxi. About $10
I thought there was a shuttle every 20 minutes. Is that not a realistic option?
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Thanks, that looks like exactly what we need, and since its so close we can leave the toad at home which balances the cost.
We stayed at this park. The Trolly stops right in front and you can get a ticket right at the stop. I do nor remember how much, but it is good all day for as many trips as you want. You can see the fire works at night really good and no fighting the crowds when they are over. Sites are a little close but have great rest rooms with showers in each room. We stayed there in a MH 3 years ago.
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Ditto, post #6. It is very convenient, but MAKE RESERVATIONS! We couldn't get res. last year with our g-kids, so we ended up at the Orangeland RV Park which was very nice. However, their shuttle to DL is not a frequent, so we drove our POV to the Anaheim resort rv park and parked on the side street and took the shuttle from there, it was only a couple of miles.
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Anaheim Resort RV Park is the ONLY place I will stay when in the Disneyland area. You don't need your car as the shuttle bus stops right at the RV park.

Depending on your site you will get to see the nightly fireworks right out your front picture window.

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Anaheim Resort RV Park is the ONLY place I will stay when in the Disneyland area. You don't need your car as the shuttle bus stops right at the RV park.

Depending on your site you will get to see the nightly fireworks right out your front picture window.

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