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Old 02-23-2012, 09:41 PM   #1
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Any recommendations for campground near Disneyland? How far in advance to make reservations? How many days to spend at Disneyland? We want to take the grand kids this summer. Need to get concrete ideas. Thanks for the help
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:20 PM   #2
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We just spent a week at Orangeland RV park. Easy to get to and from the park and the RV park is the best we have found so far around that area. We have stayed at two before and they we just ok. Orangeland has decent parking spaces, picnic tables, patches of grass, a heated pool and hot tub. I would get reservations now if you are going to be there in the Summer. On our last trip we used shuttle busses. On this trip we used our own vehicles and really enjoyed it more.
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Old 02-23-2012, 10:39 PM   #3
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Orangewood is probably the most preferred campground, but it's several miles from the park. The nice thing about the closer campgrounds is that you can catch the shuttle, grab a nap or something to eat then head back to the park.
I would recommend at least 3 days to fully see the parks. It really depends on how crowded it is, and it's usually pretty crowded during the summer. Expect about 45 minute waits on rides.
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We stayed at Anaheim RV Village. Anaheim RV Village | Disneyland Campground | Anaheim, CA | 92805

We'd stay there again. It's close to Disneyland
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If you stay at the RV parks closer to the Disneyland parks you can get a good view of the nightly fireworks right from your RV. They have shuttles to take you to the parks. I would recommend that you get "hopper tickets" that allow you enterence to either Disneyland or CA Adventureland, allowing you to freely "hop" between the two parks. Also, make sure you get your tickets on-line and not at the gate, you will pay much more at the park gate. To help with with long waits on rides they have something call the fast-pass program where you go to a ride and insert a card in a machine to reserve your place in line and return later. Here is a link that explains it and offers tips on how best to use it-----> Anaheim: Disneyland FASTPASS tips - TripAdvisor
Good luck and have fun!
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If you belong to the Elks, there are a couple of lodges with camping pretty close to the park. I too would make my reservations now, and as an added thought bring money. Prices on everything are going up.

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If you belong to the Elks, there are a couple of lodges with camping pretty close to the park. I too would make my reservations now, and as an added thought bring money. Prices on everything are going up.

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Anaheim Rv Resort is the best. Nice park close to park, shuttle comes and picks you every 30 min. Nice people at office. Clean park.
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Anaheim Rv Resort is the best. Nice park close to park, shuttle comes and picks you every 30 min. Nice people at office. Clean park.
We stayed at this park 3 years ago and were happy. The spaces are a little tight so be prepared for that. We sat outside a few nights and watched the fireworks.

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