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Old 10-14-2012, 08:06 PM   #1
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Los Angeles for the winter?

I may have to head to LA for a long term project. Anyone have any ideas for a reasonable park near the Wilshire corridor?
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Old 10-14-2012, 10:41 PM   #2
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Los Angeles is not really RV friendly. There are few, really no, RV facilities in the city. Malibu park RV is an expensive option. Castaic RV park or Travel Village RV park are both clean, nice parks near Magic Mountain in the Valencia area. In rush hour(s) it can be a long drive, but on off hours you can make the drive in 30 to 40 minutes. There is a park in Northridge near the Northridge Fashion Center, called Oaktree RV. It is small, clean, has questionable reviews based on the management (I can't say, never stopped by) it also backs up to an active train track, but it is 20 min closer to the Wilshire district.
Your welcome to PM me if you wish, but there really isn't anything at all over the hill in Wilshire, UCLA area.
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There is a very nice RV park in San Dimas called East Shore. It is not in LA city by any means, but east of LA about 30 miles. This park is on top of a hill with lots of trees and grass. I have stayed there a number of times. When I go to LA with our RV that is where I stay.
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Thanks for the info. I didn't think I had seen anything when I lived there 10 years ago. Sounds like the situation has remained the same. Just may have to find a studio apt somewhere.
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We stayed at a park next door to Burbank studios , forgot the name , clean , tight , reasonable rates
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Birmingham trailer park on balboa
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Think you have to leave site once a month , drive around block and return , guy who owns site was super helpful
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Jimmy - thanks.
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The one in Northridge is actually called the Walnut RV park. It's pretty decent. I have not been in Birmingham since they cleaned it up (years ago, it was...well... 'problematic')

But in both cases (they are only about 3 miles apart) it will be a schlep to Wilshire; figure a good hour.

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If we get the project housing will be problematic. Either The Valley or near Long Beach. Well, either will be shorter than my old commute from Rancho Cucamonga to North Hollywood. That was two hours each way.
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campwilliams.com Azusa Ca. off season 1/2 price
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