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Old 04-13-2014, 09:59 PM   #1
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Places to stay near Disneyland?

I've been researching but wow they look kind of old and yucky. I was hoping for something like Disney World...

Anyone have any ideas?
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Anaheim RV Village is decent. Concrete jungle, but it's clean. You'll get the fireworks everynight.

If you have a car you can always stay out at Canyon RV park - used to be Featherly. Nice place, difficult management, but fairly popular. Both can fill up so make a reservation.
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Anaheim RV Village is the only one next to Disneyland the other closed. Expensive, but nice and close. You need to pay for the shuttle. Make reservation now because of limited availability.
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We just came back from Anaheim Resort RV Park last week and it was great. We spent 4 nights there. Nice family owned business, clean park, good sites. We stayed in site #262 which was great because you have a little grassy area and a tree for some shade. $$$$ but I think it was worth it. You can take the shuttle bus to DL. It makes a few stops on the way to DL but on the way back it's the 1st stop!

Be aware you will definitely hear some traffic noise from the interstate if you are sitting outside.
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Disneys Fort Wilderness is the greatest...free boatride to park...awesome facilities...
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If you are going to Disney I don't know why you would stay anywhere but Fort Wilderness. It is the best. Probably the nicest RV Park in the U. S.
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You did say Disney World...not Disney Land...there is a huge ...difference
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You did say Disney World...not Disney Land...there is a huge ...difference

I said Disney Land but I meant places like the ones near Disney World..
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There are several close enough. The closest ones have shuttles to the parks. Avoids the Anaheim traffic which is formidable. Search for the site "RV Park Reviews" and then search for Anaheim California. You'll see all the choices and real like reviews of each.
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