Los Angeles is the land of palm trees, beaches, and celebrities and people flock from all over the world to visit. What better way to explore this city than in your RV? Plus, Los Angeles is a great jumping off point to some truly epic road trips in California. There are only a handful of places to park your RV and here are 5 of the best campgrounds in Los Angeles County.

Dockweiler RV Park

It doesn’t get much better than camping right next to the beach and that’s what you’ll get at Dockweiler RV Park. Pay the extra money to get a spot that butts right up to the sand for unobstructed ocean views where you’ll have access to the beach and bike path just steps from your front door. This RV park might be the best location, as it’s near major freeways that will take you to downtown, Hollywood, Santa Monica, or Venice Beach. One downside is that the park is directly underneath LAX and the planes are LOUD and take off consistently! While there aren’t amenities at the park itself, you won’t even notice while you spend your days lounging on the famous Los Angeles beaches.

Rates: $55-$65 a day

Hookups: 118 sites with full hookups

Los Angeles/ Pomona/ Fairplex KOA

Located about 30 minutes east of downtown Los Angeles in Pomona, the KOA is a nice getaway from the hustle and bustle of city life. The park has a great nature vibe with beautiful views of the San Gabriel mountains. There are some great amenities offered at this campground, including a Hollywood Sightseeing Tour that departs right from the campground, a pool and hot tub, and WIFI. They also offer a complimentary continental breakfast every morning that will get your day started off right. It’s also conveniently located to public transportation that will take you all over the city if you want to avoid sitting in traffic. It’s 20 minutes to the Gold Line and 5 minutes to the Metrolink.

Rates: $68-85 daily

Hookups: Full hookup sites available

Golden Shore RV Park

Located at the very southern tip of Los Angeles County, Golden Shore RV Park features a great location in Long Beach. With easy access right off of the 710 freeway near the marina, the location can’t be beat. There is a walking/bike path right beside the park and the location is walkable to nearby restaurants. The RV Park features a nice pool and hot tub which is a great way to recuperate from exploring the city all day. There are also laundry facilities, a shuffleboard court, and horseshoe pits.

Rates: $60-$69 Daily/ $340 Week

Hookups: 80 sites with full hookups

Malibu Beach RV Park

When you think about camping in Los Angeles, gorgeous ocean views are what comes to mind. If that’s what you’re looking for, then Malibu Beach RV Park is right for you! With stunning views overlooking the Pacific Ocean, you’ll never want to leave. Malibu boasts some of the most gorgeous coastlines in California and you can easily explore the area right from your campsite. The park offers laundry facilities, a game room with billiards and table tennis, a convenience store that sells beer and wine, RV parts, and food staples. If you’re lucky, you can watch whales and dolphins swimming in the ocean from the comforts of your campsite.

Rates: $40-$105 Daily/ $250-$1340 Weekly/ $1360-$5,360 Monthly*

*Rates vary based on view and hookups

Hookups: Over 80 full hookup sites, as well as water & electric, and tent sites

Hollywood RV Park
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Hollywood RV Park

Hollywood RV Park has been an iconic landmark in the area since 1948 when it opened. With close proximity to downtown, Burbank, & Hollywood, it’s a great location to explore the city. It’s about a 30-60 minute drive into Los Angeles, depending on where you are going, and of course, the traffic. It’s also convenient to use Uber from this park to get around the city. The park features unique art murals and a popular playhouse that showcases live music, performances, and comedy shows. Park amenities include WIFI, a gym, and laundry facilities on site.

Rates: $65 Daily/ $395 Week/ $1,200-$1,400 Month

Hookups: Full hookups available