Corona, California sits between Orange and Riverside Counties and is easy to reach from Interstate 15. Tucked into the southwest corner of these major Southern California freeways, the city is convenient to the best that Orange and Riverside Counties have to offer, making it a great place to park your RV and stay a while.
At one time, Corona was a favorite retreat for Hollywood stars who were looking to escape the crowds, and it is now an upscale suburb that’s convenient to both Los Angeles and Orange Counties. Check out our list of the top 10 campgrounds and RV parks near Corona, CA. Anyone of them would make for an excellent stop during your California RV trip adventure.
Family owned since 1972, Orangeland RV Park lives up to its name. Orange trees dot the site that is convenient to many of Orange County’s major attractions. When you stay at this park, you’ll have a chance to see orange trees in their native habitat, and depending on the season, you can pick fruit right off the trees.
This RV park gives you quick access to many of Orange County’s major attractions as well as those in the Los Angeles area. The facilities on-site and the RV spaces are immaculate, and the park’s management is highly responsive.
“This waa s 1st stay at an RV park and we couldn’t have asked for a more perfect place. Everyone is so nice and helpful. Very well run and clean. Shuttles to Disney. Fruit trees galore and you are encouraged to pick the fruit. Will definitely…” – Carol, TripAdvisor review
The Anaheim RV Park is close to all that Corona and Orange County have to offer. It’s just off Interstate 5, which is a major freeway serving all of Western California’s cities, beaches, and major attractions. Besides having major attractions so close by, the Anaheim RV Park has plenty of on-site amenities for those quiet times when you’d like to relax in the comfort of your Corona campground.
This RV Park is just 1 mile from Disneyland. Other attractions nearby include the Honda Center, Angel Stadium, Knott’s Berry Farm, the Discovery Center and the best beaches in Orange County. The attentive and careful staff helped Anaheim RV Park earn the 2013 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence award. This is the top-rated campground in Corona, CA according to Good Sam.
“There is also bathrooms with showers, laundry, and a pet area as well as a walking service while you are away for the day if you need it.” K.T., Yelp Review
The Glen Ivy RV Park is located just northeast of the Interstate-15 and Temescal Canyon Road in the picturesque Temescal Canyon area. Just south of Corona, Glen Ivy is situated among California oak trees with full services for RV and tent campers. Its location is close to all that Southern California and the Temecula areas have to offer.
This Corona, CA, campground makes day trips to the beaches of southern Orange County easy when you take the scenic Ortega Highway. You can also stay put and enjoy the scenery and amenities this RV park offers its guests.
“I find this place gets better the longer I stay! So incredibly quiet at night and all the residents here are helpful and inviting.” – Stacey, Yelp Review
Canyon RV Park combines a wilderness experience with city life, and it’s just off the 91 freeway at Gypsum Canyon. Privately owned and operated, the campground sits within the 795-acre Featherly Wilderness Preserve. Whether you’re a tourist from outside the region or a resident, it’s a good place to spend some time experiencing the natural environment.
Anyone who wants a wilderness getaway without going far from civilization will enjoy spending time at this RV park. It has all the amenities of Southern California within an easy drive. What the park lacks in typical amenities, it more than makes up for in natural beauty, and it offers a true camping experience. At night, you can sit around your own fire ring and enjoy the campfire.
“Nice relaxing campground that is not far from the fast pace of life. generous sized sites. well maintained park and courteous friendly staff. reasonable rates for full hookup sites. nice clean pool and playgrounds. many good restaurants close by. looking forward to going back there again!”- Philip, TripAdvisor Review
This resort is within walking distance of Disneyland and an easy drive to the many other attractions in Orange and Los Angeles counties. Just off Interstate 5 at Harbor Boulevard, you’ll be staying in the heart of Anaheim. Anaheim Harbor RV Park arranges tours that originate here for all the top spots in this region; everyone can enjoy seeing the sights without having to deal with driving.Being within walking distance of Disneyland is a major advantage. The park is also ideally situated for dining out. It’s easy to explore the other attractions nearby, like Angel Stadium, Honda Center and the Anaheim Convention Center. If you like, you can join a tour originating from the park.
Being within walking distance of Disneyland is a major advantage. The park is also ideally situated for dining out. It’s easy to explore the other attractions nearby, like Angel Stadium, Honda Center and the Anaheim Convention Center. If you like, you can join a tour originating from the park.
“We dropped in on their doorstep at Christmas time. No reservations and dog tired. Wendy worked her magic and found us spaces for our 4-night stay. Saved our trip.” – Allison, TripAdvisor Review
Vail Lake RV Resort sits on the shores of Vail Lake, which is located in Temecula’s wine country. Years ago, the lake was formed to retain water for the Rancho California area. It’s now an important recreational site that offers camping, cycling, hiking, a mini-golf course and various family sports.
The Temecula region of Southern California has a comfortable year-round Mediterranean climate that’s perfect for grape production and winemaking. There are over 30 wineries that you can visit from this resort, or you can spend the day relaxing at the campground. Vail Lake is a haven for Southern Californian cyclists looking for an uncongested place to ride. It’s also a perfect location if you’re looking for Corona camping sites that are close to city amenities but in a quiet, pristine setting.
“Vail Lake is a true escape. Rolling hills, old oak trees, grass, spacious RV spots, general store, bunk house bar, pizza and ice cream parlor, miniature golf, horseshoes, Frisbee golf, pool, trails, and basketball. Lovely location for family or couples.” – Marie, Yelp
Located in the Temecula Valley south of Coronia, the Pechanga RV Resort is part of the Pechanga Resort & Casino. Besides all the amenities associated with an RV resort, its guests have full access to the casino. The casino floor is 188,000 square feet, making it the largest in California.
This resort offers the best of the Temecula Valley with on-site entertainment, RV camping, and dining. The area is rich in nearby activities, and the ocean is a quick drive away over the Ortega Highway. The greater community of Temecula has more than 30 wineries, plus opportunities for golfing, hiking, cycling, and shopping.
“We love coming to Temecula and visit the wineries. We have visited this RV park many times as we are wine club members, so we use that as an excuse to spend the weekend at Pechanga.” – Scott, TripAdvisor Review
Located near Hemet and close to the Temecula Valley, Tucalota Springs is a 60-acre RV site with a focus on restoring the barn owl population on this site. There are 100-year-old California oaks on the property that provide shade for the campers. Even though Tucalota Springs gives visitors a wilderness experience, visitors are close to Corona and Disneyland.
The nighttime quiet at Tucalota Springs is occasionally broken by the howl of coyotes, a sound that may soothe city-weary visitors. The original agricultural character of the region is celebrated at Tucalota Springs along with all the conveniences and local amenities of the Temecula Valley. This RV campground is also central to San Diego and coastal Orange County.
“Tucalota Springs RV Park is a great place to go if you want to just get away to a nice, peaceful setting. This was our first trip there and just fell in love with the park. Don’t expect a high-end park like nearby Pachenga as all the sites are dirt but with full hookups. Hidden in the backcountry away from traffic with spacious sites, shade trees, great swimming pool, lake with
If camping in an RV next to the ocean is an experience you’ve always wanted, look no further than Huntington by the Sea RV Resort. You’ll hear the waves crash, watch surfers on Huntington’s famed beaches and experience beach culture firsthand. Besides being next to the water, the area is well-served by freeways to take you quickly to Corona and all other Southern California attractions.
Ocean proximity draws visitors to this RV park. Cool weather in the summer and moderate temperatures during the winter make an oceanfront stay in an RV comfortable and enjoyable here. Many of Orange and Los Angeles Counties’ attractions are easy to access from this central location.
“Easy access to the beach. Close to the Pier and shopping and dining. Good wifi (actually could stream Netflix). Cable TV was high definition on all channels. Game room was nice with pool table, ping pong, and football. All free. The residents we met were nice and helpful.” – Tom, TripAdvisor Review
If you’re lucky enough to get a reservation to Bolsa Chica State Beach Campground, you’ll get to enjoy a beach and campground that are among the most popular in Orange County. In the heart of Huntington Beach, this campground is part of the Bolsa Chica State Beach that draws hundreds of thousands of visitors each year. They come for the surfing, walking, fishing, volleyball, and bicycling.
Camping near the ocean is an experience that all water-loving RVers should have at least once. This beach is broad and stretches for miles. Even if you don’t plan to participate in every activity offered at the beach, you can easily and comfortably watch them from the shore.
“Excellent location right in Huntington Beach. The beach views are beautiful. You are also camping right next to the new Sea Legs At The Beach, so there is a wine bar right down the street.” – Ilya S., Yelp Review
RV parks in Corona are spread throughout the region, and each has plenty to offer visitors or residents who want a weekend getaway. There’s plenty to choose from whether you’re looking for RV camping in Corona at Glen Ivy Campground or beach camping at Bolsa Chica.
Given the nature of the city, it’s easy to see why Corona campsites lie outside the city’s boundaries. Since Southern California is well-served by its freeway systems and tourism is a major industry, it’s a breeze to pick a nearby RV campground, park your rented RV and join a tour to Disneyland. When you’re not sightseeing, you can enjoy picking citrus at Orangeland RV Park or walking along the banks of the Santa Ana River at Canyon RV Park.
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Pricing will vary. The top 10 RV Parks we selected all display daily, weekly and monthly rates for you.
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Yes. The majority of campgrounds we selected in this blog allow pets.