If you plan to stay in Simi Valley for at least two nights, you can hook up your RV at Oak Park. This Ventura County park sits on 100 acres of open field that has large, scattered oak trees. With an industrial area right outside of its boundaries, this Simi Valley, California campground is close to town.
Simi Valley campsites are seldom as spacious as the ones in Oak Park’s campground. Although you may need to level your site with blocks, you’ll be comfortable once you get settled. The kids will love the playground, basketball court, and horseshoe pits.
“Great little place…The grandkids wanted to go camping. With no reservations, we figured we’d give this place a try. So glad we did!! Everyone had fun! The train is close, and it’s loud, but honestly, didn’t notice it inside the motorhome at night. Clean, electric hookups, ability to pay online and inexpensive! We will be going back.” – Michelle, Allstays Review
For a rural setting that’s not too far from the city, try Tapo Canyon Park in the Santa Susana Mountains. This county park and campground is on the north side of Simi Valley. It has a level pad, picnic table, and fire pit at every site, and the playground is nice for the little ones.
This Simi Valley campground is situated at the end of a canyon where you can see some of the area’s scenic rolling hills. It has an equestrian arena for horse owners and is only a couple of miles from hiking trails. Although the nearby archery field is separate from the county park, it is often a site for public sessions.
“…We liked the kids play area being so close where we could keep a close eye on them. The park has a very nice covered patio picnic table area and a large grass field. We flew kites, played games. We were able to have a campfire at night…” – Karen, Trip Advisor Review
Northridge is within 20 miles of Simi Valley and is home to Walnut RV Park. Like most urban parks, this one is close to restaurants, shopping plazas, and attractions. Its gravel sites are wide enough for you to park your vehicle beside your trailer; they can accommodate rigs that are shorter than 35 feet in length.
Although this trailer park near Simi Valley, California has limited space, it’s only a couple of miles away from a city dog park. You can walk to it and then let your pet run freely. A farmers’ market is also a nice nearby attraction that is open every Wednesday evening.
“Lovely city space. Large gravel spots, great clean pool, bathroom could use some updating but was fine. Laundry reasoble priced. Really nice staff. Recreation room with pool table and foosball, library, community kitchen. It is a busy RV park, if you are close to the entrance you will hear car noise, but not obtrusive.” – Eliz, RV Park Review
This campground is in the Los Padres National Forest, and it’s a part of the Lake Piru Recreation Area. While the RV sites are not right by the water, they are within walking distance to it. Lake Piru is a popular location for people who enjoy boating, fishing, kayaking, and taking part in various other water sports.
Why You’ll Love Olive Grove Campground You can easily find a campsite at Olive Grove Campground that is under the shade of mature trees. It will have a table plus a fire ring. You won’t have to walk very far to get to the volleyball and basketball courts; you can let your dog run around in the fenced, off-leash dog park while you enjoy your surroundings.
“…The whole campground is one sprawling olive grove, with some spots in the sun and some dappled in the shadow of the trees…The waterfront of the lake is nearby, down the slope, I saw some vulture birds there. It is a bit colder up the Piru canyon than down in the valley, but in March it already was a plus, and in summer this place must be a real escape from the heat. The road to the lake through the canyon is very picturesque, as well as the lake and surrounding mountains.” – Helgie, Trip Advisor Review
The Santa Clara River runs west of Simi Valley and irrigates the orchards of Santa Paula. As the Citrus Capital of the World, this area draws in travelers daily, many of whom choose to stay at this nice urban RV park. Mountain View RV Park gives you a place to hook up your vehicle while you go for a swim or relax in the hot tub.
The convenient location of Mountain View RV Park is perhaps its best feature; everything from grocery stores to pharmacies is close by. Ventura and many beautiful beaches are just a short drive away. In the other direction, you’ll find mountains and incredible hiking trails.
“…Small park so sites are tight but they do have a section for parking tow vehicles if they do not fit in site with the rig. Very clean. Staff friendly…Grocery, pharmacy and fast food very close.” – The Petersons, RV Park Review
When you’re RV camping in Simi Valley, you won’t find a view that’s prettier than the one at Malibu Beach RV Park. One side of the park overlooks the sparkling ocean, while the other gives you mountain scenery. This RV park is within walking distance of the Solstice Canyon hiking trail, and it’s also close to a fabulous seafood restaurant.
The amenities at this campground by the shore include a play area for children and a short dog walk. If you can pull yourself away from the beautiful beach, you can play some table tennis or pool in the game room. The on-site convenience store offers food and supplies, and even propane is sold there.
“…There are flora and fauna aplenty and the sites are an adequate size. The park is clean, well landscaped, and maintained…Check in was flawless and the staff were professional and accommodating…Overall we very much enjoyed our stay.” – Kelly, Trip Advisor Review
One RV park near Simi Valley that serves its guests well is in Castaic, just a few miles to the northeast of Simi Valley. Valencia Travel Village has a lot of permanent residents, and it’s a nice park for short-stay visitors, too. Everything is well-maintained, and campers love to make use of the on-site volleyball and tennis courts.
When temperatures are soaring in Southern California, it’s time for a dip in the swimming pool. You’ll have your choice at Valencia Travel Village: You can swim in the adult pool or the family pool, and your little ones can splash around in the separate kiddie pool.
“…This park is impeccably maintained…Great large grassy dog park…The staff here is also amazing. On our 5th day and check-out day, my boyfriend ended up having to go to the ER. They were able to extend our reservation by two days AND they even sent staff out to help me refill our propane since we ran out and I’d never done it. They carried it for me, filled it and brought it back with no complaints…” – Anna, Yelp Review
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The Malibu shoreline seems endless at this campground near Simi Valley, California. It’s rich with tide pools and other coastal features that will keep you intrigued for the duration of your stay. On one stretch of beach, you can bring your pets with you as you bask in the sun and admire the view.
After a few hours in the sun, you’ll need a shady campsite and a cold drink. The plentiful sycamore trees at Leo Carrillo State Park’s RV campground will block the sun for you, and the store at the center of the campground sells necessities, including refreshments. Leo Carrillo State Park is a nice place for hiking and for falling asleep to the sounds of the ocean.
“…I do recommend Leo Carrillo State Park campground. The grounds were clean. The sites were clearly marked. It was such a treat to hear the waves at night, and to have the option to camp in a serene environment and be within walking distance [of] a nice beach.” – Nora, Yelp Review
This urban RV park is a half mile from the Castaic Lake Recreation Area. The lake offers opportunities to water ski, fish, and swim, and the campground invites you to relax in its swimming pool or hot tub. Most of the campsites are large enough for two slide-outs.
Despite its close proximity to Los Angeles, this RV park is relatively quiet and laid back. The upper lake at the recreation area can get busy sometimes with motor boats and jet skis. You can find solitude at the lower lake where canoeing and kayaking are popular activities. Across the lake is a playground area with benches.
“Such a welcoming staff!!! Never at an RV campground had we received welcoming gifts for each of us. They also provide you with coffee and donuts in the morning.” – Ana, Google Review
Your visit to Simi Valley doesn’t have to be action-packed or urban just because the town is close to Los Angeles. The area has peaceful campgrounds as well as quiet urban trailer parks. Don’t hesitate to plan your California RV trip and reserve campsites near the best attractions in Simi Valley.
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