Sunday, March 6, 2011

Campground Review - Glen Ivy RV Park

Staying in the Los Angeles area can be an expensive proposition, even in an RV. So we elected to stay in the inland empire at Glen Ivy RV Park, near Corona.

Nearby attractions - 8 - As long as you don't mind driving a bit, Greater LA is within striking distance. Plus there are several things to do in the inland empire. 30 minutes with no traffic to Anaheim. Really close to Tom's Farm.

Staff - 7 - Nice people.

Natural surroundings - 8 - Small bushes and trees near sites, mature trees and lakes nearby.

Value - 6 - We paid $34 a night for full hook-ups, back-in site.

Bathrooms - 5 - They older, slightly out of date ad not super clean. Still there were plenty of them and the showers were hot.

Roominess - 8 - The sites were decent sized with a picnic table and plenty of room to park the toadie.

Facility fun - 8 - An older playground, a teen center and two swimming pools.

Cleanliness - 7 - A slightly older park.

Facility usefulness - 8- Dump station, laundry, showers, propane. Cable and fire pit and picnic table at each site.

Overall - 7 - A nice alternative to the costly parks of Orange and Los Angeles county.

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