Oak Park

(1) Review

901 Quimisa Drive, Simi Valley, CA, 93065

Oak Park is located near the incredible west coast metropolis of Los Angeles, and is not just a great spot for site seeing and entertainment, but is historically well-known for its excellent campgrounds. Get ready for world-class food, sights, experiences and outdoor adventures while in LA, and be sure to plan for an extended stay!


Amenities and Activities

Campers can take advantage of the tons of great activities near the campground. Some camper favorites include: have a cookout on Dockweiler Beach, snorkel, bike along one of the area's many beaches, summit Mt. Baldy, pier fishing, scenic and sunset viewing, visiting Joshua Tree National Park and paddle boarding. Amenities at the park include: group picnic area, boat launch ramps, beach access, RV sites, restrooms, grills, educational programs and a horseshoes pits. 



- Getty Center

- Griffith Park

- Grauman's Chinese Theatre

- Walt Disney Concert Hall

- Santa Monica Pier

- Griffith Observatory

- Hollywood Sign

- Los Angeles County Museum of Art


RVers can also look forward to Italian, French, Spanish and even Greek flavors at places like: 

- Republique

- Providence

- Cicada

- Bestia


The campground offers travelers a convenient location to some of the region's best restaurants, breweries, outdoor activities and attractions; it's also a great place to enjoy plenty of camping adventures on the breathtaking west coast. Hope to see you soon!

Last Updated: 10/25/2019

Pets Allowed

Big Rig Friendly

Water Hookups

30 Amps



Wildlife Viewing

Family Friendly

901 Quimisa Drive, Simi Valley, CA, 93065
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Overall Rating: 5.0

Davina Bruno

My son loves reptiles, so when a friend told me about this park, I was super excited to take him for his birthday. The wildlife in Oak Park is one of its best features. We saw alligator lizards, sagebrush lizards and a few raptors which was even cool for my husband and me to spot as we walked around with the birthday boy, but luckily for me, none of them got too close! Apart from that, it was an amazing place to find a bit of quiet. The scenery is gorgeous with a lot of low hills for walking around, and sage scrub brush you'd normally find on the coast. I especially love that the park is great for group RVing; we've considered traveling with some of our friends before but it's pretty hard to find a campground with as much open space as this one. The amenities were also pretty great: there were restrooms, barbecue pits, picnic tables (which we ended up using the most) and volleyball and basketball courts for my son to play on. Overall we loved it, and I can't wait for us to go back next summer! - Review provided by RV Park Recommendations & Reviews Facebook Group