Anaheim, California is best known for being home to Disneyland and Knott’s Berry Farm. Prior to its opening, it was mostly a rural area. Located 27 miles south of Los Angeles, Anaheim shares its moderately hot summers and mild winters. The city’s average temperature is 70 degrees and rain is rare, so camping is always in season.
Despite being significantly less populated than California's most notable cities, Anaheim has over a dozen RV campgrounds to choose from. One of the most well-known ones is the Anaheim Resort RV Park. It offers 150 RV campsites with full hookups, with back-in sites and pull-through sites both available, though only 23 are pull-through. It comes with every amenity you could ask for, including a pool, a computer room, and clubroom complete with a large screen TV. A shuttle can take you to and from Disneyland, which is only a mile away.
A second great option is the Anaheim Harbor RV Park. It claims to outdo even the Anaheim Resort and calls itself the closest RV park to Disneyland. In addition, is has a complimentary putting green, which is perfect, as it's located near several quality golf courses. As with most Anaheim RV campsites, quality wineries are close by.
Though Disneyland is the city’s biggest draw, Anaheim is also home to the Los Angeles Angels. If you’re camping during the summer or early fall, seeing a ballgame is always an option, and tickets are usually only $10. The city is also known for non-amusement park related family fun, such as a 41-line bowling lane alley at Bowlmor Lanes, public skating at The Rinks, and mini-golf at Camelot Golfland.