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The park is very nice and feels homey. Only a few problems and I would give it at least a four star rating. I've been in and out of the park for the past 13 years. Some of the earlier years were fantastic! The biggest complaints that I have and just about everyone else in the park has is Management. They have 2 ladies that work there, one who is very friendly and accommodating and the other who, and im trying to say this as nicely as possible, I believe suffers from multiple person disorder! Some days she is very nice, but most of the time she is very condescending and judgemental. You shouldn't have to feel like you need to hide, but she gives you very little choice. The owner I am most positive of is not in the know of her actions, and she keeps it impossible to contact him. They no longer offer WiFi there because they are to damn cheap to maintain it! For as much as they charge for a space it should be free and working! And also, if stay more than a few months they make you Hardline your sewer pipe. Which cost 60 bucks and in your out when you have to leave. It is ridiculous! Other than that it is a very wonderful park. Hopefully they can get this resolved some day here in the near future.
Personnal very not friendly. Spaces very very tiny. Slides are so close that you can't move between. Pool not heated. Price very hight. It is much more a monthly RV Park than a campground. I hate it. Be careful it is not a pet friendly campground!
My husband and I stayed here for 3 months (8/14-10/14) for a contract with our jobs and worked in north La. The location is great with lots of restaurants, shopping, and grocery stores nearby. We enjoyed the park, it is small but they keep it very clean and yes seem strict on things as previous reviewers have saw as negative but overall I think it was a good thing. The bathrooms were kept clean as well as the laundry facilities (is everything brand new? No but clean is always good) The free wifi was surprisingly good. We were able to park my small SUV and my husbands 2500 truck beside our site as well, we have a 37 foot 5th wheel. So over all for the choices is the area this is the best. We didn't have any issues with the managers, they are not overly chatty but that's not a bad thing :) They brought around gifts out of the blue the second month for everyone (summer sausage and cheese set) and they are currently forwarding our mail manually (printing out labels with our new address and placing them on mail they receive and sending it back out) since USPS won't forward mail from the business address to our new address. So definitely consider this park if you are interested in this area. We had a great stay and appreciate everyone at the park :)
Walnut RV Park has been around since the 1960's. What started out as a farm later developed to one of the only two great RV parks the city of Los Angeles has to offer. We're like a blast from the past visually when you enter the grounds and our customer service will make you feel like you've time warped. We're a simple little park that loves to do things simple. The good old fashion way.