When in southern California, visiting Disneyland is a must! And if you’re pulling an RV, you want to be able to set up somewhere close by. We found a great RV park within walking distance of Disneyland. Read on for our review of Anaheim Harbor RV Park.
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We frequent Disney’s Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground in Florida. But when we made the decision to hit Disneyland while in southern California, we knew Disney didn’t have a campground in the area. So while researching places to stay in our RV in Anaheim, we were amazed to find a spot available at the Anaheim Harbor RV Park.
Anaheim Harbor RV Park: Location
Anaheim Harbor RV Park is located in Anaheim, CA near I-5 and S Harbor Blvd. It’s just a 15-minute walk from the entrance to Disneyland. What more could you want?
If you’d rather not walk to Disneyland, there are shuttles available for a fee that pick up and drop off right outside the RV park.
Anaheim Harbor RV Park: Fees and Campsites
This RV park has both long-term and short-term campsites. The back half of the RV park is reserved for the long-term guests while the short-term sites are located at the front of the park. In total, the park has well over 100 campsites.
The campsites here will accommodate RVs up to 40′ in length. They are fully paved and have full hookups with 30 and 50 AMP service. Many of the short-term sites have a small lawn area with picnic table.
Nightly rates range from $45-$70/night for a 2 person occupancy, and there is an additional charge of $4/night per additional person over the age of 10.
Campsites are fairly close to each other but if you plan to spend your time at Disneyland, you won’t be there enough to worry about it. This is a picture of campsite #118/119 where we stayed.
Anaheim Harbor RV Park: Facilities
This RV park does have two bathhouses, but because we were on full hookups we did not use them. I also failed to get a picture, but they do say on their website that they are newly renovated.
They also have a clubhouse where you can sit and read, watch TV, or drink your morning coffee.
If you need to do laundry, you’re in luck! They have a great laundry room with 8 washers and 8 dryers. It was nice and clean when I used it and I was able to get all of our laundry done at one time.
Anaheim Harbor RV Park: Things to Do
Who would want to do anything other than go to Disneyland?
If you don’t want to spend your entire visit at the house of mouse, then you’ve got a few options of things to do in this RV park. If you or the kids want to take a swim, they have a gated and heated swimming pool that is open in dry weather. There’s also a five-hole putting green for the golfers. And if you want to hang out as a family, check out the large patio area. It has barbecue grills and picnic tables under the gazebo, nice wooden benches around a fire pit, and lawn seating for watching the evening fireworks show.
While the Anaheim Harbor RV Park is no Fort Wilderness Campground, it’s a great place to stay if you are looking to spend some time at Disneyland. With great amenities, close proximity to the park, and wonderful nighttime views, you just can’t beat it.