Sunday, April 22, 2018

Review - Soledad Canyon - Acton, CA - April 21 - April 24, 2018

This Thousand Trails park is located along Highway 14, just 10 miles west of the Palmdale/Landcaster area.


This park has 477 full hookup RV sites, and 376 power and water only. It also has 59 rental trailers and 8 getaway cabins. All located in 7 camping areas.


The entrance is off Crown Valley Road just a few miles south of Acton, CA.







A nice place to pull in and stop. Then walk into the welcome center to check in.






Then on into the park and enter the code to get through the gate.







To the right, is camping area A.







With RV spots and cabin rentals.

Then on to the Family Lodge and pool, also the laundry, country store, and mini golf.












If you go left after entering the park, you will see Area C on your right. This is mostly water & electric sites and tents.




On your left, is Area B, where we parked.









This is us.







Then on to Area K. The Adult Lodge and Adult pool in here, along with another laundry room.













Then across a wash bridge that was currently washed out from previous rains. There is another temporary way into this area for now.







Area P. Lots of rentals.






Then Area Q.






Up the hill towards Area N. The only place where you have a good cell signal! This is our favorite camping spot!













Down a little hill and into Area M. Used for group camping.








This is a big park. Lots of activities and kept up real well. Palmdale/Landcaster with over 300,000 people is just 10 miles away and has everything you may need. Satelite TV reception is doable throughout the park and cell service is only good in Area N. WiFi is available in both lodges. There is a Metro train that goes by everyday and blows the horns, but I haven't heard it at night. Power is good in the sites we have been in, N and B.

Yep, this is a good one.



We will gladly come back to this one.