Open All Year
7601 Soledad Canyon Rd
Acton, CA 93510Get Directions
RV Sites, Tent Sites
Check-in: 2:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
Accommodations, Deluxe Cabins, Teepees
Check-in: 3:00 pm, Check-out: 11:00 am
If you are a train lover you will love it here!!! MetroLink and other trains do pass through the back of our beautiful park. If you are not a train lover come see us in the Store/Office to get your free ear plugs.
Storage Hours 9am to 5pm
If there is a need for before or after hours there will be an extra charge.
Price per month $120, Sorry no daily rates.
Next to our beautiful KOA is the Shambala Reserve, which has retires and healing lions and tigers that you can hear at their meal time. No need to be afraid of the beautiful roars they make. They can't get to you as they are all in cages. Once a month they even do tours for people over the age of 18. So if you're interested call ahead of time and schedule your tour and come stay with us and enjoy a little R&R (roar & roar)!!!!
Please be aware that there are trains that pass through the northern part of our campground on regular time intervals. Noise may be heard throughout the day. There is also a private zoo located nearby. Lions and tigers can be heard roaring in the morning.
Propane fill hours are from 9am to 5pm.
Our KOA is a base camp for all PCT Hikers. We offer a discounted nightly rate for Hikers - $15.00 a tent with full amenities. We have hot showers, coin laundry, Pool (seasonal), activities (seasonal), lodge for phone/computer charging and a fully stocked kampstore. We also accept PCT mail and packages - $5.00 each package, $2.00 per piece of mail. We also have a Trail Angel during the heart of the season and she is happy to provide rides for the hikers. Inquire within the front office.
All visitors of registered guests must check-in at the office for approval and visitor pass. Any visitor staying past 9pm or using the pool while here at the Kampground there is a fee of $15 per adult and $10 per child, children under 4 are free, at that time you will be given a wristband.
Fire ring rental hours are 9am to 10pm.
Price $25 for 2 nights, $35 for 3 nights, and $45 for 4 nights.
• RV/Tent Check In 2 PM, Check out 11 AM
• Deluxe Cabin Check In 3 PM, Check out 11 AM
• TiPi Check In 3 PM, Check out 11 AM
We allow all early arrivals depending on site availability for $10 extra for RV and Tent sites only.
Quiet hours are enforced by security, please be respectful to other campers.
• Summer (May 1 - September 4) store hours: Sun-Thu 8:00AM-8:00PM
• Winter (September 5 - April 30) store hours: Sun-Thu 9:00AM-6:00PM
Our swimming pool is open from Memorial Day to Labor Day.
Pool hours are from 9 am to 9 pm.
Must Shower before entering pool and no street clothes allowed.
Need to cancel? You must call the campground before the deadlines listed here to receive your deposit refund, minus a $10 cancellation fee.
RV & Tent Sites: 48 hours cancellation notice is required. Notify your
selected KOA by 4 p.m. two days before your scheduled arrival.
Camping Cabins: 7 days cancellation notice required. Please notify your
selected KOA one week before your schedule arrival.
Special Lodging, Holidays, and Special Events: may have special deposit and/or
cancellation requirements. Special conditions may apply during high-
demand periods and special events. Please check with your selected KOA.
•Reservations/ Cancellations made after deadlines will require nonrefundable deposits.
•After 1 hour of being on site, there are no changes or refund.
•Text and email cancellations are not acceptable.
•Not calling to cancel/no show will result in forfeiture of the entire deposit.
•Our cancellation policy is enforced regardless of circumstances
Price includes 4 people; 6 people maximum per site. One large tent is allowed per site or two small tents.
Please make sure you occupy your site only.
$120.00 per month, Pay for a year at $1000 and get 1 free month.
Complimentary for Monthly's 24 hr out.
We require insurance and registration on your trailer. Visit our office and pick up a contract/application.
We do have access to the PCT trail and we allow cars to park for $5 with a parking pass from the office. Please step into the office and receive your parking pass.
Picnic and facility day use passes are available on Sunday through Thursday only. $15 per adult, $10 per child, children under 4 are free. Please call in advance for availability.
All Campground Regulations apply to Day Use visitors as well.
Acton KOA offers free WiFi throughout the park.
We have 1 hour limited Wi-Fi in the Tent and RV sections, it is not guaranteed throughout the entire day.
Additional bandwidth packages are available for purchase. Complimentary WiFi is to check email and basic web surfing. It does not allow for streaming of movies or videos, online gaming, or use of game consoles.
As our campground is located in a rural area and surrounded by mountains, not all cellular services are available in our campground. Sprint and Boost Mobile services have the best reception throughout the park. Verizon has some hot spots. Please understand that the cellular phone service is beyond our ability and decided by the carriers. However, we do offer our landlines to our customers free of charge.
Our campground is located in a no wood fire zone by Los Angeles County. Don't worry though, we have plenty of propane fire rings that safely provide a campfire experience at a reasonable cost!
Acton KOA does not allow any pets in our Cabins or TeePees. There are no exceptions. We do not allow Pit Bulls, Rottweilers, and Dobermans on the campground.
You may think you are being nice to the wild animals, but it makes wild animals lose their natural fear of people. Feeding can make potentially dangerous animals become too comfortable in residential or recreational areas. Once animals learn they can panhandle for food, they can become a nuisance—or even worse, a safety risk. When wild animals gather for food handouts, it can cause crowding and competition. These unnatural conditions increase the chances of fighting and injury among animals. It can also increase the spread of diseases, some of which may be transmitted to pets and humans. Feeding animals can result in malnourishment due to inappropriate diet and in disruption of natural hunting or food-gathering behavior. So help the wild animals the proper way... Let them live naturally, do not feed them!
From Acton, CA To Los Angeles, CA Driving Transit Walking Cycling Map from Acton, CA to Los Angeles, CA 56 min (53.2 mi) via CA-14 S and I-5 S Directions Acton, CA Head west on Gillespie Ave toward Crown Valley Rd 141 ft Turn right at the 1st cross street onto Crown Valley Rd 1.6 mi Turn left to merge onto CA-14 S toward Los Angeles 0.2 mi Merge onto CA-14 S 23.3 mi Take exit 1A on the left for I-5 S 0.5 mi Keep left and merge onto I-5 S 3.4 mi Keep left at the fork to stay on I-5 S, follow signs for Los Angeles 20.5 mi Take the exit toward Los Angeles/CA-110 S 0.9 mi Merge onto CA-110 1.4 mi Take the exit toward I-5 S 0.6 mi Merge onto US-101 S 0.3 mi Take exit 2B for Los Angeles St 0.1 mi Turn right onto N Los Angeles St 0.3 mi Turn right onto E 1st St 463 ft Los Angeles, CA.
We do have a river bed that runs on the North side of the campground. Perfect for enjoying walks. Our neighbors will not tolerate anyone on their property. So please only enjoy our campground property.
Current Insurance and current registration is required for your RV and vehicle for all month to month customers.
We do require a current RV space application on file. Per Los Angeles County, we can accommodate 60 days maximum at a time.
RVs 10 years or older require management approval.
No RVs older than 2000 unless in pristine condition and approved by management.
I just LOVE it here. We're close enough to all the things that make L.A. famous, yet far enough way to enjoy Nature at it's BEST!Justin Hahn, the owner of this KOA since 2015, has a desire to build this park to be a fun and exciting premier location. He understands the need to make your stay at the KOA a fun and memorable experience and in what better location than the foothills of North Los Angeles. The rustic feel and serenity of this park is what attracted him to purchase the Acton KOA he looks forward to meeting many new friends. He feels the best part of this job is helping families make everlasting memories.