Within walking distance to restaurants and the Northridge Mall. Full hookup except for cable TV but you can easily pick up local stations on your antenna. The place is clean and the entertainment room is very nice.
Except for the occasional train passing by, which stopped around 6:30 pm, it's a very quiet park. Not much car traffic and not a lot of people camping either. Location is great and the RV sites are huge and paved. One thing I didn't like is that you have to pay an additional $25 to dump. Oh and the entrance to the park is very narrow. You'd be better off going to Tapo Canyon Park.
RV sites are very spacious and very easy to get in and out. The view is spectacular. Lots of walking trails and oak trees. It's only 10 minutes away from the city and freeway offramp but there's plenty of wildlife.
Not far from the freeway exit and has full hookup from your site. Near the lake and recreation area. What I didn't like about the place is it has too much permanent or long term residents. Less than half a mile from this site is Castaic Lake Park which also has a campsite for RV and tents but no hookups for $17 a day.
It's pricey compared to the state RV parks but it has full amenities. The public bathroom and showers are big and very clean. Great view of the ocean and a nice location on Pacific Coast Highway. It's centrally located so you can go south to Los Angeles and Orange County and north to Oxnard/Ventura/Santa Barbara.
If you like to bike or hike, this is a place for you. There are so many trails and the view of the city and the nice houses is spectacular. The trail is perfect for mountain biking and hiking at night. It was a full moon when I went so I can see the trail without a light and I biked for hours well into the night. The trails nearby are Calabasas Peak Motorway, Grassland Trail, Crags Road, Backcountry Trail and I'm sure there are more. I just didn't have time to go there. It's only 30 minutes away from the city but it feels like you are camping in the woods. There are also deers running around the trail.