Terrace Village RV Park

21900 Barton Road
Grand Terrace, CA 92313-4401

(800) 427-2441
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Credit Cards Accepted: Visa, MasterCard, American Express, Discover

Utilities & Amenities

Power: 50 Amps, 30 Amps, 20 Amps







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*Limit 1 pet per site.

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Traveler Reviews

Laura T's picture
Laura T
6 reviews

Great for the Shake-Down Trip

We were comped two nights here as we were storing our brand new motorhome in this area and about 50-60 miles from our home. So, when you're not paying, you tend to be less critical of any issues that the park might have.

That being said, we felt the price offered per night ($45) was pretty high, although we were informed later that even for the inland empire location, this was pretty reasonable. However, if a beach location is only $10 or $15 more per night (we just priced Dockweiler State Beach at these rates). . . it seems difficult to justify this for a park that is located in a mostly industrial location near the interstate. I'm sure monthly rates are a bit lower, making it a good alternative for some.

But for our purposes of trying everything in the RV, it worked just fine. The park was fairly crowded with a number of long-term full-timers, but everybody we met was friendly. A fair number of them worked in the area, so the daytimes were quiet. There is a nearby railroad track which could have been noisy, but was actually rather soothing at night. No, it's not right against the tracks, or it might not be so soothing.

The park is attractive, set back from the main road with mature trees and enough grass for our pup. The clubhouse is very attractive with a big screen TV, DVD's for rental, a nice lending library of books and magazines, even a piano. There is laundry and the bathroom/showers were nice sized, spotless, even accomodating for a person in a wheelchair (at least the women's side was.)

It appeared, although we didn't explore it, that the park is also near the local landfill, which is not appealing - again, this is a more industrial location. There is also a mobile home park on the other side of the property.

They advertise free wi-fi but there was a note on the door that it was down. The note was dated March 10 and we were there on March 24 and 25. My husband inquired and was told they were waiting for a part. That seems like an awful long time to be waiting for a part, so I'm a bit suspicious, but we weren't there long enough for it to be an issue - I'm not sure how the long term tenants feel about it. For this reason, I am only rating it four out of five stars. Obviously, we weren't able to test it out.

Would we stay there again? Probably not, as it's not that picturesque or a place where we'd be going as a destination, however, it suited our needs fine to test out the motorhome.

Date of Stay:
 March, 2014
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