Unless you enjoy spending your free time in a crime-ridden ghetto, cross this Thousand Trails preserve off your list of places to stay.There is no security in this large campground, and it attracts and fosters a certain criminal element.
This "element" lives in the park full-time, moving from trailer to trailer to avoid the Thousand Trails "time out" rules. Management expects it's paying guests to police their campground for them so that they don't have to deal with the multitude of negative issues that this campground has on a daily basis. This ineffectual management style (lack of) is extremely unprofessional, not to mention extremely dangerous. Can you imagine if a legitimate resort or hotel adopted such negligent policies?
The once beautiful grounds of this park have fallen into extreme disrepair - and that was before the additional damage from the recent flash flood rendered the family pool and certain sections of the preserve useless. Don't even try to bring up any concerns you might have with management because they don't want to hear about them. The assistant manager in particular is very abrasive.
She most definitely should never have been put into a position where communicating with people is a requirement.There are nicer, safer, and more amenable campgrounds in the Acton/Greater Los Angeles area, so there is no reason to waste your precious time and money on this unsafe mess while jeopardizing your personal safety and the safety of your personal property.
Reason of review: Poor customer service.