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AMENITIES:
Tent camping is available
Game Room
Nearby attractions
Service and Repair is available
Restrooms
Showers
Laundry Facilities
Picnic and Barbecue area is available
Cable TV hookups

Activities: pool table

Great place to come back to after hiking -- great showers & relaxing atmosphere.

Arrival August 10, 2011 -Called that a. M. , & Sue (who’s been there for 18 years) was SO friendly & informative. We arrived much later than planned ­ after office hrs. You’d never have known it with the immediate & personable service we received. They actually led the way, assisted with guiding, hooking up, & putting our awning
 
    down!

We’re eligible for Good Sam & Senior discounts. Our wkly rate = $200. 07. Incl hookups (30 & 50 amp), Cable TV, Wi-Fi.

Older, well established, & organized family-owned/ran park in San Fernando Valley ­in family
 over 30 years. Implementing improvements/updates while carrying on good old fashioned community atmosphere & service. We’ve an older 30’ motor coach with only one ac. Being newbies we just knocked our air conditioner for a loop under low clearance at gas station, so shade important. Being an older park attributes to big plus of shade trees & landscaping! They really take pride in their community & make you feel a part of it whether overnight or long-term. They’ve had park-sponsored events i. E. BBQs etc. In the past & plan to get back into that again. Residents are throwing a Labor Day Block Party. We’ll be here as have EXTENDED our stay until September 10th. We’d definitely make this a long-term  
base. Would we return? ABSOLUTELY! We’re looking forward to returning to see the wonderful people & outcome from changes they’re making.

Access for the Disabled. While they don’t advertise regarding this on website or in park, I made several observations. There are residents in addition to RVers who come & go with disabilities. They’re personally out every day going to pay a call on persons who are ill or disabled. They’re seen assisting in variety of ways incl emotional support. People walk in the park using canes & walkers. Riding in a motorized wheelchair doesn’t appear to be a problem. Public areas appear to be easily accessible. We had no air conditioning, & hit a heat wave. They personally checked in on us, offering fans, bottled water & ride if necessary to cooler area. They’ve a ramp going into the club house (which used to house the office). They’re discussing putting a doorbell at the club house as you enter the property to alert staff when assistance with registration is needed.

Wi-Fi at each site, not just at designated hotspots. This is important to us to be able to conduct business. I did experience periods of slow download or poor Wi-Fi reception inside our motor coach, but was able to get it often on my netbook by stepping out the door or changing rooms. Many parks do not have Wi-Fi at all, & the ones I have been to have mostly had a designated area . Our Motor Coach has a Complete Office, equipped with Desktop, Printer, etc. , so that is not an option. I had pretty good luck with the connection, but in my business I need higher speed. They’re continuing to work to improve their Wi-Fi.

Laundry/Restrooms/Showers: ­ 2 facilities centrally located & available at all times. Parking. CLEAN. Increasing # of cleaning crews. Pleasant surroundings. Picture on website is accurate representation of laundry room. Washers & dryers in excellent working order. Seating, vending machine, Wi-Fi, folding table, large double sink, & clothes rack. Clothesline outside. Keys given at check-in for restrooms/showers, this gave my husband & I feeling of SAFETY/SECURITY. Restroom/shower is very clean & maintained. Cleaning crew comes once a day & continues to be maintained/ supplies replenished throughout each day. Showers are set up to ensure PRIVACY & I notice that as a big plus compared even to some of the “higher end” parks we have been in. Mmm… long hot shower with great water pressure after that long ride.

Recreation Room/Club House ­spacious, clean & uncluttered building with restrooms, kitchenette, lounge area, pool table, television, DVD player, CD player & VHS player, piano, keyboard etc. Family friendly library: books, video tapes, DVDs, &CDs

Pets are welcome. We’ve no pets, but we enjoy them. Dog-lovers walk their dogs throughout day/evening. It is enjoyable to sit outside on concrete patio or on the grass under shade tree, & watch people & dogs go by & come up to say hi. We even have one kitty who stops by to let my husband pet him. Most sites also have picnic tables.

No pool - went to BEACH. This is not a resort, but rather a relaxed community atmosphere. CLOSE to everything -- bus stop 2 blks away connects to subway, train - you can go anywhere - & so MANY places to go/things to do! . Only 12 miles to Universal Studios, close to ALL Hollywood & LA area attractions. The office has a great selection of brochures.

NOISE: Close to Van Nuys Airport. Didn’t hear jet engines/ see jets flying over ­ it’s not like that. It’s busy with helicopters. We hear & see them. It’s not noisy at times to disrupt sleep. Pleasant, relaxing atmosphere, quiet most of the time. We had no problem with noisy campers etc. Most noise was the garbage truck & one Saturday evening had few low-flying helicopters.

Currently discussing implementation of shuttle service. Gave us a ride to Balboa Bus Station & to site when returning from market (just up the street). Have known them to give rides to restaurants, Van Nuys Airport & often shuttle people to their site as they return walking onto property.

My husband & I are on the road assessing RVers’ business services needs for Deb’s Professional Services. We’re on a tight budget & newbies ­ not a real good combination. Someone up there sure was taking care of us when He guided us to Birmingham RV Trailer Village!

Says Deb Williams (see picture)

 



Great place to come back to after hiking -- great showers & relaxing atmosphere.

Arrival August 10, 2011 -Called that a. M. , & Sue (who’s been there for 18 years) was SO friendly & informative. We arrived much later than planned ­ after office hrs. You’d never have known it with the immediate & personable service we received. They actually led the way, assisted with guiding, hooking up, & putting our awning down!

We’re eligible for Good Sam & Senior discounts. Our wkly rate = $200. 07. Incl hookups (30 & 50 amp), Cable TV, Wi-Fi.

Older, well established, & organized family-owned/ran park in San Fernando Valley ­in family over 30 years. Implementing improvements/updates while carrying on good old fashioned community atmosphere & service. We’ve an older 30’ motor coach with only one ac. Being newbies we just knocked our air conditioner for a loop under low clearance at gas station, so shade important. Being an older park attributes to big plus of shade trees & landscaping! They really take pride in their community & make you feel a part of it whether overnight or long-term. They’ve had park-sponsored events i. E. BBQs etc. In the past & plan to get back into that again. Residents are throwing a Labor Day Block Party. We’ll be here as have EXTENDED our stay until September 10th. We’d definitely make this a long-term base. Would we return? ABSOLUTELY! We’re looking forward to returning to see the wonderful people & outcome from changes they’re making.

Access for the Disabled. While they don’t advertise regarding this on website or in park, I made several observations. There are residents in addition to RVers who come & go with disabilities. They’re personally out every day going to pay a call on persons who are ill or disabled. They’re seen assisting in variety of ways incl emotional support. People walk in the park using canes & walkers. Riding in a motorized wheelchair doesn’t appear to be a problem. Public areas appear to be easily accessible. We had no air conditioning, & hit a heat wave. They personally checked in on us, offering fans, bottled water & ride if necessary to cooler area. They’ve a ramp going into the club house (which used to house the office). They’re discussing putting a doorbell at the club house as you enter the property to alert staff when assistance with registration is needed.

Wi-Fi at each site, not just at designated hotspots. This is important to us to be able to conduct business. I did experience periods of slow download or poor Wi-Fi reception inside our motor coach, but was able to get it often on my netbook by stepping out the door or changing rooms. Many parks do not have Wi-Fi at all, & the ones I have been to have mostly had a designated area . Our Motor Coach has a Complete Office, equipped with Desktop, Printer, etc. , so that is not an option. I had pretty good luck with the connection, but in my business I need higher speed. They’re continuing to work to improve their Wi-Fi.

Laundry/Restrooms/Showers: ­ 2 facilities centrally located & available at all times. Parking. CLEAN. Increasing # of cleaning crews. Pleasant surroundings. Picture on website is accurate representation of laundry room. Washers & dryers in excellent working order. Seating, vending machine, Wi-Fi, folding table, large double sink, & clothes rack. Clothesline outside. Keys given at check-in for restrooms/showers, this gave my husband & I feeling of SAFETY/SECURITY. Restroom/shower is very clean & maintained. Cleaning crew comes once a day & continues to be maintained/ supplies replenished throughout each day. Showers are set up to ensure PRIVACY & I notice that as a big plus compared even to some of the “higher end” parks we have been in. Mmm… long hot shower with great water pressure after that long ride.

Recreation Room/Club House ­spacious, clean & uncluttered building with restrooms, kitchenette, lounge area, pool table, television, DVD player, CD player & VHS player, piano, keyboard etc. Family friendly library: books, video tapes, DVDs, &CDs

Pets are welcome. We’ve no pets, but we enjoy them. Dog-lovers walk their dogs throughout day/evening. It is enjoyable to sit outside on concrete patio or on the grass under shade tree, & watch people & dogs go by & come up to say hi. We even have one kitty who stops by to let my husband pet him. Most sites also have picnic tables.

No pool - went to BEACH. This is not a resort, but rather a relaxed community atmosphere. CLOSE to everything -- bus stop 2 blks away connects to subway, train - you can go anywhere - & so MANY places to go/things to do! . Only 12 miles to Universal Studios, close to ALL Hollywood & LA area attractions. The office has a great selection of brochures.

NOISE: Close to Van Nuys Airport. Didn’t hear jet engines/ see jets flying over ­ it’s not like that. It’s busy with helicopters. We hear & see them. It’s not noisy at times to disrupt sleep. Pleasant, relaxing atmosphere, quiet most of the time. We had no problem with noisy campers etc. Most noise was the garbage truck & one Saturday evening had few low-flying helicopters.

Currently discussing implementation of shuttle service. Gave us a ride to Balboa Bus Station & to site when returning from market (just up the street). Have known them to give rides to restaurants, Van Nuys Airport & often shuttle people to their site as they return walking onto property.

My husband & I are on the road assessing RVers’ business services needs for Deb’s Professional Services. We’re on a tight budget & newbies ­ not a real good combination. Someone up there sure was taking care of us when He guided us to Birmingham RV Trailer Village!

- says: Deb Williams

BIGGER SIZE PICTURE HERE


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Howard Johnson Inn And Suites Reseda, Reseda

2 miles away
  
Hampton Inn And Suites Sherman Oaks-CA, Van Nuys

3 miles away


Other campgrounds near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Balboa RV Park, Van Nuys, 0 miles away
      
   Walnut RV Park, Northridge, 4 miles away
      
   Valley Trails Camp, Tarzana, 4 miles away
      
   Vicabob Trailer Village, Van Nuys, 5 miles away
      
   Los Angeles San Fernando Valley, Sylmar, 6 miles away
      
   Topanga State Park - Musch Trailcamp, Topanga, 8 miles away
      
   Live Oak, Canyon Country, 12 miles away
      
   Valencia Travel Village, Valencia, 12 miles away
      
   Sage Ranch Park, West Hills, 12 miles away
      
   Ten Oaks Retirement Village, Simi Valley, 13 miles away
      

Marinas near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Westrec Marina, Encino, 3 miles away

   Jones Step & Marina, Van Nuys, 4 miles away

   Bluvband Marina, Sherman Oaks, 5 miles away

   Acebo Marina, Winnetka, 6 miles away

   Culver Marina, Los Angeles, 13 miles away


Paddling Rivers Near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Whitewater Outfitter - American Whitewater Expeditions, Los Angeles County, 13 miles away
      Whitewater outfitter

   Piru Creek, Ventura County, 22 miles away
      Class II - 4 miles long (Lake Piru to Santa Clara River)


Public Lands near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Santa Monica Mountains National Recreation Area, Thousand Oaks - CA, 25 miles away
      
   Channel Islands National Park, Ventura - CA, 55 miles away
      
   Los Encinos State Park, California, 3 miles away

   Topanga State Park, California, 7 miles away

   Will Rogers State Park, California, 9 miles away

   Placerita Canyon State Park, California, 10 miles away

   Will Rogers State Beach, California, 11 miles away


Trails near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Oak Spring Trail, Los Angeles County, 13 miles away
      4.4 hiking miles, 2140 feet elevation difference

   Dagger Flat Trail, Los Angeles County, 14 miles away
       2.6 hiking miles, 1319 feet elevation difference

   Gold Canyon Trail, Los Angeles County, 16 miles away
       3 hiking miles, 1151 feet elevation difference

   Yerba Buena Trail, Los Angeles County, 17 miles away
      1.6 hiking miles, 1394 feet elevation difference

   Stone Canyon Trail, Los Angeles County, 19 miles away
       4.6 hiking miles, 3351 feet elevation difference


Beaches Near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Castle Rock Beach, Los Angeles County, 11 miles away

   Palisades Beach, Los Angeles County, 11 miles away

   Topanga Beach, Los Angeles County, 11 miles away

   Santa Monica State Beach, Los Angeles County, 12 miles away

   Las Tunas Beach, Los Angeles County, 12 miles away


Golf Courses Near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Van Nuys Golf Course, Van Nuys, 1 miles away

   Woodley Golf Course, Van Nuys, 2 miles away

   Knollwood Womens Golf Club, Northridge, 2 miles away

   Balboa Golf Course, Encino, 2 miles away

   Mission Hills Little League Golf Course, North Hills, 3 miles away


Lakes Near Birmingham Trailer Village, California:

   Encino Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 4 miles away

   Pacoima Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 10 miles away

   Dry Canyon Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 16 miles away

   Drinkwater Reservoir, Los Angeles County, 18 miles away

   Castaic Lake, Los Angeles County, 19 miles away


Current weather conditions at Birmingham Trailer Village, California
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Local climate location: CANOGA PARK PIERCE COL 12 miles away


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