If you would like to see their website it is www.camplakepiru.com Do not register there. Call Richard!
All military vehicles are welcome, they have WAIVED their NO GOLF CART policy just for us
so kick your mules gentleman!
ofcourse have a swapmeet and we hope to see all your polished junk set out to sell this year.
Camp sites vary from a few with full hookups to others with just electricity or no electricity.
The prices range from $20-$45 depending on what you want. Please review the map below and decide what you
want. The campground is full of trees very much like Tower Park/Camp Delta KOA was.
The campgound is going to do the best to keep us together so we are going to fill in the two
bottom rows on the left and begin to fan out from there trying to say in an organized gaggle of some type.
So to start with try to pick your sites along Albatros, Duck or Lark.
For RVs that dont get hookups you will have to fill your water tank when you enter and dump
your tank when you leave.
Fair warnig AT&T is the only
cell service that works up on the mountain. Verizion phones can occasionally get text messaging in some
There is no WIFI in this campground either. So plan accordingly.
A drive a couple miles back into the town of Piru will grant normal services.
Every site has a picnic table and a grill and a FIRE
RING! Yes we can have raging bonfires at this campground!
For trailer haulers they have a lot you can drop your trailer in that is locked at night for
secruity so you dont have to keep it in your site blocking things.
Please dont just call the campground untill you call Richard
Johnson and check in and learn how to get your refund from Soledad if you havent already. Richard
is available 0800-2000hrs at 619-993-5284
Piru is a small town, there are only a couple small family restaurants there. The
campground has a store onsite open daily. Filore has a dennys and Santa Clarita is just several miles to the east
near magic mountain, which will have lots of amenties, resteraunts and hotels.
The photo above of the campground is oriented directly off Googlemaps and is 90 degrees
off from the map. Line up the streets when you compare.
If you wish to come to the rally and not camp you have a few options, Piru does not have any
lodging or large restaurants.
You can stay in one of the few motels in Filmore,
just a few miles to the west of the town of Piru, there is also a Dennys in Filmore.
other option is to stay in Valencia a few miles east of the town of Piru, there are lots of hotels as 6 flags Magic Mountian
is there and probably larger restaurants as well. These hotels are likely to cost more than in filmore but be big
name brands. I stayed in filmore two years ago and it was a nice motel.
There is a day use fee to enter the Lake and campground if you do not camp,
or if you are a second vehicle at a camp site that is not the primary registerd camper.
The closest airport is Ventura or
all the way down to LAX.