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Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground

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1440 Camper View Rd, San Dimas, CA 91773-3974
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East Shore RV is now under new management with a new business name called Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground. Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground (named to honor former LA County Supervisor Frank G. Bonelli) is in the beautiful Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park, overlooking Puddingstone Lake. We are located on northeast bluffs of the spectacular 1,975 acre Frank G. Bonelli Regional Park (future home of the 2028 Olympics for world class mountain biking events) which offers a variety of recreational activities: mountain biking, family and group picnicking, sight seeing, hiking, horseback riding, jogging, nature walks, recreational vehicle (RV) and group camping, a water-theme park, calf-roping, bird watching, spa facilities, golfing and bicycling. This family friendly, safe, and clean area is regularly patrolled by law enforcement officers on horseback and in vehicles with mobile unit accessibility. Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground features 518 large paved full hookup sites including 15 pull thrus, beautiful campsites and amenities to help you enjoy the great outdoors with the creature comforts of home. Come see for yourself why Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campgrounds is one of the favorite spots for RVers and visitors alike.
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ED2 wrote a review Aug 2020
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We booked a weekend trip at the recommendation of the store we purchased our RV, proximity to home and their website which indicates RV Resort rated number 1. The office staff was helpful at booking and the site has potential to be a nice RV Resort, but it will be awhile. Since the residents are not thrilled with weekenders, our visit resulted in them fabricating a number of complaints to the Ranger station to try to have us moved. (of the 8 spaces around ours 4 were resident occupied) If you enjoy wildlife there are rabbits, owls, birds, raccoons and LOTS of skunks. Close to and views of Puddingstone Lake from some sites. Unfortunately we will be removing this "RV Resort" from the list.
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Date of stay: August 2020
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Kate3124 wrote a review Mar 2020
Pollock Pines, California245 contributions45 helpful votes
We had what was described as the best site in the RV park. It truly was a beautiful location. Right on the water front of the lagoon. Plenty of space (#156) long level full hook up. Slight down falls - people were always walking behind site to fish or bird watch, laundry facility is down - has been down for quite some time and it is RIGHT next to a small airport - many flights (small plane and helicopter) throughout the day - more so on the weekend. Over all an outstanding facility - would DEFINATELY come back to this campground! Small store for basic camping needs in registration building. Clean safe - routinely patrolled.
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Date of stay: March 2020
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Response from basecamphospitality, Public Relations Manager at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground
Responded Apr 10, 2020
Thank you so much Kate for the four star rating of your experience at Bonelli Bluffs. We are delighted that you enjoyed your visit and we look forward to seeing you and yours again soon. Cheers!
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DanielleMPeck wrote a review Oct 2019
Three Rivers, California7 contributions5 helpful votes
We booked a tent site on the phone for two adults and a dog (this included paying the pet fee) and checked in with no problems. The first odd thing that we encountered was that upon arriving at the tent site, we were faced with a big fat sign saying No Dogs. We were very confused because the person at the desk knew that we had a dog and put us in that site. The website also raves about how dog friendly the place is. We trusted that the person at the desk knew what she was doing and went ahead and set up camp. Then the second odd thing happened. I was sitting on the toilet in the bathroom next to the tent sites when a security guard yelled at me to verify my campsite. I informed him site 3 and he left the bathroom. This made me feel very uncomfortable. The third and major issue. We realized that we did not have the tent and instead built our bed in the car right in front of our paid site. As Park Rangers, we have always done this as back up in parks all over the country and didn’t think a thing about it. The security guard didn’t say a thing when he drove by at 11pm, but woke us up in a deep slumber at 3am with a flash light in our face telling us to get up in our site. We told him that we forgot the tent and he threatened that he was going to have to get the Sheriff or we get out because we were breaking the rules. He also said that we were lucky it wasn't the Sheriff that found us because it would have been a lot worse. We found the tiny print on the rules that said we could not sleep in our car and were frantically trying to pack up, leave and find a safe street to park our car to sleep the little amount that we could. The security guard told us that the Sheriff patrols that area 3 times a night. In the end, after packing up and being threatened with the Sheriff like criminals multiple times, he allowed us to stay and leave in the morning. The entire thing took about 30 minutes. I could not sleep the rest of the night, because I was scared the Sheriff was going to get called and felt uncomfortable that I was breaking a rule. By the way, I saw every car that drove by the rest of the night and did not see a single Sheriff. If sleeping in your car is that big of a deal that you will kick us out or bring the police, you need to post it on your brochure with the other rules, make signs and have the person at the desk warn you during check in. When we checked in, the clerk asked what I would do if it rained. I said sleep in my car and we laughed. That would have been the perfect opportunity to tell us that we can’t sleep in the car under any cost. This experience ruined our entire weekend celebrating my grandmother’s 80th birthday due to not getting a night of sleep. If you are going to take the rule that seriously and not the no dog rules, maybe you should take down the no dogs sign and put up a sign that says no sleeping in your car. You should be able to understand our confusion with rules here.
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Date of stay: September 2019
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Dan M wrote a review Oct 2019
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Stood here for over a week Nice place. Lots of overnighters and permanent residents. The first weekend we were there The la county fair was active. That Friday and Saturday was a scene out of a movie. Many people partying drinking smoking loud music until the wee hours of the morning. Also a extremely dangerous large dog not on a leash almost attacked a small child. If me and an other gentleman wasn't there I would hate to think what would happen. But after that weekend it was very quiet and peaceful. Ps.... also be warned Stunks and possums are running the place after dark. DONT TRY TO THROW OUT YOUR TRASH AFTER DARK. YOU MOST LIKELY WILL GET IN THERE WAY. I know it all sounds Bad. But overall it was a nice place. I almost forgot the bathroom and showers are a nightmare.
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Date of stay: October 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from basecamphospitality, Public Relations Manager at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground
Responded Oct 10, 2019
Thank you for your candid feedback Dan. Bonelli Bluffs can get pretty busy especially on the weekends. We are grateful to you and the other guest stepping in to prevent a potential problem with an off leash dog. We appreciate your business and we hope to serve you and yours again in the future. Cheers!
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rcamaro2010 wrote a review Sep 2019
Chino Hills, California50 contributions24 helpful votes
We spent the weekend at East Bluff RV along with 3 other couples. This a beautiful RV Park with lots of mature trees and grass. The property sits adjacent to Bonelli Regional Park and lake. Sunsets can be very dramatic! The grounds and facilities are well maintained. The showers and restrooms and swimming pool are nice and generally well maintained, however they needed a good cleaning by Sunday morning. The staff were very courteous and helpful. The Market was well stocked and has a great selection of ice cream too.
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Date of stay: September 2019Trip type: Traveled with family
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Response from basecamphospitality, Public Relations Manager at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground
Responded Sep 9, 2019
Thank you so much for the five star rating of your experience at Bonelli Bluffs! We appreciate your detailed review and kind words. We hope to serve you and yours again soon. Cheers!
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Frequently Asked Questions about Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground
Which popular attractions are close to Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground?
Nearby attractions include California Botanic Garden (4.9 miles), Wally Parks NHRA Motorsports Museum (1.6 miles), and Laemmle's Claremont 5 (4.3 miles).
What are some restaurants close to Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground?
Conveniently located restaurants include Donut Man, Some Crust Bakery, and Eureka!.
Are there opportunities to exercise at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground?
Yes, guests have access to a pool during their stay.
Are pets allowed at Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground?
Yes, pets are typically allowed, but it's always best to call ahead to confirm.
Are there any historical sites close to Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground?
Many travelers enjoy visiting Kellogg House at Cal Poly Pomona (2.7 miles).