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Yucaipa Regional Park, Yucaipa
(4.5/5 based on 45+ reviews on the web)
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  • This park has so much to offer. They have and RV Campground with hookups under a lot of shade. There are 3 lakes to choose from, plenty of fishing and there is a beach area also to hang out, there are...  more »
  • I really enjoy staying at YRP! Clean, quiet, well maintained park. I wish they would open the pool past 5pm, because it does get packed over the weekend. But other than that, we enjoyed our stay. 
  • My girls had such a blast! 5$ to get in 10$ to get in and use the slides all day. Good spots get taken early, so take your canopy. 3 grills inside, but you must claim them at the butt crack of dawn. 
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  • We camp here every year! - We were first introduced to this place by my brother's in law's friend, they camp a few times a year, and they invited us 3 years ago, since then We've camped every year at the end of September. The park is about 45 minutes from where we live and we usually reserve campsites A, D or E since they have the most partially shaded areas. To camp is just $30.00 per night/per tent, restrooms are somehow clean, if you have to go, you find a way to use them, showers have hot water. - Within the park there is a water slide that you can visit, i think you only pay like 11 or 12 per person, I'm not sure. We like it that We already reserved for next year!
  • This campground has RV and Tent camping and have spaces that can accommodate group tent camping as well as group RV sites. Each RV site has full hookups (water, electric, and sewer) as well as a grill and picnic table. This camp ground allows dogs of all breeds and sizes. They have three fishing lakes that are stocked year round and a beautiful pool with two large water slides that open memorial day weekend until early fall. There is a disc golf course as well as tons on bike and hiking trails. This campground is also close to a grocery store and scenic Oak Glen and it's miles of orchards that grow everything from apples in the fall to peaches in the summer months.
  • This is one of my favorite Regionale Parks. It's huge plenty of room to play and picnic. We've had some good luck fishing in the lake. Kids can do the water slide while I get some fishing in. There's also nice camping area.
  • Great campground. Big and spacious campsites. Three man-made lakes on site plus beach like pool. Water slides were closed due to being understaffed. Two dislikes: The pool has 1200 capacity due to staffing shortages and poor management. Also there is a sewer smell in the air when they water the grounds. Not sure why but could be reclaimed water. All in all it is still a good place to camp and play.
  • This place would be better if there was no need to wait in line to buy tickets to get in the water park. It would be great if you can buy them online. Staff does not control the way the line runs, or rude people that get out of control. There is no security. So if someone ends up hurt. It seems like there's no one that will get you the help you need. There's people pushing, arguing to get a spot apparently only 1200 is the capacity for water park, so people will do anything to get in and there kid's. Even if it means fighting, and cutting in front of you. All these people are mainly from the "GHETTO" LA with no Filter Mainly 95% Hispanics 3% Caucasian 2% black. The line starts forming at 730am and they open at 10am people are willing to wait 2-3hours to get in the water park, So they sit on a chair in line for that amount of time. And when you get to the pool area the water is filthy, disgusting, it's not clean at all. It's looks beautiful from far, but when you get in you see hairs floating, trash, bugs, sticks. Tissue. Candy wrappers. I can keep going. All I can say is don't waste your time driving from far in the summer to get here. GOOD LUCK!!