Fairflex Los Angeles KOA campground was a large campground with 182 pull-thru sites that were all full hook-ups, some 30 amp and some 50 amp, plus 2 handicap car parking spaces, with paved roads and paved sites with a dab of grass and a picnic table. It was probably the cleanest, best maintained KOA the two RV Gypsies have stayed at, so far.
The campground Wi-Fi was coded and worked fast. There were eight TV channels including ABC, NBC,and CBS. The campground had video surveillance, property lighting, decent water pressure, coded restrooms, laundry, a mini-market, cabins, an unheated pool, and a small hot tub which closed at 10 p.m. (but it wasn't enforced). Karen actually used the hot tub here.
The brochure mentioned a clubhouse, but the two RV Gypsies did not check it out. Big vehicles came and swept the streets and empty sites. Tree trimmers trimmed trees, even on the sites that were occupied. The two RV Gypsies did not appreciate that. Then the workers asked the two RV Gypsies if they could get on the roof of their RV to clean the limbs and leaves off of it. Karen found this annoying, but felt that she should let them do it so no big tree limbs would fall off later when they were driving the RV on the roads.
There were no rules about vehicle washing, and the two RV Gypsies noticed a big rig being cleaned by a professional vehicle washing company, even though this part of California was in a severe drought situation with water restrictions.
No check-out time was stated on the brochure. All-in-all a lovely campground, but on the expensive side compared to other KOAs.