We stayed at Anaheim RV Park for 4 nights while visiting Disneyland. We are brand new RV owners, and this was our very first trip in our 22' travel trailer. Upon arrival, the staff at the park was very friendly and welcoming. They were eager to oblige requests from us (my daughter asked for a pin or a pen, and was happily given both!) and other guests in the office. We were quickly assigned a site and given a folder loaded with information about the park and the surrounding area. The park offers complimentary muffins (which our kids loved!), coffee, tea and newspapers to guests every morning. There is a small retail area in the office that sold a few essentials and novelty items, and I believe there is also a meeting room. The park offers Wi-Fi; 750 kbps is free and 5 mbps is available for a daily fee. We did register for the free Wi-Fi, but wound up using our mobile data most of the time since our Wi-Fi connection wasn't great from our location (we had a great 4G signal from Verizon). Our standard back-in site was clean and level and was shaded by a large, beautiful tree. We had a picnic table, electric, water, cable and sewer at the back of the site, and plenty of room for our slide out. We had a bit of trouble getting our cable connected (it was our issue, not theirs), and the gentleman who maintains the park was at our site to help before I could even walk back from the office! Our site (525) was adjacent to the dumpster, but it was never a problem - we even had a great view of Disney's fireworks right from our trailer! The park is extremely clean and quiet, and there were plenty of well-maintained restrooms throughout the property. The bathrooms in building 300 appeared to be newly renovated. They were private (shower, toilet and sink in a single, locked, code-accessible room) and were large with updated tile work. There was even a soap dispenser in the shower! There is also a nice, gated pool and a small grassy dog park, complete with pick-up bags, that we did not use, but did walk by. The park is a 5 minute drive to Disneyland, and the Anaheim Resort Transit also picks up just outside the park office for those that choose not to drive. There is a nice Walmart Neighborhood Market about half a mile away, too. Overall, we had a wonderful stay and a fantastic introduction to camping - we highly recommend Anaheim RV Park, and will definitely return!