Your basic gravel lot with 30 Amp sewer and water service. Park is situated in front of motel buildings. Not bad, Motelers/RVers are ALL fishermen there for the San Juan river, so it is pretty safe. Convenient to San Juan river fishing. Several other options that are a little more glamorous include the State Cottonwood campground (no sewer or Wi-Fi and several miles down a dusty road) and Navajo Lake Campground (nice views of water, but not Big-Rig friendly).
This is a great, safe park south of Santa Fe, great views of the mountains, although a little breezy due to it's hilltop location. Convenient to Old Town, cheap train ride in: only 1/2 mile from the park. Showers and bathrooms were spotless. Well away from transients/traffic. We've stayed here several times over the past five years and it has always been a good choice.
Good, safe park, a little tight for 40' with car hauler, but was able to get in and out. Far enough away from Interstate to eliminate noise. Probably the most convenient park to the Ok City, Bricktown area.
Great park, convenient to I-55, I-40 and downtown Memphis. 1/2 Mile of entrance road is a little rough. Sites are very spacious, with views of the river. Several acre grassy area for kids or dog walking. This park is big, although gravel road once you enter the park, owners keep the dust to a minimum. Every other site has a level concrete pad, making for easy leveling. Fantastic views of the Mississippi and steady barge traffic. Safe park away from West Memphis transients.
We stayed here for a week, the park is OK, many permanent residents in older, but well kept, skirted 5vers. Most sites are not paved, tables mostly worn out. Nice treed area for the river view sites that are on dirt/gravel. If you overlook the fact that all of the Rogue river front parks along the river are 'Fishing Camps' then you'll have the right frame of mind. They have a beach with boat dock - boat launch which is fairly steep (not paved) with large river rocks that would make it difficult pulling a heavy boat out. The nice thing is that this park being 9-miles up river means the fog burns off quickly and is 10-15 degrees warmer than parks on the beach in town. This park is well kept by the family that runs it and has plenty of space, although it may not be between you and your RV neighbor!
This park is spotless, inside and out, nicely landscaped, but unfortunately it is at the intersection of 101 and a major Fortuna street and most Fortuna residents seem to have loud mufflers. Turns are a little tight, both in and out, but staff helped us navigate to the site. Sites have adequate spacing. Although the park has some long term residents, they appear to be transient workers who have newer RVs and keep them in good condition. We called the day of our reservation to reduce our stay to one day and had to pay for the second day as they have a 3-day notification on changing reservations. This is a pristine park, but bring your ear plugs for sleeping!
Very expensive, nice park if you have children, adequate space for a 40' with tow/trailer, although some tight entry/exit turns. We didn't try the bathrooms, but if you are here to visit San Francisco and the Sonoma/Napa vineyards and are looking for a little peace and quiet, this is not it. Lots of children, and campers seeking an outdoor experience with fire rings next to your rig cooking and roasting marshmallows. Might be a different experience before/after the school season starts/ends or try the Vacaville RV parks.
Great RV Resort, they have a party bar (open in the summer), extremely clean restrooms and showers. The resort borders the lake and has three levels with some sites on the lake, but all with great views. One problem is the access to and from some of the sites has potential drag spots for longer motorhomes and 5th wheels. We stayed in site 15 on the upper level just inside the gate and had no problem getting in the site with our 40' Endeavor. Be sure to ask for a level entry site if you need it.
Brand new park with long concrete pull-throughs, be careful as the pad we were on was a little raised above the soon-to-be grassed side lot and narrow enough to run off. Plenty of spacing, no trees or landscaping though. Lots of amenities, chapel for weddings, pool, camp store, etc. They had an open house while we were there. The amenities make up for the sea of concrete pads in an open field. It is several miles south of Wichita Falls.
We gave this park a 6 because most of the sites are unlevel although on concrete, many making it impossible to level an RV without twisting the frame or having one or more wheels off the ground. Other than that, it is quiet except for an occasional train in the distance and has grassy side areas, but unshaded because the trees are only large enough to scratch the sides of your RV. Given the options, stay here if you can get one of the few level sites as it is convenient to the Vicksburg area and is pretty well kept.
This is in the Speedway infield and is the Premium Geico Shores RV camping area. This area consists of adjacent paved 20' X 40' sites with a 15' grassed area in the rear bordering the chain-linked fence. One side borders the Lake Lloyd walkway, while the other borders Red Zone RV (grass) sites that are usually much cheaper. The Geico Shores area is completely fenced in and during speed and bike weeks they have guards at each gate. These sites are all pull-in or back-in. We paid $600 for 10-days that included two $175 infield passes, so on a per day basis it is very reasonable. Problems: There is no dump in the speedway and a sewer truck charges $35 per visit, also the showers and bathrooms are not 'Lady Quality" as I would not ask my wife to use either because they are not cleaned regularly. You can come and go during the races through the east (cars) and west (entry for RV's) tunnels.
Great cozy park, good amenities. Has beautiful landscaping, and is a close drive to the beach and restaurants. Pull-through sites had plenty of room, landscaping helped with separation. Watch out for daily sprinklers!
Pretty good park, nice and quiet with the lodge, marina and good restaurant in the park. We didn't use the Laundry or Showers but they were here, about 1/8 mile from the sites. Long 80' pull-through sites with very wide spacing, great for families or persons fishing and boating as it has lake access, although not lake front or lake views. Access to the sites are older pavement, during our stay the sites had been updated with new sewer/electricity and were muddy where the pavement had been trenched. Lots of tall pine trees that provide shade and block your satellite dish. We gave it a 7 because of the mud on some sites and older paved access.
Great, quiet park, well away from main roads with good lake views and lake front access. Some sites are tight, but we found several that were on the lake that fit our 40' Endeavor. When we camped, they were re-building the bathrooms, showers and laundry area, as well as upgrading Loop B power and water. Problems: no sewer connections, but they have a convenient dump station as you exit and lots of tree that block satellite reception.