Very busy park at this time of year due to tourists traveling highway 12. There are 6 sites with electricity, 3 of them are on a gravel road, all the rest are paved. This year the level of water in the lake was very low. This is a basic campground but met our needs.
This is a national forest campground, make reservations at www.recreation.gov. 21 sites with electric, 5 without. Water available but no hookup. No sewer or dump station. Vault toilets. Absolutely beautiful location at 8000 feet elevation. Lakes all around with good fishing. Sites are neat with picnic tables, some with shade. Cell phones work. Warnings about mosquitoes but we did not experience them at this time of year. Would definitely return.
Beautiful setting with most sites in the trees as well as a few sites in an open parking lot area where you can use a satellite dish. It is a wide and level gravel road for 4 miles to reach the campground. Very clean laundry with 4 washers and 4 dryers. The owners are very friendly, we rented a jeep to drive the gorgeous Alpine Loop. We also caught 3 delicious trout in the lake which cost us $7 to fish. Would definitely stay here again and stay longer. Cell phones do not work here.
Beautiful location outside Creede on the Rio Grande River. A very clean and neat park, open and grassy but with no shade. Clean laundry room, only 2 washers and dryers. This is also a resort with cabin and motel rentals on the river. I agree with the previous reviewer that the restaurant is outstanding but expect it to be expensive.
This is a National Forest Service campground. Eight new showers were recently added. Use of the showers and dump station are free to campers. The campground is away from the Wallow fire area that burned in 2011. There are three lakes across the road that are frequently stocked with trout. There is one site with electric and water hook ups and one full hook up site. Both are available on a first come basis. Other sites can be reserved through the recreation.gov website. People with National access passes camp for 1/2 the rate.
This is a Forest Service campground with no hookups and vault toilets. They put fans in the exhaust vents for the toilets, and if you are in a campsite near the bathroom it can be smelly if the wind is in your direction. The campsites are nicely kept up, and most are best for small campers or tents. Only a few work for larger RVs. The location is great, half way between Flagstaff and Sedona in beautiful Oak Creek Canyon. The campground is close to the road, but there is very little traffic at night so no noise. We have camped here twice. The cost is $18 unless you have an Interagency pass which cuts the cost to $9. Very friendly and helpful camp hosts.
This is a Kaibab Forest Campground with no hookups. It is 19 miles southeast of Williams and the last 10 miles is on a gravel road. The campground fills up on the weekends in the summer, reservations for some sites are available. The lake is stocked for fishing and good for kayaking or canoeing, small electric motors are allowed. Good ATV roads are near by. The camp hosts were very friendly and helpful. National Parks Passes will decrease the nightly rate by 50%.
This is a Coconino Forest campground so it has no hookups. Water is available from a faucet near the bathrooms but it had a notice that the water was contaminated with a non pathogenic bacteria. The campground is located very near Rte 89A which has a fair amount of traffic during the day but it was very quiet at night. Campsites are well developed with paved roads. The camp host was very friendly and made frequent checks on the toilets to be sure they were clean. The rate is less expensive for National park pass holders. I would return to camp here since it is a great location.
This is a National Forest (Coconino)campground located on the Mogollon Rim about 2 miles north of Clints Well and 2 1/2 miles in on a gravel road. Absolutely beautiful setting in the pine forest; some sites have distant views off the Rim. Located 2 1/2 miles from the Blue Ridge Reservoir. A great place for canoing or kayaking. The campground does not take reservations, no hookups,and has chemical toilets. The sites are level with pads for tents and picnic tables. The campground tends to fill up by Fridays on summer weekends.
A very clean and neat park. The showers are like individual bathrooms with toilet, sink and shower. Wi-Fi is password protected and free. We enjoyed visiting the Crater very much. You need closed shoes for taking the tour of the Crater Rim. The RV park gives a $2 discount and seniors get another $2 off the price of admission. The museum is fun with interactive exhibits.
Sites are in a meadow with dirt roads, so when the wind blew it could be very dusty. Some sites were shaded with big trees. Some sites were close together. No TV, we used our satellite dish. We camped in a 5th wheel while friends stayed in a cabin. The cabin was very clean, well stocked, and had Direct TV. A good location if you want to ride the Cumbres and Toltec Railroad out of Antonito.
Our second time here, now under new owners and they are trying to improve the park. Sites are large, well manicured and most are shaded. The laundry facilities are very clean. Wi-Fi worked well but are not password secured. Excellent centralized location for Southeastern Colorado. Located across the road from Mesa Verde National Park and about 35 miles from Durango.
Beautiful campground. A very large park, we camped over Memorial Day weekend, and although it was full, it didn't seem crowded. The park was a Naval training base during WW2, all that is left is a museum in the old Brig. The volunteers were very helpful in trying to locate graduation pictures of my husband's father in 1943. We camped in a pull through site.
Beautiful, well maintained campground on the Columbia River. The staff was very helpful and friendly. We were in site 27, one side of the trailer faced the river and and the other side had a privacy fence. We stayed 3 nights.
Clean, well maintained park with a friendly staff. Located on a scenic drive, across from Netarts Bay and about 8 miles from Tillamook. Free, secure, and fast WiFi. View sites are higher priced. We camped in a 27 foot fifth wheel.