This is a lovely, small state park. The nightly rate is $20 for electric site, plus we gladly paid an additional $7 for a Colorado State Park pass we needed to get in. I never mind contributing to the upkeep of such a nice place. Easy pull-through site, paved, fairly level, surrounded by Piñon pine and sage. Heavenly. We will be back if ever in the are again.
If you mean by "park" a place to put/park your RV, then OK, this is an RV Park. If you mean a park with trees, fresh breezes, hiking trails, etc., then no, this is not that kind of RV park. Sites are gravel, level, and easy to pull through or in to. They are full hookups in the sense that there is electricity, even 50 amp, a sewer connection (sometime needing repair), and water (although the spigot may be 50 feet from where you are parked, so be ready with a long hose). Just an overnight spot. Nothing to write home about.
One of the best kept "secrets" off the Interstate. A lovely wooded setting on the lake. One of our favorite "on-the-way" one night stops as we are headed from Virginia to New England. An early CCC camp with a variety of sites and small cabins. We'll be back, again and again.
I hesitate to tell you about this wonderful place. I'd like to keep it to myself for return visits. Quiet, tree-lined, good WiFi and Verizon Wireless. Most wonderful host/hostess. Nice little playground for the kids. Pemigewasset river runs through it. I stayed here for two weeks while teaching in the area. Not a resort, but my kind of "home base" off the road.
In my 40 years of camping I have never felt so unwelcome as I did when entering this park today. Not only were we not permitted to access a perfectly open site until the 3 PM check-in time, but also we were directed to take our 30 foot motor and just go park it somewhere until it was time. We went to the lake, and the person there was seemingly unwilling to let us take our camper into the beach parking area, the only place there was decent parking anywhere around. Some training in public relations is in order.
By far the nicest park we've seen in our years on the road. Great place to basecamp while visiting the area historic sites. Most friendly hosts, wide, wide grass lawn around each site, easy shopping nearby. You might think this is too far off the Big Road, but don't miss it, even for one night.
Nice people, nice sites, outstanding washrooms and laundry. Talk to the host about discounts on Colorado River cruises. So much nicer than any other CG in the Moab area that we looked at. Will certainly stay there again for Arches and Canyonlands exploration.
For boondocking this is the most magnificent, best kept secret on the road. There are no reservations, so get in early or off season. Pay attention to the trailer length restrictions. There were only a few sites which could take our 30' Airstream. Drive the loop, take the trails, see the sights. This is our third stay there and we will be back. Rate reflect Sr. Pass.
Large park with an efficient check-in system. Open gravel pull-through for us as we were on our way to Phoenix and only stayed one night. Would probably be brutally hot in mid-summer. Easy off and on expressway through town. Seemed very safe. We'd stay here again.
Nice manager, led us to our site. Nice pull through with easy and clean full hookups. Open Midwestern field, side-by-side set up. Perfect for the three days we stayed as I had business meetings near O'Hare. Easy access to I-90 but road noise not too bad. We'll come back when we need to stay near the western suburbs.
Beautiful park, we found out the next morning, but hard to figure out if you arrive late and are a newbie. Side-by-side pads in the Full hook up area, with a view out the front of your trailer over the lawn and lake. We could only stay the one night, but we'd stay again and get there earlier if possible.
Don't miss this "hidden wonder" on the Texas plains. The nice, well-spaced sites are surrounded by the most glorious red and white bluffs of the canyon. Stay more than a day if you can. Take the trails. Study the history. Go to the visitor center. This was our second stay and we will go back again and again.
Totally charming old 1950s Rt. 66 trailer park and trading post West of town. Fine site with a big tree, easy full hook ups. As an Airstreamer, this is a destination site due to the vintage units on display. We were assigned a space next to a vintage Airstream. There were two others staying the night we were there, and we visited with them as all 'streamers do. We'll always stay here when visiting our friends in Albuquerque.
Just off I-20 on the south side. Very friendly hostess allowed us to check in after 8 PM, and assigned us to a level, well-lighted pull through as we were trying to 'make miles' toward AZ. Perfect for an overnight. Clean, well maintained, hooks ups easy, bath house very nice. We would stay here again.
Nicer than most giant parking lots, side-by-side, back-to-back camping, which is not our style. Few golf carts, a blessing. Close to everything "Misty" and all the rest. Staff is very nice. We would stay again, and ask for a treeful site.
The North Camp is particularly nice, but South Camp is OK, too. Wide expanses of grass, easy lake access, solid electrical service for our A/C on hot days. For us this is "family land" so we find it special in many ways. It's an easy drop south from U.S. 20, and near enough to the Ohio Turnpike to make it worth the trip, even for only an overnight.
A large "subdivision" of RV parking pads, concrete, nice, level, with grass between, but very open. You are "with" you neighbors, and that could be fun. I rate it lower because it's not our style of camping, even with our Airstream luxury trailer. Easy access from U.S. 131. Fancy office and efficient staff. Site 147 was shaded by a pleasant forest oasis in the afternoon. Some others live in direct sun all day.
A nice FL state park, with sites well separated by bushes and dunes. Access to some is a challenge for longer rigs like our 30' Airstream with the long Henlsey hitch and big truck. We wiggled in and were delighted by the trail to the beach. We moved here after the Canopener at Topsail, so it was a marked contrast, of course. I'd come back to be close to the Naval Air Museum.
Simple, open place with, as others have said, dusty gravel. My experience is that the power, both 30 and 50, is such that it blows my AC breaker when I try to run AC, much needed on 90-degree May Day on the riverfront. Nice people, escort to site.
Very nice park, near Texas Motor Speedway and I-35W spur just south of Denton. Good shopping near by. Quiet and very well maintained park with nice level spots, trees, and grass. Each spot has a patio. Texas 114 under massive construction while I stayed here, but when completed will be a dream in and out of Dallas. Good choice, good price, good people.
Do stop here. A very nicely kept state park with paved pads, good power and water, excellent dump station. Stayed in Loop A, surround by trees with lots of room between sites. Arrived without reservation. Staff very helpful and nice. WiFi worked flawlessly and free. Worth the drive off the I-20 even if just for a night. Will come back when through this way.
An interesting park, not without its challenges if navigating a 30 foot trailer. Water and Electric only in smallish wooded sites, many around the Lake Delanor. State employees somewhat brusque but took our money. Nice to see once. We will not go back.
This is a FINE wayside, near I-40 yet far enough away to mute traffic sounds. Beautifully maintained side-by-side pull through parking with grass and small trees between sites. A tasteful nightlight tops each power post; the water and sewer are easy to hook and clean. Friendly management. Great place to stay on your way to Petit Jean or Dardenelles.
Not a campground, but an old trailer park next to the road. It would have been convenient as a way-side except the site promised to us over the phone was given away by the time we got there, even though we stated when making the reservation that we would be a late arrival, around 7:30 PM. Bits of someone's old picnic littered the site. The full hook ups worked, the WiFi didn't. We'll try to skip it next time through.
Interesting place located at the back of a residential trailer community, which is nicely kept. Sites are mostly pull through with full hookups. Easy in and out, and far enough away from the Interstate to muffle the road noise. Good value.
IMPORTANT: the GPS 32.637 -97.475 does NOT take you to the park. The gate is about 3 miles south of there, left off 377 on Pearl Ranch Road. This was once a nice park, but has suffered neglect. We used our Senior National Park Pass for $10 rate, normally $20. Wash house was clean, but nearly everything is broken, including the flush. Come self contained and ready to level, as most sites have some challenges.
Small, closely packed but generally well-kept park. Only some of the sites are FHU. We had just water/electric. Backing the 30' Airstream into some of the sites is a challenge. The dump site is interestingly located with a narrow road approach. Those waiting in line on Sunday morning have to pull off on the grass to let you out. They claim to have WiFi, but it never worked, not even in the main building. OK for a "place to park" while doing other things in the Central VA area.
Poured gravel sites RV area at the back end of a 600+ residential trailer park. Huge list of rules and regulations makes one feel unwelcome. 15 speed bumps beat up on your TV and Trailer. Water in shower house comes out in a trickle, and you have to keep pushing the GO button over and over. Dump Station placed on the wrong side of the road as you leave, requiring a turn-around to use it. Wildly overpriced for what you get. Skip it.
Variety of sites in the woods, full hookups available. Great park, good restaurant, good golf, putt-putt golf, nice pool, horseback stable, nature center. Pleasant staff all around. We've been twice and will go back. Good value for dollar.
Wonderfully maintained State Park. Good 30/50 power and water, no sewer, but good dump station. Great mix of sites, only a few good for 30+ foot rigs or trailers. Lots of forest, close to river/lake. Rental boats, disk golf. Very nice. Will go back.
Great place to base camp for Lolo Pass and all the Lewis and Clark things around Missoula. Owners very friendly and helpful. Wonderful pine forest surroundings. Easy access for all rigs. Highly recommended.
This old park is well kept. We and three other Airstreams met here and would come back. Full hookups worked fine. Wi-Fi was strong and solid and FREE. Host provided us with a map taped to the door because we were late arrivals. Site was easy to access and set up was a breeze. Quiet and nice for an overnight.
This is one of the finest parks we have ever used. Stay here if you can. Sites are level concrete pads with finely mowed grass and a small white fence in your "yard" for the full hookup. Immaculate laundry, grounds, and store. Very friendly, including three site dedicated to late arrivals. All pull through sites.
This run down, side-of-road park does not deserve your business. The hostess, when she is around, is rude and totally unhelpful to a first-time visitor. We were returning to the East from an 8,000 mile trip with lots of RV parks under our belt when we picked this one from Woodall's. It does NOT deserve any rating at all. Skip it.
Nice, clean, well maintained park. Right on the road, but little traffic after 10 PM. The host helped us park and the office offered outstanding welcome and local information. Large, grassy, mostly open sites in view of each other and the road, but that's OK. You're gone most of the day anyway in the Smokies. We'd stay here again.