I last said, I never give a 10. That is until I came to Willow tree. I left a nice Myrtle Beach State park after it was invaded for Easter/Spring break. I came to Willow Tree; it's like I died and went to RV heaven. If you like large level paved sites, lightly "treed", full hookups, some sites with sheds or hot tubs, nice walking path/bike trail, large clean lake, pool, etc and a real peaceful quiet environment, this is it. I can see why people are wintering here. Food Lion about 2 miles away. It is about 8 miles straight down Route 9 to N. Myrtle beach. Please leave room for me next year.
What more can you ask for except lower prices. You are a couple hundred yards from the beach. Level sites, quiet, nice hosts, pet friendly, family friendly, "bikeable", walkable. Everything you could ever need close by. The quiet does include a couple flights every once in a while, the airport glide path is about 1/2 mile to a mile away, but was more interesting than annoying. We saw Coast guard, Air Force, commercial flights, Awacs planes, actually pretty cool. Fish off the piers. We are extending our stay. Why not a 10...no one gets a 10.
Good spot off route 90 for a night or two; more if you are into 4 wheeling, biking etc., a lot of trails here. It is a quirky interesting little town, a couple of brew pubs, a few restaurants and a lot of antique stores. The RV "park" is not at all fancy, just gravel with a level cement pad for your back tires with full hookups. To find it, take a right at " the center of the universe." If you stop here you will learn all about it. It is a very short walk to town. I would stay here again for sure.
Small state park in a good location in Big Fork, MT. The park is busy so reservations are the way to go, they have no overflow sites. We got lucky with a cancellation. Most sites are small and narrow with some leveling needed. We have a 24 ft motorhome and I wouldn't go too much bigger than that. There is lake access for boats and swimming. Showers and restrooms are clean if you need them. It is close enough to Kalispel and Whitefish for day trips. We stayed 3 nights and would stay here again. They have 2 sets of camp hosts so someone is always on duty.
Stopped here on the way to Yellowstone from Devil's Tower, it was about halfway. Their name says it all, Green oasis. It is just the place we needed for the night, a welcoming owner, a clean level site and only a block from rt 16, but still pretty quiet. We will stop here again if traveling through.
Real quiet campground up on a hilltop in Pa. It is up a fairly steep, but smooth dirt road. Only about 3 miles to town of Mansfield ( Walmart, Lowes, propane at Agway), etc. Nice 5 acre pond, fairly level sites, plenty of shade. Older restrooms were acceptable, they have built new ones, which we didn't use ( too far from site). Nice place to swim, hike and relax. Lambs Creek Hike & Bike Trail in Mansfield is 5 miles away, 6 mile paved bike path through fields along a river, real nice. Oh, did I mention quiet!!! We will be back.
While traveling through Pa. I spent 1 night here. Close to Rt. 84 so some highway noise outside. It is on the Delaware river so you can take a dip, go tubing, or kayaking. Bathrooms were OK, showers needed some work. They have a nice campstore and it is close to Walmart and Lowe's. I would stop here again.
Camped for a couple days in a 25 foot rig. Mostly open sites, some are in the woods. Fairly level grass sites, I had water and electric. Nice big clean pool, clean restrooms, quiet night in the Berkshires close to Shelburne Falls. We actually added some days here instead of heading directly up to Vermont, and will come back again.
Very nice place. Friendly people, clean area, well laid out and quiet. It is a few miles up the road from Cedar Key. A very nice place to escape the crowd and get some peace and quiet. I will come back here again when in the area. I feel lucky we found it.