This nice little park is one of Albuquerque's less known gems. A couple dozen paved pull-through sites with electricity and water. No sewer, but a clean dump station. The park is maintained by the City of Bernalillo (10 Miles north of Albuquerque). The manager is super friendly and dedicated to keeping park nice. Most all the sites have an adobe style shelter. It's far enough from Route 550 to keep the highway noise to a decent low roar. It's next door to a Casino, if that's of interest. A nice place to stay if one is visiting people in Bernalillo, Placitas or Rio Rancho. Only a mile and a half from I-25. Good base for exploring northern New Mexico or Albuquerque proper.
This is a nice, family friendly park with some excellent shady sites. There is a mix of full hook-ups to limited hook-up sites that can accommodate all kinds of campers. The new managers are working hard to update the facility and improve the camping experience. It's next to a city park that can be used for tent camping. There is a nice-looking nine hole golf course attached. We don't golf, but it it looked inviting.
This campground is pretty much as described in postings, except it would seem they have added quite a few pull-through sites that can accommodate bigger rigs with full hook ups. We stayed for a couple of weeks while visiting friends and the DC area and it worked quite well. We could not find any RV parks or campgrounds any closer to the DC metro area. We had a nice, grassy, tree shaded site that was quite pleasant.
The owner is working hard to upgrade this facility from it's old trailer park days. The new section is quite nice, and the middle section is okay, too. Since the choices in Bend are the pricey Crown Villa, this is a pretty good lesser priced alternative when visiting Bend. We've stayed for a month the past two summers and didn't have any complaints.
This is a state park, so it doesn't have "big city" amenities, but it does have nice, large spaces with lots of trees. It's a great base from which to visit Savannah and the surrounding area. We were here in the off-season (January), so insects were not a problem. They have camping from primitive (what they call "Pioneer") to 50 amps. They do need to do some work on the roads; there are some major "bottom scrapers" around. The park is a bit a of a hassle to get to since it's south of Savannah and not near the interstates. The route is well marked most of the way. Unfortunately, some of the major turn signs are missing so it's easy to get lost. (Park management knows about this but maintains they can't get the highway department to cooperate with them in replacing these signs). Our recommendation would be to take the I-516 to its terminus at Bull St. in town, then keep going straight on DeRenne to the Harry Truman Parkway. Go south on the Truman Parkway until it ends at Whitfield. Turn south (left) on Whitfield, which turns into Diamond Causeway, so it's a straight in shot to Skidaway island and the park. The park is not too far south of the bridge over the intra-coastal waterway, so keep watch for the next right after the bridge. It's a nice loop that goes around so you can have a straight in entrance to the park road w/o having to make a left turn. Once again, it's not marked; those darn highway people! We stayed here two weeks.
This is a rustic little park on the edge of Columbus with easy access to the historic villages just north of there. We found the price right for a basic unimproved park, and management very warm and helpful. This park is not the Taj Mahal west, but certainly is not what the foregoing review suggests. We used this park as a base for exploration of the area and loved it. The grounds are beautiful, especially in the spring.
This is a busy park all year. Visitors usually stay just one or two nights. They have no permanent residents. Park owners have been steadily improving the facility since taking over a few years back. The Pool is nice, and the restrooms and laundry are super clean. If you are too tired to cook, the restaurant will deliver dinner to your rig. We have stayed here four times in the last two years. An interesting note is that, even though it's in the middle of the desert, Santa Rosa is known for scuba diving in the famous "Blue Hole."
This is Truth or Consequences prettiest park. Set on three levels, it has a great view. The park is well maintained, with a specious activity area. Laundry area is small but clean. Park owner is not always available but has "helpers" who are good substitutes. We stayed here twice up to three weeks in a a motorhome.