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Veterans Memorial Park

Monterey, CA

“Great spot for a visit to Monterey!”

Reviewed Oct 20, 2017

Great park right in the middle of Monterey. No problem fitting our 26’ Airstream and there were more open spots that can fit larger (medium sized) RVs and trailers. Tons of tent campers as well. We arrived mid-day Thursday and had our pick of... more

Marvel Park

Parsons, KS

“Simple and cheap campground right in town”

Reviewed Oct 20, 2017

This is a simple no thrills campground right in town that is pretty cheap and very convenient to stay at as you are passing through Parsons. It's $10/night for water & electric. Some sites are 30 amps, others are 50amp. There is a dump near the... more

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Oakdale Park

Glen Rose, TX

“Hidden Gem”

Reviewed Oct 20, 2017

Great place to stay in your RV. Almost all sites are pull through. Laundry and propane refill on site. Snack bar open during pool season. Pool is enormous. Park is quiet in the off season. Across the street are putt putt golf, more laundry and Big... more

Recent RV Travel Blogs

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From Moab we headed South towards Valley of The Gods. We had originally planned to boondock down a dirt road but Jaime’s iPhone failed to direct us correctly and my GPS POI had us going up the wrong direction. Seeing signs for Goosenecks...

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We first visited Moab in 2009 in our travel trailer. Moab is a mecca for hiking, mountain biking, and offroad adventuring with two amazing National Parks (Arches and Canyonlands).  Our friends Denny and Veronica from RV Outlawz posted some...

Away We Winnebago