This lakeside camping area has many sites to choose from. If you need hookups there are only about 8 sites with them. We purposely went during the week because we figured it would be full of local boaters on weekends.
- the sites were...
1345 days ago
Arcosanti is an architecturally important site that allows camping in their parking lot for a nominal fee. I called ahead to confirm allow ability, which is recommended if you are arriving late. We arrived in time to take the last tour, then set...
This is an old campground that has seen better days. The price was reasonable w a Good Sams discount. We had it to ourselves due to it being winter. The little shop has some home made jellies and we bought one :)
The campground is right in town...
This park is amazing. It’s on the edge of Tucson, contiguous to the Saguaro Natl Forest, and near Old Tucson and the awesome but somewhat misnamed Sonora Desert Museum (it’s more like a zoo, aviary, aquarium). Anyway, this park is meticulously...
We were running out of daylight after taking a side trip to Biosphere (well worth it, listen to some podcasts for the fascinating back story). There are many roads branching off, and we had one to ourselves. Perfect place to watch the sun set and...
Great RV park to recover from remote camping. We loved it!
- well kept park w beautiful mountain views
- shower and toilet is kept clean, just for one person, like at home
- awesome hot tub pool, available 24/7
- club house open...
This should be a 5.
The park is super convenient to Hobbs, yet quiet. It’s clean, and has all the utilities - water, elec, shower house AND free WiFi, for a great price.
The elec and bathhouse require a code....
I needed a stopping place and it was getting late. I’m glad I called ahead to ensure a bath house because I learned it’s cash or check only. It was self check in, which I like. It was hard to find a spot in the dark, but worked out well and was...
We stayed here on our way from North Texas to Sea Rim/the gulf coast. I had always wanted to see the famed "big thicket", and this state park is within it. I imagined the early settlers hacking their way through the thick underbrush, alternating...
"Plenty of sites, gorgeous water, popular"
"Camping plus an experience"
"Fantastic w Coyote Serenade"
"Quiet &Remote w Great Amenities"
"Fell short of potential "
"Pines, cypress and easy kayaking"
"Ok camping - GREAT town"
"Small Canyon with Lots to See"
"Big Rocks and Crazy Water"
"East Texas Piney Woods and a Lake"
"Walk in the path of Conquistadors"
"Texas' little grand canyon"
"Beautiful sunset and animal watching"
"Sparkly New in the Sand Hills"
"Cheap, convenient, small town"
"Infinite choices of dispersed camping"
"Pristine and Wildlife Galore"
"Full Hookups on the Honor System"
"Lake or Riverside Along the Road to Yellowstone"
"Best Louisiana Camping in TX!"
"The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly"
"Woodsy and Mountains in TEXAS?! YESSS!"