This is a large Corps of Engineer campground on Lake Nolin. The sites are large and level and spread out from the neighbors. The road to get here is a bit narrow and winding, lacking a shoulder like many roads in Kentucky, but many large...
This is a smaller campground in the middle of Bardstown. There were no entrance or vehicle fees for camping in this State Park, however it is not really near the historic buildings of My Old Kentucky Home. The sites are a bit small and close...
This is large county park, tucked up in the hills just south of town. The sites with water and electric were in a more open area, while electric only sites were under large black walnut trees. There is also a dump station, but it is locked, so you...
We stayed at the fairgrounds rather than the state park in town to avoid paying entrance fees to the state park for two out of state vehicles. This fairgrounds park was similar to other fairgrounds in that the sites are loosely defined in a large...
This campground is run by the county, so you do not need to pay additional entrance fees if you are from out of state or don't have a Michigan Recreation Passport. The sites vary widely in size, levelness and quality. The park was probably about...
This casino has a large RV parking area, separate from the rest of the casino camping. You are welcome to dry camp in the parking lot for free or pay $15 for a site in the edge of the parking lot for electric and water. There is also a dump...
This is a popular campground for good reason. It is mostly wooded, with some beach access on Lake Superior. Sites are large and pretty private. Its's a good basecamp for cruises out of Munising or visiting Pictured Rocks. It was full mid-afternoon...
We spent one night here when the NFS campground across the street was full. There are free electric hookups. Parking lot was quiet at night after casino closed and no suspicious activity. The casino was one of the nicer small ones I've seen.
This is a nice privately run RV park right in the middle of great mountain biking trails and only 5 minutes from downtown Marquette. It has been built in the last few years and has great amenities, including a pool and hot tub and is very family...
We spent one night here in early August. The RV parking area is on the NE side of the casino. Truckers also parked in this area for short periods of time during the day. While the parking lot was well lit with security cameras, some of the other...
"Sprawling, spacious and right on the lake"
"Smaller campground for touring Bourbon Country"
"Large county park with electrical issues"
"Large, wooded campground on Lake Michigan"
"Nice basecamp for Munising area "
"Free stay at small casino"
"Great Marquette Base Camp, Especially for Mountain Biking"
"OK if you can't find something better"
"Forested hills next to Bayfield"
"Popular campground on nice beach"
"Good backup plan for crowded Glacier National Park area"
"Free stop on the way to Death Valley"
"Free camping in the desert next to a volcano"
"Meticulously kept facilities next to an island in a river"
"Nice place to kill time in western Arizona"
"Best bang for the buck in the Phoenix area"
"Nice Free Location to Explore West Tucson"
"First KOA experience but makes me want to try more"
"Nice basecamp to explore Chiricahua National Monument"
"A great dry camping experience in the mountains of southern New Mexico"
New Mexico was a blast but like all good things, the New Mexico portion of our trip had to come to an end. As we bid adieu to New Mexico we said hello to Arizona. Our first stop was the small town...
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The full hookup convenience of our RV park in Alamogordo was nice and all, but what we really needed was something a little more rustic (think cheaper, and less rednecky). We ended up in Aguirre Sp...
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