The whole campground is first come first served. The best sites are 16-25 they are at the back of the campground. There is more distance between those sites. A couple sites sit next to the roaring river. You can hear the river from most of those...
The RIdge Loop of this campground is first come first serve. There is distance between most sites. The vast majority have full sun exposure for solar.The lake was less than a 1/4 mile from our site There is a place you can rent paddle boards or...
You have the ocean and Flores lake a short distance from the campground. The lake is where people come from all over the US to kiteboard. We sat for hours and watched the kiters fly across the lake. The RV sites have water and electric. There is a...
Most sites have distance and foliage between you and your neighbor. The trail to the sand dunes was a few hundred feet from our site. There were a couple of trails to choose from in length and difficulty. This is a reservation-only park. there...
This park is for people fishing. There are a bunch of old beat-up trailers that belong to seasonal or long-term renters when you enter the park. They have a few sites on the river that are extremely close together. We had 3 ft between our slide...
Most of the sites are spaced well. All of the sites are paved and most were level. The bathrooms were clean and showers cost .50 for 5 minutes. The Siletz river runs next to the park. Some campers brought inner tubes so they could float the river...
All of the parks in the surrounding area were full so we chose Kelly's because the tent area is first come first served. The only spaces with utilities are crammed together that front onto the bay. The spaces are so close the awning of one unit...
First come, first serve sites #1--15, #40-49; # 69-70; #74-92. Sites 1-15 are on the front row with a view of the water. The other first come first serve sites are back in the trees with lots of shade. Some have water views. The park is well...
I was ready to leave when we pulled into the park. There were a lot of units end to end in a small space. I changed my opinion on our first day. John and Denise are the park hosts. They are the most engaging hosts I"ve encountered. They were...
This park sits next to the Skagit River. There is a boat launch area next to the park.A dog park, a playground, a picnic area, and a large open field next to the campgrounds. There were only four other people in the park during our stay. The park...
"Enjoyed the roar of the river"
"Adjacent to the Sand Dunes"
"This is a fish camp not an rv park"
"A quiet place next to the river"
"Great View of the Strait of Juan De Fuca"
"A great place to stay in Sedro Woolley"
"We were the only ones there"
"Update on Campendium information for Colonial Creek"
"Enjoyed the roar of the river"
"If you want a little privacy"
"it's not worth the money"
"Short Distance from Glacier National Park"
"Numerous Spots a short distance from the road "
"Great place for sunrises and sunsets"
"I could hit the lake with a stone from the campsite"
"Down the road from Cathedral Caverns"
"You can beat the view for the price"
"On the edge of the Lake Hartwell"
"Way to close to your neighbor"
"Camped on the edge of the lake"
"Great Spot in the trees"
"One of the biggest free camp areas in Lake Havasu"
"Not a lot of level ground"
"A lot of stars and coyotes serenading"
"Miles of beach for free"
"Quiet park a couple miles from town"
"No need to go anywhere else beachfront in LA!"