Found this campground on our way back to the Midwest. It is located on a lake near the North Platte River. During Covid-19, the office was limiting the number of people in the office. We didn’t look at the laundry or restrooms to see if they were...
We looked for a long time to find a campground in the Colorado Springs area that we would enjoy for a few days. Most of the reviews said they were very close to their neighbors. Not so here! We were in site #16 and it is spacious! In fact, we...
We stayed here 2 nights as we traveled through Albuquerque to Colorado Springs. Because of Covid-19, there was a packet outside the office when you checked in. We got a call the morning we arrived to tell us about this and asked if we had any...
We stayed here for 30 days during Arizona’s “stay-at-home”order in April 2020. The office went contactless and did everything via email. The resort opened in August 2019 and was very well maintained. All the roads are paved and sites have rock....
This is another great state park in AZ! The sites are spaced out pretty well and our site 67 (in Red-Tail Hawk Loop) was level. The scenery was beautiful. There are lots of hiking tails in the park too! Amenities at the park include: electric...
This regional park is usually hard to get into and when a site became available, we used it as a stopping point on our way to Sedona. The scenery is beautiful - lots of saguaros, mountains, trails, cacti, wildflowers, and more! There are 39...
We love this AZ state park! We were in the dry camping section and love the ample space there is between sites. Amenities at this park include: dump station w/water, dumpsters for garbage and also recycling dumpster, lots of hiking trails, and...
You need to be a member of Escapees to overnight in this park. Weekly rate is $110 plus electric which includes full-hookups. Daily rate is $20 for full-hookups. Laundry was very reasonable - $1 for washer/$.25 for dryer for 20 minutes. When we...
You need to be a member of Escapees to be in this park. Weekly rate is $100 which includes full-hookups. Electricity was extra ($.14/kilowatt). We used our solar as it’s pretty much sunny every day in Yuma. You couldn’t use your RV washing machine...
The sites were large, paved, and mostly flat. The site had water and elecric (50amp) for $30/night. If you have a 24 ft or under van/RV/trailer, there were sites overlooking the river for $20/night with 20 amp electric/water. The park had a bonus...
"Campground Right on a Lake"
"The sites are spacious!"
"A great overnight option"
"Best “Stay-at-Home” RV Resort"
"A gem so close to the city!"
"One of our favorite AZ State Parks!"
"Well managed Escapee’s RV Park"
"Well Managed Escapee Park"
"Another AZ State Park on the Colorado River"
"The Red Rock Views are Beautiful"
"Awesome Views of Lake Mead"
"Wide Open Spaces and FREE"
"Peaceful, Quiet and close to Lake Havasu City"
"Great Home Base for the Balloon Festival"
"Escapee’s Rainbow Park - great location"
"Great spot to stay to check out White Sands!"
"Beautiful View of Santa Catalina Mountains"
"Yogi Bear is Alive and Well"
"“Penny’s Cafe” was a wonderful surprise"
"Quarter Mile to the Gulf of Mexico!"
"Beware of the prickly thorns"
"Newest RV Park in Houston - opened 8/19"
"A little out of the way"
"Overnight only, last resort"
"Convenient to Sioux Falls"
"Average Wooded State Park"
"Beautiful campground on Lake Superior"