TWO PEAS AND THE POD

119 days ago

"Nice park with full hookups!"

We agree with all the previous review here but would also like to add that even after being charged an extra $15 every night on top of the $20 nightly fee, just because we are non-Rhode Island residents there were pay showers in all the restrooms.... Read more

Devils Hopyard State Park East Haddam, CT
119 days ago

"Designed to be a good tenting location."

We were here for three nights and were the only trailer in the small park. They had a terrible flood here is recent times and it took out the bridge just outside of the campground entrance. They are actively replacing the bridge but who knows when... Read more

Wildwood State Park Wading River, NY
122 days ago

"Our base camp for visiting NYC and Fire Island "

Wildwood State Park is the largest state park on Long Island. In the middle of May the campground was nearly empty during the week but was nearly full each of the two weekends we were here. The sites are decently spaced apart and most are pull... Read more

169 days ago

"Geared towards tenters and small poppup campers!"

First off if you rig is 11'0" or taller you can't even get into the campground. There is a bridge you have to pass under just after the office/check in station. I'm sure it says this somewhere on their website but I missed it. Fortunately our... Read more

169 days ago

"A quick three day layover!"

We were only here for a short three day visit so we could visit Hershey's Chocolate World in nearby Hershey and Indian Echo Caverns. We visited this campground from 04/22/19 to 04/25/19.

Ohiopyle State Park Dunbar, PA
180 days ago

"Not much has changed!"

Reading the previous reviews for the past 4 years I realize not much has changed here in that time, except maybe the cell phone reception has improved. The bathrooms are still outdated but functioning, the sites are fairly level (except our #190)... Read more

184 days ago

"Beautiful resort and surrounding area"

When we arrived here three days ago there was a inch thick snow cover on the entire campground. That's probably why they don't turn the water on at the campsites until this weekend. There is running water in the bathhouses, showers and laundry... Read more

187 days ago

"Here they have it all!"

Here at Pipestem Resort State Park they have it all! There is a nice campground with full hookup sites, electric only sites and primitive sites. You decide was level of comfort you desire and the price adjusts accordingly. There are two lodges... Read more

191 days ago

"Average campground but beautiful setting"

While the campground is nothing to write home about the area in which it resides is truly amazing. We only had three days here and had work to do for the first two of them, but on the third day we rode The Sky Lift up to the Natural Bridge and... Read more

194 days ago

"Tough access road and unlevel sites, but we made it work!"

The previous reviews were correct but just a little harsh, we have been in worst campgrounds. The campground access road is difficult to say the least, very steep inclines and declines once you're off the main highway through the... Read more
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"Nice park with full hookups!"
Devils Hopyard State Park
East Haddam, CT
"Designed to be a good tenting location."
Wildwood State Park
Wading River, NY
"Our base camp for visiting NYC and Fire Island "
"Geared towards tenters and small poppup campers!"
"A quick three day layover!"
Ohiopyle State Park
Dunbar, PA
"Not much has changed!"
"Beautiful resort and surrounding area"
"Here they have it all!"
"Average campground but beautiful setting"
"Tough access road and unlevel sites, but we made it work!"
Mammoth Cave Campground
Mammoth Cave, KY
"Quiet and well maintained campground."
"Closest state park for a visit to Nashville"
"Best of the 3 FREE campsites along the Natchez Trace Parkway"
Tishomingo State Park
Tishomingo, MS
"A short respite from the free camping on the Natchez Trace"
Jeff Busby Campground
Ackerman, MS
"Good bathrooms but unlevel sites"
Rocky Springs Campground
Hermanville, MS
"You get what you pay for here!"
Natchez State Park
Natchez, MS
"A perfect state park to start exploring The Natchez Trace"
"Beautiful lakefront sites!"
Davis Bayou Campground
Ocean Springs, MS
"Best National Park campground that we have visited."
Fort Pickens Campground
Pensacola Beach, FL
"Peaceful sound of the waves all night long."
"It's a white squirrel hangout!"
"Very short 2 night visit for us"
Crooked River State Park
St. Marys, GA
"Perfect basecamp for a visit to Cumberland Island National Seashore"
Fort Clinch State Park
Fernandina Beach, FL
"As far north as you can get, in Florida!"
St. John's RV Park
St. Augustine, FL
"Not our cup of tea!"
"Winter at the beach, Brrrrrrr!"
"Best place to stay for a Kennedy Space Center visit!"
Disney's Fort Wilderness Resort
Lake Buena Vista, FL
"Most convenient for free? Disney transportation"
"The best campground in Ocala National Forest!"
Rodman Campground
Palatka, FL
"A long weekend just outside of the Ocala National Forest"
"A quiet place for us to spend New Year's Eve"
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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CAMDEN HILLS STATE PARK (ME)

Camden Hills State Park has everything you're probably looking for if you're planning a summer camping trip. The campsites are varied in size and shapes but ours was plenty long enough to back THE P...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: PAWTUCKAWAY STATE PARK (NH)

Pawtuckaway State Park is located on Pawtuckaway Lake in Nottingham, NH and it is sectioned off into three separate campgrounds. Horse Island section (Sites #1-80) are the most suited for larger RVs...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: WOMPATUCK STATE PARK (MA)

We only spent three nights here at Wompatuck State Park and most all of our daylight hours were spent in Boston. The park is located just 6 miles from the Hingham Ferry Dock and the boat drops you o...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: NICKERSON STATE PARK (MA)

Nickerson State Park is a beautiful summer destination place to visit, if you're tent camping! There are over 400 campsites here but only a few are well suited for anything larger a 25 foot travel t...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: SCUSSET BEACH STATE RESERVATION (MA)

Scusset Beach campground is adjacent to the Cape Cod Canal, while none of the campsites have a full view of the canal due to heavy foliage, there are several pass-thrus which give easy access to the...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: FISHERMENS MEMORIAL STATE PARK (RI)

This will be our only stop in the state of Rhode Island and since we always try to visit at least one state park where ever we are we chose Fishermen's Memorial State Park, which is located just a f...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: DEVIL'S HOPYARD STATE PARK (CT)

With just 22 sites, no running water or electric, and only pit toilets on site, this isn't much of an RVer's destination campground. It is better suited for tent campers and weekend getaways. We onl...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: WILDWOOD STATE PARK (NY)

Wildwood State Park is the largest state park on Long Island. In the middle of May the campground was nearly empty during the week but was nearly full each of the two weekends we were here. The site...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CHEESEQUAKE STATE PARK (NJ)

Cheesequake State Park will be our only stop in the state of New Jersey, but we have a lot planned while we are here. The campground itself is geared more towards tent campers and small popup traile...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: GIFFORD PINCHOT STATE PARK (PA)

We were only here at Gifford Pinchot State Park for three days and spent most of the first two on just our campsite. We did check out the park on the last day here and found that most of the better...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: OHIOPYLE STATE PARK (PA)

Ohiopyle State Park is a little bit of a challenge to get to. The roads leading in are very steep and narrow but once inside the park everything improves. The campground has a separate entrance and...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CANAAN VALLEY RESORT STATE PARK (WV)

Arriving here at Canaan Valley I understand why West Virginia truly is the mountain state. Just getting to our campsite here we experienced roadways with 7-10% grades, over long distances of 4 to 5...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: PIPESTEM RESORT STATE PARK (WV)

Here at Pipestem Resort State Park they have it all! There is a nice campground with full hookup sites, electric only sites and primitive sites. You decide was level of comfort you desire and the pr...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: NATURAL BRIDGE STATE RESORT PARK (KY)

Natural Bridge State Resort Park has many similarities to the other State Resort Park we just left. First off there is nothing resort like about the campgrounds. They are named resort parks because...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CUMBERLAND FALLS STATE RESORT PARK (KY)

Cumberland Falls State Resort Park is a little ways off the beaten path, but there is one special reason to come visit and that is to see the falls. They say that if you stand in just the right spot...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: MAMMOTH CAVE CAMPGROUND (KY)

We were thrilled to pull up to the check-in station here at Mammoth Cave Campground and be offered one of their two full hook up sites for the week. During the busy season I suspect these two sites...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CEDARS OF LEBANON STATE PARK (TN)

Cedars of Lebanon State Park is our base camp for exploring Music City, U.S.A., Nashville, TN. It's 33 miles from our campsite driveway to the downtown Music Center parking garage, not too close, bu...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: MERIWETHER LEWIS CAMPGROUND (TN)

Meriwether Lewis Campground is easily the best of the three FREE campgrounds on the Natchez Trace Parkway. The bathhouse was clean and the sites were fairly level with back-ins and pull-thrus. The c...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: TISHOMINGO STATE PARK (MS)

Tishomingo State Park turned out to be the perfect stop for our exploring the Natchez Trace Parkway. Mix in this park with water and electric hookups with the three FREE National Park campgrounds al...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: JEFF BUSBY CAMPGROUND (MS)

Jeff Busby Campground is our second stop on our visit up The Natchez Trace Parkway. At our first stop at Rocky Springs Campground we found nice campsites with terrible bathrooms, here we have just t...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: ROCKY SPRINGS CAMPGROUND (MS)

Rocky Springs campground will be our first stop on the Natchez Trace Parkway. Also this will be our 307th night on the road and our very first time arriving at a campground where we didn't have a re...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: NATCHEZ STATE PARK (MS)

Here at Natchez State Park I must say the check in procedure is different than anywhere we have been up until now. If you have a reservation the signage instructs you to go straight to your campsite...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: PERCY E QUIN STATE PARK (MS)

Percy E. Quin State Park is our next Mississippi destination. We have reservations for one of their premium waterfront sites with full hookups (water/electric/sewer) at a slightly higher than usual...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: DAVIS BAYOU CAMPGROUND (MS)

Our travels today brought us to a new state for us, Mississippi, our 10th since we started this journey last May. It's funny how you remember certain things from elementary school and forget most of...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: FORT PICKENS CAMPGROUND (FL)

Fort Pickens Campground is located in The Gulf Islands National Seashore, being here means we have now visited six out of the ten National Seashores across the United States. Our travels today set a...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: OCHLOCKNEE RIVER STATE PARK (FL)

Located within the St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge in Florida you'll find Ochlocknee River State Park and campground. One of the interesting features of this park is the population of White Squir...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: STEPHEN FOSTER FOLK CULTURAL CENTER SP (FL)

We only had a short two night stay at this campground due to the tire problem we experienced at our previous stop. We barely made it out of the trailer while we were here and didn't get to explore w...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: CROOKED RIVER STATE PARK (GA)

Crooked River State Park is located just 5 miles north of the Florida/Georgia state line. It's the perfect place to camp if you are planning a trip over to Cumberland Island National Seashore, which...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: FORT CLINCH STATE PARK (FL)

Another Florida beach side campsite for us here at Fort Clinch State Park and another near freezing and windy visit. I know it's still January and we are on the Florida/Georgia border here, but come...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: ST. JOHN's RV PARK (FL)

Anyone who has been following our travels knows that we don't intentionally visit private RV parks, it's just not our style. Our last private RV park visit was a KOA in Virginia, back in September l...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: GAMBLE ROGERS STATE REC AREA (FL)

This campground is located in Flagler Beach and straddles both sides of US1 on the south side of town. You must go in the mainland side of the park to register at the office, but we were lucky enoug...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: MANATEE HAMMOCK CAMPGROUND (FL)

This park is directly across the Indian River from the Kennedy Space Center. From the back of the campground you can actually see the launch towers and the storage/assembly building. Our visit here...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: DISNEY'S FORT WILDERNESS (FL)

Fort Wilderness Campground is by far the most expensive place we have parked the trailer since we started our fulltime journey last May. It's not the most beautiful campground we have stayed at, or...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: SALT SPRINGS RECREATION AREA (FL)

This is our first repeat visit to a campground on our full-time journey, but it won't be the last! When we were here on a weekend last June it was packed full of parents with children on summer break....

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: RODMAN CAMPGROUND STATE PARK (FL)

This stop is yet again another one of our rescheduled campgrounds due to Hurricane Michael back in October. Well sort of rescheduled? Our first four days here at Rodman Campground we will be on Site #...

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TWO PEAS AND THE POD: MIKE ROESS GOLD HEAD BRANCH STATE PARK (FL)

This was not our first choice of where to spend our New Years holiday! Back in October Hurricane Michael plowed through the Florida panhandle as a high end Category 4 s...

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