After a 600+ mile driving day and with sleet and nighttime coming, we needed a quick place to stop for the night. This place was right off I-20 between Atlanta and Birmingham. It is behind a restaurant owned by the same person.
The RV Park is...
We stayed here a couple years ago and had a pretty good experience, but this visit wasn't quite as endearing. The plusses are the location - close to Jupiter and the fact that it is still possible to get a space at the last minute. Also, the...
We got a site in the Pine Grove CG which was fortunate since one member of our party needed to work while we were there. ATT & Verizon signal were fine for work from that CG, but as you went deeper in the park, ATT dropped to 1 bar and Verizon...
Second stay at Monument Lake for us. No hookups (no problem with solar). Plenty of room for any size rig (review below that says it isn't for big rigs must be thinking of a different campground). Other than an occasional generator, it is very...
Great concrete pads with space in between. 50 amp + water & dump station. There are also boat slips available with water and electric. The lock viewing area and little island across from the lock were all gated off due to Covid apparently which...
Easy stop for overnight. Close to the freeway, but far enough that the noise wasn't bad. Pull-through level grass sites. 50 amp is a $2 charge. 30 amp is $27.
No dog park. Lots of long term residents, but mostly well kept. Wouldn't...
Blakely has some of the most enormous campsites I've ever seen. They are all pull-through, sand/dirt/pine needle base, FHU campsites. You do not get to choose your campsite which is unfortunate. We had site 8 which was excellent, but many other...
We booked a 7 night stay at Compass RV Park during Thanksgiving week. The rate reflects 7 night discount, paver (premium) site, $30 fee to reserve specific site, and $5/day extra charge for our adult daughter who came with us.
Check in was...
Eagles Roost is conveniently located off I-75 close to the GA/FL border. We have made it an overnight stop several times. There are a lot of pull-through sites, and although, the concrete sites were full when we stopped, we were given a grass...
We stayed here on a trip to Asheville for a funeral. The location was good if you want to be close to town and fairly close to the airport, arboretum, etc.
The site we were given was level, gravel, FHU, with one of their many cabins right...
"Fine for overnight stop if you don't mind the smell of fried food."
"Park feels like it is having an identity crises"
"Good base camp for Everglades and Big Cypress"
"Huge campsite, lots of trails and history"
"A lot of good but some negatives to consider"
"Good location for visiting Asheville"
"Beautiful beach, beautiful site"
"Great park, but confusing layout"
"We've had less issues with mud boondocking"
"Self serve CG midway between Glacier and T. Roosevelt"
"Nothing terrible, nothing great"
"If only all "boondocking" sites were like this"
"Stayed here for the location"
"Too bad the sites aren't better for such a beautiful area"
"Only worth it if you want to be packed in like a sardine"
"Spacious level sites and close to great Grand Teton trails"
"Not worth even the $5 we paid"
"Excellent staff, so so sites"
"Best campground in Custer"
"Amazing experience even if you aren't a Laura Ingalls Wilder fan"
"Worth more than an overnite stay"
"Not the best, but had what we needed."
"Beautiful location. Many, many long-term campers"
"Site quality varies dramatically"
"Huge park with lots to do"
"Close to Providence Canyon, Site Quality varies"
"Pretty park, but a drive to everything"
"It all depends on the weather"
"Great base camp for Everglades and Big Cypress with excellent cell service!"
"Experience can differ depending on site"
"Exceeds expectations for an overnite stop"
"More than just a beach campground"
"Heaven for water loving dogs"
"Great for some things, not so great for others"