This is our 3rd year going to Gulf State Park in the fall and our family has already requested a return next fall.
The campground is huge. Most of the sites are quite large, also, but vary greatly in shade, privacy, and distance to the beach. ...
This campground is located near the foothills of the Appalachian Mtns. and is an Army COE campground on Carter's Lake. It is 4 winding miles off the "main" road which is another 10-15 miles to any town.
The campground is laid out so that...
We stayed here mid-week at the end of July. The big positive was the location, esp. if you want to take advantage of the early morning "no cars" hours on the Cades Cove Loop. The entrance was right outside the campground. Another positive was a...
Close to I-40, but situated in a little hollow that decreases road noise significantly. Sites are pull-through, gravel, FHU. Check in is at a store near the entrance and owner leads you to site.
There is a small playground and storm shelter. ...
$10 (Sr. Pass Rate) for a pull-through, 50 amp, paved site with a covered picnic area and view of a lake is hard to beat.
To get to the CG, head toward the lake, not the visitor's center. The CG entrance will be visible a little ways down. ...
77 days ago
Campground has a lot to offer - a playground, pool, two laundries, etc., but the sites are VERY close together. Every other site is parked the reverse direction, so your door opens to the neighboring sites door.
The sites are pull-through,...
The reason to stay here is the location - walking distance to the Visitor's Center, shuttle stops, and the rim. We had reserved a "classic" site, but were given one of the regular sites when we arrived. It was a nice upgrade. FHU, level,...
We stayed here for 2 nights to see White Sands. It is a little drive from the state park to White Sands, but is worth it for the setting.
The campground is nestled with hills on one side and the desert on the other, so beautiful no matter...
We are from So. California originally, so have been to Crystal Cove in years past, but this was our first time coming in a long time. There are several entrances to the park as a whole. None of them indicate where the campground is and the...
We were heading to Disneyland for 3 days and without a CA version of Fort Wilderness, one of the Anaheim RV parks seemed to be the best choice. Orangeland is about 3.2 miles from the entrance gate (we walked there one day).
We chose a premium,...
"More than just a beach campground"
"Heaven for water loving dogs"
"Great for some things, not so great for others"
"Ok, but lots of add'l fees"
"Free Upgrade + Location"
"Beautiful scene out of every window"
"Beautiful location, odd rules & unhappy staff"
"Exceeded my expectations"
"Take this review with a "grain of sand""
"Happy every moment here!"
"Beware the wind and sloped sites"
"Beautiful RV park with a little drive to Zion"
"Clean, level sites, but a little far from national parks"
"Easy hike or drive to Bathhouse Row"
"Good potential, but falls short"
"Great beach access and fort. So, so campground."
"Came for the weather and can't wait to come back"
"Immaculate campground in the middle of nowhere"
"Interesting location, but poor layout"
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