There are a number of what appear to be more-or-less level locations for RVs of all size. The site at which we stayed required only a small bit of leveling.
The views of the surrounding country are great. We didn't really notice much highway...
A reasonably pleasant spot for camping with others, or alone if you happen upon it and it's unoccupied. We stayed 3 days (2 nights) in September 2020. While we had planned it as a group camping trip with two other families we ended up being the...
We stayed here one night in July, 2020. It's just a few minutes outside of Taos if that's why you're in the area. The park is clean and the gravel sites are level. It's right next to the highway, but I don't recall being bothered by noise. (Of...
The elevation of this Forest Service campground is almost 9000 feet so it's a nice respite from the heat of summer. When we stayed in mid-August (2020) the Wasatch Front valley temperatures were right around 100 degrees but the temps at the...
A nice park in a very pleasant setting that is several miles from anywhere (which is nice, when that's what you want).
Our stay was during the COVID-19 time so the various park facilities were mostly closed. Mostly we just slept at the park...
We found ourselves scrambling to find a spot late on a Monday night after our original plans fell through. We got in after dark but had no problems getting set up.
The KOA seems nice with a number of large trees and clean facilities. We only...
Like many RV parks the sites are close together, but if you're stopping for the night based on location rather than amenities that's pretty much what you expect.
The site we had was a gravel pull through and mostly level. Hookups in the normal...
Note first that "Wild Iris" is how rock climbers refer to this area of limestone cliffs in the mountains south of Lander. It's likely that everyone else you see in the area will be there for the climbing.
That said, the lowest level of the...
After a misadventure initiated by trusting our Garmin 765 even when it started looking dubious we had a pleasant night's stay at the campground.
The sites were we stayed are fairly close together, but not atypical for a state park or Army Corps...
We stayed campground 1, site 20 which has a level, concrete pad (we didn't have to do anything at all and the trailer was perfectly level). Some other sites aren't level - this is noted on the site description when you make your reservation. Site...
"Good place for an overnight right off the road."
"A decent group campground next to a creek, but also next to a road."
"Nice park just outside of Taos."
"Nice campground in the high mountains for tent campers and small-to-medium size RVs"
"Nice park along the Nolichucky River."
"Nice KOA; probably a great place if you're visiting Six Flags."
"Great place for an RV if you're climbing at Wild Iris. Might be okay for a night passing through."
"Pleasant enough place to stay on a reservoir. Don't trust Garmin to get you there."
"Very pleasant place to stay. Apparently popular with families."
"Great park along the lake. Only 10 minutes or so from the interstate."
"Great place to stay near Johnson City. Tent campers and small RVs only."
"Great park by a pleasant lake. Hopefully we'll stay here again with time for canoeing."
"Great place for overnight stays on Highway 36."
"A fine place for spending the night."
"Pleasant location but expect company."
"Pleasant state park campground. Close to Cody (15 minutes or so). Nice views."
"Lovely, dispersed camping area just a couple of miles from highway 24."