On short notice, we needed a safe place to park our 5th wheel so my husband could make an unexpected trip back to the east coast. Yes, there's lots of BLM camping near Lake Havasu, but no place I felt comfortable being alone with no...
We arrived on Oct. 10 and left on the day the CG was closed for the season, Oct. 19. At this point in the season, only two loops were open for camping. Site 155 in the Gull Loop was long enough for our big rig and wide enough for our rig and Ford...
On Recreation.gov it appeared that we would have no problem getting our big rig into one of Bluebill's extra-long sites. Unfortunately the narrow campground road isn't wide enough to allow for the necessary jack knife of rig-truck AND our walk-up...
Small but nice park with back-in sites and pull throughs. We had a pull-through on the corner, which was super convenient for our 40' fifth wheel. Numerous trees. Most folks, like us, were doing a one night stop over (June 9, 2018). There aren't a...
Pelton Park is a nice, little park that offers swimming and boating or just a nice spot to hang out. BE SURE you arrive from Highway 26, to the north; as the other reviewer said, do not follow Google map's instructions that may bring you in from...
What can you add to 12 five-star review?! A few details that I wish I had had before we arrived:
This is National Forest land but the dispersed campground is managed by the utility company because the forebay is part of a low-impact...
Another great National Forest campground. Crane Prairie CG is one of the largest NF campgrounds in the Cascade Lakes area near Bend and it gets lots of use on summer weekends. Apparently the days of arriving on a Friday and having the CG to...
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Keno Camp, about 14 miles from Klamath Falls, was the perfect spot to spend a few days in preparation for heading to the Crater Lake area. We were able to stock up on groceries, fill propane tanks, do laundry and take hot showers. This is a small,...
We didn't stay. We planned to camp at FR-960 for several nights because of its close proximity to Glacier NP. We were able to squeeze our 40’ 5W into a spot but honestly, the prospect of spending any time at all there was really unappealing....
"Overflow camping to the rescue - No reservation needed"
"Rather plain camp ground, but excellent location."
"Small CG w/ excellent proximity to Horsfall Beach and Coos Bay, tight for big rigs"
"Perfectly fine for an overnight"
"Pelton Park packs a lot of amenities in a small, compact campground."
"Big rig friendly, safe, beautiful, fast Verizon"
"Big, busy campground with a friendly vibe"
"Lightly used, Big rig friendly, quiet"
"Ugly, fine black dirt that gets on everything"
"Broken Arrow CG – Close to Crater Lake NP, big rig friendly, spacious sites, hot showers and flush toilets"
"Big rig beach front camping"
"Small, pleasant rv park with a lovely riverwalk"
"Really appealing - serene, quiet, beautiful"
"RIGHT on the corner of Hiway 24 and College Road"
"Dispersed Camping - Classic Colorado Style"
"PERMIT required - don't attempt without 4WD"
"Just what we were hoping for - excellent riding and beautiful, private spot"
"A bit out of town, but wide open space with beautiful views and fast Verizon. "
"No water, otherwise, really nice for a rest stop. "
"Lots of trucks, very little room. "
"Charming area with beautiful views, lots of birdsong, and excellent restaurants."
"Older park. Quiet. Pretty typical site size. Easy I-65 access. "