With reservations booked for our Classic Airstream, we pulled into Dakota Ridge RV and backed into assigned site B1 only to find TWO sewer connectors for site B2 right at our stairs. It appears this site should be used for B van or a rig that...
Disappointed. While the park is brand new it's lacking in greenery; located directly under high power wires with a substation just across the street and has zero charm; sites are very close. I would also say this is a stretch to say it's 'in' Cody...
The Bad: Unfortunately from viewing the photos we were expecting a completely different experience and therefore disappointed. Rather than a campground, DWS is parking for 11 permanent trailers as evidenced by the large 'blue boys' the trailers...
We pulled into Dreany Haven early evening as we crossed the Trans Canada Highway. This is for all purposes a 'seasonal' park with a hodge podge of everything imaginable, and two transient sites with water/electric only. The two sites are 'buddy'...
PROS: First timers here in Key West and you will not find a closer FULL SERVICE RV resort to Key West. Boyd's is at Mile Marker 5 which puts you about 3 miles from the heart of Old Town KW/Duval Street. (Note: Leo's Campground is a couple blocks...
Hosts are welcoming and the park is spotless. Ingress right hand turn (only) into park is about 120 deg. Sites on the snug side, but doable for a few nights. Close to many amenities but next to very busy road. Be sure to stay away from the...
We know campgrounds and this is not one. Unfortunately, with local campgrounds closed due to recent fires (Sugar Pine Point, Tahoe Donner) this is sadly the only game in town. Tahoe residents for many years, we had heard a new owner took over a...
This is a great place to pull in and unwind for the evening. We found spacious grassy sites that border a secondary airport completed by the Corp of Engineers just one year after Pearl Harbor and used for B-17 training. It was entertaining to...
Looking for a little peace? Head straight to the G Loop in the back of the park. Have littles along? There is a great playground, simply choose your site in the loop which backs to the playground. On a bike tour? Yep, there's a loop for tents...
McKenzie Bridge Campground is one of those timeless campgrounds great for a night or two. After we pulled in our site was 40 steps to the fast-running McKenzie River, an angler's delight. Vaulted toilets clean as was every campsite (20 total)....
"Parking lot with hook ups"
"Potential, but not there."
"Love the tropical Key West Vibe!"
"Loved this small town experience!"
"Felt like our own private campground with river access!"
"Unplug, unwind, relax...no service"
"Tale of Two Campgrounds"
"Crown Villa has lost some of it's shine"
"You'll get to know your neighbors whether you wish to or not."
"Small, peaceful, green."
"Beautiful, but bring an umbrella!"
"Great location to visit Shiloh Battlefield"
"Great boondocks location!"
"I came for the history!"
"Don't let the name cast an incorrect vision in your mind!"
"Great stop to stock up, clean up and hot tub!"
"National forest campgrounds are the best!"
"Not a peaceful experience but this was site related"
"Lucky you if you grab a lake front site!"
"On Golden Pond experience"
"Such a sweet 'accidental' find"
"Sorry, Cali....not a fan"
"Vintage memories with sunshine, a great lodge and shimmering lake!"
"Jasper National Park and Whistler Campground....you're ahhhhmazing!"
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