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Holiday RV Park Pismo Beach, CA
671 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Great location"

Nothing fancy. Sites are small. But you’re walking distance to the beach and downtown Pismo.

Santa Cruz-Monterey Bay KOA Watsonville, CA
848 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Location, location, location...but you pay for it"

Fairly large, spaced out sites for a KOA. During the day, the park can feel pretty hectic with a ton of kids basically playing in the roads, riding bikes, etc. Our first night, the park was quiet. The second night, it was louder, but still not too... Read more

Mono Vista RV Park Lee Vining, CA
884 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Quiet, clean, and shady"

First time here, and we would definitely stay here again. The park is quiet, clean, well taken care of, and shady and grassy. This is an awesome area to explore, and Mono Vista provides a great centralized jumping off point. Heads up: this place... Read more

1674 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"RV camping in Vegas"

It's quiet and clean, and feels safe. The sites aren't anything to write home about, but it's a decent place to stay in Vegas. We've stayed at both the Circus Circus RV park and the Sam's Town KOA a couple of time, and I gotta say, the Sam's Town... Read more

1674 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"A national park with no crowds?!"

Best campsite we've ever stayed at! I almost want to give Baker Creek CG a bad review so that I can keep this secret to myself, but I just can't say anything bad about this place, other than if you don't like turkeys, then this isn't the... Read more

1674 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Hidden Gem in Nevada"

We stopped here for a couple of nights to break up the drive from Las Vegas to Great Basin National Park. Cathedral Gorge is a great state park, with nice spacious campsites. There's not a ton of privacy, but the sites are spaced out fairly well.... Read more

SacWest RV Park & Campground West Sacramento, CA
1728 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"OK for a one night stay"

The gravel pads are small and there is zero privacy. This is a blinds down at all times kind of place. The I-80 runs right past the RV park, and the traffic noise is pretty bad. The park is kept clean, and they provide most of the amenities,... Read more

1753 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Best of BLM Camping"

What can I say about Alabama Hills that hasn't already been said a million times? This is a dry camper's dream. The spots are private and well spaced. The views are amazing. There's a reason this place is so popular. No amenities, of course, but... Read more

Texas Springs Campground Death Valley, CA
1753 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"National Park Camping"

The best thing about this campground is it's location. It's right in the middle of the Furnace Creek area, putting you in a pretty central location for exploring Death Valley. The sites are open, and there's not much privacy, but it's Death... Read more

1753 days ago

bekka 11 reviews

"Hidden Gem"

We loved Ricardo Campground! It's like a less crowded Joshua Tree. There are water spigots located throughout the campground, as well as a water fill station in the visitor center parking lot. There's also a dump station in the parking lot. All... Read more
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Holiday RV Park
Pismo Beach, CA
"Great location"
Santa Cruz-Monterey Bay KOA
Watsonville, CA
"Location, location, location...but you pay for it"
Mono Vista RV Park
Lee Vining, CA
"Quiet, clean, and shady"
"RV camping in Vegas"
"A national park with no crowds?!"
"Hidden Gem in Nevada"
SacWest RV Park & Campground
West Sacramento, CA
"OK for a one night stay"
"Best of BLM Camping"
Texas Springs Campground
Death Valley, CA
"National Park Camping"
"Hidden Gem"
"Great central location to explore the eastern Sierras. "
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