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........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Downtown Sugarcreek Campground

  Very little information is available for this campground so we weren’t sure about what to expect. It’s nice – a large grassy area with picnic tables, restrooms, a dump station, and electricity and...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Bull Run Regional Park

   Most of the time when we visit Washington DC we take advantage of the great camping spot in my sister’s driveway but we often stop at Bull Run Park to dump our gray and black tanks. Since dumping...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Fort Frederick State Park

  We stopped here for the campground but there is also a reconstruction of a 1756 fort , a visitor center ,a very small CCC museum , and easy access to the C&O Canal Trail. The parking lot for the 23...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Buckaloons Recreation Area-Allegheny National Forest

  This is a nice little campground right off of US 6. Most of the sites in the larger loop have electricity. We stayed in the smaller non-electric site which is used primarily by tenters. The non-e...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Nickerson State Park

  Reservations are necessary in the summertime.( We lucked into a cancellation. ) There’s plenty of space between the sites but little underbrush so not much privacy. The actual vehicle parking are...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Fisherman's Corner Recreation Area COE

   This is a nice ,well maintained , little campground. It sits along the Mississippi but few of the sites have a good water view. The sites are fairly close together with no vegetation between the...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Rodgers Park County Campground

  The campground has three terraced levels so all the sites have a lake view. Amenities include restrooms with showers , electric hookups and a dump station.There’s also swimming and boating in the...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Douma Park Campground

  Douma Park is a little oasis of trees and water surrounded by corn fields. The ponds, which look like they may be gravel pits leftover from road building, are used for swimming ,fishing ,and electr...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Days of '76 Campground

  There’s not much to this campground. It’s a muddy parking lot with electric hookups but it’s also the best place to stay if you want to be close to Deadwood. Parking in Deadwood is very limited but...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Red Shale Campground

   This is a small , free forest campground , right off of US 212. The sites all have tables , fire rings and fairly level parking pads. Some are long enough for larger RVs.  Most of the campsites...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Coulee City Community Park

   It’s off season and this campground is empty but it must be a very busy place in the summer. It’s situated outside of little Coulee City near the dam of Banks Lake. Amenities include tent and full...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Douglas County Fairgrounds Campground

  Close proximately to I-5 makes this campground a convenient stopping spot but it also makes it a little noisy. Some of the sites are full hookup and pull through. All have water and electric. They’...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Brandy Creek RV Campground

  Whiskeytown National Recreation area has two small campgrounds near the lake. Both are tent only. RVers may camp but are relegated to spaces in parking lots –not very nice. It must get crowded and...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Pancho Villa State Park Campground and Museum

  During the Mexican revolution (1910- 1920 ) several different groups were fighting for control of the government. One of the revolutionaries, Pancho Villa, led his men across the border on March...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Las Vegas Bay Campground-Lake Mead NRA

  Some campgrounds are so nice that they deserve many repeat visits. We like this one for the beautiful scenery and quiet location. The sites are fairly close together but bushes and trees provide a...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Capitol Reef National Park

  Along with the beautiful scenery and unusual geology of Capitol Reef is the evidence of years of human inhabitation, from petroglyphs left by Freemont People, to orchards and buildings of a small M...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Natural Bridges National Monument

  A nine mile loop road has overlooks with short paved trails to good viewpoints of the three bridges. Hiking trails lead to the canyon and the base of each of the bridges. The visitor center and the...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Sand Island BLM Campground

   Sand Island is a great access point for running the San Juan River. The campground is small and, in good weather, may fill by late afternoon. Petroglyphs are visible along the canyon wall.   Non...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: McPhee Campground - San Juan NF

  Off season, from September to May, McPhee Campground is opened with no services, at a discounted rate . During the summer restrooms and a dump station are available. Most of the sites can be reserv...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Mesa Verde National Park

   Thousands of pueblo ruins are scattered across the four corners region of Colorado, New Mexico, Arizona and Utah, on top of the mesas, along the waterways and tucked into rock overhangs. Most of...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Almont NF Campground

  Ten primitive campsites are strung out along the Gunnison River. Five  are tent only. The other five are fairly small and RVs longer than 35 feet may have a problem in the turn around. The area is...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Amphitheatre NF Campground

  Located on the side of the mountain above Ouray, this campground is suitable for small RVs and tents. The entrance road is narrow with tight curves and restricted to RVs under 26’ and trailer/tow...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Indian Paintbrush Campground

  Bear Creek Lake Park is a large community park with a lot of activities – swimming, fishing and boating in the lakes, an archery range, a stable with guided horse rides, a golf course, hiking trail...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Olive Ridge Campground

  Some of the sites in this forest campground have fairly long parking pads but the sites are narrow and not very level. The campground roads have sharp bends. It would be difficult to navigate and p...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Watkins Woolen Mill State Historic Site

  Waltrus Watkins and his wife, Mary Ann, bought 600 acres of Missouri prairie land in 1839.  Over the next  41 years their holdings grew to 3,660 acres where they raised cattle, mules, sheep, horses...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Newport News City Park

   This is a great place to stay while visiting the historic sites around Williamsburg/Jamestown/Yorktown. It’s opened all year which is a big benefit for winter travelers. The sites have electric an...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Atalaya Castle at Huntington Beach State Park

   Anna and Archer  Huntington, who created Brookgreen Gardens as a public garden, kept a section of the property for a private, secluded residence and studio. They built a Moorish style house where...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Little Talbot Island State Park Campground

   This is a small campground with sites under a canopy of live oaks and palm trees. Some of the sites are large enough for almost any RV but the roads are narrow and the bends are tight. The park...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Faver-Dykes State Park

  The location of this small park, at the end of a 1 1/2 mile sandy road and a good distance from the Florida coast, makes it quiet and not super crowded so it’s possible to get a site during the wee...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Saddle Creek Campground

    While there is nothing really wrong with this campground, it remains a last choice for us. The campground is small and the sites are close together. Some of the sites are large enough for any RV....

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Alexander Springs Campground

   The two accessible sites in this campground are excellent with large, paved parking pads which extend under the tables and around the fire rings, grills and lantern posts. The tables have long ove...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Juniper Springs Campground

   This recreation area is one of the many places that benefited from President Roosevelt’s Civilian Conservation Corps program which provided jobs for unemployed young men during the 1930s. The CCC...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Brownville Park Campground

   With only 24 sites and a boat launch on the Peace River that is popular with canoeists, this park can be busy on the weekends. However during the week it’s almost empty and very quiet. Amenities i...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Highlands Hammock State Park Campground

Karen and TonyMarch 17, 2014 at 8:28 AMWe're a little fidgety - can't stay in one spot for a long time! :-DI really admire people who have a vision and follow through even when it's totally out of the...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Silver Springs Campground

  The campground is a large grassy field with picnic tables, fire rings and electric hookups. Most of the sites are not clearly marked although a few do have gravel parking pads. The ground is uneven...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Cook Forest State Park

  Cook Forest will always be a special place for me. Every year my mother and father would load up our old car, packing camping supplies high on the roof. More equipment was layered on the floor in t...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Nick's Lake Campground

   Mostly likely this campground is very busy in the summer season because it’s a short, easy drive from the tourist town of Old Forge but it was almost empty when we visited. None of the sites have...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Little River State Park

   We got a site in this very popular park without making reservations but that was probably because we asked about  accessible sites and one of the two happened to be available. We were given site 8...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Barkcamp State Park

  All of the campsites have electric hookups, paved parking pads and trees for shade. Water faucets are located at several places in each loop. A dump station is located near the entrance. There are...

........Rolling in a RV - Wheelchair Traveling......: Maywood Community RV Sites

  About six RV sites are located on the outer edge of this 55+ mobile home park. They’re back in with concrete pads, full hookups and picnic tables. Reservations by phone are necessary but we weren’t...

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