Molly Stark State Park, just outside of Wilmington, Vermont, was our first Vermont State Park. At only 148 acres, it is smallish. What I'd call a pocket park. But what it lacks in acreage, it makes up for in quality of sites and amenities....
We spent a nice couple of days camping along the Ashuelot River at the Ashuelot River Campground. Our site was relatively private (many of the sites are nicely spaced out) and set in the pines on the back side of the campground.
Killens Pond State Park in Felton, Delaware has a nicely wooded campground located on Killens Pond. The campground offers electricity and water hookups and a dump station. The pads are packed dirt. We stayed one evening, cooked outside and enjoyed...
Pettigrew State Park in Creswell, North Carolina has a small, primitive (no water, electric, dump and the RV sites are dirt) campground located on Lake Phelps.
While the sites sit among old growth forest, it was a warm and humid summer day when...
We have been camped in Assateague Island National Seashore campgrounds for going on three days now.
"Assateague Island, famed for its wild horses, lies off the Delmarva Peninsula on the Atlantic Coast. This barrier island is a constantly...
This was our second time at Cahokia. The first time was during our "shake down" for our new van. Our dealer paid for us to stay at Cahokia for a couple of days while we became familiar with the workings of the RV. At that point, we had nothing...
We've been living in our van for just over 8 months. We've been full-time travelers for just over 6 months.
Our travel "style" have evolved over this time and includes a variety ways to stay the night. We use a place like Harbortown RV Resort...
After lunch yesterday, we decided to check out Tanglewood Park just outside Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It seemed like a good idea on a rainy day with no let up in the precip in the forecast.
To say the 1000+ acre park is beautiful is...
Bandits Roost campground is (yet another) stellar Army Corp of Engineers campground.
We stayed here for two nights on our way to Winston-Salem. Arriving early, we were graciously checked in only to find our reserved campsite occupied. No...
The Lazy J Campground is located about 8 miles outside of Brevard, North Carolina on the North Fork of the French Broad River. It's an older campground with a number of full-time residents who have spots they use (mostly) during the summer months....
"Small quiet Vermont State Park"
"Nice quiet place to camp in the pines along the Ashuelot River"
"Nice overnight spot on a pond"
"Primitive Campground on a beautiful lake"
"Three Great Days on the Beach"
"Location, location, location"
"Nice Stop on the way somewhere"
"Real gem of a park outside Winston-Salem"
"Very nice campsite on Yadkin River"
"Older Campground that's in need of some TLC"
"Quiet Older Campground on Cub Lake"
"Convenient one night stopover "
"Conveniently located for El Paso, Texas stay"
"Proximity to the San Antonio RiverWalk makes this a great location "
"Good stop over spot between destinations"
"Free Camping during Trump's Government Shutdown"
"Practical Parking Lot with Amenities "
"Is it redundant to keep saying the Army Corp of Engineers knows camping?"
"Great Corp of Engineers Park on the Alabama River"
"Shake down stay after picking up our new van"
"Very nice COE park on the Warrior River"