Reviewed RV parks are few in Tulsa, we were guided by another app to this little place. I'm still surprised when I'm greeted in such a friendly way, but this IS Kansas, and we were greeted like old friends. The woman who assigned us our space was...
This is a well-kept park, and yes, the sites are spacious. But you can stand at your site and see into everyone else's site (and they into yours). It's very family-oriented and weekends are busy. Sites are mostly level, with a table and fire ring....
This was just for an overnight, but it's a beautiful place to spend more time. Camp greeters are extremely friendly and helpful (even though I've been in the South for several months now, I still can't get used to being called "honey" by...
There are two camping loops, Dogwood and Magnolia. The Magnolia loop is closer to the on-site CCC Museum (interesting!), group camp, dump station, and hiking/biking trailheads, but the Dogwood loop sites seem to have a bit more foliage, hence...
You can’t beat the location of this RV resort – on the strip of land that makes up part of the Gulf Islands National Seashore. The park is on the bay side, and has its own private beach with comfy lounge chairs, umbrellas, and a beautiful view to...
This place looks great at first sight; the rental cabins, office, and lakeside playground look new, freshly painted, very clean, and well-maintained. Office staff were very welcoming. Once we drove to our assigned spot, though, it was a different...
This is a very small park (20 sites), about half of which are right on the water. Some pull-thrus, some back-ins, but the lakeside sites are set so that the side of your rig faces the water, rather than the back—great for sitting under your awning...
(The $15 price reflects the senior discount; regular price is $25)
The RV sites have level concrete pads, and electricity and water. Each has a picnic table and a bench overlooking the central pond. While the sites don’t have a lot of visual...
PROs: Nice level, grassy sites; sites are ringed around a big fishing pond, with grass and trees lending a relaxing feel to the place. There's also another huge fishing pond ringed with grass and trees to walk the dog around. We saw turtles,...
If you're driving along Hwy 82/27 in Louisiana, there aren't many places to stay. This is just a couple of miles from the east shore of the Cameron ferry. It's basically a parking lot with electricity and water, but it is right on the Gulf, and...
"Super-nice hosts, very clean, but a little old"
"Beautiful, but hidden fees"
"Good without being great"
"Great campground, 5 stars if it had cell service"
"Well kept, great amenities, excellent staff"
"A little slice of magic – except for dogs"
"Hospitality and dog-friendliness with full hookups"
"Quiet, away from crowds, excellent cell service"
"Great people, great retro trailers, views for days."
"Brand spankin' new, dog heaven"
"Good for overnight, pleasant surprise"
"Spacious, but busy and little privacy"
"Lovely little lakeside gem"
"Beautiful sites, lots to do"
"Beautifully maintained beachside resort"
"Trailer park in the true sense of the term"
"Pretty sites, but could use some updating"
"Quiet little forest oasis"
"Peaceful, well-kept, very relaxing."
"Just a parking lot, but friendly and a good location"
"No privacy, but the views are spectacular"
"Clean, private, well-run campground, watch out for wildlife"
"Nice & clean, but charge for WiFi and rules, rules, rules"
"Good for stocking up, great for dogs"
"It's boondocking, with a big price"
"Well-kept resort, lots of rules"
"Good location for exploring SLO and Morro Bay"
"If you read this, we'll have to kill you."
"Great location, well-kept park, though pricey"
"Friendly & clean, but no privacy"
"This place has seen better days"
"Strangely empty, but good for a stopover"
"Good for people, bad for dogs"
"Lots of privacy, small sites"
"Great place to stock up before 10 days' boondocking"
"Don't judge a book by its cover"
"Mosquitoes ruin everything!"
"Beautiful, well-maintained park"