We stopped here for one night as a layover when crossing Texas and were pleased with our decision. It was easy to make our reservation, easy to get to the park from the highway, easy to check in, and easy to get parked. Our site was gravel and...
What we liked: utilities (water + electric) worked fine, bath facilities were clean and functionally designed (four private toilet/shower rooms), laundry was handy and reasonably priced, and the location was great. It was easy to get into the park...
Our full hook up site was a steal for $25/night, especially since it included cable TV! With the Texas State Park pass we received 50% off one night of our stay, making it an even better deal. Our site was enormous, reasonably level, and had a...
We really loved the spacing of the sites in the Cactus Patch loop, which are large pull throughs, and we particularly liked our end site in spot #19. We had functional utilities (water + 30 A) and unobstructed views of spectacular sunsets to the...
As an RVer, I just can't give more than three stars to what is clearly the worst national park "campground" we have ever experienced. The RV camping spots are literally just longer striped areas within the asphalt parking lot for the main...
The campground is located on the sloping foothills of the Sacramento Range, and the slope means that virtually all sites have outstanding views across the Tularosa Valley. We loved site #4, which despite being on the inside of the loop offered...
The good: There are many different campgrounds within Elephant Butte SP and the views of the lake from Lions Beach are the best, outside of camping on the beach itself. It was fun to see all kinds of boats out on the lake. Sites were clean and...
For $5 per night, this campground has it all -- many large sites that can fit big rigs, hiking trails right off the campground, plenty of fresh water spigots, and enough foliage to provide privacy without interfering with solar power generation....
We liked that this park is very well laid out, with lots of space between sites, and the amenities (bathhouses, laundry, dog park, pool) are immaculate. In this desert environment there is little landscaping but we appreciated the smattering of...
This ACOE campground is ideally situated for visiting Kasha-Katuwe Tent Rocks and is not terribly far from Santa Fe, though other activities in the area are limited. Sites are nicely spaced out with views across the lake and the surrounding...
"Convenient with friendly people"
"Clean and felt safe, but rough around the edges"
"Bargain price for FHU sites, excellent hiking, interesting activities nearby"
"Quiet, well-spaced sites with lovely views of surrounding desert and mountains"
"It's a parking lot, but the parks are great"
"Views for miles, great hiking and sunsets, and nice facilities"
"Nice lake views, but campsites too close and bathouse too far away"
"Clean, quiet, affordable, and perfectly situated for visiting the VLA"
"Meticulously maintained park with very large sites"
"Buffalo Grove Loop ideal for big rigs"
"Very tricky for larger rigs"
"Best option for big rigs visiting Bandelier"
"Friendly people, good location, typical RV park setting"
"Gorgeous lakefront camping at only $10/night"
"Multitude of recreational options"
"Come for the canyon, stay for the incredible night sky"
"Location, Location, Location"
"Not up to normal standards of CO state parks"
"Five stars without the flies and gunfire"
"Entry OK, road impossibly rutted in July 2019"
"Ideal base for exploring western Rocky Mountain NP"
"One of the better national park campgrounds we've encountered"
"Hiker's delight, with great camping amenities"
"Being brought back into service after a dormant period, still needs work"
"Quiet weekend fishing destination"
"Enormous sites, quiet forest setting, and close proximity to town and great trails"
"Clean, well maintained, very convenient to town services"
"Nicely maintained private park in quiet small town"
"Completely acceptable private RV park near Moab"
"Remote camping but with electricity and great cell service"
"Green oasis surrounded by stunning scenery and hiking"
"Colorful rock views, great hiking, and outstanding amenities – just no cell service"
"The place to camp in Zion"
"Well maintained campground in the heart of red rocks"
"Well-maintained and quiet"
"Five stars if NPS repaves"
"Convenient desert camping for seeing NE Arizona"
"Ideal combination of back country access and proximity to town"
"Lovely desert camping suitable for a short stop"