This Zion campground might not be the best or most private I have ever experienced but the honor of being in one of the most magical locations on earth makes up for the crowded conditions.
Zion is a super popular park and the campgrounds seem...
The cute sites here in the Islands in the Sky section of Canyonlands are great for tent campers and smaller rigs. The sites are nicely spaced and offer some privacy with junipers and shelters. Nearby hikes are spectacular. A beautiful place to camp!
This primitive campground is the last one on the 570 along the Rio Grande. It's tucked back into the canyon on the dirt road extension of 570 and the sites are mostly surrounded by brush. It's a bit unclear which pullouts are sites and which are...
At first glance this campground looks a bit exposed and not very private. But each of the 4 campsites has its own enormous shelter with picnic table, almost like a little house. You can set up your tent inside on the concrete or outside with river...
First of all, this campground is NOT FREE. Best to know this in advance as many resources claim different prices or free. You need a valid and current Colorado Parks & Wildlife SWA annual access permit ($36), CO fishing license (approx $96) or CO...
This campground is just lovely, situated amongst the trees. I arrived on a Sunday and had a good choice of sites so I picked one with no neighbors, trees around for privacy and a gorgeous view onto a meadow with rocks behind.
This campground has a lot of pluses. Lake views, cheap price, flush toilets, warm showers, shelters, access to Santa Fe and Kasha-Katuwe. However, my stay here was not ideal. It was extremely noisy due to the a-holes surrounding me who ran their...
This campground is convenient to Taos, and very pretty but also very close to the road. Some of the sites are also quite close together. I dont think it is suitable for any size of RV bigger than a Class B+ as there are really small parking spots...
This private campground is behind a gate on the Ojo Caliente Hot Springs property. There are sites for tents and RVs as well as rental trailers that are currently still under construction but look like they will be cool. There is a restroom...
I stayed several nights at this campground in springtime. It was filled with lovely, friendly folks - full time RVers and vacationing roadtrippers. I chose it because it was close-ish to White Sands NM, but because of the military base you need to...
"Lucky to stay in such an amazing park"
"Beautiful sites in gorgeous park"
"Tucked back into the canyon"
"River views and huge shelter"
"Spacious sites with great views"
"Beautiful campground & amazing park"
"Lawnmower Convention (aka generators suck)"
"Close to Taos, sites along creek (and road)"
"Private Campground on the Hot Springs Property"
"Lovely Campground w Friendly Folks"
"My stuff got stolen but the pacific is beautiful "
"Glorious Sunrise & sunset "
"Lovely park close to Portland "
"Ginormous campground empty in December "
"Amazing hiking, great campground "
"Wooded sites, beautiful coastline"
"Surroundings interesting, campground a bit barren"
"Heaven! but always full"
"Just one night but look forward to next time"