1375 days ago
We spent the night here on our way South and it was the perfect place to stay. It's only about 20 minutes from 65 and was well worth the extra driving. It was peaceful and quiet, they had fresh water and a dump station for $10. They even had RV...
1377 days ago
We loved our stay here and spend a morning scouting out some boondocking spots before picking ours for the week:
31.514199, -110.703850 - Super easy to access off paved road on the right. Tight squeeze for a trailer, but a van or truck camper...
This was our first "RV Resort" and Thousand Trails experience and I have to say, I was disappointed. It's basically a huge RV park with a gate. The roads were narrow, the spots were tight, and the full timers there were very particular about their...
We spent the night here to watch the Marfa Lights. The mystery of the lights had us hooked and we had to see them for ourselves. We spent the evening watching the sunset and lights from our roof and it was incredible. You have a 360 degree...
We spent 8 nights here with friends. It's a solid RV park, but nothing special. The management is a bit particular and quirky. You have to sign a non-disparagement agreement when you check in AKA you're not allowed to write a bad review about...
This is an okay place to spend the night. You're right next to a truck route, so expect some headlights shining in your windows. The view when you wake up is amazing though (for a rest stop). You're surrounded by a field on one side and mountains...
We spent the night here mostly to stock up on water after a long travel day in preparation for boondocking on Harshaw Road.
The guy that runs the place is super nice and helped us back in the spot. And we definitely needed his help because the...
This was our first beach boondocking and it did not disappoint. Waking up to the ocean right outside your camper is an amazing feeling of relaxation (and a bit of anxiety the first few nights). It was easy to access and any rig should be fine in...
"Quiet place to spend the night, convenient to highway"
"Tight spots, no internet, winter construction/unreliable hookups"
"Easy to access, plenty of sites, incredible views, cute small town."
"Packed in like sardines, convenient to Harshaw Road boondocking, only place in town. Nice owner."
"Watch the Marfa Lights from your roof. Somewhat quiet."
"Somewhat quiet, beautiful views, wicked fast internet 📡"
"Tight spots, expensive, but convenient to San Marcos. Beautiful San Marcos river nearby. 40 minutes to Austin."
"Beachfront, free, and easy to access with any size rig"
"Convenient to downtown New Orleans, A+ showers"
"Close walk to the lagoon, tight sites, boardwalk made for relaxing evening strolls"
"Standard RV park, beautiful surroundings, convenient location"
"Picturesque river + hiking, although pretty far from downtown Nashville"
"Full hookups + close to downtown + streamside cheap primitive sites"
"Quiet + lots of hiking and firewood"
"Great views, quiet, HIGH elevation"
"Close to Petrified National Forest"
"360 degree views, close to Sedona"
"Beautiful sunrises, quiet, and close to Joshua Tree National Park"
"Beautiful, dog-friendly, wild"
"Solid RV park + great wifi"
"Great location, but a bit expensive."
To say we were excited about this location would be an understatement. Last year we visited High Island, TX to visit my cousin, and we found the area so charming. Being next to a pretty...
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