This is our favorite place to stay in New Orleans. It's 30 minutes from the French Quarter and $20 a night. It's convenient to our favorite neighborhoods (Garden District, French Quarter, and the Marigny).
As far as accommodations, it's great....
We enjoyed our stay here. The sites are a tight squeeze, but we had room to take our our slide, so we can't complain too much. There's a boardwalk that takes you to the beach, but it's not a typical Florida ocean beach. Don't plan on doing much...
This is a great place to stay near Seaside and Destin, FL. It's pricey ($40/night) and crowded, but it's right next to the bay and bayou and is a gorgeous place to take a walk. They offer kayak and canoe rentals. It's 15 minutes from a Publix and...
Defeated Creek Campground is our favorite place to stay in Nashville, although it's a bit of a drive to get downtown (1 hour+). You're set on a lake (technically a river), have water and electricity and sometimes full hookups. The price is right....
This is a comfortable national park campground. There are actually full hookup sites! This is the most "RV park" feeling national park campground we've ever stayed in. And it's a great location. 3 minute drive to Bathhouse Row, or a 1.5 mile hike...
Boondocking here was a great experience. There are flush toilets a short walk away. There's some great hikes near the Little Swan Creek that are dog friendly. There is plenty of hardwood firewood around, leftover standing deadwood from forest...
This is one of our new favorite spots. The views were simply amazing. We had a 360 degree view of the nearby cliffs and mountains. We saw a handful of hot air balloons in the distance a few of the mornings.
The dirt roads are quite busy with...
This BLM campground is solid. There are pull-through spots mostly, with a couple back-ins. There are 10 spots total. We didn't have a problem fitting our 28' fifth wheel and truck in, and anything bigger would be able to find a spot or two to fit...
This is basically a parking lot with some picnic benches. No fancy view or anything, but it's free and right next to the entrance to the Petrified Forest National Park. There aren't any facilities. No water, no electric, no bathrooms.
This boondocking spot had some stellar sunsets over the mountains to the west.
When we arrived on Saturday night, it was quite crowded. Headlights, motorcycles and tenters everywhere. On Sunday though, everyone picked up and left and it was...
"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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