Woost2

684 days ago

Woost2 5 reviews

"Perfect stopover"

Picked Little Bay de Noc off the map because it was the right spot between points A and B of a long drive. Returned on the return trip because it was so pleasant. Lucked into the same Twin Springs lakeside spot both times as a walk in.

La Paz County Park Parker, AZ
1293 days ago

Woost2 5 reviews

"Shade for tents and small vehicles"

After weeks of camping around the southwest in a Prius with a dog, this place was a welcome respite. Deep shade is possible in the tent camping area and the cool soil footing a big relief for the dog. Who also enjoyed the river. Toilets very close... Read more

Yellowstone Lake State Park Blanchardville, WI
1485 days ago

Woost2 5 reviews

"Deep woods, lots of elbow room"

Big campground, mostly deeply wooded with a wide variety of sites. Including tent sites tucked back into the woods. Picnic tables and fire rings. Because it was so humid, I picked one that was high and pretty wide open and ended up getting a good... Read more

277 North Campground Del Rio, TX
1638 days ago

Woost2 5 reviews

"Dandy, with lake access"

Nothing fancy here but you can't beat the price. After weeks in Arizona and west Texas, the first glimpses of that beautiful lake were most restorative. Ahhh... Limited number of sites but plenty of room, each site with covered table. No other... Read more

1639 days ago

Woost2 5 reviews

"Sweet spot"

A very charming spot for tent campers. Individual spaces tucked around, often with rock walls, all with tables, grills and fire rings. 22 foot max for rigs. Close to trails and Tucson. There was some noise from the road which stopped at dark. The... Read more
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"Perfect stopover"
La Paz County Park
Parker, AZ
"Shade for tents and small vehicles"
Yellowstone Lake State Park
Blanchardville, WI
"Deep woods, lots of elbow room"
277 North Campground
Del Rio, TX
"Dandy, with lake access"
"Sweet spot"

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