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Rocky Point Campground Santa Rosa, NM
2088 days ago

RVWanderlust 3 reviews

"Not What We Pictured"

We stayed at New Mexico's Brantley Lake State Park a couple of years ago and had a good experience. We expected Santa Rosa Lake State Park to be similar. Unfortunately, it was not well-maintained. All the campgrounds were closed except Rocky... Read more

2088 days ago

RVWanderlust 3 reviews

"Free Overnight With View of Water"

We stayed at Seabee Park for one night, on our way from Austin to Caprock Canyons State Park. It worked well for a free overnight with no hookups. We arrived just before dusk on a Friday night, and I think we were the only people in the whole... Read more

Brick House Campground Whitmire, SC
2285 days ago

RVWanderlust 3 reviews

"What a Fabulous Find"

We did what every full-time RVer does: we didn't account for the holiday weekend. Had no idea where we were going to land tonight (Saturday of Labor Day weekend) or how hard it would be to find a spot. Arrived at Brick House campground, in Sumter... Read more
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Rocky Point Campground
Santa Rosa, NM
"Not What We Pictured"
"Free Overnight With View of Water"
Brick House Campground
Whitmire, SC
"What a Fabulous Find"
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