This campground is on National Forest land, but it's leased to Highway West Vacations management company, which owns and/or manages several RV resorts which have full hookups, cabins, restaurants, etc. The sites were fine, the amenities were...
Facilities are in need of some updating, but they were generally clean. Sites were pretty small. The beach is immediately adjacent to the campground and very accessible -- but it is out of view due to a large erosion control berm.
This place is big. Several rangers were working to get everyone checked in, they all seemed friendly and professional. There are a LOT of sites at this campground. All of them paved and flat and a bit boring. I did not find the trails and...
I had a beach-side campsite overlooking the Pacific, but without access down to the beach. The campsites on the non-beach side of the campground are totally different from those on the bluff, even though they're just 50 feet apart from one...
Large semi-paved parking lot, a couple of tiers to it, with the westernmost tier overlooking the water on a bluff. We tried for Kalaloch Campground proper but there wasn't any room at the inn so the ranger sent us here. A pretty great second...
Easily bikeable into downtown Victoria, and with a little more effort you can walk it along the West Bay Walking Path (bikes not allowed). The sites are all right next to each other, but that's to be expected in a park that's surrounded by water...
This is the only RV park that I could find that is accessible to Whistler town. There are beautiful nature trails for walking or biking that take you right into town and to the base of both mountains. It's a much shorter walk to the lake that...
Eagle Island Resort is on Lac des Roches, not Bridge Lake as this site might have you believe. It has a mix of RV sites and cabins. The bathrooms and showers were nice. The general store doesn't have much, and there is no restaurant on site or...
We stayed in the FF loop, which had electric hook ups and offered slightly more spread out sites. It's also closer to the Athabasca River and a great trail which leads into town (although it's pretty far). Elk herd hangs out in the campground...
"Very corporate RV Resort right on Odell Lake"
"Mediocre sites, slightly tired facilities, very nice beach"
"Wonderful ocean side campground with surprising diversity in sites"
"Pretty great for an overflow campground"
"The best urban RV resort"
"Excellent location -- everything else fine."
"Incredible. One of the best sites I've ever enjoyed."
"Very nice mix of convenience and beauty"
"Excellent base of operation right in town, but expectedly void of any character."
"Now called Boulder Mountain Resort, but whatever the name, the RV sites aren't great."
"Disappointing but not terrible!"
"In the shadow of Mt. Rainier"
"Convenient to Bend, but otherwise just OK."
"The best option in town."
"This is Glamping if there ever was such a thing."
"Very convenient to the dunes."
"Canadians are a friendly lot!"
"Decent but a bit disappointing."
"Wonderful location, individual campsites vary quite a bit"
"Convenient location, but super dry"
"So much better than nearby campgrounds!"
"Not as nice as Watchman, but it'll do!"
"Great location, mediocre campsites."
"The overflow lot is out of this world. Campground proper is just OK."
"Unlike any other California State Park"
"Nicer than most National Park campgrounds."
"A California coastal "go to" campground."
"It's hardly the wilderness, but it'll do!"
"Set up for a lot of groups. Mediocre at best. "
"The Big Horns are a mountain paradise. The Arrowhead is a fine way to experience them."
"A worthy and inexpensive alternative to The View Hotel."
"Most unique place I've ever camped! LOVED IT!"
"A soulless mediocrity -- but couldn't be much more convenient to the Grand Canyon!"
"Very nice but not my style."