John and Pam

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10/5/2014

Sunset RV Cottondale, AL
1069 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"An okay place for a visit to Tuscaloosa"

This park is actually called Sunset RV Park and has three parts. Sunset East and Sunset West are just .3 of a mile off I - 20 and on opposite sides of the road. The third section is 1.6 miles from the Sunset section. Sunset West is rather tight... Read more

Wichita Bend RV Park Wichita Falls, TX
1073 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"Perfect stop for a quick overnight"

This park is actually a city park with a small RV camping area. There are 28 sites with W/E and 14 of those have both 30 and 50 amp. Most of the sites are pull through but there is a row of back ins with big shade trees. Sites are concrete pads... Read more

Oasis RV Resort Amarillo, TX
1074 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"What a pleasant surprise!"

We had looked at the park on Google satellite, but we were very pleasantly surprised by what a beautiful park it was. I am not sure what reviewers who gave it less than five stars were seeing. The sites are huge, concrete pads with blacktop... Read more

Shady Pines RV Park Texarkana, TX
1074 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"Perfect overnight stop"

Other than the permanent people around the outside, the park was empty except for us in the center pull through site. Nice concrete sites with grass strip in between and FHUs. Most pads were level but a couple had a slight rise. Site is only... Read more

Twentynine Palms Resort Twentynine Palms, CA
1266 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"Convenient park for seeing Joshua Tree"

This is an interesting park. It sounds like it should be more than it is. Our first impression was a tired park. Sites are fairly tight with back-ins having bushes along the sides so you are packed in and pull through sites have a car width... Read more

Mirage RV Resort Bullhead City, AZ
1278 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"Convenient park for seeing the area"

Our rate reflects a week stay. The four stars are for the site we stayed in. Most sites are back in but there is a row of pull through. Roads are paved but narrow and sites are gravel and some have a concrete patio. About 95 % of the park are... Read more

Klamath Falls Fairgrounds Klamath Falls, OR
1329 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"A great place for a short visit to Crater Lake with FHU's"

We were looking for a decent place to stay two nights so we could make a visit to Crater Lake, have open sky for the satellite, and FHU's. This fit our needs. There was only one other unit there our first night. It would be a little crowded if... Read more

1331 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"A nice place to stay if visiting area"

This is a very popular park and for both our stays getting reservations wasn't easy. There are a lot of permanent units in the back section and around the outside. The center area is for short stays. The office personnel are very nice and... Read more

Susanville RV Park Susanville, CA
1331 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"A good stop for a short stay"

This is a decent park with concrete sites and separate area for car. Nice spacing, we never felt crowded and had a green space between. Good electric, water, and sewer. The town has the necessary stores including a Starbucks across the street,... Read more

Columbia River RV Park Portland, OR
1356 days ago

John and Pam 95 reviews

"For those wanting to watch airplanes, this is perfect!"

We've had several friends stay here while visiting Portland so we followed. We ended up not having a pleasant experience. We were in the worst section of the park. Most of the sites are very adequate with some grassy area between sites. The... Read more
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Cedar Breaks RV Park
Cedar City, UT
"Quiet place to visit a couple parks"
J&J RV Park
Kanab, UT
"Most open park in town"
West View RV Resort
Dolores, CO
"Our kind of park and only two years old!"
"The perfect park!"
Settle Inn RV Park
Pawhuska, OK
"The perfect park for visiting Pawhuska"
RV Express 66
Marshfield, MO
"A park designed for the short stay"
"Very nice, quiet family owned campground"
"Convenient for a one night stop over"
Sunset RV
Cottondale, AL
"An okay place for a visit to Tuscaloosa"
Wichita Bend RV Park
Wichita Falls, TX
"Perfect stop for a quick overnight"
Oasis RV Resort
Amarillo, TX
"What a pleasant surprise!"
Shady Pines RV Park
Texarkana, TX
"Perfect overnight stop"
Twentynine Palms Resort
Twentynine Palms, CA
"Convenient park for seeing Joshua Tree"
Mirage RV Resort
Bullhead City, AZ
"Convenient park for seeing the area"
Klamath Falls Fairgrounds
Klamath Falls, OR
"A great place for a short visit to Crater Lake with FHU's"
"A nice place to stay if visiting area"
Susanville RV Park
Susanville, CA
"A good stop for a short stay"
Columbia River RV Park
Portland, OR
"For those wanting to watch airplanes, this is perfect!"
Woahink Lake RV Resort
Florence, OR
"A nice location for visiting the coast"
Premier RV Resort
Coburg, OR
"A perfect overnight for Cummins service"
"Just across the dunes to the beach!"
"The perfect place to stay to visit Forks!"
"A convenient location for visiting Sequim"
Elwha Dam RV Park
Port Angeles, WA
"Great place to visit main sections of Olympic NP"
"The perfect place to stay to visit two parts of John Day Fossil Beds NM"
"Small RV Park convenient for an overnight"
Ambassador RV Resort
Caldwell, ID
"Beautiful park west of Boise"
Twin Falls 93 RV Park
Twin Falls, ID
"Not very convenient for passing through"
Bar S RV Park
Milan, NM
"A nice stop to visit the two National Monuments"
OK RV Park
Holbrook, AZ
"No frills park"
"Camping, hiking, and bouldering"
"A convenient park for visiting Carlsbad Caverns with FHUs"
Fort Stockton RV Park
Fort Stockton, TX
"Perfect stop for the night while moving across I-10"
"Very nice park for overnight traveling on I-10"
"Small quiet park for visiting the Gulf Shore"
Holiday Cove RV Resort
Bradenton, FL
"Only 3/4 mile from the edge of the beautiful Gulf!"
"A hidden gem for the golfer/RVer!"
"A convenient stop if traveling further south in Florida"
Mylan Park RV Campsites
Morgantown, WV
"The perfect stop to visit Morgantown and WVU!"
Spring Valley Campground
Cambridge, OH
"A very well maintained park and convenient stop along I-70"
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Hueco Tanks, TX

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Ancient Bristlecone Pine Forest

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A Bit of Golf and Rock Scrambling

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Hiking to Parker Lake and Some Hot Water

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Arriving at Mono Lake, CA

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Arriving at Mono Lake, CA

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Hiking Near Carson City

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Hiking and Biking in Park City

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Welcome to Park City

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A Short Visit to Eastern Nebraska - Lincoln and Omaha

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The Quad Cities

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Back on the Road - A Stop in Louisville

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A Visit to Oklahoma City

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A Brief Visit to Wichita, KA

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Seeing the Sights in the Denver Area

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Hiking Capitol Gorge in Capitol Reef NP

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Cohab Canyon Trail - Capitol Reef NP

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Meeks Mesa Hike

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Frying Pan Trail to the Cassidy Arch - Capitol Reef NP

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Corona Arch - Moab

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Junction Ruins Hike

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Moon House Ruins Hike - Bluff, UT

Bluff, UT Sunday was our last full day in southeastern Utah, so we decided to visit one more Puebloan ruins site.  Our tour guide, that nimble hiker, had read somewhere about a site called the M...

Back to Utah - Pioneers and Ruins

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Hiking in Prescott

Prescott, AZ In our last couple of blogs we were hiking around and kayaking on Watson Lake in the rocks of Granite Dells.  Across Rte. 89, which runs right through Granite Dells, there is anothe...

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