This is a basic RV parking lot, where they are trying to stack as many rigs in as they can. So expect to be able to hear all of your neighbor's outside conversations, and be prepared to have kids walk/run through your site all the time. I had 10...
I almost hate to share this place, but two people told me I had to go there, so I'll pass along that favor and say "you have to go here" because it's simply one of the most breath-taking places I've ever hiked.
Tiny campground, nothing bigger...
Of all the Oregon State Parks, this is the one I love the most. I spent almost 3 weeks in two visits here simply because the beaches here are amazingly beautiful to photograph and to walk on. Lots of agates to hunt for, too! There are a lot of...
Good sites, all in a row, decent separation. What really makes this place special is the beach: a short walk from the campsites, and a long stretch of beach with good shell hunting and lovely sunsets. Traffic from the nearby road is sometimes...
This is a long ways to go for a one-night stand so plan to stay awhile, and it will be worth it. A small campground on the Gulf Coast, almost on the border of TX and LA, and you get to drive through a lot of oil refineries in Port Arthur to get...
It's all dry camping here, but the sun makes solar work well and I never busted out my generator the week I was here, despite some big storms moving through. The beach is endless and was relatively uncrowded because it was the first week of the...
Camped in A loop, where the outside is mostly for tents, and inside of the loop is for RVs and trailers. Was right next to the vault toilets and showers, but they are very clean and no smell. Small sites was OK for my little trailer and SUV, but...
Apparently this park has new owners, but they have a long ways to go to make a proper RV park. The "beachfront" sites were literally sand, with glass (barely missed my tire!) and no picnic tables or fire pits or, well, anything. No bathroom in...
This is better than Skidaway if you want to kayak or fish or other water activities; it has a great boat launch and floating dock area, and most people seemed to be here for the water. The hiking trail was small (nature trail) and other than that,...
This was a cool little dry camping place, a mile down a pretty bumpy dirt road. 15 spots, so not huge and if you have a big rig, you'll want to check campsite lengths carefully as some spots are smaller than others. There's a hiking trail right...
"Cool place, great trails, small sites"
"Great base for exploring the area beaches"
"Small campgrond tucked between road and beach"
"Worth the drive for the view"
"Best beach, decent facilities"
"Dry camping but the beach is worth it"
"Next to Ocracoke Ferry is main selling point"
"Nice park for water sports, but not much hiking"
"Big spaces, private, wonderful woods"
"Quiet, big sites, not crowded together"
"Pretty primitive, but quiet and well-spaced sites"
"Overcrowded, no rangers, minimal park staff"
"Beautiful, quiet, clean park "
"Quiet, beautiful waterside camping"
"Parking lot that sounds like you're staying on I-40"
"Nice RV park in town, great staff"
"Peaceful place, large sites, nice hikes"
"Quiet, beautiful views, close to supplies"
"Loops A and B are good, Ringtail is not."
"Beautiful open space with great desert views"
"Crowded but the beach is great"
"RV hookup spots have all the view"
"Bad roads, unlevel sites, broken dump station"
"Crowded sites, no rangers to enforce the rules"
"Small sites, little privacy, not much beach"
"Great trails, but otherwise an urban park"
"Right under the SeaTac Airport flight path"
"Close to beach, close to Walmart"
"Lovely place, well maintained"
"All the beaches you'll ever want!"