Picked this is a stopover, not sure what to expect. Lake is gone (dam breaches from Hurricane Matthew, but they are going to rebuild it this summer, so the lake will be back late in the year, the rangers say) but the park itself is nice - so many...
Typical Mass State park: no hookups, water available at specific locations (no sites), and no park rangers, just front office staff. Solar is pretty iffy because these sites are mostly truly shaded from sunlight; I had to break out the generator...
The park location is great: salt marsh, Merrimack River, Atlantic Ocean. Long flat beach to walk on at low tide.
And that's the best thing about this place. It is understaffed: on a saturday when the park was full up, there was one office...
Big park, but the sites are generously spaced apart with trees and bushes for privacy. The roads could use some new pavement, it was seriously bumpy to get around the backside in my rig; guess that helps keep people under the 5 mph speed...
Down narrow winding roads, past Wilbur Dam and next to the Appalachian Trail is one of the sweetest little campsites I've enjoyed, Wautaga Dam. A TVA site, it has a friendly camp host who does 2x daily garbage pickup from sites, and almost every...
This is mostly a long-term resident park, so the best spots are not open for weekly or nightly stays. I have to use earplugs to keep out the truck noise on Interstate 40 at night, it is crazy loud till 1AM or so. The sites are tightly spaced, so...
Scoped this out for a friend, and ended up staying here 3 nights myself while recovering from a long hot weekend in Tucson. This place goes the extra mile, even offering to back my trailer in when my remote control was on the fritz! And the front...
Stayed five nights here, my first experience with New Mexico State Parks, and it was great. The camp hosts met me as I was driving in, waiting for me to dump (needed it!) and then led me to my site with their golf cart! My site was HUGE, and had a...
Loved this park! Half-empty most of the week, although the water/electric sites fill up fast (half are walk-up, half are reservable). The views to the west across the desert are amazing, and the Sacramento mountains behind the camp are picturesque...
My friends raved about this place, and it is gorgeous scenery as well as being close to lots of stores and banks and stuff like that, although you'd never know it from inside the park. Loops A and B mostly have power and are pretty well spaced out...
"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!"