We ended up here because Coachnet got us towed by the RV Park owner Lyle (who also owns a tow truck company, a garage, a motel, a taxi company, a movie theater and a church where he is the preacher - all on the premises). Lyle has a good heart,...
Huge multi-leveled sites by the lake with water and electricity for $24! Wow! Those Army Corps campgrounds are just amazing! The mountain bike trails were fast and flowy too. The only downside of this place is that it is only open from May 1st to...
This place is great during the week or the off-season. The sites are huge and well spaced-out. The showers were old and moldy (but hey, I just take off my glasses and forget about it, the water was warm!). The only complaint was that their old 30...
We spent a whole month here (for 845$) and loved our stay. It was the shoulder season (March-April), so it was pretty quiet on the marina front. However, since our site (and all the sites 1 to 11) back up on the marina parking lot, it can be quite...
We loved our stay here! The proximity of the ocean and the bald eagles everywhere made it pretty special. The air smells of the ocean and you can go on long walks on the beach everyday. It is a pretty windy area however. The campground is very...
Camping for 10$ by the ocean along the idyllic Juan de Fuca Strait?? Yes, please! There is 3 km of cobble beach, fabulous views of the Olympic Peninsula, and trails through coastal forest and Sandcut Beach. Do not miss the 2 km hike to Mystic...
There are some really cute sites along the lake if you are lucky to snatch one! We continued a little further on the road and finally found an empty one (with lots of trash, but we cleaned it up and set up camp)... but soon discovered how crazy...
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Stopped here on our way south to check out the new bike trails. In the first 30 minutes, our dog had brought back a used condom, got into a fight with a tarantula, found a fresh deer skull and collected cacti on his tummy and paws. The bike trails...
This is a big dirt lot with designated spaces (separated by long metal tubes). The spaces are not levelled, but the area is nice and quiet (we were alone). However, it got very muddy and slippery after the rain. Our dog had hard mud stuck in his...
After checking the nearby Shell Mountain BLM and finding it full (not surprising on a Saturday night), we decided to take our chances and drove there. We arrived just before dark to find many sites available.
This place used to be a State Park...
"Poolside church service and a whole lot of weirdness"
"Gorgeous sites by the lake and 9 miles of moutain biking/hiking trails"
"Huge sites, loud weekend crowd, bad 30 amp and old showers"
"Exceptional campground on a peninsula"
"A very well-maintained little campground 200 meters from the ocean"
"Stunning oceanfront site! And you can connect to your US Verizon!"
"Quiet, windy, some trash"
"Peanut butter mud when it rains "
"FREE 30/50 AMP in a gorgeous setting!"
"NOT big rig friendly even through 32B..."
"Family-friendly and laid back atmosphere"
"Good place to leave the rig to explore Hole-in-the-Rock Road"
"Beautiful quiet spot away from the crowds"
"Road too rough for big rig"
"Perfect stop for a night"
"Beautiful views, great campsites with great signal at a very cheap price!"
"One of our favorite free campground!"
"Right by two hot springs with a 360 degree view of the sierras!"
"Not open during the off season anymore"
"Beautiful campground on a peninsula!"
"Just a regular Walmart Parking Lot"
"Beautiful, secluded and easy to access"
"Gorgeous falls, small sites, beware of access!"
"Noisy, but practical so close to Portland"
"Only 3G signal and site reserved was too small, but pretty!"
"$40 for ocean front sites now"
"NOT FREE, you need a Discovery Pass, LOTS of horses"
"Oceanside sites for $15/night? Yes, please!"
"A truly whimsical place!"
"A good plan B for Neah Bay"
"Large quiet parking lot, 24 hours max"