With our senior discount, dog fee, and registration fee, no hookups, we paid $24. Hook-up sites are available. Some sites, right on the lake are an additional $10 premium fee. With our T-mobile coverage, we had no cell at all. However, with our...
This was our first visit here and our first visit to an Army Corps of Engineers Campground. We decided to get a spot with full hook-ups, EWS. The cost per night was $30, but with the senior access pass, it was $15. We didn't use the...
This seems to be a fairly popular camping area because of the nearby natural hotsprings (about .2 miles away. Dispersed camping. We were able to find a fairly level spot with our rig but larger rigs would find it challenging.
We camped here 1 night but we were disappointed that all the water had been turned off during the winter season. The dump station was also not available. However, there were pit toilets and trash/recycling bins. You can easily see the lake and Hwy...
We stayed here once before years ago and we were eager to try it again. Lots of interesting geology and hikes. Basic campground with a few pit toilets (scattered far apart.) Fire ring and picnic table. No shade; no water available that we could see.
When we arrived, the campground was practically deserted. Probably a combination of Covid, off-season, and low lake levels. At our campsite we had a wonderful view of the lake. Many paved spaces. There were pit toilets and water nearby. Amazing...
Free dispersed camping near Sedona, AZ. No services (pack out your trash, no toilet facilities, no water.) Roads are well-maintained, easy for larger vehicles to navigate. Beautiful, shaded area. Unfortunately, at the time of our visit, there was...
Rough road to get to this site, could be quite muddy in the rain. Our 25 ft Winnebago View was able to (barely) manage the road. Should be fine for class Bs or tent campers. No facilities or amenities. The only reason I wouldn't camp here again...
This "campground" is basically a large parking lot at a 4H event center. No picnic tables or fire rings. Good place to stop if you need water, electricity, and a dump station. This event center apparently has many equestrian events, so if you love...
Lots of room for campers here. Just a word of caution though.... While negotiating a turn onto the BLM land, we got stuck in sand (milepost 7.) Fortunately we were able to get out. We camped a bit further down the road. The nearby road sign said...
"County Park near Lake Solano and the town of Winters"
"Well maintained campground, spacious sites"
"Dispersed camping near hot springs"
"Lake view, easy access from Hwy 396. Good overnight stop if you don't need amenities."
"Easy access from Hwy 395. Cool geology."
"Spacious free sites, easy access- but with trash."
"Beautiful, remote area- but not for larger vehicles."
"Good place to overnight if you need water, electricity, and a dump station"
"Boondocking along Rt 66"
"One stop overnighter for all your RVing needs."
"Delightful Desert Desolation!"
"Beautiful and secluded!"
"Easy stop and great bbq nearby."
"Free camping, great views, a bit of a challenge reaching the campground"
"Forest camping at Union Valley Reservoir"
"Small, relatively quiet state park"