Even though we stayed a week here in march (good weather!) we didn't love the campgrounds. The sites kind of degrade as you go down towards the beach of Lake Mead (which is like 1/2 mile from the grounds but looks way closer). We chose a site the...
We didn't stay here, but did drive by on the way to Lake Creek for fishing. We saw some small travel trailers but have NO IDEA how they got back to the grounds, the road is that bad. BEWARE. The sites did look beautiful.
No Verizon signal.
We stopped here for an overnighter on the way to SLC. The scenery was BEAUTIFUL, you have to look with your own eyes to believe me because from the road its not overly impressive. But the grounds are back in a canyon of sorts, surrounded by...
First, we never did figure out what brings so many tourists to this area, but, as it were, there were many (tourists). The small town of Red Lodge is quaint and has enough going on to keep even a curmudgeon happy. Yellowstone NP is within 70 miles...
Don't dismay when you are driving into the park, it doesn't look like much. But once you enter the campgrounds you'll see its fairly new, sites are huge and level, private, all paved, with a mix of pull though and back ins. Each site has a new...
The most important thing to know about this park is the hook-up sites kinda suck. They are tight and packed. Don't expect privacy if you use one.
The primative sites, on the other hand, feel so secluded you'll wonder where everyone went. This...
Our intention was to nab one of the 5 designated RV campsites... of which 3 were available but none were appealing. The sites are basically around a lonely gravel cul-de-sac, an unlevel one at that. So we drove through the main campgrounds and...
We stayed here with 2 other full time Airstreamers- so my review may be a little biased. Everything is better when you have friends nearby.
You enter this park by climbing a 16% grade, which is great if you like your truck engine to get a...
We stopped here for a night on the way to Las Vegas. It wasn't 2 minutes after we found our site that I had the camera out snapping pics of our amazing surroundings. And I wasn't distracted by my smartphone for once.....barely 1x data and 1 bar...
This review is for the primitive loop which is the first loop in the park on the right. There are around 5 looooong pull-thru sites (probably 70ft or more) available and several back-in sites around the perimeter. The other 2 loops have hookups...
"Lovely clean RV park with friendly staff"
"A good park in a great location"
"Overflow camping at its finest!!"
"A peach of a NF campground a stone's throw from town"
"Close to town, friendly atmosphere"
"Large campground right off the Gallatin Hwy with river access"
"Amazing views, bad flies and mosquitos in June"
"A run down but reasonable option around Lake Mead"
"Surprising stop on the way to SLC"
"Hidden gem a short drive from downtown Red Lodge, MT"
"Big sites on a hill overlooking Sand Hollow Reservoir "
"Small nice campground snuggled in a red rock canyon"
"Peaceful campground for smaller trailers, RVs, and tents"
"Great location, scenery, and trail access"
"Gorgeous sites along eroded sandstone cliffs"
"A green hilly oasis close to San Luis Obispo"
"Cute as a button in the middle of Santa Barbara wine country"
"Beautiful scenery but expensive for what you get"
"Packed in like sardines"
"Location, beach access, ocean views, wifi"
"You get what you pay for"
"FREE dry camping in a beautiful location"
"Great RV park if you are a rule follower"
"Another amazing AZ park (surprise!)"
"Highest point in Arkansas with endless outdoor recreation"
"Lonely campground right on the reservoir"
"Worth it for the location"
"Location, views, serenity, and boundless activities right from your site. "
"Gorgeous setting in the Catalina mountain foothills"
"Clean friendly park, great location, close spots"
"Expensive but beautiful state park with several amenities and beach access"