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Big Spruce RV Park

Big Spruce RV Park, Tillamook, OR -- It was a treat. The guys do everything and with a smile. A great location. So far only PA park that didn't add on a bunch of fees. Price was as quoted. I would stay again

Becky Chase

Sierra Trails RV Park

Sierra Trails RV Park, Mojave, CA -- We always stay at Sierra Trails while traveling to Arizona very neat and clean, easy off and on to highway 58 very happy to have found the spot for our overnight stay.

Peter Jorgensen

Welcome Station RV Park

Welcome Station RV Park, Wells, NV -- Stayed 5 nights at Welcome Station RV Park in Wells, NV. Great owners with a beautiful property.

Pamela Spencer

Three Flags RV Park

Three Flags RV Park, Black Hawk, SD -- I have stayed here for 26 of my 29 Sturgis Bike Week trips. FYI- it was “Fort We Like It” back then. Great owners back then just as it is now. We go to ride and I can tell you there is no better campground any more convenient to go all directions. It is the fairest priced and most level campground you will find. The shower house and facilities are always well maintained. You will be glad you stayed there. I have my reservations for next year and hopefully many more.

Jim Williams

General Clinton Park

General Clinton Park, Bainbridge, NY -- Still fairly new at RVing, but from our travels up and down the east coast, we have never seen or stayed at a more lovely place than the General Clinton Park. Very rural, with views from the back of our coach unrivaled. Susquehanna River behind us, and across from that a large corn field, and the farmer's barns on the far side. We got to go to a local diner for breakfast, and it was wonderful. The town does a fantastic job keeping the grounds neat and clean, with the grass well tended to. There was a wedding in the park the day we arrived, and they were well behaved and stopped the music by 9PM, and all you then heard was the quiet of the country. We will definitely return.

Christopher Jones

Blue Heron RV Park

Blue Heron RV Park, Hornbrook, CA -- This RV resort is a true gem. We stayed just one night in early September 2019, on our way to the CA national parks, but wished we had planned to stay longer. The grounds are beautifully maintained, sites are spacious and the restrooms are immaculate. The owners, Gayle and Bryan are very welcoming and have added personal touches to make their resort comfortable and fun. A special treat was seeing the wild horses come down from the hills to graze at the resort in the evening. The resort is surrounded by hills that block cell phone service but the resort provides good wifi to stay connected. We highly recommend the Klamath Ranch Resort/Blue Heron RV Park.

Lucinda Faust

Beachcomber Park

Beachcomber Park, Buchanan Dam, TX -- I not only recommend the Beachcomber Park, I applaud the owner, Carlton!! We had driven almost 200 miles & were 40 miles from the Beachcomber park when the brakes went out on the truck we were in towing our RV. It was 4:00 pm on Friday & we were scrambling to figure out what to do! I called Carlton to say we may not make it in, and he took extreme measures to help us out! Who does that in this day & age?!? When owners of a park care that much, you bet we will definitely be back! Thanks again, Carlton!

Kathy Haislip

Walnut Hollow Campground

Walnut Hollow Campground, Hayesville, NC -- Our stay at Walnut Hollow Ranch was superb! Only 7 spacious spots, not crowded or too busy. We had 50 amp service and water and there is a dump station. Charlie (owner) was very friendly and helpful. So peaceful and quiet with beautiful views and a pond to fish in. We bought the grass fed black angus beef steaks sooooo good they just about melted in your mouth! I highly recommend!

Meg Wasik

Steel Wheel Campground & Trading Post

Steel Wheel Campground & Trading Post, Deadwood, SD -- Making reservations was easy. They were friendly. They asked for a $10.00 deposit by credit card. It is about 8 miles from Deadwood, WiFi is a bit spotty, well your in the mountains what can you expect and we have Verizon service with 2bars. The sites are level, we had a pull thru for our 40 foot motorhome towing a car. It is quiet, and we had rain every day, didn’t last long. There is a nice store, gas station, and you can rent 4wheelers to go exploring. Spearfish SD is about 15 miles away, that was important to us also, as we had a friend we wanted to visit. If we were in the area again we would come back.

Paula Brown

Osh Vegas Palms RV Park

Osh Vegas Palms RV Park, Oshkosh, WI -- What a fantastic campground! Clean, level, neat with easy pull thru sites. The owner Marty is super accommodating, with fast communication response, and a heart of hospitality. Even though it is close to the highway, it is amazingly quiet. There are shade trees planted between RV pull-thru sites, and the grass is neatly mowed. Camp store is stocked with supplies. We were only going to spend two days here, but fell in love with the place, and stayed an additional 8 nights. Good WiFi as well to watch Netflix. Wheelbarrows of firewood for $20 to use in the provided fire rings. We look forward to staying here again and highly recommend this to all passing through or making this a destination.

Xaver Gramkow

Mile-Away Campground

Mile-Away Campground, Henniker, NH -- Very nice place, a gem, run by people that care and keep the place up. Nice pool but was cool when I was there.

Geo Mars

Hilltop Farm Campsites

Hilltop Farm Campsites, Mountaindale, NY -- Nice place run by older couple, Nice warm pool, beautiful countryside.

Geo Mars

Wacky West Travel Park

Wacky West Travel Park, Valentine, NE -- We had a group of 9, 7 on motorcycles/2 in a truck with a trailer on the way to Sturgis. We called a couple hours out to see if there was any room available; we were told to head on it & the office would stay open for us. We ended up hitting a terrible storm, so we were much later than expected. The office stayed open for us & even let us tent-camp for a VERY reasonable price for 9 people. The owner even offered some garage space to keep those without a tent out of the rain. We were provided with keys to the shower/bathroom facilities and had an amazing experience. Would highly recommend to anyone, but especially to anyone on a bike in need of a travel break for the night.

Sara Trayner

Hilltop Campground

Hilltop Campground, Robbinston, ME -- Not a real fancy campground/rv park, but the most welcoming folks I've ever run into in a RV Park. I was the first transient visitor of the season in May '19 and was welcomed like an old friend. This is a family run operation and it shows. The weather was cool, but the atmosphere was warm.

A.j. Pawlowski

Champs Campground and RV Park

Champs Campground and RV Park, Whitehall, NY -- We stayed at Champs for three nights in July 2019. Would not hesitate to do so again, nor to recommend it to anyone else. It is located in an excellent location to explore northeastern New York, western Vermont, and the history therein. The bathrooms and showers are exceptionally clean, and the subtle touches of fresh flowers and artwork are equally welcome and delightful to behold. The park itself is small, which is a good thing in our opinion, since this quality helps to maintain the relaxing ambiance. And the food at the restaurant! Oh, boy! It's great!

Richard Howe

Magnolia Sands RV Park

Magnolia Sands RV Park, Wiggins, MS -- This is a very nice, clean campground. The owners, who run the campground, are GREAT! If you are looking for a quiet relaxing campground, this is the place!

Teresa Covington

Laughing Alpaca Campground & RV Park

Laughing Alpaca Campground & RV Park, Cave Junction, OR -- Laughing Alpaca, funny name, fun spot. This was a very lovingly cared for RV Park. The young owners have done so much since taking over and even have plans to actually have Alpacas there someday in the future. The spaces are very nice, many shady spots and river front spots on the sleepy Illinois river. Clean bathrooms and a group area to hang in if desired. Nice chill spot before we headed to busy Grants Pass. Stay a few days and Jeff Rene and “Willy”(camp dog greeter, will make you feel at home.

Eileen Sever

Cornerstone Retreat Center and Campground

Cornerstone Retreat Center and Campground, New Castle, IN -- Stayed there twice Sep 2018. Exceptionally nice people. Park is well maintained and easy to get in and out from the interstate. Highly recommend.

Gerald Matthews

Blue Heron RV Park

Blue Heron RV Park, Hornbrook, CA -- Wow! This place is awesome. We only stayed one night but wish we had time to stay longer. Just 7 miles off I-5 but light years away from the rest of the world. Full hookups on very level concrete pads. Large roomy spaces and oh so very quiet. Restrooms and showers first class (even the floors are heated. Our space was right on the Klamath River so we sat in the big comfy chairs all afternoon and observed all the ducks, geese, osprey, hawks, crows, fish and the river just glide by. The owners and the camp volunteers were friendly and helpful. I would not hesitate to stop here the next time going along I-5 or better yet stop for a few days just to unwind.

Mark Chase

Countryside Motel & RV Sites

Countryside Motel & RV Sites, Sturgeon Bay, WI -- Stayed 4 days July 10th to 14th. Nice and open, Great wi fi, clean restrooms and showers. Country atmosphere and short drive to Little Sturgeon. Owners are fantastic. We travel from May to Nov and would highly recommend if you like piece and quiet.

Jerry Henslin

Shadrack Campground

Shadrack Campground, Bristol, TN -- It's our fIrst time in the area and picked Shadrack for it's close location to Bristol and it's PA membership. I have read reviews saying that there was flash flooding last year and seeing the pictures, I was a little concerned. Now that I'm here, I'm completely relaxed. Entrance IS intimidating. The road out front has two lanes each way with a turn lane in the middle and trees block the sign pretty well. When you see the entrance sign, you cannot see that the gravel drive continues down (180 from the road) if you are driving. You have to turn in at a 90 degree angle (that seems like it's about at at 45 degree angle down), straight toward the building, then turn another 90 degrees to be parallel with the building. Once you check in, it's another 90 degree turn down a continuation of the hill to get to the campground. The campground is mostly a flat field with a couple trees and gravel drives. There IS a creek that is running behind it. Apparently the flash flooding last year brought that creek up several feet because that is what would be needed for the park to flood. Despite the fact that it is just off the road, and just down from the speedway, it is relatively quiet here. There are some older run down trailers here and there, but we're parked with several very pricey, brand spankin' new class A's. There are mountains all around the campground here and actually, all around the entire area. You can head either direction on the road to pick up supplies as everything you could ever want is located in either Bristol or Johnson City. Washing machine room is nice and clean. Washers are $2. Dryers are $1.50. Water, electric, sewer and wifi all work well. We have Sprint and have great cell phone service. The fenced in dog area is 25x50. We found a couple doggy daycare sites nearby to allow us to fully explore.

Tammy Lawrence

Three Flags RV Park

Three Flags RV Park, Black Hawk, SD -- The campground was very nice, clean, loved the bathrooms. The showers were awsome. Very friendly especially when we had a vehicle issue and tried to help. It was a pleasure to stay there and would recommend to anyone. Thank you

Brian West

Big Fir Campground & RV Park

Big Fir Campground & RV Park, Ridgefield, WA -- Great place to camp in R.V. Sites are surrounded by tall fir trees so each site is very private even if it is in an urban area. Very clean and well kept. We would go there again.

Sandy Linder

Big Spruce RV Park

Big Spruce RV Park, Tillamook, OR -- What a great find this was! We really enjoyed our stay at Big Spruce RV Park. Zack and Jeff were fantastic! These two guys really get it when it comes to customer service! The spaces may be a little tight but they help you in and out! There are full hook-ups and the restrooms were very clean. They helped us set up our cable (Verizon was good!) and helped us with directions to various parks etc. We packed a lot in in two days with hiking and sightseeing and spending an evening at Kitty's Bar and Grill listening to some great rock legends who live in the area. (Don't miss it!). Again can't say enough good things about Big Spruce RV Park.

Leo Vorwerk

Hidden Oaks Family Campground

Hidden Oaks Family Campground, Hammond, LA -- We spent one night here in a 42' class A motorhome. This is a clean, well kept, quiet, country, no frills campground. The office lady was very pleasant & helpful. If in the area again we will definitely return.

Becky Mcneely

Cal-Nev-Ari RV Park

Cal-Nev-Ari RV Park, Cal Nev Ari, NV -- The town is a not very wide spot in the road. We checked in with a most friendly fellow at the market. The signage was not as explicit as it could be but we found our spot. It was level. The electric and water hook-ups were in good repair. Restrooms were a bit of a hike so we didn't use them. They have planted trees so eventually it will be a nicely landscaped park. When we were there, early 2019, the trees were about 6 feet. It is a good stopping place if you are coming from Las Vegas and on your way to Laughlin/Bullhead City, AZ. Leaving Vegas late could put you in the mountain twisties overlooking Laughlin at night. If you have the time, advise staying over at Cal-Nev-Ari. Do not miss the restaurant across the highway from the park and the store. It is really a trip. XLNT hamburgers AND, remember the malts that came to your table in a metal mixing can and then they left them so you could refill your glass??? For me, worth the price of admission. It is connected to a little bar and casino that is perfect for a movie set. Ask one of the locals about the history of the town. Very interesting. Take pictures. Folks at home will be knocked out.

Ken Laursen

Big Buck Resort

Big Buck Resort, Hornsby, TN -- Tina and her crew are the nicest people you will ever meet. We love this quite, peaceful campground so much that we decided to stay a month. Regular t.v. gets 2 channels and wifi most of the time, but so much better than other campgrounds that we have stayed at. We have been full-time campers since 2016.

Renee O'neal

Rock'n E RV Park

Rock'n E RV Park, Coldspring, TX -- We have stayed at the Rock'n E campground twice. Very clean and well maintained and the nicest people we have encountered in our travels. Two nice hiking trails that you and your dogs will love if you have dogs. The wife and I highly recommend the Rock'n E to anyone passing through or lives in the area. Less than a 10 minute drive from U.S.-59/I-69 so it's nice and quite.

Billy Rains

By The River RV Park & Campground

By The River RV Park & Campground, Kerrville, TX -- While on our "Blue Bonnet Trip" to the area, we found this RV Park. The owners/managers were extremely friendly and helpful during check in. Having to go through a security gate made me feel more secure. The park was very nicely laid out and we were close to the walking trails and open areas for my little dogs to do their duties. The people in the park were very friendly. The parking pull thru were easy and the hook ups were quick. Loved the overall peacefulness of the park and the convenience of the restaurant on the property. Planning another trip in June and will definitely be booking a few nights here.

Mindy Rupp

Georgia-Bama RV Park

Georgia-Bama RV Park, Heflin, AL -- This is one of the friendliest camp grounds. The owner is very very friendly and a gentleman, name is David, The Damn Yankee. There is a very nice restaurant with all kinds of great food. I wanted to stay there longer just to taste all the recipes. He gives a military discount at the camp site and a discount in the restaurant. If you have a chance definitely stop over there. Full hook up and drive through sites. All the staffs are very friendly and very helpful.

Pius Gabriel

Edgington RV Park

Edgington RV Park, Alamogordo, NM -- Very nice campground. Owner is super friendly. Clean RV park. Great pond with trees to sit and have a nice meal or just hang out.

Russ Leslie

Laughing Alpaca Campground & RV Park

Laughing Alpaca Campground & RV Park, Cave Junction, OR -- So relaxing! We stopped for the nite using PA and stayed a week because we loved it so much. Beautiful landscape, river access & views; Clean, affordable laundry; We will absolutely be back! Our 3 1/2 year old loved it here. Jeff & Renee are great - very easy to talk to & super informative about the area. Willie the camp dog is really child friendly & super gentle! We strung up our hammock, grilled on the campfire, indulged in s'mores galore & made some really nice new friends at the Alpaca! Thanks for an amazing vacation... All the way from NC. A+

Jessica Benton

Pea Patch RV Park

Pea Patch RV Park, Branson, MO -- Good location, FHU with level pads. Newer owners that have some good plans for the site they just need the time to get them done. In the mean time its a good site to use. In the heart of Branson, MO and only one small road from the main street. Owners on site and very helpful Laundry was a bit dated but clean and everything worked. The bathrooms again are just a bit dated however, they work and are clean. There are plans in place to upgrade this summer making the bathrooms and laundry look newer. I will be using them whenever I am in Branson which is annually I mean they actually created a spot for my rig as it is a 40 footer. They have pull through and a few back-in sites.

Warren Cartright

Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel

Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel, Bernardo, NM -- A group of friends (3 rigs) stayed 4 nights. Great campground. Very clean. The owner Bob and his family were super friendly. Could not have asked for better. Glad we chose Kiva.

Russ Leslie

Good Life RV Resort

Good Life RV Resort, Mesa, AZ -- This is a huge Park, over 1100 sites. Mostly permanent homes, and maybe 20-40 for overnight or weekly stays. This is one of the Cal-Am resort properties in the Mesa area. They have a lot of activities and the location to close to shopping and sightseeing. Upon arriving we were given a fist full of paperwork of rules, maps, activities, and a booklet of the area. The is staff friendly and helpful. With passport America discount it’s very affordable for our 3 night stay. It is very quiet, no highway noise. The WiFi is not reliable, we kept getting kicked off, Verizon is 5bars. The site is gravel, with a nice concrete patio. We had a Corner site which gave us a lot of room. We were visiting family, we would stay again if in the area.

Paula Brown

Turquoise Valley Golf, Restaurant & RV

Turquoise Valley Golf, Restaurant & RV, Naco / Bisbee, AZ -- Really nice park in little berg of Naco, across road from golf course. If you’re looking for a peaceful, friendly park, this is it. New owner, Bruce, is very helpful and personable. We are staying 4 nites PA and will be back! You can walk into Mexico for pharmacies, dentists and good tacos. Don’t forget your PASSPORT!!

Susan Drummond

Springerville RV Park

Springerville RV Park, Springerville, AZ -- This is a brand new park, it is well laid out for big rigs. Great WiFi, Verizon 5bars, gravel, picnic table, a few young trees. faces Interstate 60, quiet. Beautiful view of the white mountains, we were only staying over night, maybe next time we will stay longer, as there is a lot to do in the area. Hunting, fishing, hiking. At the Arizona visitors center there is also guided tours.

Paula Brown

Aok Camper Park

Aok Camper Park, Amarillo, TX -- It was difficult to find, as the signage was small and bent, probably from the last storms that went through. There was a nice turn around just past it, I am sure that was added because people needed it. The park is Behind a TitleMax. Next to the highway, the traffic was not a problem for us. The price $14.00, great WiFi and Verizon 4bars. Never meet the owner or manager. Talk with Tommy, the owner, very accommodating and friendly. Told me to take an envelope which had the WiFi code printed on it. The sites are wide enough for our 40ft Newmar with a tow. A few young trees, gravel level sites, no frills. Next to farm land. It rain all night, didn’t have any trouble driving out the next morning, although there were standing water everywhere.

Paula Brown

Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park

Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park, Tucumcari, NM -- Right on Historic Route 66! Quiet, friendly park. It’s owned by 3 brothers that are repairing and updating since purchasing a year ago. We have stay here before under the other management because it was convenient for one night. The WiFi is a bit spotty we get 4bars on Verizon. There are nice trees, grassy/green areas. Although we didn’t use the laundry and bathrooms, I did check them out. Clean and a full size washer/dryer which you pay them $3.00 to use. Sites are gravel level, wide enough for big rigs with a tow. One thing that is unique; they offer Horse Hotel with a corral big enough for at least 2 horses, while you stay! We would stay again if we were passing thru.

Paula Brown

Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park

Blaze-In-Saddle RV Park, Tucumcari, NM -- We were on the way from Ft Campbell in Kentucky to Lake Havasu City in Arizona and stopped here for the night. This was a nice clean park with good sized sites and roads for an easy in and out. We would definitely stay here again.

Clyde Hamill

Tonto Creek Trail 55 Plus RV Park

Tonto Creek Trail 55 Plus RV Park, Tonto Basin, AZ -- This park is very quiet, and the camp host is very accommodating and friendly. The owner gave me the Passport America discount for 2 nights even though it was the week end. No WiFi, Verizon 5bars. Reliable 50amp service. Concrete pads, gravel level sites. All back-ins. Lots of permanent residents, and always room for overnighters. Scenery beautiful and lots to do, fishing hiking, sightseeing. Putting green, and a library full of books to exchange.

Paula Brown

Mesa Verde RV Park

Mesa Verde RV Park, Wolfforth / Lubbock, TX -- We were in the Lubbock area For Easter, and wanted to stay another night and found this wonderful place. Fortunately the PA discount is for Sunday thru Thursday. The office is closed Sunday and Darla told me she would put a map and all the codes in a mailbox with our site number on it. We could pay when they open at 9am Monday. The sites are wide level easy in and out, we are 40ft and towing a Jeep. Great WiFi, Verizon 5bars, got about 29 air channels. Nice trees, grassy areas, some picnic tables. They are next to the highway, didn’t bother us with any noise while sleeping. This park is well maintained and staff helpful and friendly. We would stay here again if in the area.

Paula Brown

MS G's RV Park, LLC

MS G's RV Park, LLC, Loraine, TX -- This is a great spot. Brad is working on improvements, adding several more pull-thrus for big rigs. We have a 40ft with a tow vehicle and 4 slides. Lots of mature trees, and green spaces. Even have a porch swing to watch the sunset. They had some damage with storms this spring, they are playing catch up. Great WiFi service, Verizon 2bars. Quiet place, off Interstate 20, worth a overnight stay. Can’t beat $20.00 for full hookups.

Paula Brown

Heart Of Texas RV Park

Heart Of Texas RV Park, Brady, TX -- We were looking for a one night stay, this park is small, has mature trees and grassy areas. Stanley was very helpful and friendly. Has great WiFi and Verizon 5bars. Nothing special, no amenities, for $15.00 it’s prefect for us. It is quiet.

Paula Brown

Triple Creek RV Music Park

Triple Creek RV Music Park, Woodville, TX -- My wife and I just spent three nights there, and while the grounds of the campground are OK, it's the people that make this place special. The owners, Karen and husband, Mark, always seemed to be available to make our stay pleasant, answer questions, and invite us to some informal gatherings at jam sessions. Being a professional musician, connecting with other musicians was a draw for me, and the jam sessions did just that, with lots of talent present (Karen plays a MEAN washtub bass). We came after the weekend, so the number of musicians was limited to those residing at the camp and a couple of we transients. If you're a musician, this place is a must stop destination, if you don't play, but like to listen, ditto! A number of people keep their RVs at the park, and come several times a month- such is the draw of the music and the people there. It's a very unique place that you should check out.

Bryan Stone

Austin Lone Star RV Resort

Austin Lone Star RV Resort, Austin, TX -- Getting into this park was challenging with all the construction and one-way frontage roads. This park is corporate owned, with a coded gate. Some full timers, sites are narrow, with mature trees, and grassy areas. We took a back in spot for the days we were here. So glad my husband is a darn good driver. Next time we will ask for a pull-thru. They have a 24/7maintenance call number, which is great if you have a water, power, and sewer problem. No cable, we got about 29 air channels. Verizon 5bars. The WiFi is unsecured and works for normal email, and searching the web.

Paula Brown

Just Loafin RV Park

Just Loafin RV Park, Samson, AL -- Just loafing camp ground we stayed there for 4 months a great and peaceful place and the rate of 350.00 a month saved us a lot of money $$$$.

Norman Garrison sr

Coffee Landing RV Resort

Coffee Landing RV Resort, Frankston, TX -- Excellent 3 day stay at this new campground. All sites are pull thru concrete and FHU with cable. Mgr is in office at the motel next door and could not have been more helpful. Two big rig sites and 26 smaller ones. Direct access to the lake with adjoining boat launch site. Great place for a camping-boating weekend! Self contained units only as there's no bathhouse but what a bargain. Call for reservations before word gets out! It'll get busy! We will stop back when in the area!

Thomas Bird

Safari Mobile Home Community RB00037150

Safari Mobile Home Community RB00037150, League City, TX -- We wanted to see the Space Center in Houston, this park is 8 miles away. There is construction on Interstate 45 and it was a bit challenging to get to the park. There are mostly full timers In This park, with about 15 sites for overnighter or weekly campers. The site are level with a lovely covered cabana at each site with a picnic table. They have mature trees and grass at each site. Wendy the manager was off Sunday, the day we arrived. She filled a registration with our site number in an envelope. We paid Monday when she opened. The WiFi is available for additional $4.00, we opted not to get. Our cellular service is Verizon and had 4bars. We had a pull-thru towing a car, plenty long and wide enough with 4 slides.

Paula Brown

Endless Caverns

Endless Caverns, New Market, VA -- We will definitely return to this beautiful campground. We were pleased to find large, long level sites. Each picturesque site is very private and roomy. The staff are very informative and welcoming.

Ronnie Bilow

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