Tuesday, January 31, 2023


Do you have a favorite campground or RV park?

Do you have a favorite campground or RV park? Or a favorite unique place you’ve stayed in your RV?

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Gary Johnson
1 year ago

The Great Divide Campground in Andover, NJ. Situated in the beautiful rolling hills of Sussex County, the owners have developed this park into a fun, family-oriented resort with activities scheduled from the time you arrive til the end of your stay. Great live bands, ice cream socials, contests, games, parties, you name it! An Olympic-sized pool, a fishing and boating pond, a two, story barn with card playing rooms, video parlor, dance floor. More than enough to keep all of their guests busy and satisfied. Having spent 17 years there, we feel as tho we can rate this campground a 10-10-10.

BJ Lewis
2 years ago

Bullard Beach State Park, Bandon OR. Not fancy, but it has features most park visitors don’t seem aware of. There’s a tsunami trail or the Bullard family cemetery (both on Loop C), a nice mostly flat walk to the beach (1 mi), or a visit to the boat ramp on the Umpqua River, and my favorite, the hidden trails behind the large public park areas.

Mary Watson
2 years ago
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2 years ago

Movin’ West RV Park, Graeagle, CA. Shout out to Susan, John, Gayla, and Sam, the nicest camp hosts we’ve met.

John I
2 years ago

East Coast; Fort Wilderness, Disney World. West Coast: Arches NP, Devil’s Garden Campground.

Gregg and Sue Gill
2 years ago

Jim and Mary’s in Missoula, MT is one of the most beautiful and friendly parks we have stayed in. We were there for 3 weeks last July and enjoyed everyday. Staff is super and is in good location to day trip out of

2 years ago

We think our favorite, so far, is Ft Desoto Florida. Nice sized spaces, swimming and kayaking, off leash dog beach.all future trips to Fl. We will attempt to have at least a week there.

Scott Hunter
2 years ago

Rancho Jurupa park in Riverside, CA. Also Pechange Casino Resort in Temecula.

Alvin Hausauer
2 years ago

Corp of Engineers campsites

2 years ago

Airport Park on Lake Waco in Waco, TX.

Linda Nelson
2 years ago

Favorite campgrounds

Blue Anchor in Osburn, ID

Hidden Beaches River Resort in Blythe, CA

Eric Steeves
2 years ago

Our favourite park is Tom Sawyer’s RV Park in West Memphis Arkansas. It is special to have your RV right on the great Mississippi River!

Dick and Sandy now home near Buffalo, NY
2 years ago

We spend most of our winter at the LAZY DAYS RV Resort in Seffner, FL just east of Tampa, FL. Just looking at the price per day may seem high to many. Long term rates are available. They also offer a Military discount. There are many advantages to stay there.

With about 300 sites, most are 40 foot and some are 45 foot at an extra cost. All sites have 50 AMP electric, water, sewer and cable, A complimentary breakfast if offered 6 days a week. There is enclosed swimming pool, a large recreation building for rally’s and large get togethers, outdoor movies once a week, a Gym/Workout facility, basketball court, tennis courts, fenced dog park. and even a dog wash. There is an on site restaurant/bar called Exit 10 that is based on a very large motor home with bench seats in slide outs and an awning covered bar area.

Lazy Days RV Resort gets us very close to our friends and family in Tampa, Riverview, Bradenton and Lakeland, FL. Close to sports events, museums and many other events and attractions in the Tampa/St Petersburg area.

John Terhorst
2 years ago

We spend Winters at Larrabee State Park outside of Bellingham WA. Sites are paved and spacious with electric and sewer. Water is turned off October15th due to freezing weather. But there is a full site for all at the restroom. There are lots of trails for everyone as well as places to kayak or canoe. 20day stay limit during winter months. Rangers are very helpful as well.

Steven Kool
2 years ago

Favorite Campground in South Dakota

Union Grove State Park

Ray R
2 years ago

The wife and I spend the winters at the Voyager RV resort in Tucson AZ. It is not rustic camping, it’s resort living. There are so many activities to participate in that there is no excuse to be bored. I like the very well equipped wood shop. I usually turn 4 or 5 segmented bowls each winter and a few smaller projects. My wife enjoys the musical instrument lessons and groups that meet. They have a very good restaurant right in the park. The food is good and reasonably priced. We’ve been coming here for five years and don’t expect to go anywhere else for the winter. Though this year it looks like we’ll be spending the summer also.

Robert Bower
2 years ago

Our favorites have become PA ad other State Parks. Most have larger spaces, cost less, have separate dog spaces, and are very well kept. While full hook- ups are not always available, I can get by for easy 4-5 days without sewage,

Dave Welch
2 years ago

We full time at Cleveland Sandusky Jellystone which is in Nova Ohio. they have a lake,bouncey pad,rock climbing wall,a pool even a outside rc car course i see big kids and little kids racing their 4 wheel drives around also saw someone had a rc boat out on the lake.they have a nice store brand new bath houses and laundry.oh ya and the owners are GREAT Todd & Pam they do a very good job at making sure everything is good.all the people that stay there are great,we do party but we are done at 10 lots of old partyers lol we also have bingo,dj and movie night .we are really happy there.oh ya they have disc golf also

Candace Jones
2 years ago

We enjoy Saylorville Lake COE campgrounds, particularly, Prairie Flower. They have five sections, plus multiple circles for group camping. Sites are spacious, easy to back in to and electricity. Dump station and faucets located in each section for fresh water. My second choice is Bob Shetler. Restrooms at both campgrounds have always been extremely clean.

Candace Jones
2 years ago
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Forgot to mention this is near Des Moines, Iowa.

Tommy Molnar
2 years ago

I’m afraid to mention our fave RV park (which is currently still open) for fear someone in ‘power’ will see it – and SHUT IT DOWN!

James Richard
2 years ago

Poches RV Park and Fishing Camp. Nothing fancy here but when I want quiet and maybe a little fishing in a stocked pond (no license required), this is my favorite. Located a few miles off I-10, near Breaux Bridge, LA, Poches has a lot of space between campsites that all have full hookups. They also have cabins for family and friends who are not lucky enough to have a RV. With the exception of a handful of sites, all are located on a lake stocked with bass and white perch. They encourage catch and release but have no problem with you keeping your catch for a meal or mounting. They have a large rally room with a full kitchen and wrap around porch. Like to go to the porch and enjoy a cigar during the rain. Close to the best Cajun food restaurants and dancehall that has Cajun music every night. Also close to several swamp tour outfits. New owners are great and always willing to help. There is a small pool that is always clean for the kids.

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