Do you have a favorite campground or RV park?

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

Leave a comment below, or email emily (at) rvtravel.com and tell us where it is, and what you love about it. Include a photo if you can!

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Laura Shank

We spent the winter at Creekside RV Resort in Foley, Alabama. Only 61 sites – cement slabs, paved roads, lots of grassy areas, 30 and 50 amp, all lots privately owned, (rentals are handled by Hosteeva), great pool, reasonably priced for the area, right across the street from OWA (entertainment complex with amusement park, shops, and restaurants), just miles from terrific shopping and the beautiful south Alabama beaches. We thought it was terrific. The park itself is immaculate, the owners that do live there are so nice, and there is lots to do in the area. We will definitely be back. We’re even thinking of buying a lot here!

Jeff

Boulder lake and franklin lake in the Nicolet national forest in Wisconsin. Boulder lake we always camp here as it is close too home. Franklin lake we used too camp at when we used to go to cranfest in eagle river, wi.

Ed D.

Pine ridge Campground Roebuck, SC
A beautiful, well maintained Campground that offers a Pond for Fishing, Swimming Pool and much more. The owners are very hospitable and just all around nice people. We have stayed here twice so far and will undoubtedly stay there again in the future.

steve jensen

Beverly Beach State Park Oregon, Pioneer rv park Port Aransas TX, Cavendish nat park campground PEI, Kentucky Horse Park Lexington KY

John Bent

One of our favorite campgrounds is Hanna State Park in Jacksonville Florida. Full hook ups, fresh water lake and beach all with in walking distance. Laundry and general store very nice sites.

Lee Ann Bauer

Gulf Beach RV Resort, Biloxi, MS- FHU/concrete pads/pull thru and back in sites/very clean/laundry/pool/clubhouse/workout room/pool/large deck overlooking beach/dog park

This park is 2-3 years old and is maintained to appear brand new. Sits on beach road so just walk across road to stroll the beach or take a dip in the gulf or fish. Sites are close together but doesn’t have that tight feel. Very relaxed atmosphere despite being in the middle of casinos, civic center, and sightseeing. Reasonable prices for location. Waffle House in front of park where a 10% discount is offered. We stayed a month and will return.

Wayne English

Mistletoe state park. Clarks Hill lake north of Augusta Ga.
Quiet, large sites surrounded by water.

Bisonwings

Most folks don’t think of Kansas when they are looking for a beautiful campground After all it’s one of the flyover states. If you have only passed through on the interstate you probably have the opinion that there’s not much of any reason to get off and explore. :-). That’s our secret to a peaceful existence. The fact is we have dozens of lakes with shaded campgrounds that sit empty except for the major holiday weekends. Our lakes are small in comparison to many others, but they provide excellent fishing and hiking for those of us that no longer have the abilities to hike rigorous trails.
Wildlife is abundant and Spring and fall temperatures are moderate. The state parks have 50 amp service while most county lakes have 30 amp service. For boondockers the state parks all have wilderness areas with low or no fees and there are a number of old WPA lakes that offer boondocking camping on open prairie or tree covered landscapes. Most of them have bathhouses or at the least vault toilets.
If you are looking for a path less traveled or a peaceful location to unwind we’ve got it here.
Toronto State Park, Fall River, Tuttle Creek State Park, Wilson County Lake, Harvey County East Lake or West Park, and the list goes on…..

Joseph Weinstein

Timberlake Campground in Stevenson Washington. It is 2 miles off the Columbia River Gorge nestled in a quiet forest with every campsite surrounded by trees.

AC Holt

One of our clubs favorite camp grounds is Raleigh Oaks, It is located just off Hwy 95 north at exit 300 near Smithfield , NC . This Camp Ground has spacious sites, full hook ups, Wi-Fi, cable tv, Pool, and is located near town. Great place to camp.

Bob Chilton

My wife and really like “Flintlock Camp Ground” in Boone, North Carolina. It is quiet and has a creek running on the edge of the campground.

Tom

Yes Johnson Creek RV Resort & Park , nice park , like camping should be , no town noise , Hwy or train !!! Very nice an the bathrooms super clean !

bounder

Beachside and South Beach on Oregon coast.

Tom McL

Lake George RV Resort. Pricey but has all the amenities and entertainment you could ever want while Raving. We spend all spring there and do Family camping weekend during the summer. We highly recommend to everyone.

Lydia Bishop

My husband and I enjoy Rasar State Park in the Skagit Valley northeast of Seattle. It is open year-round with electric hookups. Water is shut down during the winter, but you can fill up your tank at the campground faucet that runs year round. We just did a two night “up-for-air-and-gasping” two night sanity break earlier this week. It has a great trail system for morning and evening walks. Rasar is a newer State Park with very RV friendly sites that can easily accommodate “land yachts” and triple axel monster fifth-wheels.

Another year-round State Park we enjoy is Bayview, just west of Mount Vernon. Bayview used to be a privately owned trailer park, and now a state run campground. A walking path takes you to the beach on Padilla Bay. Bayview is also a great jumpping off point for trips into Anacortes and Washington Park and Mount Erie.

Both parks have great cell phone reception (Verizon LTE).

Rick Edgar

Poncho’s Pond, Ludington Mi. RV Resort.
Prophet’s Town SP @ W Lafayette, Indiana. State Park with great sites.

Jim Beattie

Evergreen RvResort in Mt Eden Ohio great people and a nice clean place with a lot of things to do in the area

Bill & Judy Frank

Tiger Run between Breckenridge and Dillon, Colorado. Beautiful sites, easy in and out, propane on site, full hook-ups. Close enough to Breckenridge, Dillon, and Silverthorn for skiing, dining and shopping, but off the road far enough for peaceful relaxation. Day trips to Denver, Leadville, Vail, Aspen, Cripple Creek and Victor, are easily accomplished.

Randy

Logan state park on the Thompson chain of lake near Libby, Montana

Dianne

On-ur-way RV park in Onawa Iowa
Clean park. Beautiful trees and large spaces. Nice camp store and nice people running the place. Just a nice atmosphere and campers would pull out their chairs and enjoy visiting. Wish all RV parks could be like this one! Oh yes…reasonable prices!