UnnamedAdventures

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Deadwood, SD

Joined May 2019

A couple traveling full time, debt-free, with their dogs in a Travel Trailer - weekly blog and podcast.

Great spot to rest your eyes after a long day of driving

There are many free spots on this road where you can pull off and setup a tent or small RV. The spot we stayed was nestled near a lake that offered a great sunrise and sunset. Thank goodness there were some hard frosts before and I could only imagine this spot being infested with mosquitos. This was a nice spot for an afternoon and stay for the night but I don’t think we would have stayed longer at our specific site (we passed about 2 other sites that looked slightly more roomy. Overall we would recommend this area if you need a FREE place to stay with awesome sunrises and sunsets. Also check when the hunting season is as we just missed it and based on others reviews from other websites it would have not been a pleasant morning to wake up to gunshots.

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Sleep with the prairie dogs and were the bison roam!

Sage Creek Campground is a unique place to pop up a tent and sleep with the prairie dogs and where the bison roam. You are literally camping next to them! This is a first come first serve campground that is FREE in the National Park Service! Motor homes, pull behind trailers, and other recreational vehicles greater than 18 feet in length are prohibited. The limitation does not apply to horse trailers as a portion of the Sage Creek Campground is designated for horse use. Get to this campsite early as it does fill up fast(I would say before 2:00 pm). This campground provides a unique experience where you are staying in the prairie. There also are some backcountry sites that you can check out as well, but were full by the time we were going to set up camp. We recommend checking out this campground and checking the unbelievable night time stars!

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Relax and unwind at this privative campground!

Lake Auburn Campground part of the Carver Park Reserve was an awesome primitive style campground. We stayed here in late September and into October. There are 57 sites with an unguarded beach, playground, volleyball court and tons of miles of trails to shred on foot or bike. All of the campsites are very clean along with all of the other facilities and amenities they offered. The playground is awesome for all ages as it accommodates something for all ages and size groups from a traditional playground set for the younger ones, volleyball net and concrete bag toss boards(which you would need to bring your own bags, but possibly could rent if the office was open). I think there are more things that you can rent when the office is open as well(only during prime season). We would highly recommend staying at this campground and look forward to checking it out in the summertime!

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Great spot to relax and enjoy nature!

Amazing lakes with extra large campsites. This was another favorite during our trip through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. There was a limited number of campsites available but all were very large with a fire ring and picnic table. While driving up to the campground you are on a picturesque 2 lane highway with trees surrounding you. As you pull in the campground is well taken care of with the campsites spread out from on another. If you have a kayak or canoe bring it as there are spots to launch your vessel. The vaulted toilets were clean and the drinking water was pure. We would stay here again except we would stay longer!

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Wish we could have stayed longer!

During our trip through the Upper Peninsula of Michigan this was one of my favorite campgrounds. The only reason we didn't stay longer was fear of our rig not starting up again and leaving us stranded. This campground had LARGE campsites with 2 separate loops and plenty of room between campsites. There was only one other group at this campground on the second loop which we never saw. The road to this campground is gravel and is a very pretty drive winding through the woods. At night it is very surreal as the only sounds you hear are the ones you make and an empty night sky. The canopy tree cover makes it tough to see the night sky but there are openings where you can see the sky full of stars. The lake was very peaceful and calm. There were a couple of small docks at each of the campground loops. If you have dogs beware the lake bottom is heavy dark mud and can be troublesome getting off your dog if they decide to take a dip. They also have clean vaulted toilets which is always nice(just beware of large spiders). We would recommend staying at this campground for an extended stay!

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Large Campground with lots of "permanent" sites

This is your typical summer ultimate hangout spot for all and locals alike. There were tons of permanent. RV spots as this campground has over 300 sites and many of them had full service hook-ups. We stayed during the slow season and was raining the entire time. When the rain periodically stopped we were able to explore the expansive campground which allowed for a nice walk. Due to the ground being completely saturated at the time we weren’t able to explore off the paved or gravel roads. Overall it was a great dated campground to stop at. In the summer time I’m sure this place is hopping with all of the amenities open. We would come back here again during the off season as we don’t like the crowds of people!

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TONS of stuff to do and see with large RV sites!

We stayed at the Historic Blakeley State Park campground in the Apalachee Campground. This is a super cool campground and state park with tons of stuff to do. The RV campsites are very spread out providing ample privacy from your neighbors and other park visitors while still providing water, power and sewer hookup ups. This campground loop was named in honor of the Apalachee Indians who once occupied park grounds. We would recommend staying at this campground or even the tent sites as there is TONS of stuff to do with lots of history!

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Great location to hear waves crashing on both sides while you sleep

The location of the campground is great with awesome sounds and sights nearby. The campground itself was completely full and felt like we were packed in like sardines with many of the other campers not respecting our campground site or park rules in general. I saw numerous people strolling across other people's campsites along with ours. People also did not use appropriate firewood and collected it from the park(which they got talked to by the Park Rangers). Once everyone’s excitement settled down at night about 10:30 pm you could hear the sound of the waves crashing from the Gulf of Mexico and the bay. This made for an easy night sleep. We would recommend staying at this campground as the location had great history and things to do from touring Fort Pickens, walking the beach, fishing or taking a stroll on the Florida Trail.

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Great location and value for the $$$

This campground is nestled in the middle of a neighborhood on Lake Dallas. There are about 15 RV sites(30/50 amp), 15 primitive sites with showers and restrooms. This campground is well patrolled and maintained. There is a couple mile walking trail at starting at the campground that is paved. The campsites are pretty well spread out and many of them have awesome views of the lake. We would stay here again!

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Worst WMA Land Ever Visited

This WMA land is the worst that I have ever stayed at. If you stay here and don’t need to leave your vehicle your probably safe. We ended up staying here on our drive from Texas to Alabama and thought it was a great spot on the map to stop as its close to the highway(Historic Highway 80). The location was great due to the proximity to the highway and there was very minimal road noise. Since we got their late at night we were unable to really get a full lay of the land. We pulled in and used the turnaround and setup camp. After an incident that night with our dog rolling in human feces we knew we wouldn’t like the site of the camp in the morning. After we cleaned him(thank goodness we had lots of water and dog shampoo) we went to bed only to hear barking of stray dogs. The next morning we kept our dogs on a tight leash and were in disarray with the amount of garbage and trash around the camping area. Overall don’t stay here unless you absolutely have to. The road in is Gravel and.05 miles from a paved road. Russell Sage WMA is open Year round. There are 1-5 campsites at this location and the maximum RV length is 25 feet. You may stay 14 days at Russell Sage WMA.

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Great Camping Area and Large Sites!

This was our first stay in Oklahoma camping. I highly recommend staying at this location or the location across Fort Gibson Like(Johnson Bay). The campsites are very specious and most if not all of them overlook the lake. We stayed here during December and there was only one other camper present. There are vaulted toilets and water around the camping area. You can stay up to 14 days for free at this location. We will return next time we are passing through!

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Beautiful Location and great campsites!

This campground has 3 separate loops. The loop we stayed at did not allow generators. This was campground is walking distance to the Ranger Station, Camp Store and best of all the lake. The sites are very roomy and included fire pits and picnic tables. The rangers do patrol the campground often to ensure guests are practicing best bear safe practices. You will see and possibly encounter wildlife. This is a great campground that allows you to visit some of the“less” busy parts of the park with ease.

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Lots of activities and history for your stay!

Another well maintained campground and even better state park with tons of different things to do with the entire family. For the campground there are tons of trees that offer great shade and trails for walking. The shower house is very clean and felt"modern" for a state park. If you like history and camping this is your spot.

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Free Electricity & Water! Great spot to rest your eyes off of highway 2

This is a top free campsite in a small town urban setting with free electricity. Yes FREE 30 amp or 15 amp electricity. The city park is adjacent to a small golf club that this park shares the same driveway with(and bathroom facilities). There is no dump station or hook-ups but there is water available at the club house. The grounds are very well maintained with lots of large trees.

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Excellently maintained campground and great for boon-docking

This is one of the best National Forest campgrounds that we have been to. All of the 8 sites are very spread out and unique on their own. There is an abundance of wild life along with some great bluff views. The campground is very well maintained and well cared for. There are 2 vault toilets and now other extra amenities near the campsites. There is a water supply you can use but the water must be treated. You can stay a max of 14 days. We highly recommend this campground!

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Great location and reasonably priced!

This is a well loved for family owned campground. We stayed in the tent camping area and felt like it gave great privacy vs. the typical rows of RVs. There is tons of shade in the tent camping areas were as the RVs were more in the open but have the opportunity to have gorgeous distant lake views. We would stay here again as the location is perfect for getting into the park while being family owned and responsible priced.

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Great spot to relax and soak up the sun!

Very nice, clean and well maintained campground. The grass and landscaping is immaculate. The sites are large and spread out. There are only a few select spots with partial shade. This campground is a great spot to relax, soak up the sun or watch a set of A-18 Fighter Jets fly through the valley while training.

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Great location with awesome views of the Columbia River Valley

Great location with awesome views of the Columbia River Valley. Well maintained grounds and amenities for a Thousand Trails campground. Awesome and accommodating staff.  There is a walking path that you can access easily from the campground that goes to the end of Crescent Bar.

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Feels like you are camping in Jurassic Park!!!

This campground feels like you are taking a step back into time or being part of Jurassic Park. There are many spots right along the river which you can place a smaller(less than 25’) travel trailer or RV. Each spot has its own landscape and plenty of space from your neighbors. This campground does not take reservations as its first come first serve. There also are not any hook-ups for water, sewer or electrical. The weather has its own climate and we stayed in early August and temperatures stayed around the 65-70’s during the day and a little cooler at night. We would come back here again!

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Wish we could have stayed...

Wish we would have been able to stay at this location. We spoke with the camp host over the phone and said they would be able to accommodate our small travel trailer and would text the address which never happened so we followed the address on the website. Upon getting to the site location designated on the map/website both gates to the driveways were gated and locked. We walked up to a larger camper that looked occupied and was designated for the camp host cabin, knocked and no one answered. It looked like a unique property if we could have stayed there which we planned too. We then proceeded to find a campsite near the Hoh Rain Forest entrance at Olympic National Park and boondocked.