Bradley H.

Pro

Albuquerque , NM

Joined September 2019

Park is back to completely open

Hurricane Harvey flooded most of the park in 2017 but now it is completely open. The park is very nice. It is very typical of Texas parks…. awesome!!

Riverside RV Park, Victoria, Texas

The city of Victoria operates a very nice RV park adjoining the city’s recreational complex. 18 pull through sites have full hookups and are generously spaced. Cost is $12.00 per night and all sites are “first come, first served”. 50 amp service is available on each site.

The park is located within a park and adjacent to the park is a paved walking/biking path that if taken to the south, leads over to the Guadalupe River. Along the river is a 18 hole City golf course, minor league baseball field, duck pond and a children’s museum. All beautiful landscaped and maintained by the city of Victoria.

I highly recommend this park and I would certainly stay here again in the future!!

First to Review
Low cost alternative for a over night stop

Typical low cost, close to the interstate RV park. Nothing fancy here. Many long pull through sites with level gravel sites. Very nice bathrooms, showers and laundry room. Employee was super friendly and courteous! Park lies between Interstate 10 and the railroad tracks so it is not a quite place. If you need an overnight stay like us…. the price is right. $26.00/ full hook ups with Good Sam discount.

Very nice BLM campground !!

We love BLM campgrounds and this one is no exception!

Low on amenities but high on solitude and beauty

Bradfield is a very nice BLM managed campground. Set down in the canyon of the Dolores River below McPhee Reservoir. Campground has 17 improved campsites with picnic tables and fire pits. There is one hand pump for fresh water. No electric or dump station. $8.00 per night.

Dolores River Canyon is absolutely beautiful. The river is crystal clear and there is resident trout swimming about. Fishing is allowed but some stretches are catch and release. The canyon surrounds the campground so light pollution is blocked and the night sky is wonderful.

We stayed here for 5 nights in our 5th wheel. Highly recommend this campground!!

Not sure if overnight camping is allowed.

We stayed here one night with our 32’ fifth wheel. There was only one viable sight for a big RV by the pavilion. The road leading to this area is not conducive for big rigs. I had to put my truck in four wheel to get out. There is no signs stating “no camping” but there is a sign that says the park is closed from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. We liked the area a lot but all day there were local people coming to park next to us to also enjoy the lake. We planned on staying for a couple of days but left the next day. We wouldn’t stay here again.

Not sure if overnight camping is allowed.

We stayed here one night with our 32’ fifth wheel. There was only one viable sight for a big RV by the pavilion. The road leading to this area is not conducive for big rigs. I had to put my truck in four wheel to get out. There is no signs stating “no camping” but there is a sign that says the park is closed from 10:00 pm to 6:00 am. We liked the area a lot but all day there were local people coming to park next to us to also enjoy the lake. We planned on staying for a couple of days but left the next day. We wouldn’t stay here again.

Very nice small town park

Riverside RV Park is great. No frills , just a clean and safe place to spend the night or several days. $35.00 a night gets you full hook ups and a pleasant, quite spot to park. Located on the outskirts of Kemmerer, Wyoming. 17 sites are offered for RV s of all sizes. 8 are back in that are up along the Ham Fork River. The others are paved pull through. All have power, water and sewer. Owners are terrific! Cell phone coverage is very good and park WiFi is the best we have been around in 6 months! I highly recommend Riverside for anyone looking for a one night stay or needing a number of days in a charming town.( Kemmerer is Home to the original JC Penny department store). If you like to hunt for fossils, the surrounding hills are full of them. Fossil Butte National Monument is just 11 miles from town.

Lo Lo Hot Springs is Hot!

Very nice campground across Hwy. 12 in Montana. Campground is ill defined so it feels more like camping out in the woods. Fire pits with picnic tables. 30 amp electric with water. Dump station on site. $38.50 per night or $25.50 with senior discount. Cabins are available and there is numerous tent sites. Pretty nice campground. Across the highway is Lo Lo Hot Springs. Very rustic with a $8.00 entry fee. Inside group tub and outside pool. There is a lodge and bar also on site. We spent 5 days in our 5th wheel at LoLo.

Great park to get some rest!!

Great small town RV park. $20.00 per night with electric. No sewer or dump station. Water on site but not to RV pads. Level, asphalt pads are all pull-through and long enough for my truck and 32 foot 5th wheel. 50/30 amp hook ups. Park is attached to a rodeo grounds so you might check availability on the weekends. We were only going to stay one night but the park is so nice that we stayed another two nights.

Nice park for a short stay

$30.00 a night gets you full hook up and a nice place to park your rig. Nomad campers have a separate section apart from the long term campers. Short term have the best view of Heart River. My only complaint would be the very rough gravel entrance road. Just go slow and all will be fine!

Medora, North Dakota, 40 minutes west, is Home to Theodore Roosevelt National Park and the Medora Musical Theatre. I highly recommend both and the Musical will renew your passion for our great country!!🇺🇸🇺🇸🇺🇸

Very beautiful spot on Lake Oahe/ Missouri River

This location used to be called Indian Memorial Campground but now it is operated by the Standing Rock Sioux Tribe. It is now called “ the Bay at Grand River Casino & Resort”.

The campground is beautiful. Lots of large trees offer shade to most of their 81 RV slots. Grass surrounds each site and a picnic table and fire ring complete the accommodations. There is 30/50 amp service at every pad. They have recently added water to 28 of the 81 sites. No sewer hookups are available on any of the sites. There is a dump station available on the premises. Most of the pads are of good size. Our RV is a 32 foot, 5th wheel and we had no problem with parking it and our long bed truck. On the property are two bathroom facilities with showers that extremely clean and up to date! Some tent sites are available along a large park within the campground. A resident flock of wild turkeys reside at the campground and are regular visitors as it gets dark. Nearby boat ramp gets you on Lake Oahe is just a few minutes. Across the lake is the town of Mobridge SD. Everything you might need is there. The staff are awesome and very welcoming!!

Regular charge per night is $25.00 but the charge for seniors 55 and older is $15.00. That’s a bargain for what you get in return.

This is an extremely nice campground and the price is right.

We highly recommend “the Bay at Grand River!!

Mouse River Valley is beautiful !

Mouse River Park is a large RV park nestled between the trees and alongside the Mouse River(Souris River). There are many sites but most seam to be seasonal from local people who come here on weekends. So, there are limited sites for people looking to spend a few nights and move on. Darrell is the caretaker and a great guy. Call him before you come and he will reserve you an available site. $15.00 a night with water/30amp power but there is no sewer hook ups. They have community restrooms and showers. Mouse River is a beautiful place and is surrounded by a National Wildlife Refuge!

Beautiful City Park

Langdon City Park is great, quiet place to park your rig! Very nice setting with a large park attached for the kids to play. Even has a city pool but was not open (Covid-19). They have 4 sites(10-14) that are large enough for the biggest RV. 9 sites are for smaller campers. Large sites have concrete pads and grass surroundings. Each site has 50/30 amp service with water and sewer. $20.00 a night and reduced rates for weekly and monthly. Trees are abundant so lots of shade. Golf course 2 miles north of town. Only 17 miles to Canadian border. Very nice City park!!!

First to Review
Very nice city owned RV park

Legion Park is a city operated RV park in Greenbush, Minnesota. Very nice grounds with grass sites and many large oaks trees around each site. There only ten sites with water and 30 amp power. Sites are $15.00 per night. No sewer hook up but there is a free dump station on site.The grounds are well maintained. Minnesota Highway #11 runs right alongside the park so there is road noise durning the day but decreases when night falls. There is a very nice 9 hole golf course, a nine iron away from the RV slots. $12.00 to play nine holes. The RV park is first come, first served with no reservations. I recommend this campground for either an overnight or extended stay. We camped for 4 days in July.

Great city owned RV park!

The town of Littlefork offers a 15 site RV/camping park alongside the Little Fork River. Beautiful setting with sites in the open up on the hill and sites along the river in the woods. 50 amp electric and water with no sewer. There is a dump station in town. Sites are $20.00 per night. $100.00 for seven nights and $300.00 for a month. This is a very nice park and well run by Roger!! I would definitely give it five stars if it had sewer at the sites. Highly recommend for the price and the small town feel!!

Great spot for a break from Interstate 40

Very nice RV park within 2 miles of I-40 near Winslow, Az. Park has about 35, nicely spaced RV pads on asphalt. Very nice restrooms with excellent showers. Many pads with electricity and water. No sewer but they have a free dump site at the entrance. Each site has planted trees and fire pits. Exploring ancient Indian ruins is a great addition to your stay.