We arrived with our 36 foot class a motorhome and we’re not sure if there was room. Met by the camp host or some very nice employee and told us which spaces we could pull it into. Was very quiet not a whole lot of people. No hook ups water nearby but a great place to relax and explore Lake Mead. The fee is $20 per night and with the senior citizen discount only $10 per night.￼
Park has a campground with several elec/water hookup sites and the rest are water-only or dry camping. Baseball field nearby as well as playground and covered picnic/event area. Great access to nearby off-roading trails and plenty of exploring. Camping area is all gravel. Spaces are pretty level. Trash cans available. Local roadrunners come up to camp and look for some treats. Some train noise and highway noise but not really noticeable except middle of the night. Local market nearby and some restaurants and bars. Only 27 miles to Parker AZ and about the same to Quartzsite AZ and I-10.
We stayed here for four nights and actually enjoyed it in spite of the heat during the afternoon hours. Our space was on the end so we had a lot of privacy but near the I-40. That didn't bother us but it might bother those who are looking for total quiet. The nights were fantastic!! The lakes here give it a nice feel since it's in the Mojave desert between Barstow and Ludlow California. The staff was VERY friendly and helpful. The best part for me was the pool which was clean and cool.
We stayed here for four nights. Full hookups are nice, easy and clean. We did not use the bathrooms or showers due to the pandemic. The check-in staff was very friendly and informative and nice. The spaces are a little bit too close together, but on pavement with a picnic table at each site. Trash disposal available as well as a small area to take the dogs for their business. There are a lot of amenities in the campground. Even a fish-cleaning area for those who like to fish in the many local lakes and streams. The park is located on the north side of town.
We stayed here for four nights. Originally only booked two, but because of the recent fires in the Sierra Mountains, many people had cancelled and the park wasn't very full. So we added two more nights. Very cute little town of Lee Vining along Highway 395 in California. Our views of the mountains and Mono Lake were a bit obscured by the wildfire smoke drifting through the area as it was in much of the west at this time. But we could tell that without the smoke, the views would be awesome. The spaces are bit close together, but nice lawns and facilities. Walk to grocery store, Mono Cone burger joint, sporting goods/hardware store, etc.
We stayed here for one night on our way south from Likely CA. Our space was very clean as was the rest of the RV park. Nice laundry room. Full Hookups. Nice helpful staff. The casino was next door however due to the pandemic, we do not go in those or restaurants at this time. Only 18 minutes into Reno going south on Hwy 395.
This was our first time to La Pine County Park. Unfortunately it was during the horrible fires of the west coast and Oregon was not spared. The smoke was thick although not as bad as previous camping locations the day before. The campground is laid out in a very nice way. The spaces are not close together and from behind most of them are trails into the woods or down to the Deschutes River. We had full hookups and stayed for two nights. There is a dog area about an acre in sized that is fenced in for the dogs to enjoy getting exercise.
We stayed here two nights on our way south. It was during the major fires in Oregon so most of the time it was socked in by thick/heavy smoke. Like brown fog. Not at all the fault of Peach Beach. The spaces were very nice and clean and a lot of lawns. Lots of large shady trees and a great place to relax. Wish we had better weather situation but that's how it goes. Just hope all are safe in fire areas all over the west. All spaces have water and electric, and some have sewer hookups. We had a picnic table and plenty of lawn and room around our space. We stayed in space #70. When we arrived we were greeted by the camp host with a bag of peaches. Very nice touch. Thank you Peach Beach!!
Stayed here for four nights. Arrived on Friday and it’s a busy, fun place over the weekend. Emptied out on Sunday and only a few campers left Monday and Tuesday. Electric and water hookups. Dumping for gray and black water on site. Wonderfully delightful camp host. Lot of opportunities for water activities except while we were there the lake had a toxic algae problem so we didn’t go in.
Stayed here for four nights. Was last week in June so temperatures in the 90's. Beach/cove is very nice and good place to paddle-board or kayak. Didn't use restrooms but the rest of the campground was clean and tidy. Not much traffic within the campground. Some interstate noise but not bad. Full hook-ups, picnic table and shade trees. Check-in staff was very friendly.
We stayed here for one night while traveling between Lakeview OR and Medford. It's a clean, cute little campground located in Chiloquin, north of Klamath Lake. Easy walk to Williamson River where there is a dock and boat ramp. The spaces were very close together however. Staff was friendly and we didn't use the restrooms or laundry facilities so can't comment on the cleanliness. But from the looks of the park, I'm sure they were clean. We could not use the BBQ because the RV next to us had a slide that came out over the BBQ. (see photo) But overall, very nice, small park in a great location.
This was a great one-night stay. We wish we had more nights there and will definitely go back at some point. Campground perched on a hill above the lake with easy access trails down to the water. Lot of lake activity (kayaking, boating, water skiing, etc.). Camp sites are nicely spaced apart. Views of the lake are great! Full Hook-ups.
This is a newer Jackson County park (maybe 2-3 years old). It is easily accessible and located on the northern part of Medford in Central Point (Medford suburb if you will). The landscaping and grounds are impeccable. The sites are level and each site has a picnic table and campfire space, as well as small lawn areas. The sites are a good distance from each other. There are restrooms and showers available (showers were closed due to COVID while we visited). Many restaurants and stores nearby. Short drive to hike on Table Rock mountain. There is a nice sized, fenced dog area as well. Full hookups at a good price.
This is a Linn County park located just a few miles southeast of Lebanon and northwest of Sweet Home off the Santiam Highway. The park is located along the Santiam River and apparently a good fishing spot as we saw several people fishing. There are hiking trails in the woods and also a Disc Golf course. Hook-ups for Electric and Water only, but they have a "waste water" (gray water) disposal every few sites where you can pour any gray water. There is a sewer dump station located in the park. The sites are spaced out nicely and the park is very quiet.
We stayed here for eight nights and enjoyed the peacefulness of this park. The Host/Volunteers are very friendly and keep the park very clean. There is no direct access to the Columbia River but the views of the river and opposite shore are very pretty. The interstate is close by, but other than that, it's a beautiful park with mature/older trees and plenty of shade.