This is a very crowded mobile home park that has a few motorhome/RV sites. No amenities such as shower or toilets. They do accept and honor Good Sam and Military for a 10% discount.
Convenient to Cliff Walk, Historic Newport, US Navy Base.
Tight fit but close to the National Park and downtown Medora.
The town of Medora truly supports the Theodore Roosevelt National Park.
This is a pleasant RV park close to the Crystal River where Manatees can be seen and enjoyed.
The no see um bugs can be overwhelming though! A great park overall though.
This park seems to flood and have limited sewer sites but is a great place to find Shark teeth and other fossils. I once had to abandon my Tilapia as the alligator appeared to want it more than me!
Close attractions include the Solomon Castle, well worth visiting.
A Thousand Trails facility. Not all services are available at each site. Wonderful setting with either woods or water views.
A quiet place to get away from it all.
Close to Anacortes and whale watching boat trips.
Cell reception is bad but there are businesses and the library in La Conner where cell reception is good.
Nestled in the mountains with a German Bavarian feel this is a wonderful, peaceful, and wooded campground.
Fishing abounds, winter sports are nearby and the town of Leavenworth is an awesome place to visit anytime of the year.
The sites are tight, but the dog friendly beach is a short walk away. The beach hosts kite flying and sand castle building contests. The town is open and friendly. A Thousand Trails facility
I've enjoyed all my visits to this Park. It is close to the town of Seaside and it's beaches, museums, shops, restaurants and attractions.
Astoria and the Columbia River provide Lewis and Clark historical sites and Tillamook is a definite go to see facility. Portland is only an hour or so away via a scenic drive that has a natural water spring available to load up your water jugs.
The park has all the normal facilities and amenities. It is separated by a road creating one side with wooded sites and the other side a more barren environment. Clubhouse on one side, laundry on the other side. A nice place to park the RV while exploring the area.
Typically a full park with people staying the summer seasonal months. The park is located in a rural setting with deer and bluebirds nearby your campsite. Across the road is a small herd of long horned cattle.
Many attractions are close by: Rapid City, Mount Rushmore, Crazy Horse Memorial, Deadwood, Sturgis, Custer State Park, Blackhorse, Badlands.
The people are nice and the park clean. The sites are close together, I suppose to allow for many seasonal residents.
However, this park is located in an area where exotic fruit trees grow and many ornamental wholesale growers are. Dragon fruit, Mangos, Avocados and others.
An easy drive to visit the Everglades National Park and the Biscayne National Park.
Mid-Bay Shores, Maxwell/Gunter’s military Florida resort was formerly called Lake Pippin, the new name, Mid-Bay Shores, was chosen to better reflect the beautiful white sandy shores of Choctawatchee Bay that the resort faces. The gated entrance is just before the Choctawatchee Mid- Bay Bridge, a toll bridge that connects Niceville and Destin. 28 RV spaces with full hook-ups– water, electrical and sewer, and six overflow sites with just water and electrical hook-ups. Visitors have access to barbecue grills and picnic tables next to their facility. There is also a new bathhouse with laundry facilities.
It's the views that bring you to the Ho Hum RV Park. I had a waterfront site and thoroughly enjoyed letting the dogs run on the beach. At the end of the fishing pier you can see the crabs clinging to the support poles.
Great Gulf views.
I'm a frequent visitor here. It seems I'm here every six months or so. When I walk in the office I'm greeted warmly by the staff and truly made to feel like I'm family.
The sites are clean and well maintained and you are either across the road from the intercoastal waterway where US Navy ships sail in and our or you are just a short distance back but still with a view of the big ships coming and going. I love this park.
This campground is a Corps of Engineer facility with 51 sites with electric and water available. A dump station is onsite as you leave. Open year round the campground is set along the Caloosahatchee River where campers can watch the boats and manatees pass through the Ortona Lock.
Nature abounds in and near the park. Alligators, osprey, quail, egrets, otters and other wildlife are frequently seen here.
The grounds are well maintained and the staff are knowledgeable and friendly. This is a great place to bring the family for a quiet adventure in nature.
This location reminded me of the TV show ‘I Dream of Jeannie’. Located near Cocoa Beach and Cape Canaveral it is directly along the historic Banana River. Reservations are not accepted except for active duty personnel and you are encouraged to call ahead as sites are only available on a first-come, first-served basis especially during the months of November thru February when the campground traditionally maintains close to full capacity with retiree snowbirds. This Famcamp has 156 well maintained full-service sites with 30/50 amp capability and ten primitive camping sites along the beach front. Two shower houses and laundry facilities are clean and convenient to all campsites. Patrick AFB has a large PX/Commissary as well as a bowling alley, swimming pool, Class VI store, and you can eat at the DFAC. Love the sound of reveille and taps as well as the sound of freedom as the C-130's and helicopters come in and out on the nearby runway.