Campground Reviews

Here are our honest impressions of the places we stayed at; includes the good and the bad and, of course, are based on our particular needs at the time and what we like to do. Your mileage may vary! I know that using the term "Campground" may not always be accurate here because we stay in RV parks often, but it was the simplest way to describe the various places we park our home as we travel!

Arizona, Amado: De Anza RV Resort
Arizona, Apache Junction: Lost Dutchman State Park
Arizona, Camp Verde: Rancho Verde RV Park
Arizona, Casa Grande: Casa Grande RV Resort
Arizona, Cave Creek: Cave Creek Regional Park
Arizona, Dragoon: Triangle T Historic Guest Ranch
Arizona, Mesa: Usery Mountain Regional Park
Arizona, Page: Page Lake Powell Campground and RV Park
Arizona, Patagonia: Patagonia Lake State Park
Arizona: Picacho Peak State Park
Arizona, Prescott: Point of Rocks RV Campground
Arizona, Quartzsite: Quail Run RV Park
Arizona, Safford: Roper Lake State Park
Arizona, Scottsdale: McDowell Mountain Regional Park
Arizona, Tucson: Catalina State Park
Arizona, Tucson: Desert Trails RV Park
Arizona, Tucson: Justin's Diamond J RV Park
Arizona, Willcox: Ft Willcox RV Park
Arizona, Yuma: The Palms RV Resort

California, Borrego: Agua Caliente Regional Park
California, Desert Hot Springs: Sam's Family Spa
California, Julian: William Heise County Park
California, Oceano: Oceano County Park
California, Redding: Green Acres RV Park
California, San Diego: Mission Bay RV Resort
California, San Diego: Santee Lakes Recreation Preserve - 2015
California, San Diego: Santee Lakes Recreational Preserve-2013
California, San Diego: Santee Lakes Regional Park and Campground-2012
California, Winchester: Lake Skinner Recreation Area
California, Winterhaven: River's Edge RV Resort

Colorado, Buena Vista: Mt Princeton RV Park
Colorado: Colorado Springs: Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Colorado: Denver, Chatfield State Park
Colorado Denver: Cherry Creek State Park
Colorado, Durango: Alpen Rose RV Park
Colorado, Grand Lake: Elk Creek Campground and RV Resort
Colorado, Longmont: St Vrain State Park
Colorado, Loveland: Boyd Lake State Park
Colorado, Gunnison: Tall Texan RV Park
Colorado, Mancos: Mesa Verde RV Resort
Colorado, Ouray: 4J+1+1 RV Park
Colorado: Trinidad: Trinidad Lake State Park

Idaho, Bellevue: Riverside RV Park
Idaho, Boise: Boise Riverside RV Park
Idaho, Ririe: Juniper Campground at Ririe Reservoir
Idaho, Twin Falls: Rock Creek Park

Montana, Bigfork: Outback Montana RV Park
Montana, Columbia Falls: Columbia Falls RV Park
Montana, Hamilton: Black Rabbit RV Park
Montana, Missoula: Jim and Mary's RV Park
Montana, St Regis: Campground St Regis

Nevada, Wells: Angel Lake RV Park

New Mexico
New Mexico, Albuquerque: High Desert RV Park
New Mexico, Bernalillo: Coronado Campground
New Mexico, Cedar Crest: Turquoise Trail Campground and RV Park
New Mexico, Elephant Butte: Elephant Butte Lake State Park
New Mexico, Santa Fe: Santa Fe Skies RV Park
New Mexico, Santa Fe: Trailer Ranch RV Resort
New Mexico, Silver City: Rose Valley RV Ranch

Oregon, Ashland: Emigrant Lake County Park
Oregon, Bend: Crown Villa RV Resort
Oregon, Boardman: Boardman Marina Park
Oregon, Grants Pass: Riverpark RV Resort
Oregon, Myrtle Creek: On the River Golf and RV Park
Oregon, St Paul: Champoeg State Park

South Dakota
South Dakota, Custer: Custer's Gulch RV Park

Texas, Fredericksburg: Lady Bird Johnson Municipal Park
Texas, Junction: Pecan Valley RV Park
Texas, Toyahvale: Balmorhea State Park

Utah, Cedar City: Best Western Town & Country RV Park
Utah, Escalante: Canyons of Escalante RV Park
Utah, Hurricane: St George RV Resort
Utah, Kanab: Crazy Horse RV Camp Park
Utah, Salt Lake City: KOA
Utah, Torrey: Thousand Lakes RV Park
Utah, Yuba State Park

Washington, Sequim: John Wayne's Waterfront Resort


  1. Woohoo! This is very cool to keep going. We write briefly about the parks we have been to, which is only two so far, but I like this format for fellow nomads. Thank you!

    1. Thanks! I find it so helpful to read the camping reviews of fellow RVers who seem to have the same interests as we do so I figured I should do the same so others can benefit from our experiences on the road.


    2. I am blown away by accidentally discovering your blog. We are looking for a campground in Tucson and haven't had the opportunity to leave home as yet and are hoping we can find a place somewhere to fit our needs. We are worried but hopeful.


  2. We find your campground reviews very helpful. We are seriously considering spending more time on the road. I just wish some of the the campground web sites were more specific when it comes to what is available for those of us with dogs. We have two herding dogs that need their daily exercise so our decision as to where to stay takes their needs into consideration.