We chose these RV Parks and Campgrounds because:
1. Convenience of location to feature attractions (great view, hiking trails, beaches, parks, events etc).
2. Clean, well maintained facilities including camping site.
3. Spacious, comfortable sites.
4. Affordability (We stayed at a few very expensive parks that had wonderful amenities but we didn’t feel it was necessary for our traveling experience).
5. Nice hosts and staff.
Pala RV Resort – Pala, CA
Spacious sights with well manicured grass, paved under picnic table, clean restrooms, dog run area, good WIFI, heated swimming pool
Fish House Inn and RV Park – Dayville, OR
Nice, level, very spacious graveled sites, well manicured grass, clean bathrooms, convenient location right in small town, very nice owners
Sea and Sand Rv Park – Depoe Bay, OR
Ocean view sites are tiered so you get a great unobstructed view even if you’re not waterfront, bathrooms are clean, staff are very helpful, happy and diligent about caring for the property.
Pecan Grove RV Park (location is 5 stars) – Austin, TX – Sorry I don’t have any photo’s of this park. The location is what makes it so special, the park is older and there are lot’s of full time residents but we really enjoyed staying here.
South Carlsbad State Beach – Carlsbad, CA
The view and beach are so beautiful!
Joshua Tree National Park – (Cool campsites )
Every campsite is cool and unique, many have access to hikes or walks, very peaceful, sky views are incredible at night
Redfish Lake campgrounds, Sawtooth National Forest, – Stanley, ID
Picturesque, beautiful area, campsites are paved and spread out (so you don’t see your neighbors), with nice fire pit and picnic table
Tillicum Beach Campground – Yachats, OR
Gorgeous views and beach, waterfront sites are awesome with nice fire pit and table, bathrooms are very clean and well maintained, campground hosts are friendly
Deception Pass State Park – (hikes, beaches, very scenic)