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Cottonwoods RV Park and Campground: Columbia, MO

Cottonwoods RV Park is an excellent park all around. They are not especially fancy, but they cover the basics very nicely indeed. We Paid: $40…

Lake Rudolph Campground & RV Resort: Santa Claus, IN

Every once in a while I get to review a campground that breaks the mold in some way. Lake Rudolph fits that bill exactly. We…

Shadrack Campground: Bristol, TN

Shadrack Campground caters to those attending a nearby Nascar track, but we found it good for weary travelers and an amazing bargain with Passport America.…

Bean Pot Campground: Crossville, TN

If you are looking for a bargain, Bean Pot has you covered. If you are looking for the nicest park you can find, not so…

Natural Bridge KOA: Lexington, Virginia

Natural Bridge KOA continues a recent trend for us of rather nice KOA parks in the East Central US. While a little expensive their price…

Bull Run Regional Park: Manassas, VA

Bull Run Regional Park is located near the Bull Run battlefields in Manassas. It offers some very unique opportunities for visitors and makes for a…

Cherry Hill Park, College Park, Maryland

Cherry Hill Park has been in business for decades, but you would never know as it is a modern, beautiful RV park and campground. The…

Timothy Lake Resorts: East Stroudsburg, PA

Timothy Lake Resorts consists of two separate parks near one another: TLR North and TLR South. We stayed at the South branch. It is a…

Hershey RV: Lebanon, PA

Finally, a Thousand Trails park I actually liked! Hershey RV is a cut above the other North East parks in its family with good sites…

Bear Creek Campground: Lake Compounce, CT

Bear Creek Campground is the on-site campground for the Lake Conpounce amusement park. It's the oldest park in the US but Bear Creek was built…

Gateway to Cape Cod Campground: Rochester, MA

Gateway to Cape Cod Campground is pretty typical of the Thousand Trails camps we have visited: large, a little run down, but has a lot…

Timberland Acres RV Park: Trenton, Maine

Timberland Acres RV Park was our home for Two weeks as we explored Acadia National Park and the surrounding areas in Maine.  We Paid: $50 per…

Skowhegan KOA: Canaan, Maine

Skowhegan KOA is the sort of KOA I'm not especially fond of, It's somewhat expensive and only middling in quality. We Paid: $47 per night for…

Moody Beach RV Resort

Moody Beach is among the worst parks we've stayed at during our travels. It's not outright terrible, but I would not recommend it. We Paid:…

Kampfires Campground: Dummerston, VT

Kampfies Campground is a great little park that caters not only to campers but also to local residents looking for a little summertime fun. The…

Cooperstown KOA: New York

Cooperstown KOA is a decent park in a lovely part of upstate New York. While the park staff was very courteous, the park needs some…

The Villages at Turning Stone: Verona, NY

The Villages at Turning Stone in Verona New York may have a strange name, but it sure is a nice park! We Paid: $47 per…

Hickory Ridge Golf & RV Resort: Holley, NY

Hickory Ridge Golf and RV Resort is a nicely run operation that caters both to golfers and those simply visiting northwest New York. We used it…

Westfield/Lake Erie KOA: Westfield, NY

Westfield KOA is probably the all around nicest KOA park we have yet stayed at. The price is somewhat high but you get a good…

Woodside Lake Park: Streetsboro, OH

While first impressions of Woodside Lake Park were good our week long stay left us somewhat disappointed with this RV park in northern Ohio. We…