Grand Teton 007 Campbell River 003This page will be updated on a regular basis with links to reviews or blog posts of past and  current campgrounds; including private, state and national parks, national forests and other free camping areas.2013-05-14 at 09-11-08






Please click on the RV park or free camping area name to link to the review or blog post.


AnchorageGolden Nugget RV Park

ChitinaCopper River Campground

Denali National ParkRiley Creek Campground, Teklanika River Campground

HainesOceanside RV Park

HomerMariner Park

Seward  – Stoney Creek RV ParkWaterfront Park Campground

TokChevron Gas Station 


Benson – SKP Saguaro Co-op

CongressNorth Ranch

PhoenixEstrella Mountain Regional Park, White Tank Mountain Regional Park

Tucson –  Bar J RV Park, Catalina State Park

QuartzsiteDome Rock Mountain – free, Dome Rock Mountain blog post

Why – Coyote Howls East


Eureka SpringsDam Site Lake


Bishop Volcanic Tablelands – free 

Borrego Springs (Anza Borrego State Park)Clark Dry Lake – free

Desert Hot SpringsSam’s Family Spa

El Centro – Plaster City OHV Open Area – free

Fresno – Three Palms RV Park

Lone Pine – Tuttle Creek Campground

Noyo HarborSportsmans RV Park, Sportsmans RV Park (blog post)

Redwood ValleyCoyote Valley Casino

San DiegoMission Bay RV Resort

Smith River Lucky 7 Casino


Denver – Cherry Creek State Park


DestinHenderson Beach State Park

Eastpoint (St. George Island)St. George Island State Park

Flamingo (Everglades National Park)Flamingo Campground

Key WestGeiger Key RV Park


AtlantaStone Mountain Park Family Campground

Fargo (Okefenokee Swamp) – Stephen C. Foster State Park


BlackfootFairway RV Park


SearsportSearsport Shores Camping Resort

SouthportGray Homestead Camping


Gardiner (Yellowstone National Park) – Rocky Mountain RV Park & Lodging

Helena – Lincoln Road RV Park

St. Mary (Glacier National Park) – Johnsons of St. Mary Campground and RV Park


Baker – Sacramento Pass Recreation Area

Carson CityWashoe Lake State Park


AlbuquerqueEnchanted Trails RV Park & Trading PostBalloon Fiesta RV Facilities – open only during Balloon Fiesta (blog post) 

Taos – Taos Valley RV Park


NehalemNehalem Bay State Park

NewportPort of Newport RV Park & Marina

PortlandJantzen Beach RV Park

Port TownsendJefferson County Fairgrounds

Waldport McKinleys RV Park

Winchester Bay Winchester Bay RV Resort


GatlinburgCamping in the Smokies


Salt Lake CityPony Express RV Resort


Astoria Fort Stevens State Park

ConcreteGrandy Lake Campground

OkanoganSweat Creek Campground

SeattleTulalip Casino


Moose (Grand Teton National Forest) –  Upper Teton View – free

Yellowstone National ParkMadison CampgroundMammoth Hot Springs Campground

4 thoughts on “Campgrounds

  1. I love it that you are & will be posting campground reviews, particularly since you appear to enjoy the same sort of spots as my husband and me. It would be wonderful if you could include reviews of the places you have stayed in Canada, as it seems quite difficult to find decent reviews of campgrounds in that country.

    Hope Angel is continuing to do well – I think of your beautiful doggie very frequently.
    Best wishes, Amy

    • Hi! Campendium hasn’t set up for Canada reviews yet, but in the meantime, if you know of destinations and would like any information, please let me know. I’m happy to share what we know. Thank you for sending out good thoughts to Angel, she is incredibly perky right now.

  2. So glad I found you guys and your blog! It’s karen Saucier from boating trip in Bahai de Los Angeles. We reconnected with Chuck and Terry as you did too! I love what you’ve written Brenda and Hectors photos are wonderful! We’re in Loreto, on our way north again, planning the next week in Conception Beaches and crossing back to Us around March 26. If our paths cross it would be great! Please put me on any email or blog lists, will look forward to more posts.
    Best, Karen

    • Hi, Karen! Please make sure to add your e-mail to our home page so you can follow the posts. We’re headed to Loreto Saturday for whale-watching on Sunday, and then to Playa Santispac. Maybe we’ll see you there! Thanks again for making us stop for clam digging – that was so fun! Safe travels.

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