Holiday Springs RV Resort, Spring Hill, FL (Weeki Wachi)

This is a very nice, clean RV park. In truth, it is more of a permanent RV community than a campground. Most of the RV’s are park models and are very well maintained and the grounds are nicely manicured. There is laundry facilities and a large spring fed outdoor pool. It is in a niceContinue reading “Holiday Springs RV Resort, Spring Hill, FL (Weeki Wachi)”

The Hideaway Retreat, Navarre, Florida

Another winner, winner….chicken dinner! This is a hidden gem, just as the name may suggest. This campground runs along side the gulf and is nestled among many mature trees, mostly magnolias! The lots are NOT “parking lot style” but are placed a bit hodge podge which gives it all a bit of charm. As IContinue reading “The Hideaway Retreat, Navarre, Florida”

Pontchartrain Landing, New Orleans, LA

This is our second time staying here at Pontchartrain Landing when visiting NOLA. This time we had a really nice site compared to last time we were here. Our site is a gravel pull through and very level. There is plenty of space between sites, unlike the back in sites. There is no shade butContinue reading “Pontchartrain Landing, New Orleans, LA”

Speegleville Park, Waco, TX

Now this is our kind of campground! We have mostly stayed in private campgrounds, which has it’s benefits, but we definitely enjoy more privacy, quiet, and space between campers. That’s exactly what we got here at Speegleville Park. Instead of a pool, it has beautiful Lake Waco. Instead of traffic noise, it has the soundContinue reading “Speegleville Park, Waco, TX”

Top of the Hill RV Resort & Cabins, Boerne, TX (Alamo/SanAntonio)

We like this place!! First of all, it’s been a while since we’ve seen green grass (been in the desert too long) so our first impression was favorable. It is as it states, and the campground DOES sit at the top of a hill so you have a good view. However, Interstate 10 runs rightContinue reading “Top of the Hill RV Resort & Cabins, Boerne, TX (Alamo/SanAntonio)”

Carlsbad KOA, Carlsbad, New Mexico

We had quite a surprise when we arrived…..Carlsbad Caverns is 45 minutes away!!! The name is a bit deceiving. Also, the swimming pool is closed (no New Mexico pools were inspected this year) and the restaurant is closed (another Covid strike). The sites are gravel and level but you must watch where you walk dueContinue reading “Carlsbad KOA, Carlsbad, New Mexico”

Taos Valley RV Park, Taos, New Mexico

This campground was just OK…..not really remarkable in any direction. It was all gravel and dirt but the pull through sites were level. There was a somewhat dilapidated picnic table at each site. The location was decent – located on the edge of town so it was close to attractions and shopping. WIFI was nonexistentContinue reading “Taos Valley RV Park, Taos, New Mexico”

Santa Fe Skies RV Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico

We definitely enjoyed staying at this campground. It’s set up on a ridge overlooking Santa Fe. The owner has decorated the campground with works of metal art as well as antique cars, trucks, and machinery. The sites are mainly pull through, full hook up, level gravel with beautiful cement patios equipped with a patio tableContinue reading “Santa Fe Skies RV Park, Santa Fe, New Mexico”

Distant Drums RV, Camp Verde, AZ

This is a truly wonderful campground. It is located off the highway, so easy off and on. It is about a 20 minute drive to Sedona. The cement pad had a slight incline and the entire park was very well maintained. The staff were all friendly and helpful. It had a dog run and aContinue reading “Distant Drums RV, Camp Verde, AZ”

Trailer Village RV Park, Grand Canyon, AZ

We all definitely liked this campground. When we pulled in to our sites, we were greeted by elk roaming the park. The sites were not completely level, but they were really nice cement pads. There were trees throughout the park – we were parked under a mature oak tree so we were pelted with acornsContinue reading “Trailer Village RV Park, Grand Canyon, AZ”