Magnificent views of the Middle Falls, which is 250 feet across and drops 107 feet.
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This is an easy hike for families and older folks. There’s a swinging bridge, waterfall, and a river. There are some shallow caves in the cliffs 1/3 of the way into the trail. Dogs on leashes are allowed.
Looks beautiful! Are you allowed to go swimming there?
This state park is situated inside the Cascade Range and Modoc Plateau natural region, and is set in a gorgeous forest. It has five miles of stream and lake shoreline, including Lake Britton, and amazing hikes.
There is also the gorgeous 129 foot Burney Falls waterfall that alone is worth the trip. The campground is also very nice, with a beach, boat ramp, camp store and more.
After thought: pretty much need a toad/vehicle; not a lot to do within walking/bicycling distance.
Just came back from a nice stay at Desoto SP. One of the best we've experienced! Sites are nicely spaced out, not crowded on the next. Shaded, some are asphalt paved. If not paved, graveled, pretty level. Picnic tables, most have fire rings.
Situated along the scenic Blue Ridge Parkway, Julian Price Campground is a favorite destination for hikers, anglers, and boaters. Many consider it one of the best RV campgrounds in NC Mountains.
It sits adjacent to Price Lake, a picturesque body of water that stands out against the backdrop of the hills behind it.
The Blue Ridge Parkway is a 469-mile byway that follows the elevated crests of the central and southern peaks of the Appalachian mountains. You can drive this scenic byway from Shenandoah National Park to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park.
This campground has something for all members of the family. Canoe rentals are available at Price Lake. You can also enter the lake in other non-motorized boats.
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Located about 10 minutes from Asheville, this campground is convenient for those that like to enjoy both natural and cultural attractions. Hike in the morning, and enjoy dinner out in the evening! Having the best of both worlds makes this one of the best RV campgrounds in NC mountains!
The campground is located in a heavily wooded area, along the banks of Lake Powhatan in the Appalachian Mountains. At an elevation of 2,200 feet, there are nearby mile-high peaks, thick forests, and gorgeous waterfalls.
Lake Powhatan has something for everyone! Families can enjoy a nearby lake featuring a sandy beach. Anglers will love fishing for trout on the lake or in the nearby French Broad River!
Lake Powhatan provides visitors with boat rentals during the summer season (Memorial Day to Labor Day). However, personal watercraft is prohibited.
The forest boasts many hiking and mountain biking trails near the campground. The summer offers visitors interpretive programs if you are interested.
The campground itself is set up with four loops. Each campsite comes with a picnic table, fire ring with a grill, and lantern post. Some sites do offer RV hook-ups.
Campers can purchase firewood, ice and other small items from the small on-site store.
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Some say this is the most beautiful state park in Utah. Desert landscape with breath-taking canyons and cliffs. Amazing sunsets and sunrises. Dogs are permitted on the trails. The star-filled dark skies are breathtaking. We highly recommend.
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Immense vertical cliffs meet with canyons carved by ice, water, and wind creating a visual masterpiece.
Great dispersed camping in the Ozark National Forest. Campsites are secluded from each other and have fire rings. Great hiking trails around the bluff with great valley views. Vault toilets at each end of the campground.
Spent an awesome 3 days exploring different parts of the south rim of the Grand Canyon. We did not have an RV at this point, so we were staying in a hotel. We did explore the campground that was on the national park premises and it looked fabulous, clean, and it wasn't crowded and we were there over 4th of July, 2021. Can't wait to go back in my future Leisure Travel Van Wonder!
Stayed in Grand Canyon RV Resort, took the train into GC. We had hiked the GC several times in the 90s, this was our first time back in over 20 yrs. In June, it was HOT. Glad we had the train experience, but once was sufficient for us. Next time, we will drive in. GC is AMAZING and breathtaking as always!
This 120-acre state park is located in the scenic Ozark Highlands area of northeastern Oklahoma. It is a popular destination a nice family, weekend getaway.
If you are in search of a great spot for a picture, look no further than the 77-foot waterfall that cascades through rock formations. This park is a popular place for fishing, hiking, seeing wildlife, playing volleyball, and disc golf.
The campground offers RV and tent campsites. Full hook-up sites with sewer, electricity and water hookups are available. There is a dump station on-site as well.
There is no wifi, but the campsite is pet-friendly.
Other modern amenities include restrooms, a play area, picnic tables, gardens, hiking trails, sports courts, disc golf, and a convenience store.
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What a great place to take the kids or grandkids! This park, (previously known as the Red Rock Canyon State Park), offers a great stop to get some energy out. And if you get tired of your RV, you can do some Glamping here, too!
Enjoy the gorgeous red rock scenery that was once home to the Plains Indians. Then use the swimming pool, fish, and play on the playground before enjoying lunch at a picnic site.
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A great place to park your RV and explore the Little Rock and North Little Rock area. Located on the Arkansas River, across a bridge from the William Clinton Presidential Museum and Library. Great bike path along the river on both sides, walk, or step on to the free Trolley Ride!
It is an upgraded parking lot. Does have full hookups and a very strong Wi-Fi system in the gated park.
Our very first trip in our RV. A shakedown trip, if you prefer. Good trip, nice campground, seems well managed, kept up, quiet. Very enjoyable, very glad we went there.
Country store = check in, has ice, propane, basic park maps. Some sites have sewer, also dump station at exit.
The largest display is a living model of a Caribbean coral reef ecosystem. The other displays include:
seagrass, mangrove, lagoon hardbottom, nearshore reef habitats, and deepwater Oculina coral reef.
There are several smaller aquarium displays and microscope displays where you can get a glimpse of the microscopic marine world. A touch tank also gives you an up-close encounter with local marine life.
Hours are Mon-Sat from 10am-4pm and Sun from 12pm-4pm. Admission is $4.25/person.
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Hanging Rock State Park is one of the best RV campgrounds in NC mountains! Why? It has cool geological features and an abundance of outdoor recreation.
The 73-site campground located in Hanging Rock State Park can accommodate RVs, but there are no hook-ups. Although you would be dry camping, there are picnic tables and grills available. Drinking water and showers are available in the campground.
The park offers endless adventures: hiking, biking, mountain climbing, fishing, and so much more.
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Davidson River Campground is open year-round. It is located about four miles west of the town Brevard, which is less than a one hour drive from Asheville. It offers camping and outdoor activities the whole family can enjoy.
Davidson River Campground is located in the Pisgah National Forest, which boasts an elevation of 2,150 feet.
The surrounding landscape offers mile-high peaks, thick forests with hardwood and conifer trees, and beautiful waterfalls. The access to the beautiful natural landscape makes this one of the best RV campgrounds in NC Mountains.
The campground provides several shaded loops with well-shaded campsites. It also has easy access to fishing spots, waterfalls, hiking trails, and other nearby attractions in the Pisgah National Forest.
The site itself is organized into eight loops, some adjacent to water. They come equipped with a picnic table, campfire ring with grill, and lantern posts. Hot showers and flush toilets available.
Campers can also purchase firewood or ice onsite, or rent bikes nearby, if needed.
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We do not recommend traveling around an RV in Key West. We recommend camping at Boyd’s Key West Campground on Stock Island which is about 2 miles outside of Key West proper but almost 5 miles from Key West staples like Mallory Square and Duval Street.
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