Located about 2.5 miles south of the Beaver Meadow entrance station, this is another gorgeous park, with great views of the meadowlands. We've named it one of the best campgrounds in Colorado. https://rvlifestyle.com/best-campgrounds-in-colorado/
Andy Bowie County Park, 7300 State Park Rd 100, South Padre Island, TX 78597, USA
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https://rvlifestyle.com/rving-on-the-texas-gulf-coast/ For RVers, Andy Bowie County Park allows year-round boondocking (dry camping) near the beach for just $20 a night. Restrooms and showers are nearby. Paved sites with full hookups are also available; rates vary by season and range from $40-60 a night.
Lewis Lake Campground Rd, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, USA
Generator Free Area
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There are 85 sites here, all sites are rustic so you’re boondocking. The max RV length is 25 feet. It has picnic tables, potable water, and vault toilets but no generators allowed.
Season: June 15 – Nov 3
Rates: $20 per night (Senior Pass holders receive a 50% discount)
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https://rvlifestyle.com/arches-national-park-campgrounds/ Typically fills in the morning from March-October due to its proximity to Moab, its shade in the summer, and beautiful scenery.
There are 18 sites here, all rustic so you’re boondocking. There are no showers, electricity, dump stations, or drinking water at these sites.
I. B. Magee Beach Park, 321 N on the Beach, Port Aransas, TX 78373, USA
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https://rvlifestyle.com/rving-on-the-texas-gulf-coast/ A few miles north is Port Aransas, where boondocking is also allowed on the beach at IB Magee Park. There are also 75 pull-through campsites with water and electric hookups a few yards away from the water’s edge.
As boondockers, our favorite spot is the Presque Isle Campground, on the western end of the park.
It has 50 sites and about half are generator free. This is quiet. You can sometimes hear wolves howl at night and most of your neighbors are in tents, campers, or small RVs.
Then you can drive to Summit Peak and walk a half-mile to the observation tower for the premier panorama of the park.
Finally, down at Presque Isle, hike the 2-mile loop formed by the East and West River Trails that run parallel to the wild and scenic Presque Isle River. Boardwalk and viewing platforms allow breathtaking views of this river. Spectacular waterfalls, cascades, and rapids are just a short walk from the parking area.
Presque Isle Campground's season runs from April 1st – November 30th. Reservable dates are April 1st – October 15th.
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What can we say about Slab City? A bit weird, to be sure, and decidedly not upscale. You can live there for a day, week, month, year, or even decades, and no one will complain about your being there. The majority are probably there for short periods of time, but there are quite a few who live there year-round and have been there for many years. Free RV parking and a very eclectic community.
Bridge Bay Campground Rd, Yellowstone National Park, WY 82190, USA
PEOPLE ARE SAYING:
There are 432 sites here, 165 pull-throughs. All sites are rustic so you’re boondocking.
Amenities include potable water, flush toilets, a dump station, and ice/firewood for sale Generators are allowed from 8 am to 8 pm.
Season: May 15 – Sept 22
Rates: $28 per night (Senior Pass holders receive a 50% discount)
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There is a trail overlooking the north rim directly from the grounds, making for an outstanding view. Discover why it's named one of Colorado's best campgrounds: https://rvlifestyle.com/best-campgrounds-in-colorado/
https://rvlifestyle.com/arches-national-park-campgrounds/ Located again right on the Colorado River, there are 11 sites here. All sites are rustic each site has a
picnic table and fire ring. There are no showers, electricity, dump stations, or drinking water at these sites.
Season: Open year-round
Rates: $20/night all sites are first-come, first-served
https://rvlifestyle.com/arches-national-park-campgrounds/ This site is rustic with 120 sites dotted around miles of road – if you don’t want neighbors you can definitely getaway. There are picnic tables, fire rings, vault toilets at each site however there are no showers, electricity, dump stations, or drinking water at these sites. Make sure to bring drinking water.
Know that campsites have limited shade and if you are planning on camping mid-May to mid-September, daytime temps can range from the mid-90s to 105 F.
https://rvlifestyle.com/arches-national-park-campgrounds/ Devils Garden has 51 sites. The campground does not have dump stations, or electric, water, or sewer hookups. However, flush toilets and drinking water are provided, and campsites contain picnic tables and fire rings.
Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument spans about one million acres. It is a vast stretch of desert with a white-sandstone mesa, with incredible views, natural bridges and even a 126 foot high water fall. Be sure to stop by visitor centers for an overview.
The area is mostly white-sandstone mesa with some pretty incredible views, as well as some steep drop-offs. Here are all the best things to see and do in the area with an RV: https://rvlifestyle.com/the-grand-staircase-8-best-things-to-do-see/
Boondocking spot with great hiking, biking, stargazing, and incredible massive boulders.
There are picnic tables.
There are few electrical sites, a visitor center too.
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