Elk Rock State Park, Knoxville, Iowa

It's almost the off season, end of September, and so the park does have a little different atmosphere, fall leaves, some rain, and empty during the week and almost full on the weekend. This large state park has a "regular" or non-equestrian campground area and an equestrian area. Elk Rock State Park is on Red... Continue Reading →

Joplin KOA Journey, Joplin, MO

This KOA takes hospitality to a whole new level. It doesn't state on the website whether this KOA is family owned or not but the employees really do treat you like family, or at least like very welcome guests. It's a relaxing full service KOA in mature oaks but conveniently just off I-44 in Southwest... Continue Reading →

Horizon Sands RV Park, Altus, OK

This park caters mainly to contractors and extended stays but they were able to accommodate me for three days and I saw one or two other trailers pulling in and out while I was there.  The owner was very friendly but she is retiring May 15th and the new owners are a group that own... Continue Reading →

Oasis State Park, Portales, NM

This is a holiday weekend (Easter) and I wasn’t able to get a site with hookups so we are technically “boondocking” for 3 nights although I paid for the site.  $10 a night plus a $12 fee for booking online. This small state park is just a few miles from Cannon Air Force Base and... Continue Reading →

Traveler’s World Campground, Clovis, NM

Traveler’s World appears to be a former KOA campground.  The owner tells me that his in-laws purchased it and completely cleaned it up to make it the best campground in Clovis (accordingly to yearly votes).  We left our previous place after one night because there wasn’t any place to walk the dogs and this place... Continue Reading →

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