Trailer Village RV Park, Roswell, NM

I only stayed here for one quick overnight because there wasn’t much area to walk the dogs at all. There were a few small green areas but they were part of the landscaping. Everything else was gravel and dirt. This RV Park boasts the best and least expensive souvenir shop in Roswell and Roswell isContinue reading “Trailer Village RV Park, Roswell, NM”

Chupadera Mountain View RV Park, San Antonio, New Mexico

There use to be an RV park listed in this vicinity called Bosque Birdwatchers RV Park. It appears that one is no longer here but this new one has opened recently and serves the same clientele. This is just on the edge of the Bosque Del Apache National Wildlife Refuge. The very personable owners toldContinue reading “Chupadera Mountain View RV Park, San Antonio, New Mexico”

The Bark Rangers at Petrified Forest National Park

We toured Petrified Forest National Park in early April by motorhome. Our first stop was the Painted Desert Visitor Center. There are several buildings here with a gift shop, restaurant and a bookstore/ranger station. I went in to the ranger station to get a map and to get my two Bark Rangers registered. Although whileContinue reading “The Bark Rangers at Petrified Forest National Park”

Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, AZ

I stayed here for 3 nights and would consider a long term stay at this KOA. The sites are spacious, there are nice amenities, there are many restaurants nearby, and the National Park is 23 miles away. Although we had terrible weather while here, with winds gusting up to 50 mph, I could still seeContinue reading “Holbrook/Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, AZ”

Lake Mead RV Village, Boulder City, NV

I spent two weeks here at Lake Mead National Park in the Lake Mead RV Village. This is one of several camping choices you can make while touring the national park. RV Village at Boulder Beach, with full hookups, is $28 a day. If you want full hook ups with an unobstructed lake view (oneContinue reading “Lake Mead RV Village, Boulder City, NV”

Desert Springs RV Park, Daggett, CA

Don’t be worried if you can’t reach the office by phone because they don’t open till 1:00 p.m.! I couldn’t figure out why I wasn’t able to make reservations and finally gave up. As a last resort I called the afternoon before I had to move on and finally got someone and was able toContinue reading “Desert Springs RV Park, Daggett, CA”

Castle Air Museum RV Park, Atwater, CA

This little RV Park wasn’t even on my radar until a place I booked for 2 weeks turned out to be a place I didn’t want to stay (see previous blog). So out came the campground apps, google maps, and some research. It only has 6 FHU (full hook up) sites and 6 sites withContinue reading “Castle Air Museum RV Park, Atwater, CA”

Pardee Reservoir, Ione, CA

I left after one night even though I’d paid for two weeks and I would have not stayed at all but it was after 5:00 p.m. when I checked in. I have stayed here before and it’s actually a nice place but they have one policy I don’t agree with and they surprise you withContinue reading “Pardee Reservoir, Ione, CA”

Sugar Barge RV Resort, Bethel Island, CA

I knew that Sugar Barge was a popular spot for RV rallies, always filling up, so I thought I would try it. Monthly fees are the most economical so I paid for one month –$800, includes everything. After 21 days, you are saving money even if you leave prior to one month being up. WeContinue reading “Sugar Barge RV Resort, Bethel Island, CA”

Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA

This is a KOA Express so just a small KOA with few amenities but that’s fine with me. The area seems to be mostly made up of working fishermen, restaurant employees, scientists, and a few artists. There are two research facilities here, the Elkhorn Slough Reserve and Monterey Bay Aquarium. I would say that mostContinue reading “Moss Landing KOA Express, Moss Landing, CA”