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Roca Azul RV & Resort

Roca Azul RV & Resort, Jocotepec, JAL -- It's paradise! The sites are huge! The water pressure the best! I just love it! Plus remember, Roca Zzul has the second best weather in the world!

Rafael Rafa

Wenatchee River County Park

Wenatchee River County Park, Monitor, WA -- Beautiful Campground, nice bathrooms and showers, our site was near the river. Metal sculptures scattered about thru the campground. Near town. Large sites. Great place to stay.

Evelyn Billings

Take It Easy RV Park

Take It Easy RV Park, Winslow, AZ -- The campground was covered with red soil, so the bottom of my pants got all red after I cleaned the sewer hose with water. I think it will be muddy when it rains. The manager was helpful and friendly. And it was quiet. Nothing bothered me at the campground. I called and made reservation over the phone. I will stay again if I pass by that area.

Young Jin

Arizona High Country Campground

Arizona High Country Campground, Clay Springs, AZ -- I'm torn as in I really would rather keep this hidden gem a secret, however, credit should be given where it is due. This is not the overnight spot or the rv resort. This is where you'll spend a few days plus, enjoying a small well kept campground that is off the beaten path with motorized off road trials along with excellent hiking opportunities available immediately outside the campground. With the assistance of the owners and some patience one can get a 40' coach, off road toys and associated trailer tucked in nicely amongst the junipers and enjoy a week long stay as our family does. During our stay in May '21 and again October '21 we found the owners to be very accommodating for large rigs such as ours, as well the smaller rigs we would see come in. They are all ages friendly and off road toys friendly.

Steve Larsen

Aldersgate Camp & Retreat Center

Aldersgate Camp & Retreat Center, Ravenna, KY -- A couple of things: When you make your last left turn, you are on a very narrow road for about 3.2 miles. GO SLOW. There are many blind curves, and there is not enough room to pass. Be careful. When you come to two stone pillars, the place you want to turn is the next left. Signs are small. When you go into the campground, you will find that there are concrete pads to back in to, that are flat and solid. Power is excellent. Water pressure might want a regulator. BUT all in all, once settled in, you are going to find the area to be super quiet and peaceful. We hope to come back here and spend a month. BTW, there is a great deal of interesting history you can walk to.

Christopher Jones
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