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Blue Heron RV Park

Blue Heron RV Park, Hornbrook, CA -- Wow! This place is awesome. We only stayed one night but wish we had time to stay longer. Just 7 miles off I-5 but light years away from the rest of the world. Full hookups on very level concrete pads. Large roomy spaces and oh so very quiet. Restrooms and showers first class (even the floors are heated. Our space was right on the Klamath River so we sat in the big comfy chairs all afternoon and observed all the ducks, geese, osprey, hawks, crows, fish and the river just glide by. The owners and the camp volunteers were friendly and helpful. I would not hesitate to stop here the next time going along I-5 or better yet stop for a few days just to unwind.

Mark Chase

Countryside Motel & RV Sites

Countryside Motel & RV Sites, Sturgeon Bay, WI -- Stayed 4 days July 10th to 14th. Nice and open, Great wi fi, clean restrooms and showers. Country atmosphere and short drive to Little Sturgeon. Owners are fantastic. We travel from May to Nov and would highly recommend if you like piece and quiet.

Jerry Henslin

Shadrack Campground

Shadrack Campground, Bristol, TN -- It's our fIrst time in the area and picked Shadrack for it's close location to Bristol and it's PA membership. I have read reviews saying that there was flash flooding last year and seeing the pictures, I was a little concerned. Now that I'm here, I'm completely relaxed. Entrance IS intimidating. The road out front has two lanes each way with a turn lane in the middle and trees block the sign pretty well. When you see the entrance sign, you cannot see that the gravel drive continues down (180 from the road) if you are driving. You have to turn in at a 90 degree angle (that seems like it's about at at 45 degree angle down), straight toward the building, then turn another 90 degrees to be parallel with the building. Once you check in, it's another 90 degree turn down a continuation of the hill to get to the campground. The campground is mostly a flat field with a couple trees and gravel drives. There IS a creek that is running behind it. Apparently the flash flooding last year brought that creek up several feet because that is what would be needed for the park to flood. Despite the fact that it is just off the road, and just down from the speedway, it is relatively quiet here. There are some older run down trailers here and there, but we're parked with several very pricey, brand spankin' new class A's. There are mountains all around the campground here and actually, all around the entire area. You can head either direction on the road to pick up supplies as everything you could ever want is located in either Bristol or Johnson City. Washing machine room is nice and clean. Washers are $2. Dryers are $1.50. Water, electric, sewer and wifi all work well. We have Sprint and have great cell phone service. The fenced in dog area is 25x50. We found a couple doggy daycare sites nearby to allow us to fully explore.

Tammy Lawrence

Three Flags RV Park

Three Flags RV Park, Black Hawk, SD -- The campground was very nice, clean, loved the bathrooms. The showers were awsome. Very friendly especially when we had a vehicle issue and tried to help. It was a pleasure to stay there and would recommend to anyone. Thank you

Brian West

Big Fir Campground & RV Park

Big Fir Campground & RV Park, Ridgefield, WA -- Great place to camp in R.V. Sites are surrounded by tall fir trees so each site is very private even if it is in an urban area. Very clean and well kept. We would go there again.

Sandy Linder
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