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Bonanza Terrace RV Park – Reno, NV

January 31, 2015 • I-80 CampingComments (0)

Bonanza Terrace RV Park is a little hillside gem! The campground has great vista for viewing city lights at night. They have clean bathrooms and the grounds are well maintained. We Can’t wait to check it out this summer. From:: I-80 Camping

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The Travel Camp – Green River, WY

July 28, 2014 • I-80 Camping, Interstate 80Comments (0)

The staff is friendly and helpful at the Travel Camp. Our check in was quick and easy. The campground has clean bathrooms, showers and laundry. They also have a nice store. The camp sites are easy access. It’s a high desert landscape, with warm days and

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Fort Collins/Lakeside KOA – Fort Collins, CO

November 15, 2013 • I-80 Camping, Interstate 80Comments Off on Fort Collins/Lakeside KOA – Fort Collins, CO

As full-time RVers, we had the worst experience of our lives at the Fort Collins/Lakeside KOA campground and RV park. In my opinion, the owner has violent temper. He became threatening and verbally abusive when my wife asked about the extra fees they charge

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Buckboard Crossing National Forest Campground – Green River, WY

October 18, 2013 • I-80 Camping, Interstate 80Comments Off on Buckboard Crossing National Forest Campground – Green River, WY

Great National Forest campground, but not to be confused with the privately-owned Buckboard Campground and Marina located adjacent to the National Forest Campground. They have decently sized sites, water, electric, some pull-thrus, wind/sun shelters. The

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American Wilderness Campground – Grafton, OH

October 18, 2013 • I-80 Camping, Interstate 80Comments Off on American Wilderness Campground – Grafton, OH

American Wilderness Campground was well maintained, but the restrooms are pit toilet (out houses) which we were told when booking we would be near the restroom area if we wished to use them, due to not having sewage, but did not explain they were outhouses.