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Christmas RV Park – Christmas, FL

April 26, 2021 • I-95 CampingComments (0)

Christmas RV Park has large, shaded sites with beautiful, mature trees. It’s a dog friendly park, with a fenced doggy play area. Unfortunately, due to the large, loose gravel roads, it is very difficult to walk around (or bike), and terrible for the dogs, so you end up walking on people’s grass, wh Read More

Whispering Hills RV Park – Georgetown, KY

December 13, 2017 • I-75 Camping, Interstate 75Comments (0)

Whispering Hills RV Park has very nice, clean, level sites… although you must use a water pressure regulator. The campground has a Friday night movie with great popcorn. It’s easy to get around. Parking was crowded, as you had to park nose to tail on

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone/Daddy Joe’s – Tabor City, NC

November 25, 2017 • I-95 Camping, Interstate 95Comments (0)

This Yogi Bear’s Jellystone park is a great campground. The park has nice, clean pull thru sites with plenty of room between sites. The property has paved streets and the sites have concrete pads, fire pits, picnic tables. If you have kids this is the

Tecopa Hot Springs Resort – Tecopa, CA

November 25, 2017 • I-40 Camping, Interstate 40Comments (0)

I absolutely love Tecopa Hot Springs Resort. The mineral waters in the tubs (and all around in the natural pools) are absolutely invigorating. I don’t know what it is about the water there but it sucks away muscle tension instantaneously and as a high

Shoreline RV Campground – Crescent City, CA

November 25, 2017 • I-5 Camping, Interstate 5Comments (0)

Here’s my review of Shoreline RV Campground in Crescent City, California. Pros: Beautiful Views from your RV site (Lighthouse, etc.), Beach-front access, Many pull-through sites, Pretty cheap @ $34.00 a night for 2 people (electric & water) — Each