Finding Campgrounds & RV Parks

If we are traveling and looking for a park for a few days, we search using these links until we find a park we like. We rarely reserve and we only pay for one night to start. On the second day we decide how long to stay.


Membership Parks

Passport America You pay an annual fee, it is worth it! Each year they add more quality parks.

Escapees Parks. You pay an annual fee, well worth it if you travel in these areas.

Harvest Hosts. You pay an annual fee, dry camp for free and make a donation.


Free Directories

Campground Reviews

Good Sam Club

All Stays or $$ Pro Version

RV Parky

Free Campsites


Elks Lodges

Join the Elks; it takes a few months. The link Elks RV Parking lists lodges that have posted their RV parking. That site is a good start, but many lodges not on the list will accommodate you. We use link for all lodges Elks Lodges. They may not have posted but might welcome you to stay. They may even drag out a power cable for you! See Elks visits for a list of lodges we have stayed at up through May 2014.

Government Parks

Reserve America. Government parks are listed here. Optional sign up.

BLM Camping. Bureau of Land Management areas are listed here.

Forest Service Dispersed Camping. Dry camping in out of the way places.


Renting at Ownership Parks

These are the nicest parks and include resorts like Arkansas's Ozarks Luxury RV Resort on Table Rock Lake and Stone Ridge RV/Golf in Idaho.


Detailed Directions


Finding Parks Tutorial

Parks we have visited and rated: These are the RV parks that we have visited, listed by state and rated.

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