County/City Parks

Every time we cross the river into the Upper Peninsula from Wisconsin we spot this campground from the bridge and say to ourselves “Wait, what’s that park?” This time around Darren remembered that fact when searching for stops along our path. It was a bit difficult to research the park as the city’s website, Read More

We love stopping at CB Smith when coming and going to the Keys. It is the perfect mid-point and has full-hook ups. There are also good places to refill our supplies and have a dinner out after spending the day traveling. Every time I reserve a spot I get a confirmation receipt that states, Read More

It is time to head toward Daytona for the Roar Before the 24, IMSA’s test session for the 24 Hours of Rolex. This park is our new favorite spot to camp on our way out of the Keys. It is inexpensive and has full hookups. We have almost always been able to snag a, Read More

July 19-20, 2014: The only reason we stay at this campground is it’s proximity to Bell’s Brewery Although I am not sure why, because it really is a very nice park. It’s very clean and well-maintained. This sites have full hook-ups and are reasonably priced. There is a small lake with a beach surround, Read More

July 4-9, 2014: This was our first time staying at a Canadian Conservation Area. We are not sure, what agency runs these parks, but they seem to be regional campgrounds, similar to city or county parks in the States. For our first time, it seems like we chose well. The spaces in our loop, Read More

June 22-23, 2014: Darren said this park was safe. Adrian Municapal Campground Our site at Adrian Municpal Campground Our site at Adrian Municpal Campground Site #9 at Adrian Municpal Campground Our site at Adrian Municpal Campground

May 15-16, 2014: We stay at this campground for one reason only. It is within scooting distance of Russian River Brewing Co. With Passport America, it is only $15 for the first night and that’s for 50 amp full hook-up. Other than an overnight, I am not sure we would stay here. It is, Read More

May 13-15, 2014: We moved a few short miles from Calistoga to Napa to be near a few shops and restaurants. During the move we stopped at Gott’s Roadside and Frog’s Leap Winery. While there, we scooted to Rancho Gordo and the Fatted Calf. The sites themselves are much nicer than Calisotga, but as, Read More

May 9-13 2014: This fairground RV park is our go-to spot when staying in Napa Valley. Mostly because there are very few choices. There is a state park, but your vehicle must be 31′ or less. There is also another fairground park in Napa, but while it is better for being in town, you, Read More

April 17-20, 2014: This is our first time staying at this park. Last year we had reservations and drove out to the park. Only to discover upon arrival that there is NO cell service here. None. Not using devices from all three major carriers, not with a cell signal booster, nothing. Since Darren had, Read More