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Bruneau Dunes State Park Idaho

We drove from Emigrant Springs State Park in Oregon along I-84 through Boise and on to the state park south of Mountain Home passing through Boise and following the Snake River.   Bruneau Dunes is a lovely state park in southern Idaho surrounded by some tall dunes (largest single structure dunes in North America) and a few lakes.   The …

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Farragut State Park Athol Idaho

  Farragut State Park is located north of Coeur d’Alene and offers beautiful camping sites year round. Besides having a beautiful lake for summer fun it also provides lots of hiking and biking trails. We have visited here a number of times, plus we lived nearby, so it is an all time favorite place to visit.   Campground: Waldron Campground …

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Lundbreck Falls Provincial Park Alberta

We have stayed at Lundbreck Falls on countless occasions and have found it easily accessible for an overnighter. In the past few years the summer months have found the campground always full so we have stayed elsewhere. This year we were passing through during the off season and we were the only ones there!!! Yay!!   Campground: Lundbreck Falls Provincial …

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We headed south on Hwy 36 just east of Forestburg (on Hwy 53) to make our way to Milk River. The road and the drive were lovely and represented some wonderful Alberta prairies scenery. It took us through the Brooks area and Taber (don’t forget to get some corn). Further south of Taber was the Chin Lakes Campground along the …

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Moabi Regional Park Peninsula Campsite 8D

Moabi Regional Park is operated and maintained by San Bernardino County but managed by Pirate Cove Resort. A bit confusing but if you want to stay here then contact Pirate Cove. More on Pirate Cove later.   Moabi Regional Park is south of Needles just off of I-40 along the Colorado River. There are two main campground areas of the …

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Riana Campground - Abiquiu,NM

Abiquiu is a small town located north of Santa Fe by about 60 miles and was made famous by the painter Georgia O’Keefe. It is home to Cerro Pedernal (Flint Hill), Ghost Ranch, a monastery in the desert, a mosque, lots of hiking trails and forest roads, and is surrounded by gorgeous scenery.  It is a beautiful area which we …

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Morefield Campground resides inside Mesa Verde National Park about 4 miles from the entrance to the park. You climb approximately 1,000 feet up a steep grade with sharp dropoffs and fabulous views. Not for the weak of heart. Once at the top you are on a beautiful mesa. The campground has a nice campground store area with a souvenir shop, …

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Cottonwood Springs Campground

We have stayed at Joshua Tree National Park in the northwest corner at Black Rock Campground and thoroughly enjoyed the area. We explored the central area of the park also but never got down to the southern area. So we decided to go to Cottonwood. And they said it could not be done. Yep,we did it!  We put a 40′ …

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Davis Camp Park - Bullhead City AZ - South Beach

We visited this park one day while staying in Laughlin. We always like to check out other RV parks and campgrounds in the area in case we are missing something. This RV Park/campground is a Mojave County park with both an RV Park area and North and South Beach camping areas. We are usually more interested in camping areas than …

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Written on Nov, 25, 2014 by in , , , , | 2 Comments.

Wow, we love this park. Neat, clean, huge, spacious sites, lots of privacy, and a great cell signal with strong data. Big Bend is the newest Nevada State Park and has 24 large, level sites with full hookups added in 2009. And it shows it. Welcome to Big Bend (not to be confused with Texas’ Big Bend National Park)!   …

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