Road Trip with John & Cathy

Full-time RVers Travel Diary

2017 – Campgrounds we have stayed at

York NE 2017

Rockin J Campground, George West, TX
Fredericksburg KOA, Fredericksburg, TX
Sonora RV Park at Stadium Park, Sonora, TX
Parkview RV Park, Fort Stockton, TX
Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon, TX
Prude Guest Ranch, Fort Davis, TX
Desert Willow RV Park, Van Horn, TX
Las Cruces KOA, Las Cruces, NM
Kivi RV Park & Horse Hotel, Bernardo, NM
Dancing Eagle RV Park, Casa Blanca, NM
Holbrook / Petrified Forest KOA, Holbrook, AZ
Flagstaff KOA, Flagstaff, AZ
Picacho / Tucson KOA, Picacho, AZ
The RV Park at the Pima County Fairgrounds, Tucson, AZ
Holt RV Park, Gilla Bend, AZ
Southern Mesa RV Park, Yuma, AZ
Hidden Beaches RV Resort, Blythe, CA
Route 66 Golden Shores RV Park, Topock, AZ
Preferred RV Resort, Pahrump NV
Tonopah Station RV, Tonopah, NV
Ely KOA, Ely, NV
Crossroads RV Park, Wells, NV
Rock Creek RV Park, Twin Falls, ID
Jerome / Twin Falls KOA, Jerome, ID
Bruneau Dunes State Park, Mountain Home, ID
Melheur County Fairgrounds, Ontario, OR
Burns RV Park, Burns, OR
Expo Center RV Park, Redmond, OR
Collier Memorial State Park, Chiloquin, OR
Dexter Shores RV Park, Dexter, OR
Clackamette RV Park, Oregon City, OR
Brookhollow RV Park, Kelso, WA
Washington State Fairgrounds, Puyallup, WA
Ellensburg KOA, Ellensburg, WA
Spokane County Fairgrounds & Expo Center, Spokane Valley, WA
Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, Missoula, MT
Camp 3 Forks, Three Forks, MT
Hardin KOA, Hardin, MT
KC RV Park, Kaycee, WY
Deer Creek Village RV Park, Glenrock, WY
Riverview Cruise Inn Park, Loveland, CO
Pueblo Journey KOA, Pueblo, CO
Goodland Journey KOA, Goodland, KS
Cambridge City RV Park, Cambridge, NE
York KAMPground, York, NE

Rockin J Campground, West, George West, TX

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$20/night

There are 36 FHU pull-thru sites.  Lots of green space.  We drove through town and saw “Geronimo.”

Fredericksburg KOA, Fredericksburg, TX

Fredericksburg KOA

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$66.15/night

KOA Value Card

Once a week the campground does hold a potluck social where guests can meet in the clubhouse with the staff.

We based out of this campground visiting the Lyndon B. Johnson National Historic Park that includes his birth place in Johnson City and his ranch at stonewall, Luckenbach, the National Museum of the Pacific War and the Admiral Nimitz Museum.

Sonora RV Park at Stadium Park, Sonora, TX

Sonora RV Park at Stadium Park

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$20/night

Passport America Campground

If you are going to stay at this campground, I suggest that you give them a call.  The owner will meet you out near the highway and drive you down to the campsites.  There are not attendants at this campground.  It was good for a one night stay.  The area was quiet.

Parkview RV Park, Fort Stockton, TX

Parkview RV Park

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$14/night

Passport America Campground

Campground was not fancy, but it worked for an overnight stay.  FHU Sites.  The bathrooms could use a little updating.

We took a drive around town checking out several historic sites in Fort Stockton.

Marathon Motel & RV Park, Marathon, TX

Marathon Motel & RV Park

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$35/night

Passport America Campground

Stargazers will like this park.  It is a dark sky park.  They also have a few spots like this in the park where you can setup your own telescope.   Any given night, someone is out with a telescope.  If you don’t have a telescope don’t worry, the owner was out every night we were there and he would let you look through his telescope and talk about the night sky.

While staying here we drove down to Big Bend National Park.

Prude Guest Ranch, Fort Davis, TX

Prude Guest Ranch

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$19.50/night

Passport America Campground

This is a working ranch that happens to have a small campground.

While staying at the Prude Guest Ranch we visited Fort Davis National Historic Site and the Mcdonald Observatory.

Desert Willow RV Park, Van Horn, TX

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$13.50/night

Passport America Campground

This is a good campground for an overnight stay enroute.  This is a small campground with only 26 sites.  There are bathrooms.  The Wifi was good.  The owner was very nice.

Las Cruces KOA, Las Cruces, NM

Las Cruces KOA

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View outside the motorhome front window.

$31.23/night

KOA Value Card

The KOA sits on a hill overlooking town below.  Typical KOA amenities.  At this KOA there were some monthlies.  This was a good campground for an overnight stay.

While we were here we visited the Recycled Roadrunner.

Kiva RV Park & Horse Hotel, Bernardo, NM

Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel

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$15/night

Passport America Campground

This is a smaller campground.  A bit dusty, but the whole area was dusty.  Good wifi.  They have space for your horse if you are traveling with one.  A little bit of road noise, but not bad.  Good for an overnight stay.

We based of out here for a couple of days – going to Salinas Pueblo National Monument, Very Large Array and the San Miguel Mission.

Dancing Eagle RV Park, Casa Blanca, NM

Dancing Eagle RV Park

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$11.36/Night

Basically a gravel parking area with full hook-up sites. Back-in sites and a few pull thru sites in the middle. Dancing Eagle Casino within walking distance from RV park.  Price was good.

While staying here we took a side trip over to Acoma Pueblo and Mesa Encantada.

Holbrook KOA, Holbrook, AZ

Holbrook KOA

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$40.76/night

KOA Value Card

Nice store.  Typical KOA amenities.  Good wifi.

From here we took a road trip to Winslow, AZ to see the Standin’ on the Corner park.

Flagstaff KOA, Flagstaff, AZ

Flagstaff KOA

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View outside our windows.

$48.92/night

KOA Value Card

This KOA has lots of trees and sites were not level.  The layout for the campground was kind of confusing.  The bathrooms closest to us were closed during our time here because they were working on them.  The wifi was good.

While staying at this KOA we took a couple of day trips.  The first one was to Walnut Canyon National Monument, Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument, and Wupatki National Monument.  The other day trip was to Sedona to view the red rocks.  John visited the Lowell Observatory.

Picacho / Tucson NW KOA, Picacho, AZ

Picacho Tucson KOA

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View outside our front window.

$46.05/night

KOA Value Card

The colt in the photo was born just 2 days before we stayed here.  It was fun watching him try to stand and walk around.

This campground has pull-thru gravel sites, a laundry, wifi and a café.

We stayed on a water / electric site on the edge of the campground because we thought the site was more spacious than the full hook-up sites.  The down-side was we couldn’t connect to the wifi.

While staying here we visited the Casa Grande Ruins National Monument.

The RV Park at the Pima County Fairgrounds, Tucson, AZ

Pima County Fairgrounds

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$17.86/night

This campground is about 5 miles east of Tucson.  It is close to the Saguaro National Park.  The RV park was quiet.  50 amp service and big rig friendly.  They were just adding wifi to the campground when we were leaving.

While staying here we visited Saguaro National Park, Tombstone, Kitt Peak National Observatory and the Richard F. Caris Mirror Laboratory.

Holt RV Park, Gilla Bend, AZ

Holt RV Park

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Statues near campground.  

$13.52/night

Passport America Campground

The Holt RV Park is located be Holt’s Shell Truckstop.  There are 24 sites with water and electric. 30/50 amp service and wifi.  There is a dump station, laundry and propane filling station.  To register, you need to stop in the Truckstop first, before getting a site.

We based out of here to visit Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument.

Southern Mesa RV Park, Yuma, AZ

Southern Mesa RV Park

Suni Sands

$26/night

Passport America Campground

This campground is about 8 miles south of Yuma.  You can use the Passport America discount up to 14 days.  It is an older snowbird park in Yuma.  There were quite a few snow birds here when we stayed.

Hidden Beaches RV Resort, Blythe, CA

Hidden Beaches Resort

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View out our front window.  

$25.29/night

Passport America Campground

We loved the site by the river.  We thought it was more spacious than the sites not by the river.  The sites by the river had a concrete patio with a picnic table over looking the river.  This place does have quite a few monthlies.  There is a small store.  It is a good spot for an overnight stay.

While staying here, we drove over to Joshua Tree National Park to see the super bloom in spring.

Route 66 Golden Shores RV Park, Topock, AZ

Route 66 Golden Shores

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View out our front window.  

$20.39/night

Passport America Campground

Route 66 Golden Shores RV Park is a small park with three levels of sites.  The sites are gravel back-in with a small concrete patio.  There is a small club house and laundry.  The folks that worked here were nice.  There were a couple of monthlies staying here.

Getting to the campground was challenging as the road that would have gotten us there was being resurfaced and was closed to traffic.  But all was good once we figured out the back way to get to the campground.

We based out of this campground visiting Lake Havasu to the south, Bullhead City and Laughlin, NV to the north.  Oatman is to the east, but having been there before, we chose not to visit this time.

Preferred RV Resort, Pahrump, SD

Preferred RV

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View out our front window.  

$17.99/night

Passport America Campground

This campground has a 24-hour staffed front gate.  The sites, while next to one another are staggered a bit.  There were quite a few monthlies here, mostly snowbirds.  While we didn’t use these facilities, the park has a swimming pool, spa and exercise room.  Shortly after getting set up in our site a gentleman stopped by with a packet of information on things to see in the area.

We based out of Pahrump vising Death Valley National Park, Goldwell Open Air Museum, Rhyolite Ghost Town, Red Rock Canyon National Conservation Area and Seven Magic Mountains.

Tonopah Station RV, Tonopah, NV

Tonopah Station RV

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$26/night

Passport America Campground

This campground is located right behind Tonopah Station which is a hotel / casino / café.  There are 20 FHU sites, of which 14 are pull-thru.  Basically you just pull into a site then go in and register.  The wifi was good.

Ely KOA, Ely, NV

Ely KOA

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$36.19/night

KOA Value Card

Typical KOA amenities.  Plenty of sites, but we noticed that they liked to put people next to one another as opposed to spreading them out around the campground.

While staying here we visited Great Basin National Park.

Crossroads RV Park, Wells, NV

Crossroads RV Park

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$20.00/night

Passport America Campground

Good little park for an overnight stay. Sites are tight, especially for big rigs. We tried to pull into a 50 Amp site, but we couldn’t put out our slides. So we went around again & backed in leaving plenty of MH forward. Then we could put the slides out. WiFi worked well. Didn’t use bathrooms. Had to self register as no one was around. There were 3 monthlies in the park, but didn’t see them at all. Cost: $15 for a 30 amp site & $20 for a 50 amp site.

Rock Creek RV Park, Twin Falls, ID

Rock Creek RV Park

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View out of our windows.

$20/night

Water / Electric sites only.  Some back-in and some pull-thru.  There is a free dump station about a mile away.  This park is beautiful.  Loved the wild marmots that scamper around the park, but they are skiddish around humans and will run away if you get real close.  We based out of this park to visit Craters of the Moon National Monument, Minidoka National Historic Site, Hagerman Fossil Beds National Monument, Balanced Rock, Shoshone Falls, Twin Falls, Cauldron Linn, Rock Creek Station and watched base jumpers at Perrine Bridge.

Twin Falls / Jerome KOA, Jerome, ID

Twin Falls / Jerome KOA

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$43.93/night

KOA Value Card

We stayed at this campground on the KOA Care Camp weekend May 12 & 13, where you pay full  price on Friday night and then stay Saturday for $10.  We also spent an extra night.  The campground was fine, but they were doing major work on their bathrooms as they were recovering from a major water pipe break.  In the interim, they have brought in full service portable restrooms with showers & toilets.

Bruneau Dunes State Park, Mountain Home, ID

Brunneau Dunes State Park

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$35.74/night

We stayed in the Eagle Cove campground in the state park.  The sites are water/electric only.  We were in a 50 amp spot.  There is a dump station that accommodates both campgrounds.

What makes this State Park so unique?  There is an Observatory with a 25″ telescope and offers astronomy programs on Friday & Saturday nights.  That is why we chose to stay here.

Also, the State Park has sand dunes.  Folks can rent a sled to slide down the dunes.

While staying here, we took a day trip over to Boise to visit the Old Idaho Penitentiary, Anne Frank Human Rights Memorial, and the Idaho State Capital.  We also visited the Bruneau Canyon Overlook.

Malheur County Fairgrounds, Ontario, OR

Malheur County Fairgrounds

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$10 first night with PA, $20/night for more nights

Passport America Campground

 Grass sites with 50 Amp service.  Few water spigots available.  They lock the fairgrounds at 7:00 PM.  There is a dump station outside of fairgrounds.

Near here, we visited Malheur Butte.

Burns RV Park, Burns, OR

Burns RV Park

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$40.89/night

Good Sam Discount

This park offers pull thru and back in sites.  They have good WiFi and Cable TV.  Because the campground is right next to the highway there is road noise.  Also, because it is right next to the highway you don’t want to stop at the store because if someone else is behind you coming in they will have their back end out on the highway.  It is best to follow the sign that says “Park over yonder” for safety reasons.  Great for an over night stay or longer if needed.  We stayed here over Memorial Day weekend.  The owners were vary nice.  They even found a dark area in the campground where John could set up his telescope.

Expo Center RV Park, Redmond, OR

Expo Center RV Park

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$37.67/night

While the campground looked like nothing more than a parking lot, the price was less per night than other campgrounds in the area.  This campground even has a laundry for guests.  It is mostly quiet, but  once in a while you might hear a train or an airplane.

While staying here, we day tripped down to Newberry National Volcanic Monument.

Collier Memorial State Park, Chiloquin, OR

Collier Memorial State Park

Collier State Park

$28.67/night

Pretty state park with lots of pine trees.  Paved roads & paved sites with picnic table and fire pit.  Carrying around your recyclables?  This campground offers dumpsters for them.   Fish in two streams – the Williamson River and its Spring Creek tributary.  Heard both were good for rainbow and brook trout.  If you get a chance go across the road to visit the Collier State Park Logging Museum – it is free – checkout on of Oregon’s best collections of antique logging equipment.  It was pretty cool.  We based out of this campground to go over and visit Crater Lake National Park.  Which was beautiful.

Dexter Shores RV Park, Dexter, OR

Dexter Shores RV Park

Dexter Shores

$37.06/night

Good Sam Discount

This is an older campground and it appeared that there were monthlies staying here, but their sites were clean & tidy.  There is a clubhouse in the campground, as well as a guest laundry.  The Wifi was spotty.  Occasionally you can hear a passing train.  Andy in the office was a hoot.  She & her husband Tom are the managers.

Near the campground is the Dexter Lake Club, home to scenes in the 1978 comedy “National Lampoon’s Animal House”, it’s where Boon, Pinto and Flounder, from fictional Faber College, found their favorite music group, Otis Day and the Knights.  Also with in driving distance are several covered bridges.

Clackamette RV Park, Oregon City, OR

Clackamette RV Park

Clackamette RV Park

$20.00/night

This campground is at a small city park along the Willamette River.  There are only 20 sites close together.  Sites our first come, first serve.  The sites are water / electric only.  There is a dump station at the park entrance.  There are no bathrooms near the campground.  We got here on a Sunday afternoon and the campground, plus park were quite full of people.  The park was muddy, but that was to be expected because it had been raining.  At times the campground was quiet, but occasionally trains and sirens could be heard.  They do lock the campground and park gates at 10:00 PM.  If you are out you need to park your car in the overflow parking lot and walk in.  We would stay here again because we did not want to stay in Portland and the price was right.

We based out of here to visit Portland, the St. Johns Bridge, Latourell Falls, Vista House, Multnomah Falls and other sites around the area.

Brookhollow RV Park, Kelso, WA

Brookhollow RV Park

Brookhollow

$44.75/night

Good Sam Discount

This campground offers pull-thru and back-in sights.  Sites have access to cable TV and WiFi.  Sites are not right on top of one another and does offer a little bit of green space.  The is a little patio on each site with a picnic table.  The campground does not allow camp fires.  There is a laundry.  Along one side of the campground is a berm with a walking path on it.

We based out of this campground visiting Mount St. Helens National Volcanic Monument, the City of Astoria, OR , Lewis & Clark National Historical Park, and Astoria Column.

Washington State Fairgrounds RV Park, Puyallup, WA

Washington State Fairgrounds RV Park

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$27 / night

Grass back-in sites.  RV sites are first come first serve.  RVs need to be self-contained as there are no bathrooms.  Some FHU sites and some water / electric.   Entrance into the campground is off a busy street.  If you call and make a reservation the price is $27/night and if you just show up the rate is $32/night.  Occasionally can hear trains, planes and automobiles – but it is not too bad.

We based out of here making day trips to Mount Rainer National Park, Recycled Spirits of Iron Sculpture Park and Olympic National Park.

Ellensburg KOA, Ellensburg, WA

Ellensburg KOA

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$39.39/night

KOA Value Card

Campground offers Water/Electric sites and FHU sites in both 50 and 30 amp.  Free wifi and cable TV.  Laundry, pool, and small store.  Road noise from I90.  The campground layout could be confusing.  Our biggest issue were other campers walking thru our site to the bathrooms.

While staying here we visited the Wild Horse Renewable Energy Center and Dick & Jane’s Spot.

Spokane County Fairgrounds & Expo Center, Spokane Valley, WA

Spokane County Fairgrounds & Expo Center

Spokane Co fairgrounds

$26.00/night

Not sure many folks know about this campground.  When we got here there was a horse event going on in the fairgrounds so there were several horse/campers in the campground.  The next day after the event they all left and we had the place to ourselves.  We stayed here over the 4th of July holiday.

The campground has 35 grass sites with Water/Electric.  50 amp sites available.  There is a dump station on site. Bathrooms available.  Sites are first come-first serve.  The campground was fairly quiet with the exception of some train noise periodically.  There is a train yard nearby. No one on site to register with.  You need to stop into the fairgrounds office to register.

While staying here, we took a day trip over to see Cataldo Mission in Idaho.  We tried to go downtown, but got really frustrated with all the road construction going on.  Maybe next time.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park, Missoula, MT

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park

Yogi Bear

$45.48/night

Good Sam Discount

This was a nice campground.  There was a store, laundry, and swimming pool.  The bathrooms were clean.  Free Wifi.  Full hook-up sites.  Cable TV.  There was a little bit of road noise from I90, but not bad.

When we stayed here, we got woken up  at 12:30 AM when Montana got a 5.8 earthquake.  That was the largest earthquake in Montana since 1964.  It was the bus around the campground the next morning.

Camp 3 Forks, Three Forks, MT

Camp 3 Forks

Three Rivers MT

$40.66/night

This is an older park with quite a few sites.  There is an office, restrooms and playground.  No Wifi or Cable TV.   The park has a lot of trees that provide shade.

There is some road noise.  Some trees need to be trimmed.  Some sites are difficult to get into.

While staying here we visited the Trooper David DeLaittre Memorial Park and the Missouri Headwaters State Park.

Hardin KOA, Hardin, MT

Hardin KOA

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$40.89/night

KOA Value Card

This is an older KOA Campground.  Sites are closer.  There is a little store.  There is a laundry, however it is not open 24 hrs a day.  The restrooms could use a little updating.  There is Wifi.

When we stayed here we visited Battle of Little Bighorn Battlefield National Monument and Pompeys Pillar National Monument.

KC RV Park, Kaycee, MT

KC RV Park

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$30/night

This is a basic small campground.  There are 18 FHU sites.   We never did see if there were restrooms.  There is good wifi.  The campground has quite a few cabins.  It’s kind of a small working campground.  There were llamas, ducks, chickens and ostriches.  They even sell eggs (chicken, duck & ostrich).  It was a quiet campground.  Good for a one night stay.

While here we visited the Chris LaDoux Memorial Park in town.

Deer Creek Village RV Park, Glenrock, WY

Glenrock WY

$17.87 / night

Passport America Campground

While this campground doesn’t look like much, they offer pull-thru FHU sites.  The wifi was good and there is cable TV.  The campground has a small store,  laundry facilities and bathrooms.  The managers were friendly.  The campground was quiet.  The North Platte river runs along the campground.  We stayed here a couple of days and we saw deer and wild turkeys in the campground each day.

There is a nice dinosaur museum – The Glenrock Paleontological Museum in town that is worth a visit.  Admission is $5 and the volunteers where wonderful.  Nice little gem.

Riverview Cruise Inn Park, Loveland, CO

Riverview Cruise Inn Park

Loveland CO

$44.20/night

AAA Discount

This campground offers FHU sites with cable and wifi.  The Big Thompson River flows along one side of the campground.  There is a small store, bathrooms, laundry & playground.  The campground sells propane.   We were happy to see that they also offer recycling so we could off load recycling that we were carrying around.  The campground is quiet.  The only downfall was when it rained we had a 3 inch puddle around our motorhome until it subsided.  The layout for the campground was a little confusing.

While staying here we visited Benson Sculpture Garden and Rocky Mountain National Park.

Pueblo Journey KOA, Pueblo, CO

Pueblo Journey KOA

Pueblo KOA. Pueblo CO

$0.00/night

We were comped our site as we campground sat for 3 weeks for the owners so they could take a little break away from the campground.

This campground offers full-hook up pull-through sites.  Both 50 & 30 amp.  Sites have cable TV & good wifi.  Leave your trash in a bag at the end of your site and someone will come by and pick it up.  There is a nice store, clean bathrooms with showers, 24 hr laundry, hot tub for adults only, swimming pool, fenced in dog run, jumping pillow for the kiddos and bicycle rentals.  If you like to go for a walk, check out the nature trail at the campground.  This KOA offers 4 cabins, tent sites and a few nice  patio sites as seen in the photo above.

They offer food service here – pizza, wings & salads delivered to your site.  On Saturday & Sunday mornings you can get breakfast for $5 (all-you-can-eat pancakes, 2 sausage, coffee & orange juice).  If you have a sweet tooth check out the ice cream where you can get a bowl or a waffle cone of the flavors for the day.  On Saturday evenings they host a shake or float social.  We tried all the food offerings except the wings.  Everything was very good.

The cons to the campground – traffic & train noise.  Also, if you are interested in staying here call and make a reservation.  They filled up every night we were here.

Goodland Journey KOA, Goodland, KS

Goodland Journey KOA

Goodland Kansas KOA. Goodland KS

$32.40/night

KOA Value Card

This is an older KOA with some pull thru and a few back-in sites.  There were more 30 amp sites than 50 amp sites.  Most sites were FHU, and a few water/electric only.  We had a W/E sites.A small store, swimming pool, playground and mini-golf that they were working on.  The campground has 4 cabins and some tent sites.   We did not use the bathrooms or laundry.  The owner told us that he usually fills up every night and we saw that the night we stayed.

The night we stayed here we visited the Van Gogh Giant Sunflower Painting.

Cambridge City RV Park, Cambridge, NE

Campbridge City RV Park, Cambridge, NE

$10/Donation

This little city RV Park is located in McKinley Park.  There are only 11 electric only sites – 50 amp.  Sites are all pull-thru.  Water and a dump station are available at the entrance to the RV Park.  Bathrooms are available in McKinley Park if you are not self contained.  Camping fee:  donation.  Pros of the campground:  right off the highway.  Cons:  some traffic & train noise.  One could live the noise for the price.  This campground makes for a good overnight stay.

York KAMPground, York, NE

York KAMPground

York KAMPground. York NE

$39.44/night

No discount was available while we stayed here because of the Solar Eclipse – but normally they offer Passport America, AAA, Good Sam discounts.

This is a new campground with 139 sites – mostly FHU sites and a few W/E sites.  Nice bathhouse and wifi.  They offer a laundry which we did not use.  The only downfall is the campground is close to I80 and you can hear traffic noise.  Of course, we could only get a W/E site because they were full for the Solar Eclipse which is why we made a reservation for here.  Our row of W/E sites were right next to the interstate.

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