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RV Parky is an RV Park directory built by a full time RV'er with the help of the RV community to help fellow RV'ers on the road. Here you can find information, images, and reviews for over 25,000 RV Parks and campgrounds in the United States and Canada.

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Enter in your start and destination, and the interactive trip planner can help you find all the places to stay in between. In addition to RV parks and campgrounds, RV Parky also helps you find other useful locations for your travels, including:
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user-5897231324938240 wrote a review for Fall Hollow (Hohenwald, Tennessee)
Cute campground, close to the Natchez Trail Parkway, good food
This campground is a gem: part of a charming, eclectic bed & breakfast complex with a wonderful restaurant and great host. The setting is lovely and close enough to the Natchez Trail Parkway to be convenient and far enough away that road noise is never a problem. Everything was clean and well maintained; service was excellent. Some sites level with FHUs (and 30 amp electric), others not so level, without sewer, but with 50 amp. Restaurant serves wonderful food - everything from bacon wrapped shrimp to BBQ meatloaf and “chocolate cobbler”. Host has a wealth of knowledge to share of the history (and characters!) of the area. As their signs proclaim “Fall Hollow Campground: Travelers, Wanderers and Storytellers Welcome.” (And don’t miss the Amish Riding Lawn Mower in front of the office.)
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user-5897231324938240 wrote a review for Rocky Top Campground (Blountville, Tennessee)
Beautiful campground, very well managed, clean, quiet, convenient to I-81.
This is one of our favorite I-81 campgrounds and hubby will drive an hour longer, stop an hour earlier just to stay here whenever we are traveling along I-81. Sites are terraced into the side of a hill, quite level, mostly pull thrus, shady with nice views, and pads of paved or packed clean gravel with a concrete or wood patios. There is a sauna but no swimming pool. Great Wi-Fi and cable television. Hosts are great, lead you to your site and help you get out onto Pearl Lane again in the morning by walking out into the road and stopping traffic if he thinks you might need it. (We didn’t but he did it anyway !  ) This is an adult-only campground so if you have children in tow, best continue to the KOA less than a mile down the road.
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Guest wrote a review for North Blackfoot Southbound Rest Area (North Blackfoot, Idaho)
Clean!!!
Had to make a quick bathroom stop here on the way to Idaho falls. Bathrooms and site were very clean! We were impressed for ring a rest stop in the middle of no where. We actually ran into the rest stop caretaker and he was very polite and knowledgable about the surrounding area.
Camplite
Camplite wrote a review for Oneonta Walmart Supercenter (Oneonta, New York)
Great stopover!
I was told by the manager that the signs in the lot were put up by the local campgrounds. I have been using this Walmart as a one night lay over for many years without any issues. Please remember to patronize and thank the manager upon your departure. Walking distance to restaurants for breakfast.
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JohnPenny wrote a review for Boardman Marina Park (Boardman, Oregon)
Nice park on the water
Careful. Hugh water pressure. Nice spots, on the Columbia river. Next to marina, and park. Water flows slowly here, and has view of Washington state. Negative is like a sewer smell? Not sure what the source is, comes and goes.