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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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Hiroko wrote a review for Sweetwater Fairgrounds (Rock Springs, Wyoming)
Not for the big rig folks!
We stayed one night here because no WIFI. The place was huge but each site was not long enough even our 30'. We had to back in an angle to fit. They offer full hook up but there were waist high fence evey where. You have to hop the fence to get there and our sewer hose was not long enough.... If you go, make sure your RV is small enough and sewer hose is long enough to fit!
Hiroko wrote a review for Fort Bridger RV Camp (Fort Bridger, Wyoming)
Easy breezy!
It was hard to find the place without GPS cause we have Sprint and there were no street and Fort Bridger RV camp signs, I believe. We stayed only one night. The site has full hook up. It was easy to pull through and level! They offer free WiFi. Next to the camp was Historic Museum. We didn't have time to visit. It is about the out post established in 1842 by Jim Bridger and Louis Vasquez. It was vital resupply point for wagon trains on the Oregon, California, and Mormon trails. There some history here this small town! We also found the old Blacksmith building and the old wagons in the neighborhood. The camp host was very nice!
KronicPain wrote a review for Crown Villa RV Resort (Bend, Oregon)
Very nice facility. Lots of space between RVs. Large open areas around the park for walking dogs. Really beautiful park. There are a few dog breeds that are not permitted so call ahead. Staff is very friendly and helpful. Prices aren't bad. $32 for one night partial hookup. Dump station is nearby.
user-5865818984284160 wrote a review for Tropical Palms Resort (Kissimmee, Florida)
Nice campground, close to Disney and attractions
We stayed at tropical palms for 4 days. I was a little hesitate at first by a few of the reviews but was plesently surprised. The ladies at the front desk where very friendly and glad we where there. They welcomed us and took us on their golf cart to show us around to find a site that would accommodate us. The premium sites are toward the front of the campground with paved pads and some sites have shade. We where lucky to have a large shade tree. The back of the campground are larger spaces but are grass which if it rained would be pretty muddy on some sites. We liked that this campground was not in a mobile home park. You where along side other campers. Yes some people had been there for 4 months but we'll kept and clean. Campground grounds are well kept. Pool is very nice they even have small kiddy pool with water feature. Neither pool is heated though. Nice playground. They have small workout room and golf. They do have fun activities on most weekends. Bathrooms where outdated but decent. Hot water and good shower pressure. Large laundry facilities needed to be updated and room repainted. We did notice some of the cabins exteriors needed repainted and power washed... we don't know anything further regarding cabins. Nice place would for sure stay again.
crzy4ram wrote a review for Four Seasons Family Campground (Pilesgrove, New Jersey)
Trailer park
This place needs to clean house! Enforce a speed limit. It's actually an trailer park people live here.