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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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user-5555701927641088 wrote a review for Lake Livingston State Park (Livingston, Texas)
Nice place but less than impressed!
The park was very nice, had clean bathrooms, spacious sites and was shady. A few things unfortunately let this park down. The staff were very unhelpful and rude, the mosquito problem was outrages and the swimming pool is closed. You also may think it is cheap until they tell you at the end that there is a $5 per person fee on top of your camping fees!
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user-6382662447005696 wrote a review for Calico Ghost Town & Campground (Yermo, California)
Nice place
We decided to stay at the calico ghost town RV park because the local KOA campground was situated right on Highway 15 (very noisy). We arrived at the campground at 2:30 PM on May 21, 2015. The gal at the entrance told us to drive into the campground and find a space in either A or B section. There were only two other RVs camped there and we found a wonderful pull thru Space number A23. After setting up we found a very close trail that took us right into the calico ghost town where we spent the day shopping taking pictures and looking at all the beautiful scenery of the area. The fee for our camping spot with the senior discount was $30 for full hookups. When you camp at the campground you do not have to pay an entrance fee for the ghost town which saved us a total of $16. The campground restrooms were very nice and clean and the campground was very quiet at night. There are lots of places to take hikes in the area. We met some very nice people along the way.
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user-5956357406588928 wrote a review for F E Warren AFB FamCamp (Military) (Cheyenne, Wyoming)
Ok
Rained and very muddy with lots of potholes . Sites close together.
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user-5858248433336320 wrote a review for Lake Shel-Oole Campground (Shelby, Montana)
Very quiet, nice showers, nothing fancy but clean and comfortable. Electric at every site, water and dump site available. Would definitely come here again.
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Pbk wrote a review for Elkhart Campground (Elkhart, Indiana)
Water is funky
This is a nice park but the water smells funky and the antenna t.v.is much better than the snowy cable they sell you for an extra$25. a month..