10 Great Places To Camp In Wyoming

 Featured Campground #1:  River’s Edge RV and Cabins Resort, Casper

River’s Edge RV and Cabins Resort sits on the edge of the Platte River, known for its quality trout fishery. Casper also boasts its four premier golf courses, ski areas, sports and rodeo facilities and many museums.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Large pull thrus.  Picnic tables.

Rate $36-$41

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, Direct TV, rec room, restrooms, showers, laundry, exercise room

Contact Information
6820 Santa Fe Circle
Evansville, WY 82636
www.riversedgervresort.net

 

 Featured Campground #2:  Terry Bison Ranch, Cheyenne

Located right on the Wyoming/Colorado state line, just 7 miles south of Cheyenne and 35 miles north of Fort Collins, Colorado on Interstate 25. The RV park, Trading Post, Bison Tours, & Trail rides are open & available all year long with the exception of Christmas Day. During the summer months we offer the Senator’s Steakhouse & Brass Buffalo Saloon, Old Fashion Photo Studio, Fishing, & Kid Corral amusement park & Bison Hunts.

 

 

 

 

Site Information
86 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Partial sites. 20/30/50 AMP service.  Can accommodate various size RVs
Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, shower house, laundry, dump station, picnic tables, gift shop, playground, restaurant, propane
Rate: $36
Contact Information
51 I25 Service Road East
Cheyenne, WY 82007
307.634.4171
www.terrybisonranch.com
Special Attractions
 Old Time Photo Studio
 Sunday Lunch Train
 Kid Corral
 Bison Tour
 Horseback Riding
 TRX Terry Town Express
Recreation
Basketball, horseshoes, fishing
Of Interest
Don’t forget to check out the Senator’s Steakhouse Ranch. Open all year. In 2009, it was voted for “Best Burger in Wyoming” by Bobby Flay & the Food Network!
Directions
Take Wyoming exit 2 on I25. Head east on Service Road to the stop sign. Make a right and proceed 2 miles. Make a left at the RV neon entrance and rock arch entrance.

 

 Featured Campground #3:  The Longhorn Ranch Lodge & RV, Dubois

Formerly the home of a small longhorn cattle herd, and now a beautiful RV Park, Campground and Lodging facility located along the scenic Togwotee Trail to Yellowstone.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Back in sites.  Pull thru sites.  Big rig friendly.  Fire pits.  Picnic tables.

Rate $49-$59

Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, laundry, internet

Contact Information
5810 US-26
Dubois, WY 82513
(307) 455-2337
www.thelonghornranch.com

 

 Featured Campground #4:  Chuck Wagon RV Park, Fort Laramie

Small, friendly park run by Grandma and Grandpa Hofrock. Nice grassy sites and plenty of clean fresh air.
Site Information
16sites. Full hookup sites. Partial sites. Pull thru sites. Tent sites. 20/30/50 AMP service.  Can accommodate any size RV
Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, laundry, restrooms, showers, picnic tables, dump station, propane, and nearby restaurant / grills.
Rate: $30
Contact Information
310 Pioneer Court
Fort Laramie, WY 82212
307.837.2828
info@chuckwagonrv.com
www.chuckwagonrv.com
Special Attractions
 Ft. Laramie Nat’l Historic Site
 Guernsey State Park
 Oregon Trails
 Register Cliffs
 Pony Express Trail
 Much More!
Recreation
Golf, Cheyenne Frontier Days, and local area activities and attractions.
Of Interest
Located just 2 miles from Historic Fort Laramie.

 

Featured Campground #5:  Lizard Creek Campground, Grand Teton National Park

At the north end of Grand Teton National Park, about 32 miles north of Moose, has 60 sites and fills in the evening if at all. A less heavily developed campground with sites in the spruce and fir forest. One side of the campground is adjacent to and slightly above Jackson Lake. Vehicle size limited to 30 feet.

Site Information
Self contained units only.

 

Rate $24

 

Amenities/Facilities
Fishing, ice, camp store

 

Contact Information
(307) 543-2831

 

Featured Campground #6:  The Virginian Lodge, Jackson Hole

Enjoy the hospitality of Jackson Hole’s most convenient RV Park. Located on the same property as The Virginian Lodge, you will be close to all the things you want to do and see. The town offers a free shuttle which picks up just across the street.

 

Site Information
Full hookups.  Pull thrus.  Back ins.

 

Rate $85-$95

 

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, swimming, restaurant, convention facilities

 

Contact Information
750 West Broadway
Jackson Hole,WY 83001
(307) 733-7189
www.virginianlodge.com

 

Featured Campground #7:  Mountain View RV Park, Sundance

Don’t miss what the Black Hills of northeastern Wyoming has to offer. Take a break from your travels and relax at our clean and quiet park.
Site Information
56 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Back in sites. Tent sites. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate various size RVs.
Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV (extra), laundry, propane, restrooms, and showers.
Rate: $33
Contact Information
117 Government Valley Rd.
Sundance, WY 82729
800.792.8439
info@mtnviewcampground.com
www.mtnviewcampground.com
Special Attractions
 Deadwood Gambling
 Devils Tower
 Black Hills
 Mt. Rushmore
 Sundance Kid
 Crook County Museum
 Crazy Horse Monument
Recreation
Game room, heated swimming pool (seasonal), and local area activities.
Of Interest
We are located ½ mile from exit 189 off I 90, but far enough from the interstate for quiet surroundings, great views and no trains!
Directions
From I90 take exit 189. Go north .1 miles to Highway 14. Go west .4 miles on Highway 14 to Government Valley Rd. Go north .2 miles on Government Valley Road and the park is on the left.

 

Featured Campground #8:  Eagle RV Park, Thermopolis

Eagle RV Park and Campground located in Thermopolis Wyoming, on Highway 20 South. Close to the Big Horn River, Hot Springs State Park, & Boysen Reservoir.
Site Information
100+ sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Tent sites. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate any size RV.
Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, cable TV, restrooms, showers, laundry, game room, gift shop, general store, propane, cabins, and group pavilion.
Rate: $32
Contact Information
204 Highway 20 South
Thermopolis, WY 82443
307.864.5262
info@eaglervpark.com
www.eaglervpark.com
Special Attractions
 White Water Rafting
 Buffalo Herds
 Indian Rock Art
 Dinosaur Dig Site & Museum
 Boysen Reserve
 Much More!
Recreation
Child play area, game room, river tubing, horseshoes, basketball, badminton, and pet walk.
Of Interest
Eagle RV Park offers tube rental for a beautiful, scenic trip down the majestic, Big Horn River. Take a 2 to 3 hr. trip from the Wind River Canyon back to our campground. You will see lots of wildlife, deer, antelope, ducks, geese, eagles, etc. The fishing is tremendous if you feel like wetting a line. You may even catch a Rainbow, Brown, Cutthroat trout and maybe even a Walleye. One of the top rated rivers in the West. Guide fishing available upon request.
Directions
Take Highway 20 north 3 miles past Wind River Canyon.

 

Featured Campground #9:  Fireside Resort at Jackson Hole Campground, Wilson

 

The Fireside Resort RV Park is one of the most scenic campground locations in Jackson Hole proper.

 

Site Information
Full hookups.  30/50 AMP.  Pull thrus.  Back ins.  Fire rings.  Picnic tables.

 

Rate $79-$125

 

Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, laundry, camping store, dump station

 

Contact Information
2780 N. Moose Wilson Rd. (Hwy 390)
Wilson, WY 83014
(307) 732-2267
www.jacksonholecampground.com

 

Featured Campground #10:  Fishing Bridge RV Park, Yellowstone

The Fishing Bridge Recreational Vehicle Park is located near the mouth of the Yellowstone River as it leaves Yellowstone Lake. The RV park is named after the Fishing Bridge, a wooden vehicle bridge that used to provide a great platform from which park visitors would fish for native Cutthroat trout.

Site Information
Full hookups.  Back in sites.  30/50 AMP.

 

Rate $48

 

Amenities/Facilities
Restrooms, showers, laundry, dump station

 

Contact Information
Yellowstone National Park
Wyoming 82190
www.yellowstonenationalparklodges.com/lodging/camping/fishing-bridge-rv-park

 

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Covered Wagon RV Park – Phoenix, AZ

Covered Wagon RV Park has easy access to attractions in Phoenix area including: Shopping Malls, Hospitals, Schools, recreational areas and sports complexes. Our RV park is family owned since the 1980’s and our staff is very flexible and accommodating to your needs.   We are eager to hear from you and help you with your plans and make your stay a pleasant one.

Site Information
Full hookup sites. 30/50 AMP. Room for slide outs. Grassy pads. Extended/long term sites.  Can accommodate various size RVs

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, Free Wi-Fi, Clean Restrooms, Clean showers, Laundry facility

Rate: $44

Contact Information

6540 N. Black Canyon Hwy
Phoenix, AZ 85017
602-242-2500
www.coveredwagonaz.com

Special Attractions

  • Downtown Phoenix
  • Cardinals stadium
  • Suns & Diamondbacks
  • Shopping Malls (Spectrum, Metro)
  • Hospitals (Baptist, John C. Lincoln, Barrow, St. Joseph)
  • Universities (Grand Canyon, Thunderbird, ASU)
  • Trade Schools (Carrington)
  • Costco, Walmart
  • Recreational areas

Recreation
Swimming pool
Of Interest

This is one of the oldest family owned RV parks in Phoenix, AZ with lots of shady trees and grassy areas.  Our RV park has about 52 large sites with full hookups, swimming pool and laundry facilities.
Directions
Contact the park directly for driving directions.

 

Triple T Mobile Home Park – Glendale, AZ

Perfect for snowbirds or over niters!

Site Information
24 total sites. 24 full hook-up sites. 30/50 AMP. Pull through sites. Back in sites. Room for slide outs. Big rig friendly. Extended/Long Term sites. Gravel pads. Can accommodate RVs up to 40’

Amenities/Facilities
Free Wi-Fi, restrooms, newspaper, showers, laundry, interior paved roads, clubhouse, rec room, handicap accessible, emergency phone, and pets welcome.

Rate: $35

Contact Information

6439 West Myrtle Ave.
Glendale, AZ 85301
480.686.7543
www.tripletmobilehomepark.com

Special Attractions

  • Glendale Historic District
  • Airport
  • Spring Baseball Training
  • Sporjewelting Events
  • University of Phoenix Stadium
  • Jobing.com Arena
  • Westgate Entertainment District
  • Camelback Ranch
  • Deer Valley Rock Art Center

Recreation
Rec hall, clubhouse, and swimming pool
Directions
Take I 40 to Exit 432B go to your first right at Brandywine Steak House this is Carson Springs Rd Campground will be right in front of you.

 

Palm Gardens – Mesa, AZ

Located in Mesa, AZ in an area convenient to medical facilities, shopping, sporting events and facilities, cultural events and so much more, we strive to be the place for Mesa Active Adult Community.

 

Site Information
115 sites. Full hookups. 30/50 AMP service

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi ($), cable TV, gated community, clubhouse, restrooms, showers, laundry, and computer lab!

Rate: $40

Contact Information

2929 E Main Street
Mesa, AZ 85213
480.832.0290
www.palmgardensonline.com

Special Attractions

  • Country Thunder
  • Broadway Shows
  • Tonto Nat’l Forest
  • Botanical Gardens
  • Ancient Ruins
  • Much More!

Recreation
Shuffleboard, billiards, activity hall, fitness center, two swimming pools, and a spa.
Of Interest

Located just 10 miles from Scottsdale and 2 miles from Gilbert, AZ.
Directions
Take exit 182 off of AZ 60. Travel north to Main St. Go east and proceed 1.5 mi. Palm Gardens will be on the south side.

 

Twisted Tree Farm – Scottsdale, AZ

Our facility is located in Scottsdale, Arizona in the beautiful foothills of Pinnacle Peak, and well known for its high quality. Be sure to visit our website and learn more about our facilities.

 

Site Information
Full hookup sites and 30 AMP electric. Gray water is allowed.
Can accommodate RVs up to 40 feet.

Amenities/Facilities
Cantina and riding stables.

Rate: $25

Contact Information

29001 N Hayden Rd.
Scottsdale, AZ 85266
480.330.3948
www.twistedtreefarm.com

Special Attractions

  • Great Golf Courses
  • Beautiful resorts
  • Arizona State University just 30 minutes

Recreation
Hiking, lakes, restaurants and more.
Of Interest

Besides the natural aspect, Twisted Tree Farm is also a full-service horse training facility.
Directions
Take the AZ 202 Loop East ramp toward Tempe. Merge onto AZ 202 Loop East and then take the AZ 101 Loop exit #9. Merge onto AZ 101 Loop North ramp.  Take the Scottsdale Rd. exit and then make a right on N Scottsdale Rd. Make a right on Dynamite Rd and a left onto Hayden.

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Spring Training Baseball Complexes

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Tropical Gardens RV Park – Bradenton, FL

Tropical Gardens, located in beautiful Bradenton Florida, just north of Sarasota. Here at Tropical Gardens we have 155 total RV sites on our 10 acre property. We can accommodate RV’s of any size, and we provide 30/50 amp service, a spacious clubhouse, heated swimming pool, laundry facility, shuffleboard, large sites with full hook-ups, paved and lighted streets, dump station, shopping centers nearby.

Site Information
155 sites. 155 Full hookup sites. Pull through sites. Back in sites. 30/50 AMP. Room for slide outs. Concrete pads. Extended/long term sites. Picnic tables at site. Can accommodate RVs up to 45’

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, interior paved roads, and rec room. Pets welcome (breed restrictions may apply).

Rate: $45-$55

Contact Information
1120 53rd Ave. East
Bradenton, FL 34203
941.756.1135
tropical-gardens-rv-park.com

Special Attractions

  • South Florida Museum
  • Bradenton Beach Parasailing
  • The Ringling Museum of Art
  • Siesta Key Beach
  • Busch Gardens
  • Mote Aquarium

Recreation
Horseshoes, planned activities, shuffleboard, rec hall, clubhouse, and heated pool.
Of Interest

Being that Tropical Gardens is so close to the water, residents have easy access to water were they can go kayaking, canoeing, fishing, and partake in other numerous water sports! Tropical Gardens holds a 4 star rating and we provide a clean, quiet, and friendly gated community. We are located within 10 minutes of Siesta Key Beach and Downtown Sarasota and walking distance from Wal-Mart and Winn Dixie for your convenience.
Directions
Contact the park directly for driving directions.

Clearwater RV Resort – Clearwater, FL

Welcome to Clearwater RV Resort – family owned with pride for over 20 years! Closest RV Resort to the Beach, just 2 blocks from Tampa Bay Beaches.

Site Information
163 sites. Full hookup sites. Pull thru sites. Spacious sites. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate RVs up to 44’

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, tiled clean showers, restrooms, dump station, laundry, picnic tables, playground, propane, recycling, and handicap accessible.

Rate: $45

Contact Information
2946 Gulf to Bay Blvd
Clearwater, FL 33759
800.831.1204
www.clearwatertravelresort.net

Special Attractions

  • Florida Botanical Gardens
  • Raymond James Stadium
  • Busch Gardens
  • Florida Aquarium
  • Clearwater Marine Aqua
  • Clearwater Beach
  • Much more!

Recreation
Horseshoes, hiking, large heated pool, deck, shuffleboard, planned winter activities, bingo, cards, darts, bowling, and golf.

 

Of Interest

Hike, bike, or take a romantic walk on the Pinellas Trail! Bring your bicycles.
Directions
From junction US 19 & Hwy 60 head east .5 mi on Highway 60. Clearwater RV Resort is nestled behind the Days Inn.

Dunedin RV Resort & The Blue Moon Inn – Dunedin, FL

Nestled in a tree grove just two miles from the nearest beach and only 10 minutes from the famous Clearwater Beaches, Dunedin RV resort is perfectly situated for vacationing on the Gulf of Mexico. Located in the vibrant coastal community of Dunedin, we’re just across the street from the 46-mile Pinellas Trail, our resort is a great place to stay for a back-to-nature getaway.

Site Information
233 spacious, full hookup RV sites with concrete patios. 30/50 AMP service. Can accommodate RVs up to 45’.

Amenities/Facilities
Free Wi-Fi, heated swimming pool, recreation hall, laundry, playground, patio/picnic area, propane, Treasure Chest Beach Shop, dog walks, and more.

Rate: $56-$66

Contact Information
2920 Alternate 19 North
Dunedin, FL 34698
727.784.3719
www.clearwatertravelresort.net

Special Attractions

  • Honeymoon and Caladesi State Park & Beaches
  • Clearwater Beaches
  • Historic Wedding chapels
  • The Pinellas Trail
  • Busch Gardens
  • Tarpon Spring Sponge Docks
  • Spring Training Baseball

Recreation
Swimming, horseshoes, movie nights, shuffleboard, and other on and off-site activities.

Of Interest

Guests without an RV are more than welcome at Dunedin RV Resort, we offer several sites for tent campers, plus we are home to the beautiful Blue Moon Inn. Our standard rooms include a private patio, cable television, a sleeper sofa and a kitchenette with a refrigerator, microwave and dishware.

Directions
Dunedin RV Resort is located between SR 584 and SR 586 on Alt 19. From the intersection of SR 586 and Alt 19 go .5 mi north on Alt 19. Resort is on the east side.

McGregor RV Park – Fort Myers, FL

Surround yourself with the beauty of white sand beaches, emerald golf greens and forever blue skies. McGregor RV and Mobile Home rental Park on Historic McGregor Blvd. near Sanibel Island is perfectly located for living and leisure while visiting Southwest Florida.

Site Information
35 total sites. 35 full hook-up sites. 30/50 AMP. Room for slide outs.  Concrete/grass/paved pads. Extended/Long Term sites. Picnic tables at sites.  Can accommodate RVs up to 48’

Amenities/Facilities
Internet service available in office/clubhouse, restrooms, showers, laundry, fire pits, and enclosed pet run.

Rate: $49

Contact Information
16650 McGregor Bl., Ste. #103
Fort Myers, FL 33908
239.466.0170
www.mcgregorpark.com

Special Attractions

  • Disney World
  • Sea World

Recreation
Beautiful beaches, card room, billiards, clubhouse, and game room.

Of Interest

Lots of great local restaurants!

Directions
Please contact the park directly for directions.

Juno Ocean Walk RV Resort – Jupiter, FL

The Juno Ocean Walk Condo Association and RV Resort is a beautifully landscaped tropical resort family community of 246 RV sites.

Site Information
246 total sites. Full hook-up sites. 30/50 AMP. Room for slide outs.  Concrete/grass/paved pads. Extended/Long Term sites. Picnic tables at sites.  Can accommodate various size RVs ’

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry, fire pits

Rate: $49-$56

Contact Information
900 Juno Ocean Walk
Juno Beach, FL 33408
561-622-7500
www.junooceanwalkrvresort.com

Special Attractions

  • Juno Beach Pier
  • Art Fest By The Sea
  • Palm Beach County Beaches

 

Recreation
Water aerobics, volleyball, swimming, billiards, hot tub, snorkeling trips

 

Of Interest

Located just off Route 1 in Juno Beach, Florida, the resort is walking distance to a magnificent public dog beach, the  Juno Beach Pier, and the Bluff’s Shopping Plaza.

 

Directions
Please contact the park directly for directions.

Lake Magic RV Resort – West Clermont, FL

Lake Magic RV Resort is your destination for RV living the way it was meant to be. We are located on beautiful Lake Davenport in Central Florida.

Site Information
Full hook-up sites. 30/50 AMP. Room for slide outs.  Concrete/grass/paved pads. Extended/Long Term sites. Picnic tables at sites.  Can accommodate various size RVs ’

Amenities/Facilities
Wi-Fi, restrooms, showers, laundry

Rate: $38-$66

Contact Information
9600 Hwy 192
West Clermont, FL 34714
877-570-2267
www.rvonthego.com/florida/lake-magic-rv-resort

Special Attractions

  • thrilling theme parks
  • golf clubs
  • shops and restaurants
  • Spring Training Baseball

Recreation
Horseshoes, billiards, volleyball, tennis, basketball, river/ocean frontage

Of Interest

Our resort is approximately 6 miles from Disney and just a short drive away from the best attractions, including: thrilling theme parks, golf clubs, shops and restaurants.

Directions
Please contact the park directly for directions.

 

Top 3 RV Travel Routes In The Southeast

 Travel Route #1: Georgia’s Pristine Coast

Overview:

For 120 miles, from serene Savannah to the St. Mary’s River at the Florida border, nearly half a million acres of

Here the Marshes of Glynn surround you, stretching from one horizon to the other.

salt marsh define Georgia’s Atlantic Seaboard.  This coast, however, is not a place that surrenders easily to a straightforward drive; there’s always another side trip to take and another jaunt onto an island causeway or down an alluring byway.

 

  • Trip Length: Roughly 170 miles, plus side trips
  • Best Time To Go: Year round.
  • What To Watch Out For: The number of daily visitors to Cumberland Island is limited, so phone ahead for information and to make reservations.
  • Must See Nearby Attractions:
    –>Hilton Head Island – SC (via Rte. 278 north of
    –>Savannah
    –>Okefenokee Swamp Park (near Waycross)
    –>Mary Miller Doll Museum (Brunswick)

 

The best way to see and experience Savannah is through the Old Town Trolley Tours, which operate daily and pass through Savannah’s beautiful Historic District, the largest national historic landmark district in the U.S. Stop in to Alligator Soul for the peach cobbler cheesecake—a slice of Southern cuisine heaven. Or dine on the Savannah River–before you cross over it.

If you’re near the Jekyll Island area in late September, you’re in for a treat when the annual Shrimp and Grits Festival runs from September 19 through 21. Enjoy a cook-off, shrimp boat tours and sampling one of
the South’s most famous dishes. If you’re not visiting in September, there’s still so much to see and do, including a morning visit to Café Solterra for a delectable cinnamon bun. Walk out on the Historic Wharf in the Landmark District for a seafood splurge at Latitude 31.

Once you’ve arrived in St. Simon’s, walk out on the fishing pier to see what the locals have caught for the day. Golf enthusiasts should schedule a tee time at the King and Prince beach and golf resort.

 

What To See Along The Way:

Savannah: Known for its manicured parks, horse-drawn carriages and ornate antebellum architecture. Its cobblestone historic district is filled with squares and parks like Forsyth Park, shaded by magnolia blossoms and oak trees covered with Spanish moss.

Tybee Island: A small barrier island with a three-mile-long Atlantic Ocean beach that’s backed by sea oat-covered sand dunes.

Fort McAllister State Historic Park: This scenic park showcases the best-preserved earthwork fortification of the Confederacy.

Harris Neck National Wildlife Refuge: Consists of 2,762 acres of saltwater marsh, grassland, mixed deciduous woods, and cropland located on an abandoned military airfield.

Altamaha Historic Byway: Displays a collage of history; from Guale Indians and 16th and 17th century Spanish missionaries to the pre-colonial occupation of Fort King George.

Marshes of Glynn: A fine vantage point for viewing some of the vast and beautiful marshlands and river networks that flank Brunswick and much of coastal Georgia.

St. Simons Island: Enveloped by expansive beaches, moss-draped oaks, and salt marshes, the island is part of the Golden Isles chain near Brunswick, is a nearly 18 square mile island.

Jekyll Island: The smallest of Georgia’s barrier islands, Jekyll has a rich history that
reaches back centuries.

Cumberland Island National Seashore: Here pristine maritime forests, undeveloped beaches and wide marshes whisper the stories of both man and nature.

 

Travel Route #2: Gulf Coast Drive

Overview:

Not quite the Deep South, yet a far cry from the resort meccas of the Florida Peninsula, the state’s panhandle is a haven for migrating shorebirds, drowsy alligators, and folks who’d rather enjoy an Apalachicola oyster than a night on the town.

St. Marks National Wildlife Area: From observation decks overlooking dense woods and swampland, visitors can plumage and listen to the voices of bright yellow warblers and over 200 species of birds.

 

  • Trip Length: Roughly 230 miles
  • Best Time To Go: March-October
  • Must See Nearby Attractions:
    –>Deep-Sea Fishing Rodeo – Destin, FL (October)
    –>Florida Caverns State Park (near Marianna, FL)
    –>Torreya State Park (near Greensboro, FL)
    –>City of Pensacola

Built in 1933, this rural length of Highway 98 in the Panhandle winds
travelers through the heart of old Florida and for the bulk of the scenic
60-mile run hugs the Gulf of Mexico. Dubbed the “Forgotten Coast” by
locals—it was left off the tourist maps back in the nineties—this quiet
stretch managed to avoid the Sunshine State condo craze.
Just off FL-363, south of Tallahassee, take a right onto Bloxham Cutoff Road and follow signs to the park. Home to one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world, the park offers glass bottom boat tours, and in warmer months, you can swim with the manatees or cannonball off the dive platform into the crystal clear waters.
Though 98 sticks close to the shoreline there isn’t a wealth of beach access along the route. Dip your toes into the Gulf via this sleepy strip of sand about a mile and a half from downtown Carabelle. Pack a lunch and catch some shade at the retro-1950’s beach-side picnic pavilion.

What To See Along The Way:

St. Andrews State Park: Well-known for its sugar white sands and emerald green waters,
this former military reservation has over one-and-a-half miles of beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.
St. Joseph Peninsula State Park: Has miles of white sand beaches, striking dune formations, a heavily forested interior, and a favorable climate for year-round outdoor recreation.
Apalachicola: A charming fishing town, maybe a little more Cape Cod than Deep South, Apalachicola offers terrific seafood, and lovely waterfront parks.

 

St. George Island State Park: The park has Nine miles of undeveloped beaches and dunes, surrounded by the Gulf of Mexico.
Ochlockonee River State Park: Pine flatwoods, grass ponds, bayheads, and oak thickets
are home for deer, fox squirrel, bobcat, gray fox and many species of birds.
Apalachicola National Forest: The largest forest in Florida, with an abundance of fresh
water streams, rivers, lakes, and natural springs.
St. Marks National Wildlife Refuge: Established in 1931 as a wintering ground for migratory birds.

Edward Ball Wakulla Springs State Park: Home of one of the largest and deepest freshwater springs in the world.

Lake Talquin State Park: Nestled on the bluffs overlooking Lake Talquin’s southern shore, Lake Talquin State Park offers outdoor activities for all ages.

 

Travel Route #2: Overseas Highway

Overview:

Island-hopping to land’s end, this one of-a-kind highway offers the promise of radiant seascapes, exotic underwater worlds, and animals found nowhere else in America.

 

Just a short drive from Miami, Key West offers a tropical blend of azure waters and tropical foliage.
  • Trip Length: Roughly 127 miles, with mile markers (road side signs) located at one-mile intervals, beginning with mile marker 0 in Key West and ending near Florida City.
  • Best Time To Go: Year round
  • What To Watch Out For: The official Atlantic hurricane season lasts from June through November, with the traditional peak storm potential in September.
  • Must See Nearby Attractions:
    –>Biscayne National Park (headquarters at Homestead)
    –>Dry Tortugas National Park (68 miles west of Key West)

 

Key Largo calls itself the dive capital of the world. It’s home to the 70-square-mile John Pennekamp Coral Reef State Park (MM 102.5). The park has a visitors center and beach, a good place to hone your snorkeling skills before boarding a dive boat. The best undersea attraction of the Florida Keys National Marine Sanctuary is the wreck
of the Spiegel Grove, a 510-foot retired Navy ship sunk as an artificial reef in 2002 and now resting 130 feet underwater near Dixie Shoal.
The village of Islamorada actually comprises six tiny islands, so give yourself time to explore. It’s known as the sport-fishing capital of the world, so it’s no wonder the seafood restaurants are as good as they are—in fact, they’re destinations in their own right.
Key West, the southernmost town in the United States has always drawn the creative and kooky. Everyone from Jimmy Buffett to Tennessee Williams to Judy Blume has called it home, and it was even the site of President Truman’s Winter White House. Then there’s Hemingway, whose house is now a museum.

 

What To See Along The Way:

North Key Largo: Includes two private clubs, the Ocean Reef Club and the Key Largo
Anglers Club and is reached from the mainland via the Card Sound Bridge.
Key Largo: Visitors can enjoy Key Largo’s ties to the sea including scuba diving, snorkeling, an underwater hotel, sport fishing, eco-tours, and beaches.
Islamorada: The four islands of Islamorada offer numerous tranquil spots to relax under the sun’s glorious golden rays. Enjoy a beachfront cocktail, sunset cruise or spend the day shopping at one of the areas unique shops or galleries. Once you are relaxed, the finest in dining awaits to satisfy the tastes of every member of your family.

Long Key State Park: Located in the middle keys at mile-marker 67.5, this island was once the site of Henry Flagler’s Long Key Fishing Camp.

Marathon: The island community of Marathon in the Florida Keys is a tropical getaway for your whole family. It maintains a retro, nautical atmosphere with family-friendly festivals and attractions.
Bahia Honda State Park: Noted as one of the best beaches in South Florida. It is located along both the Atlantic Ocean and the Gulf of Mexico. Popular activities include snorkeling, swimming, and fishing. Camping, cabins, and 2 exceptional boat ramps.

National Key Deer Refuge: The Refuge is located in the lower Florida Keys and currently consists of approximately 9,200 acres of land that includes pine rockland forests, tropical hardwood hammocks, freshwater wetlands, salt marsh wetlands, and mangrove forests.
Key West: It’s known more for its coral reefs – destinations for diving and snorkeling – than
for its beaches.

Premier RV Destinations In Southern California

Thinking of taking a trip to Southern California?  You may want to consider visiting some of these premier destinations.

#1 Emerald Desert RV Resort:

Located in sunny Palm Desert, California, the resort features 33 picturesque acres, 255 spacious RV sites, and resort-style amenities.  Palm Desert is the geographic center of the Coachella Valley, a fast-growing region of southern California that comprises nine cities. Palm Desert has evolved into a vibrant small city that today is the educational, retail, and cultural hub of the Valley. Whether you come here to spend a weekend or a lifetime, you’ll never run out of things to explore – including plenty of free activities.  From

 

Location:

76000 Frank Sinatra Drive
Palm Desert, CA 92211

Nearby Attractions:

casinos, golf, outdoor activities, and even a living desert zoo & garden…there’s really something for everyone.

Resort Amenities:

Pool, spa, putting green, rv storage, pickle ball, tennis, fitness center

Campsite Amenities:

Cable TV, water, 30/50 AMP, sewer, concrete patios and shade trees

Rates:

Call the resort for current and promotional rates.

Contact Information:
877-624-4140
www.emeralddesert.com

 

#2 Rio Bend RV & Golf Resort

Rio Bend RV & Golf Resort is the top pet friendly destination RV Park in California and is located at the gateway to the beautiful Imperial Valley.  The Imperial Valley is an oasis that provides the United States with much of its winter produce. Its proximity to the Mexican border makes the Imperial Valley an international destination. This rich and diverse area offers a variety of year round entertainment and events, beautiful landscapes, recreational opportunities, and of course the trademark warm sunny winter weather.

Location:

1589 Drew Rd
El Centro, CA 92243

Nearby Attractions:

Golf, mountain views, outdoor recreation

Resort Amenities:

Activity building, snack bar, pro shop, library, computer room, swimming pool, laundry, restrooms

Campsite Amenities:

Cable TV, water, 30/50 AMP, sewer

Rates:

$30-$50 depending on the season.

Contact Information:
800-545-6481
www.riobendrvgolfresort.com

 

 

#3 Stagecoach Trails

City-life seems about as far away as the moon at Stagecoach Trails RV & Horse Camp.  Whether you are camping, bringing your RV or enjoying one of our many rental cabins & shelters, you’ll feel connected once again to our beautiful desert and limitless skies.

Location:

7878 Great Southern Overland Stage Route of 1849, Julian, CA 92036

 

Nearby Attractions:

Anza Borrego State Park

Resort Amenities:

Lounge area, swimming pool, laundry, restrooms, horse amenities

Campsite Amenities:

Cable TV, water, 30/50 AMP, sewer

Rates:

$27-$50 depending on the site.

Contact Information:
760-765-3765
www.stagecoachtrails.com

 

 

#4 Oasis Palms RV Resort

Oasis Palms RV Resort is a southern California destination for RVers and campers who enjoy spacious lots and outdoor activities. Enjoy warm weather in the fall, winter, and spring season or lay by the pool & spa during the hot summer.

Location:

90123 81st Ave.
Thermal, CA 92274

Resort Amenities:

Pool, spa, laundry, tennis court, game room, showers, laundry

Campsite Amenities:

Cable TV, water, 30/50 AMP, sewer

Rates:

$25-$40 depending on the site.

Contact Information:
267-627-4778
www.oasispalmsrvresort.com

 

#5 Santa Fe Park

Off Interstate 5, in beautiful Rose Canyon, you’ll find one of the finest parks in Southern California- Santa Fe Park. The serene and natural setting, friendly family atmosphere, and list of amenities keep travelers coming back- year after year.

Location:

5707 Santa Fe Street
San Diego, CA 92109

 

 

Nearby Attractions:

San Diego Natural History Museum, Old Mission San Luis Rey, Oceanside Holiday Gift Market

Resort Amenities:

Rec room, fitness center, mini theater, restrooms, showers

Campsite Amenities:

Wi-Fi, Cable TV, water, 30/50 AMP, sewer

Rates:

$74-$160 depending on the site.

Contact Information:

858-272-4051
www.santafepark.com

 

8 Must Visit Sites In Minnesota

 

Mall of America – Bloomington, MN

#1 Mall of America

Location:

60 E Broadway
Bloomington, MN 55425
www.mallofamerica.com

Overview:

Mall of America® is located in Bloomington, Minnesota—only 15 minutes from downtown Minneapolis and St. Paul. As one of the most visited tourist destinations in the world, Mall of America features—520 stores, 50 restaurants and attractions galore, including Nickelodeon Universe®, the nation’s largest indoor theme park, and the American Girl store. Plus, there’s no sales tax on clothing or shoes!

 

The Como Park Zoo & Observatory – St. Paul, MN

#2 The Como Park Zoo & Conservatory

Location:

1225 Estabrook Dr.
St Paul, MN 55103
www.comozooconservatory.org

Overview:

The Como Park Zoo & Conservatory is operated by the Saint Paul Parks and Recreation Department. The zoo features a seal island, a large cat exhibit, a variety of aquatic life, primates, birds, African hoofed animals and a world class polar bear exhibit. The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory has two acres under glass with a number of different wings dedicated to a variety of plant life including bonsai trees, ferns, orchids and seasonal flowers. The Marjorie McNeely Conservatory also features many outdoor gardens.

 

#3 Cathedral of Saint Paul

Cathedral of St. Paul – St. Paul, MN

Location:

239 Selby Ave.
St Paul, MN 55102
www.cathedralsaintpaul.org

Overview:

The City of Saint Paul was known as the Pig’s Eye Settlement until in 1841, when the first Catholic priest in the area, Fr. Lucien Galtier, dedicated his log chapel on the bluff to Saint Paul, requesting that the settlement adopt the name as well. The Cathedral of Saint Paul is now a civic landmark and the mother church of the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Paul and Minneapolis. 

 

#4 Glensheen Historic Estate

Glensheen Historic Estate – Duluth MN

Location:

3300 London Rd.
Duluth, MN 55804
www.glensheen.org

Overview:

In a world full of manufactured experiences, we have very few opportunities to fully immerse ourselves in authenticity. Glensheen offers one of those rare chances.

Perched on the shore of Lake Superior, it is the most visited historic home in Minnesota. The 12-acre estate features gardens, bridges, and the famous 39-room mansion built with remarkable 20th century craftsmanship, telling the story of the Duluth region.

 

#5 Mystery Cave State Park

Mystery Cave State Park – Preston MN

Location:

21071 County Rd 118
Preston, MN 55965
www.dnr.state.mn.us/mystery_cave/index.html

Overview:

Above ground, stop by Historic Forestville, a restored 1800s village operated by the Minnesota Historical Society (MHS). Fish three blue-ribbon trout streams for brown trout. Take in the soft pastels of wildflowers in spring or listen to ruffed grouse drumming and wild turkeys gobbling. Hike or bring your horse to ride the ridge tops and stream valleys. Observe interesting geologic features along the way including sinkholes and dramatic Big Spring. In the fall, don’t miss the bold colors of the forest. Winter invites visitors to ski or snowmobile the Bluff Country.

 

#6 Pipestone National Monument

Pipestone National Monument – Pipestone, MN

Location:

36 Reservation Ave
Pipestone, MN 56164
https://www.nps.gov/pipe

Overview:

For countless generations, American Indians have quarried the red pipe stone found at this site. These grounds are sacred to many people because the pipe stone quarried here is carved into pipes used for prayer. Many believe that the pipe’s smoke carries one’s prayer to the Great Spirit. The traditions of quarrying and pipe-making continue here today.

 

Weisman Art Museum – Minneapolis, MN

#7 Weisman Art Museum

Location:

333 E River Pkwy
Minneapolis, MN 55455
www.weisman.umn.edu

 

 

Overview:

The museum presents and interprets works of art, offering exhibitions that place art within relevant cultural, social and historical contexts. Several major exhibitions are offered each year, as well as organized letters, symposia, tours and special events focused upon educational themes. In its 70-year history, the museum has worked with more than fifty departments, presenting the ideas of a great university in multi-disciplinary and widely collaborative projects. The museum’s active touring program serves the cultural/educational needs of rural communities primarily in the Upper Midwest, as well as national and international audiences.

 

#8 North Shore Scenic Railroad

Northshore Scenic Railroad – Duluth, MN

Location:

506 W Michigan St
Duluth, MN 55802
www.northshorescenicrailroad.org

Overview:

The North Shore Scenic Railroad operates excursions along the historic Lakefront Line, a 26-mile section of rail between Duluth and Two Harbors. This rail corridor served a vital link in the transportation system for over 100 years. Known originally as the Lake Division, it connected the isolated Duluth and Iron Range Railway with America’s expanding rail network. In 1886, when the Lakefront Line was first built, it was joined by a one-mile extension of the St. Paul and Duluth Railway at Fifth Avenue East in Duluth, providing the D&IR with access to downtown Duluth as well as to other railroad carriers at the Head of the Lakes.

[Revealed]Must Have RV Gadgets

Biolite All-In-One-Camping Stove:

BioLite CampStove Bundle with CampStove, Portable Grill and
KettlePot Attachments and USB FlexLight

 

 

  • Includes BioLite award-winning CampStove with lightweight Portable Grill and KettlePot attachments plus free USB FlexLight
  • BioLite CampStove generates usable electricity for charging LED lights, mobile phones, and other personal devices.
  • KettlePot pours like a kettle and cooks like a pot while doubling as a carrying case for the BioLite CampStove.
  • Transform your BioLite CampStove into a wood-fired grilling surface with this seamless and fun attachment.
  • The FlexLight is a portable, pliable USB gooseneck for quick, controlled light.

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Wi-Fi Extenders:

AllPro RV Wi-Fi Range Extender Hotspot

  • Wi-Fi signal booster with a range up to 15 miles
  • Includes a 4 port wireless router / Hotspot range up to 5o ft
  • Connects all WiFi enabled devices. computers, iPhones, TV
  • 12V DC or 110 V AC. Includes everything needed.
  • Easy to set up. Easy to use.

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Solar & Solar Kits:

Go Power! Solar Extreme Complete Solar and Inverter System with 480 Watts of Solar

  • Complete kit includes everything you need to hook up solar and inverter system
  • Run your TV and other AC appliances day or night without the noise of a generator
  • Completely green power solution
  • No noise, no fuel, and no maintenance
  • It is used for long term use on your RV, cottage, cabin or boat

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RV Awning LED Kits & LED Light Kits:

Carefree SR0107 White 16′ Universal RV Awning LED Add-on-Light Kit

  • Works on virtually all RV”s, 110V plug and play or 12V hardwire applications;
  • Includes 16″ of Color/white LED lights (trim to fit) with adhesive back, wireless remote, and electronics;
  • Dimmable (3-settings), install on your awning roller tube or under your awning rail; Hardwire to 12V coach wiring or simply plug in to 110V at your campsite
  • No drilling required
  • Clean, bright, white LED light; 1-year warranty

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Portable Generators & Power Supply:

Yamaha EF2000iSv2, 1600 Running Watts/2000 Starting Watts, Gas Powered Portable Inverter, CARB Compliant

  • 1600 watt rated AC output, 2000 watt maximum AC output, 13.3/16.7 amps @ 120V
  • Super-quiet muffler with USFS-approved spark arrestor – 51.5 dBA at 1/4 load
  • Smart Throttle varies engine speed based on load – improves fuel economy and reduces noise
  • Inverter system with Pulse Width Modulation (PWM) control
  • CARB Compliant

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Yamaha EF2400iSHC, 2000 Running Watts/2400 Starting Watts, Gas Powered Portable Inverter

  • Increased motor starting capability and improved air conditioner starting
  • Provides power that is as clean, or cleaner than commercial power and adjusts the engine speed to precisely match the load
  • Prevents engine damage caused by low oil, avoiding costly repairs and minimizing down time, adding customer confidence and peace of mind
  • Improved efficiency, increased reliability, quieter operation and easy portability
  • Will run most 13,500 btu RV air conditioners, microwave/convection ovens, or even the biggest hair blow dryer
  • Increased motor starting capability and improved air conditioner starting
  • Provides power that is as clean, or cleaner than commercial power and adjusts the engine speed to precisely match the load

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Cameras & Outdoor Photography:

GoPro HERO+ (Wi-Fi Enabled)

  • Records stunning, immersive 1080p60 and 720p60 video
  • Captures 8MP single, Time Lapse and Burst photos up to 5 fps
  • Built-in Wi-Fi and Bluetooth enables connectivity to the GoPro App or Smart Remote to adjust modes and settings, control the camera remotely, and view and share your content
  • Durable and Waterproof to 131’ (40m), designed to withstand extreme environments and conditions

 

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AKASO EK7000 4K WIFI Sports Action Camera Ultra HD Waterproof DV Camcorder 12MP 170 Degree Wide Angle 2 inch LCD Screen/2.4G Remote Control/2 Rechargeable Batteries/19 Mounting Kits-Black

  • 4K Ultra HD Action Camera. Professional 4K 25fps & 2.7K 30fps video with 12MP photos at up to 30 frames per second for incredible photos, which is 4 times the resolution of traditional HD cameras. Capture and share your world in a fantastic resolution.
  • Wireless Wrist Remote Control Sports Camera. Featuring a wrist 2.4G wireless RF Remote Control, you can capture your world in an all-new way. Controlling the camera, framing shots or recording video are now ultra convenient-just press the button of the Remote Control. No more looking to your Sports Camera to start and stop recordings or snap photos. Full control your Sports Camera with the remote.
  • Longer Battery Life. AKASO EK7000 action camera comes with 2 rechargeable 1050mAh batteries. Each 1050mAh battery can record up tp 90 minutes. You will no more worry about the recording time for this action camera.
  • Built-In WIFI & HDMI, edit & share your action in minutes. Just download App(EZ iCam) on your phone or tablet and connect with this action camera. Then operate or review the images or videos via Android or iOS devices. WiFi signal ranges up to 10 meters.
  • 100 Feet(30m) waterproof camera. AKASO EK7000 is designed to withstand extreme environments. Equipped with IP68 waterproof case,durable waterproof to 100 Feet (30m).Ideal for water sports like swimming, drifting, surfing etc. Come along with tons of free accessories, you can transform it to fit various indoor and outdoor extreme activities

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Personal Health Monitor Right on Your Wrist

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About the Device
  • Fitbit Blaze syncs automatically and wirelessly to 200+ leading iOS, Android and Windows devices using Bluetooth 4.0 wireless technology. Syncing to computers requires Internet connection and USB port. Syncing to mobile devices requires Bluetooth and Internet connection. Syncing range: 20 feet
  • Water Resistance: Fitbit Blaze is sweat, rain and splash proof, but is not swim proof. We recommend taking it off before showering, as it’s best for your skin if the band stays dry and clean. Battery life: lasts up to 5 days. Radio transceiver: Bluetooth 4.0
  • Warning: Do not use if you have a pacemaker or other internal, or implanted medical device. Not intended for use by children under 13. Always consult your physician. Slippery when wet
  • We recommend charging your device every few days to ensure you are always tracking.
  • Charge time: One to two hours
  • Syncs with Windows Vista and later, Mac OS X 10.6 and up, iPhone 4S and later, iPad 3 gen. and later, and leading Android and Windows devices

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Is Daily Glass of Wine Really Good for You? Myths and Reality

 

In a poll done in 2011 by the American Heart Association, one thousand adults were asked about the potential health benefits of red wine.  They found that 76% believed that drinking red wine was good for heart health, but only 30% actually knew what the recommended limits were.

So if you currently drink red wine, or have hears that it’s good for your health, it’s important that you are aware of the limits.

While scientific research has shown that wine does in fact contain healthy compounds, people unknowingly go overboard, and some even have adopted the attitude: it’s good for me.

The Heart Health Benefits Of Reservatrol

Both red wine and grape juice come from red grapes, and as such have some good things to offer.  They contain
natural, and healthy antioxidants which include reservatrol and flavonoids.  Reservatrol studies have been conducted going clear back to the 1980’s, and the research actually has some promising findings.

Some of these include:

  1. Protection from free radical damage to the lining of the arteries
  2. Protection against leaky blood vessels inherent with age-related macular degeneration and retinopathy caused from diabetes, which can be a major cause of vision loss
  3. Improvement of mitochondrial function (energy produced by cells) and aerobic activity in mice

Additionally, some of the compounds contained in alcoholic beverages, such as reservatrol, may help to counteract blood clotting and reduce the risk of heart attack and/or stroke.  It should be clear though, that ongoing research is necessary to learn the specifics.

If the benefits of reservatrol are on your mind, you can just as easily get it from peanuts, grapes, and also berries, specifically blueberries and cranberries.  You can also find the same compounds in supplement form.

As far as moderation goes, the American Heart Association indicated consuming no more than two drinks per day for men, and 1 drink per day for women.  One drink is equal to 4 ounces.

For more information including guidelines set by the AHA, visit this link.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

RV Traveling With Horses? Here’s Our List Of Must Visit Locations

 

Horspitality RV Park & Boarding Stables (Arizona)

Horspitality is a unique experience. As you enter the Western Arch Entrance you can feel the Old West come over you. Look out at the mountains that surround the park. As you drop down into the Hassayampa River Valley observe the giant palm trees and the large Mulberry trees which shade the sites. Beyond are very large Cottonwood Trees located in the stable area.

 

On Site Amenities: 16 x 16 or 12 x 24 horse pens (some partially covered), large 160 x 80 arena and two round training and turnout pens which are approximately 60 feet in diameter, horse wash and an excellent farrier who lives at the park, rec room, laundry, LP, Wi-Fi, showers, restrooms

 

Rates: Rates vary depending on site, horse accommodations, etc.  Please contact the park directly.

 

Location:

51802 US Hwy 60 89
Wickenburg, Arizona 85390
928-684-2519
www.horspitality.com

 

 

Kiva RV Park & Horse Motel (New Mexico)

Horspitality is a unique experience. As you enter the Western Arch Entrance you can feel the Old West come over
you. Look out at the mountains that surround the park. As you drop down into the Hassayampa River Valley observe the giant palm trees and the large Mulberry trees which shade the sites. Beyond are very large Cottonwood Trees located in the stable area.

On Site Amenities:

  • Barn – 4 Stalls with Runs
  • 4 Stalls – 12×12
  • 7 stalls 10×10 with or without runs
  • Piped Corrals (30’x60′) with Weather Shelter (3 available)
  • Isolation Stalls with or without runs (2 available)
  • Extra large corrals with advance notice.
  • Maximum 4 horses per pen.

Total available horse accommodations: 14 stalls with or without runs, 3 pipe corrals (30′ x 60′), and 60′ round pen.

Kiva RV Park operates year round and can accommodate all camper, RV, and tenting needs. We host 36 large full

  • 36 Large RV hook – up sites ( accomodates your towed vehicle)
  • 20/30/50 amp service
  • Daily, Weekly and Monthly Rates
  • Wireless Internet
  • Recreation Room
  • Clubs Welcome (We honor most club memberships)
  • Laundry Facilities
  • Restrooms and Showers
  • Fax Service
  • Tenting area available (close to restrooms and showers)
  • Pets Welcome
  • Horse guided tours (must provide own horses)
  • Clean quiet setting

Many guests enjoy our proximity to US Route 60 which provides a cutoff to Interstate 40, in turn avoiding the congestion of Albuquerque.

Rates: $30 for RV site, $20 for first horse, ask about weekly & monthly rates

Location:

21 Old Highway 60 West
Bernardo, New Mexico 87006
505-861-0693
www.kivarvparkandhorsemotel.com

 

 

Hoof Prints Ranch – RV Park & Horse Motel (Texas)

A quaint RV Park and Horse Motel, located in the Cowboy Capital of the World.

On Site Amenities: 13 spaces that have full hook ups including sewer, water and 30-50 amp power.
Nine spaces can house some of the biggest rigs on the road with room to spare.  Five additional spaces are back ins with full hook ups.  This is a safe and clean RV Park that is monitored continuously, and the scenery is beautiful!

Rates:

RV Sites: $25-$30
16×16 uncovered stalls for $15 per horse per night.
16×24 fully covered 6 rail permanent stalls for $20 per horse per night.
16×16 barn stalls for $25 per horse per night.

Location:

1495 S US Hwy 281
Stephenville, TX 76401
254-968-4393
www.hoofprintsranch.com

 

 

Blake Ranch – RV Park & Horse Motel (Arizona)

There’s plenty to do and see in the area. We’re 12 miles East of Kingman, AZ. Historic Route 66 runs through Kingman. Additionally the ghost towns of Chloride and Oatman are easy day trips.

On Site Amenities: Private showers and baths, a modern laundry facility, dog runs, horse stalls, a horse ring, riding areas, a full service park store, and much more!

No Train Noise • Full Hook Up’s • 30/50 Amp • Cable TV • WiFi Hotspot is “Free to Overnight Guests” • Wide Pull Thrus • Paved Roads • Gravel Sites • Best “Private” Shower Rooms in the West. • Open Year-Round •Conveniently located 12 miles east of Kingman, AZ  just off Interstate 40, on Blake Ranch Road Exit #66, quietly removed from the nearby Truck Stop and Restaurants.

Rates:

RV Sites: $35-$38
$20 for each horse

Location:

9315 East Blake Ranch Road
Kingman, AZ 86401
928-757-3336
www.blakeranchrv.com

 

 

Hooves N’ Wheels – RV Park & Horse Motel (Texas)

Hooves N Wheels RV Park is designed with convenience in mind.  Whether you’re in Mineral Wells, Weatherford, Ft. Worth, Cresson or any of the surrounding communities, you’ll love our proximity to highways such as I-20, US-171, US-180 and Granbury Highway.  We are proud to provide a quiet atmosphere, full hookups, hot showers, rec room, laundry facility and much more.

On Site Amenities: Quiet atmosphere, 30-50 amp electric, Large laundry facility, Free wireless Internet
Recreation room, Horse stalls, Shower facilities, On-site management, RV & boat storage, On-site propane sales

Rates:

RV Sites: $35

Location:

4128 Granbury Hwy
Weatherford, TX 76087
817-599-4686
www.hoovesnwheels.com