QUOTE(Texasrvers @ Jul 23 2009, 05:21 PM)
I'm sorry. I may not be understanding what you are wanting to do. When I read your first post I thought you wanted to be able to post reviews for state and national parks on this site.
If that is correct I say again that there are reviews for state and national parks (as well as other types of CG's--COE, National Forest, city municipal parks, etc.) on this site. To find these reviews (as you asked in your second post) you need to look under the state and then look in the "town" list for the name of the park or a city close by. For example Big Bend National Park is listed in the "town" list for Texas, but the Guadalupe Mountains National Park is listed under Pine Springs, TX. If you don't know of a nearby town then use the "Campground Search" feature (middle of the menu bar at the top of the page). Using it you can type in the name of the park and then leave the boxes checked for campground name, region name, and city name. That should get you a hit.
When I reread your post I realized you may be wanting to post and read information about specific sites within the campgrounds so that you will have an idea if they are suitable for your rig. For instance you may want information (length, utilities, shade, etc.) about site # 15 in the Chisos Basin Campground in Big Bend. Unfortunately you will probably not find that on this site. Most people do not mention the exact site they stay in, but some do. Usually they just mention the sites in overall general terms, such as "level sites", or "sites long enough for big rigs". While specific sites are not usually mentioned, there are no website rules against doing so as long as the overall campground is still the focus of the review.
There have been suggestions in the past to create categories of campgrounds. "Military only" comes to mind, but so far there has not been a great interest in doing that, although it could happen some day.
Did this help answer your questions? If not let me know and I'll give it another try.
This does answer my question about how to find the National and Forest Service campgrounds. Thank you. And I understand that not everyone discusses their particular camp site. I do, because it is information that I can provide, that may be helpful to others. With regular rv parks, you can go to their website, or call them. But with the National Parks, it is not as easy to get park-specific information.
A little off of the subject, but my husband and I usually "tour" any campground we visit, and make a note of sites that we like, for future reference. We keep all of this information in a notebook in our motorhome. We usually use the little "maps" you get at checkin. Then if anyone else is planning a trip, we can photocopy the maps for them.