Fishermen's Bend is one of the best kept secrets in Oregon! It is a BLM campground that feels like a State Park. The sites are shady, roomy and very clean, the hosts even rake the sites after each use! There's plenty of things to do there, fishing, boating, horseshoes, volleyball, basketball, 2 softball fields, a amphitheater with evening programs and planned weekend activities for both kids and adults. The bathrooms are clean and the the many hosts there are nice. If I have some complaints it's that it's getting harder to get a spot here as the park is getting more popular recently, for first come first serve you need to get there on a Wednesday morning for a site. The other complaint is the campground is only open May to October.
Very nice KOA the pullthrus are nicely arranged so you can get a large RV into them. The management has recently planted many trees and bushes but it will take awhile for them to mature then this place will be beautiful! The space sizes are typical KOA size however space #25 is a 80' pullthru with one of the best overlooks (sunset) I've ever seen. I would have rated them higher but they advertised a hot tub in the TACO Guide and DON'T have one. The management is very friendly and willing to help.
This is a quiet little campground on the Toledo Bend Res. The owners are very nice and helpful to your needs. There is no Bathhouse so you need a self-contained RV. Most of the spaces overlook the lake and have some trees for shade. There's a restaurant there that's a local favorite and they also have several fishing event's throughout the year.
A typical KOA, it is located near I-20 but is relatively quiet, with a helpful staff. The Park is close to Gators and friends, Campers RV Center, and Watertown swim park. This is the nicest park in the Shreveport area, but, really not a very good value for the money.
The nicest private park on the Guadalupe river. Theres actually a camping area here as opposed to a field of RV's. Some of the spaces at the river are shaded and quite nice. This campground is not really that special except for the river access and they will even let you use your own "tubs" unlike other camps on the river.
This Resort park is the nicest we have stayed in this side of Fort Wilderness Resort! The staff is friendly, and RVers themselves that are willing to help you. The resort is very clean and beautiful, they have a fishing lake, cabins and tons of activities. This resort have both an adult and childrens swimming pools both are wonderful. They also have a giant "jumping pillow" great fun for kids and "kids at heart" alike. Other activities include mini golf, tennis court, horseshoes, volleyball, ping pong, and golf cart rentals. This is a real RV Resort.
This park was a destination resort in the 1970's, it is now nothing more then a fish camp. The pull thru spaces have many trees but the ground was weeds and dirt. You were also parked next to old permanent based RV's. The beach was dirty and the bathhouse was boarded up. I did not visit the bathrooms because of the giant Banana spider webs that were across the partitions to the bathrooms, I figured if I can't get in then what were the chances of it being clean! This park has had it's better days but for now it's rundown and unclean.