Campground Reviews

Parks Ranch Primitive Campground - BLM
Campground Reviews

Parks Ranch Campground, BLM - Carlsbad, NM

Wednesday 28th November, 2018

We were looking for somewhere to boondock near Carlsbad Caverns National Park in New Mexico, and we stumbled upon some BLM land not too far away. What looked simple turned into a fun-filled and muddy journey to an epic boondocking spot! [...]

Welcome to New Mexico Sign
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Sunny Acres RV Park, Las Cruces, New Mexico

Saturday 17th February, 2018

We stayed at the Sunny Acres RV Park in Las Cruces, New Mexico one night as the base for exploring the White Sands National Monument. The RV Park by itself was quite quiet, however there are train tracks nearby. There were trains going through the night and they make really loud noises that did wake us up several times. [...]

View of Justin’s Diamond J RV Park
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Justin's Diamond J RV Park in Tucson, Arizona

Thursday 15th February, 2018

We stayed at Justin's Diamond J RV park for one night on Feb 19, 2017 to explore the nearby Saguaro National Park. This park seems to be catered towards longer term stay as it has lots of activities, for example mini-golf, bocce ball and walking trails that start right off the RV park. The sites were reasonably large, though there wasn't much vegetation to separate the sites. We were at site 39 and our 24 foot trailer and truck fit fine. When we stayed here in February the park was packed, but it was still quiet at night. [...]

Coyote Howls West Rv Park site-39
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Coyote Howls WEST RV Park in Why, Arizona

Sunday 11th February, 2018

We stayed at the CoyoteHowls WEST RV park for one night on February 18, 2017. We were on our way from Phoenix to Tucson and chose this RV park for its proximity to Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument. We arrived at the campground at 1pm and the camp host was helpful and friendly in setting us up with a site. [...]

Prewitt Ridge sunset behind a hammock
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Prewitt Ridge Campground, Big Sur

Friday 9th February, 2018

We hadn't planned on going to Big Sur. Originally the plan was Kings Canyon & Sequoia, but due to the fires, that seemed unwise. Then we looked at Pinnacles National Park, but the only campground there was full. So we looked at Big Sur - and I'm so pleased we did! Whilst researching campgrounds in the area, I stumbled upon Wis Siler's blog post about Prewitt Ridge Campground: How To Find The Most Beautiful Car Camping Spot In The World - and he's not lying! [...]