Florida is a desirable state for RVing, especially in winter. And with so many RVers looking for ways to camp affordably, Thousand Trails parks are a popular option. Over 40 campgrounds and RV parks are within the Thousand Trails camping network. But which memberships give you access? And how to decide which ones to stay
CAMPGROUND & RV PARK REVIEWS
As we travel, we like to review and share the campgrounds, RV parks and RV resorts we’ve stayed at along the way. We’ve visited all kinds of places – from Thousand Trails campgrounds, private RV parks, and upscale motor coach resorts; to National Parks, State Parks, and even City Parks. You’ll find our reviews rounded up below, featuring the 12 most recent on this page. To find reviews for a specific region or Thousand Trails reviews, click the grey tabs below.
Looking for an alternative snowbird destination to the crowded Florida and Arizona campgrounds? Many people complain about the expense and difficulties of finding RV resorts in Florida and Arizona in the winter. But we hardly ever hear these complaints about wintering in Texas. So we headed to the Rio Grande Valley in extreme southern Texas
Saddlehorn Campground is run by the National Park Service (NPS), and is the only campground inside Colorado National Monument, near Grand Junction in western Colorado. It may have no hookups, but it has plenty of appeal. Here’s our review, after our stay in June of 2022. View from one of the scenic pullouts on the drive
Hilton Head Island Motorcoach Resort in South Carolina is a beautiful, lushly landscaped RV resort that welcomes Class A, Super C, and Class C motorhomes (25 feet and over). It’s a resort we have heard a lot about over the years, and we finally got the chance to experience RVing Hilton Head Island for the
The new Camp Margaritaville RV Resort in Auburndale Florida is one of the nicest RV resorts we have ever stayed at. Honestly, we have to admit, this is actually our favorite RV property (to date), from all of our years of RV travel. This is a surprisingly special and well appointed resort, with laidback, friendly
Sunshine Key RV Resort and Marina is truly a scenic RV destination, located in the beautiful Florida Keys. We stayed here in our RV for just $20/night. Probably one of the nicest Thousand Trails resorts in Florida. Want to learn more about this campground and how you can stay there affordably? Read on for more
Big news from Thousand Trails! They’ve acquired a new campground to add to their network of Thousand Trails preserves. It’s the first campground they’ve added in over 20 years. Even better, it’s in Colorado! Many Thousand Trails Members, like us, have long awaited more properties in the middle of the country. Keep reading for more
It had been a few years since we stayed in Florida for the winter in our RV. We planned on spending the 2018-19 winter season entirely in Florida. Most all of our stays with our Thousand Trails membership with Trails Collection upgrade to keep our expenses down. Our first stay for the winter was at
Looking for a great riverside campground in the Colorado mountains? Check out Kebler Corner RV park and Cabins in Gunnison County Colorado. Read on for more details about this RV Park and the surrounding area. Location of Kebler Corner Kebler Corner RV Park is located on the west side of the Rocky Mountains in Colorado
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