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A Great Experience
We recently stayed at the RV Park after the National Park Campgrounds filled up. We can honestly say that it was a great experience staying at San-Suz-Ed. The new owners Jason & Katie (& family) made us fill right at home, and they are making improvements to the campground daily. We were sad to leave after 4 days, and would have loved to stay longer. The RV Park was full, but it never felt crowded and was always peaceful and quiet at night. We had fun sitting around the community campfire in the evenigs and sharing stories while our daughter made new friends. We definitely recommend this campground to anyone looking, and we will be back next year for sure. Some sites are back in, and others are pull through. We stayed in two sites, 17 & 24. Both sites were easy to get in and didn’t require much to level the trailer, a few block under the tires to help, this is the Mountains after all.
Best kept secret of the southern tip of the Sierras
This is our 2d trip to Red Rock, having stumbled onto this little gem a few years ago on our way to Death Valley. Last time the place was empty on arrival. This time, we arrived at 6p and freaked because the campground was nearly full. We had broken our “get to campground by 1” rule, so I gave hubby the stink eye and tried to blame him. Then, magic. Our favorite spot - #50 - was still vacant! Waiting for us. Ok, it was one of the most unlevel spots in the campground, but who cares? That’s what levelers are for, right? Gorgeous sunset, and now spectacular pink sunrise. Warm during the day, freakin cold at night. They now have free WIFI! So hubby was pretty happy that he could still work (and watch Netflix). The trail right near #50 did not have a “no dogs” sign, so as soon as I finish writing this I’m outta here with Sofie & Tyler!
Constellation Park is a great spot!
Know nothing about the area around Wickenburg, we turned to Campendium to find a spot to spend the night on our way to Tucson. Other area campgrounds were full for the night; even so, we look for opportunities to boondock. The dirt road in was easy to navigate in our 28’ Airstream and we found a nice spot that was nearly level. The lights from the town are pretty at night, and if it wasn’t so unseasonably cold (and then rained off and on most of the night) we would have really enjoyed sitting outside and enjoying the quiet, the view, and the stars. It was easy driving out in the morning even though the ground was very wet from rain. It’s a great deal for $8!
Zion park was a zoo on March 30th 2019 and all parks were full due to spring break. We hadn’t really figured we’d stay and are always giving our free spots first option and boy I’m glad we did. This Butte was like your own Zion experience with zero people at the very top and along a side road which boarders a canyon and breath taking views. We were in our 4x4 sprinter revel and needed every bit of it to master the tight corners, rocks and dips it needed to navigate. Definitely no big rigs past the first set of turnouts. Shared the top with a few mountain bikers but never saw them much. Could have stayed forever!!
Cotati Park & Ride
Before staying here for 1 night, I had called campgrounds & RV parks in the area. Local KOA was $89 w/hookups & still high for dry camping. I’m in a Skoolie. In Sonoma-Casinos will not let you park either unless you gamble & then not overnight. I’m from California but I can only say how uninviting this state is to travelers compared to other west coast locations. I found the park & ride to be just fine (yeah & the rooster does start crowing in the early morning hours 😱) Traffic noise but it diminishes after midnight. No other overnighters here but also no knocks on the door. Recommend for the weary w/ nowhere to go & it’s late. 👍😎🚌
Nifty feature - map link
Just downloaded the app and immediately can tell this is a keeper. Easy and intuitive, actual user reviews, photos, etc. One nifty feature i noticed is the option to “show in maps”, which then gave me the option to use google maps (or other map apps if you prefer them). Sweet. No flipping back and forth trying to view the campground in satellite or street view, or messing with a map app you’re not familiar with. Very handy! 5 stars just for that haha. Seems to be an app made by campers for campers.
Perfect app for wanderers
I’ve been using this app for over a year now and it has brought me to some of the most beautiful campgrounds. I’m a big penny pincher so the fact that you can search for free or cheap sites is my favorite part. You’re able to read others reviews and browse pictures before heading to the site. It even links your map apps to the gps coordinates ensuring you can get there stress (and paper map) free. I’ve recommended this app to all my fellow traveling friends. Thanks Campendium for helping me find some hidden treasures!
Great place and very friendly staff
The family and I pulled in late night and just chose a spot to rest for the night. The staff was very welcoming the next morning. I ended up booking for one more night just because of the staff and the beautiful seclusion of the park. We stayed in spot 14 which is set back in the park and right next to the creek which kept the kiddos busy for hours. This place is about 8 miles down a graveled and dirt road, but definitely worth the 20 minute drive. We would definitely stay if we ever visit again.
Best camping destination review and finder app
I always refer to Campendium first when picking camping destinations...now things have become even easier with the app. The user interface is intuitive and the campground reviews (including cell coverage) from REAL people who have stayed there is super useful. Reviews also include photos from reviewers, not campground owners, so I feel like I'm getting a better idea of what the campground actually looks like before I decide to stay there. It also makes it easy to find boondocking options. I love this app!
Excited to boondock it with some extra help!
Thanks for the awesome resource! I’m so thrilled this app is so helpful for finding free BLM spots! Also such a great idea to add cell service reviews! In a future update can you guide reviewers to input their rig setup? Like car/truck/trailer setup etc. so when they say “roads were impassable” or “we got up to the spot just fine” we have an idea of their clearance? Towing a 30 footer is different than a Jeep and a teardrop. Thanks again! I’ll be referring this app to all my boonie camping relatives!
Beautifully designed app that works without a hitch. The interactive map is just excellent. It’s a similar to Google maps searching, but the Campendium map works more smoothly and is prettier and easier to read. I used Campendium a lot on my laptop until this mobile app came out, and this app is just as rich and functional as the desktop version. It’s the first place I look when I’m searching for campgrounds and reviews.
Invaluable for campers!
We've been using the Campendium website for the past 3 years, and it took our full timing to the next level. Now with the convenience of just opening the app, it's just unbelievable. Why spend time Googling campgrounds or scouring NF or BLM maps for spots that may or may not work out. Just open the app find what kind of spot suits your needs, and you'll know exactly what to expect when you get there.
We are a RV rental company and we highly recommend this app to every one of our customers. Will use it ourselves and have found that we no longer even worry about making reservations at RV parks. We prefer to find a secluded area, this app allows that! Highly recommend it easy to use and so accurate. The more people have it and the more people put comments- locations the better this is going to get.
Just like their website, which we have been using for years... this app has amazing filters to help you find the kind of site you want! We rarely make plans and this helps us find amazing places as we travel (full-time for nearly 3yrs). We work from the road and this is THE app/website to use to know before you commit to a campground or boondocking spot if the cell signals are usable.
Our Go To app for finding camps
Campendium is our number one tool to find our next camping destination. There’s a great wealth of information and photos on so many campsites, RV park and campgrounds. The app makes it easy to search by location. Once you have found that perfect spot, click on maps for immediate directions. You can also go right to the campsites website or reservations link. Great app and a great solution.
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