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Notable RV Parks

These parks have it all! Amazing staff, full hook-ups, phenomenal spots, laundry, Wi-Fi, and

surrounding activities. A 5-star experience is waiting for you.


Apache Flats, Fort Huachuca

*Retired or Active-Duty Military Only*

This park doesn't have much in terms of shade, but all the spots are pull-through, the laundry room is spacious, and you get to utilize some of the base amenities (which I considered a luxury). Just a couple minutes' drive from your spot, you can enjoy the large gym with an indoor pool, commissary, and exchange.

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Fiddler's Cove Navy Marina, Coronado

*Retired or Active-Duty Military Only*

This particular park is a little more on the expensive side when it comes to military base stays, but I'm here to tell you it's well worth it. With direct trail and marina access, and the beach just across the street, there is no excuse to not enjoy a beautiful sunset or sunrise stroll.

Having stayed in both the first and second row, you'll want to park according to where you want your impressive cityscape view to be. I prefer a view from my bedroom window, so the back-in first row will always be my personal choice.


Mountain View RV Park, Arco

This RV Park also doubles as the city's tastiest BBQ joint. The owners take exceptional care and pour love into their property. There's a lot of pride here, and it shows. With well-maintained, shaded, spacious spots, Mountain View RV Park is a diamond in the rough.

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Birdland Bay RV Resort, Thompson Falls

This family-owned RV Resort has everything, including a hassle-free way to check-in guests. They offer large, clean spaces, reliable Wi-Fi, laundry, beach access to the river, and kayak rentals. We were sad to say goodbye.

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Woodland RV Park, Libby

Woodland RV Park was such a blessing. Right off the highway, it provided a safe and comfortable environment in the midst of summer. We had plenty of shade to keep cool. The owners even went above expectations and delivered mail directly to site. We enjoyed our stay so much that one week turned into two.

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Oasis RV Resort

This resort immersed me into the feel of Vegas' luxury. With a pool, small fitness center, laundry, miniature putt-putt course, and restaurant on-site, it's easy to not want to leave. Located at the end of Las Vegas Blvd, it provides a welcomed calm from the chaos of the strip.

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Silver Spur RV Park, Silverton

Silver Spur RV Park is a large RV park that we comfortably called home for several months. With its duck pond, main community building, and pool, there's something for everyone.

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L.L. Stub Stewart Memorial State Park, Buxton

Although this park has no laundry or Wi-Fi, it still made the list because it is my absolute favorite state park so far.

Large, private, shaded spots, plenty of trails, great camp hosts, this state park has everything you can ask for. Now, I haven't visited a state park that offers amenities like Wi-Fi or laundry. So, in my opinion, L.L. Stub Stewart Memorial is the crème de la crème of all state parks with all that they do provide.

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Jim Creek, Arlington

*Retired or Active-Duty Military Only*

This park has absolutely no cellphone signal. It does, however, have pretty stable Wi-Fi, so if you'd like to unplug, but not quite all the way, Jim Creek is for you.

Most spots are large, level, shaded, and private, so surviving in the summer heat is pretty easy. There is plenty to do here. Geocaching challenges, a ropes course, jumping pillow, a small fitness center, and access to a private lake with boat rentals.

With multiple "Sasquatch" sightings, it's fun to always be on the lookout. Legend has it, if you snap a picture of Bigfoot and bring it to the front desk, you'll get a prize.

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