Our Experience At An RV Park

by Pam on September 16, 2011

We lucked out when we found a Travel Park that actually allowed for tent camping.  We were traveling through southern California and we needed some R & R.  We found a place in Bakersfield that allowed us to not only pitch our tent but we only had to pay $15!

We have discovered that most RV Parks will not accept tents, so when you find one that does, you get pretty excited, at least we do.  RV Parks offer a big bang for your buck because they have showers, which unfortunately, many campgrounds lack.  They also often have a pool, laundry facilities, and other amenities that are often not available at a regular campground.

So, if you are tent camping and you are planning on being near a city, check out the local RV Parks in that area to see if they allow for tents.  Don’t be surprised if many of them say no, but if you find one that does, it will be more affordable than staying in a hotel but still offer a lot of perks.

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