Tombstone Territories RV Resort
Huachuca City, AZ
I will apologize before hand if this is more one-sided than others. We absolutely loved this resort. It helped us in so many ways on our journey of RV Living. So I will do my best in trying not to be too one-sided. The park is located about 10 miles NW of Tombstone.
Chosa Campground BLM
This campground is on BLM land and is dry camping only. No hookups. It is basically a big open lot with a fence on 3 sides that protect the livestock from roaming in. It is first come first serve. It is located about 25 miles south of Carlsbad, New Mexico.
Oak Thicket Park
Oak Thicket Park was a quick stop over for us so Michelle and I could go visit Round Top, TX and see the Junk Gypsy’s store. It is a county park located in Fayetteville. There are 20 spots and I believe 6 sort of cabins you can rent.
Boot Hill RV Resort
Boot Hills was our first stop after leaving the comforts of Minnesota. It is located in New Mexico between Alamogordo and Tularosa. It is right off of HWY 54 so first thing I will say is that vehicle traffic is heard everywhere in the park. We arrived to some very nice wooden buildings that looked like something out of the old west.
Lazy D & D RV Resort
Port Bolivar, TX
We stayed here for a week after our beach boon-docking debacle. Luckily I had called and reserved a spot in case we had issues on the beach. The ladies at the front desk were super helpful in taking our reservation. The park just under 70 spots.
Kozy Oaks Kamp
North Branch, MN
Kozy Oaks was our first stop in our new home. Its a medium sized RV Park. I would say about 100 sites. However most of the sites are seasonal since the Minnesota summer can be rather short. We stayed here for 2 months while I (Blake) finished working.