In the summer of 2017, we stayed in the small oil town community of Tionesta, Pennsylvania. Located in a heavily forested region in Forest County, this area is noted for its big game and wildlife, fishing and hiking. Tionesta Area Recreation Campground is situated on the shore of Tionesta Lake and Dam. The campground itself, draws mostly locals who enjoy weekend getaways amidst the scenery and recreation.
Located just outside of Minneapolis, Minnesota, Town and Country Campground and RV Park is a short drive to Twin Cities’ Mall of America, Valley Fair, and other cool places to visit in the area. We stayed here while visiting our son’s family near Shakopee. However, we must give you a heads up, our stay was not what we expected!
You certainly don’t have to live in a sticks and bricks house or condo with a big lush yard to host your own tailgating event. Though you may live in an RV or camper, doesn’t mean you can’t cheer on your team in celebratory fashion. We put together a guide of epic tailgating gear that will make your campground neighbors wishing they could be invited.
Since our family lives in the southwest Minneapolis area, we stay at Dakota Meadows RV Park at the Mystic Lake Casino in Shakopee, Minnesota. Claimed as the Twin Cities premier RV Park, it is literally steps away from blackjack tables, slots and entertainment venues. It is also near Minneapolis’ Mall of America, Valley Fair, Cleary Lake Regional Park as well as many other fun things to do in the area.
However, our review may not be what you expect. Remember, we all have different journeys, likes and dislikes, perspectives and expectations.
If the mountains are calling your name, Colorado Springs is a great place to visit. If you’re traveling with your RV; albeit motorhome, fifth wheel, travel trailer or camper, we found a cool little campground that may just lure you to stay; Mountaindale RV Resort. But don’t let their description ‘resort’ fool you. Here’s why…
Campground/RV Park: Pecan Park Riverside RV Park
Location: 50 Squirrel Run, San Marcos, Texas
Phone: (512) 396-0070
Let’s have a show of hands. Who has taken a shower in a campground bath house? You? If you’ve ever been in some campground bath house showers, you’d surely understand why I’m writing this. I’ll say it here; some campground bath house showers are just plain narsty (yeah, that’s spelled like I say it out loud!).