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Red Ledge RV Park & Campground

Red Ledge RV Park & Campground, Kanarraville, UT -- Our first stop as new Passsport members. Not fancy but clean, friendly, quiet (no freeway or train noise), and convenient. Plan on making Red Ledge a regular stop on our annual travel from Montana to Arizona and back.

Larry Hale

Tra-Tel RV Park

Tra-Tel RV Park, Tucson, AZ -- Quiet park, nice facilities. Bicycle riders note that the park has very convenient access to the Santa Cruz River bikepath.

Tom Adams

Northside RV Ranch & Camp

Northside RV Ranch & Camp, Seymour, TX -- We tried to make a reservation on the phone but because of a storm that blew through before we could not get a hold of anyone because of the phones being out. We took a chance and drove to the park, when we drove in we were met by the owner and given a spot right away. He apologized about the phone. When we went to pay for the spot we were invited to a dinner he does for 8.00 a person, when we explained my wife has to watch what she eats, he offered to accommodate by cooking for her. The hospitality at this park is far above anything we have had at most other parks. We would recommend this park for anyone.

Peter Ball

Rockaway Beach RV Park

Rockaway Beach RV Park, Rockaway Beach, OR -- Major safety concern with this park having electrical cables hanging down. This park has a drive circle and loops around the park. These low hanging power cables is too low for 5th wheel and motorhomes.

John Schmadeke

Pan American MH And RV Park

Pan American MH And RV Park, San Benito, TX -- We found this park just outside the San Benito city limits on State Highway 345. We arrived in May of 2014 and are still here. We were drawn to San Benito because it has that old small town charm. Close to Harlingen, we have plenty of shops and dining options, without having to deal with the larger cities traffic and crime issues.( And we are close enough to Brownsville or McAllen should we want to venture into the bigger cities, we could easily do so.) Pan American RV Park is small and family owned. We decided on this park because they are open all year and there is always a manager on-site. We liked the fact that the seasonal rates are very affordable. They take pride in keeping the bathrooms and clubhouse clean. We also liked the fact that they have night security 7 days a week. Pan American RV Park really is a quiet, safe & clean little country RV park for Winter Texans.

A.l. Rankin
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