Name: Chickasabogue Park
: Eight Mile, Alabama
Cost: $9.36/day with Passport America
Site: 36, fire pit and table
Entry/Exit: Tight at entry gate, see comments
Pros: Cheap, shade, long pull through, big site with lots of space between them, day use area has a lake you can swim / bbq
Cons: Gate arm makes entry & exit difficult, no alcohol
Comments: Jeri had to hold the gate arm up as high as possible since it almost came down on us driving through, very tight fit width wise.

Name: Rolling Hills Campground
: Calera, Alabama
: $46/day
Site: B-04, firepit and concrete slab
Entry/Exit: Tight right-hand turn onto Limestone Pkwy just before campground
Pros: Heated pool, lake you can swim or fish in
Cons: No alcohol, expensive laundry
Comments: Pool is opened from Memorial Day to Labor Day and really nice in the heat.

Name: Tims Ford State Park
: Winchester, Tennessee
: $34/day
Site: Main Campsite #7, fire pit only
Entry/Exit: Take the loop to get out vs the shortcut which has a too tight of a turn with a tow vehicle and we almost scraped both front and rear undercarriage due to steep angle
Pros: Shade, some short trails leading down to the lake, one RV and one tent per site
Cons: Some low hanging branches
Comments: Jack Daniel’s distillery was about 20 mins away

Name: Seven Points
: Nashville, Tennessee
: $22/day
Site: 57, well manicured site with fire pit, bbq, stone table, lantern hook, and a prep table
Entry/Exit: No problems
Pros: One RV and one tent per site
Cons: Strict 3 pm check-in, some sites slightly uneven (our passenger side tires were off the ground front and rear), single wash/dryer laundry was outside the bathhouse and invaded by bugs
Comments: No sewer but easy dump at entry, 20 minute drive to Nashville

Name: T.O. Fuller State Park
: Memphis, Tennessee
: $25/day + $5 reservation fee
Site: 41, fire pit and table
Entry/Exit: No problems
Pros: Campground host was friendly, FREE ice from ice machine which is really nice on these hot, sunny days. Public pool nearby that you can use for $2.50/person, good laundry prices. Have to use their special firewood $6 for a lot of it though
Cons: Too many bugs! Jeri had 50 bug bites
Comments: No sewer but easy dump at entry

Name: Treasure Isle RV Park
Location: Hot Springs, Arkansas
: $16.25/day with Passport America
Site: C14, table only
Entry/Exit: No problems
Pros: Pool, Lake/River
Cons: Gravel roads might get muddy if it rains
Comments: Less than 10 minutes from historic Bathhouse row

Name: Petit Jean State Park
Location: Morrilton, Arkansas
: $37.48/day (including tax)
Site: Loop A, #18, table, firepit, bbq and lantern hook. Trees for hammock
Entry/Exit: Road up to the park is steep and curvy, one hairpin turn
Pros: Amazing hiking mostly shaded, lake view although you cannot swim in it. Fishing OK. Public pool within walking distance for $4/person. Half price if you go for the last hour 5-6pm. One RV and one tent per site
Cons: Bugs
Comments: Restaurant at Mather Lodge


Name: Green Tree RV Park & Campground
: Eureka Springs, AR
: $22.50/day with Passport America
Site: 5, table only but there were fit pits and BBQs you could use
Entry/Exit: Driving on Arkansas Highway 23 was a little stressful see our comments
Pros: Pool, they let us wash the Motorhome and Fiat
Cons: Pull-through spots were a little short so we had to unhook the tow dolly but there was enough room to have it next to the motorhome
Comments: Quick drive to downtown Eureka Springs which is very cute, lots of shopping


Name: Natural Falls State Park
: Colcord, OK
: $33/day + $8 online fee
Site: 39
Entry/Exit: No problems
Pros: Shade, simple but good hiking trails including one trail with a beautiful waterfall
Cons: Weather - we had a tornado warning
Comments: Quick drive to Siloam Springs, Arkansas


Name: Riverside RV Resort & Campground
: Bartlesville, OK
: $19.50/day with Passport America. Cash or check.
Site: 31, table only
Entry/Exit: Take US-60 W/SE Adams Blvd to S Quapaw Ave instead of the Google Maps directions
Pros: Pool
Comments: Great laundry room, 20 minute drive to Woolaroc Museum & Wildlife Preserve

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Name: Ellis Lakeside Campground
: Ellis, KS
: $20/day
Site: 4, table only
Entry/Exit: No problems
Pros: Long pull-through, shaded, next to Big Creek where you can fish
Cons: First come first serve so get there early. By around 6 pm all sites were taken
Comments: Sites 1 & 2 are 30 amp, all others had 30 and 50 amp. Electricity and water hookups but dump on site