Our first experience was at Goose Point on Philpott Lake in Virginia. There are campsites right on the lake that are outstanding with water and electric for $22.00 a night, $11.00 with one of the passes. This beautiful lake has swimming, fishing and boating. We were so impressed with this park that we are returning for two weeks in August.
We next stayed at Floating Mill Park in Tennesee where we had full hookups and a very large concrete site right on a lake. There are two swimming beaches - one for the campground, and a public day area beach.
Next was Maumelle Park in Arkansas, which offered a beautifully shaded site on the Arkansas River with full hookups. The park is conveniently located near Little Rock if you want to tour the city.
We stayed at two more parks on the way home from California. John Day Lock and Dam in Washington provided us a great campsite with full hookups from which to tour the Washington wine country. Cochiti Lake in New Mexico had water and electric, but no sewer. As usual though, we found the campsites to be very large and the park well designed.
|Goose Point Campground, VA|
|Floating Mill Park, TN|
|Maumelle Park, AR|