|Star and Vino at the Joshua Tree National Park, a nature preserve|
|3 quadrants: RV Park, country club, RV haven, and nature preserve|
|camping at the Docks' driveway|
This is an RV campground within or almost within city limits and has basic amenities or activities, often none. An example is The Oaks at Point South which became our jump-off point to Beaufort, Hilton Head, and Savannah for my friend Dittas when she visited us. But the best example of this category is a hotel in Hermosillo, Mexico which allowed RVs to park at their back parking lot. Another great example is the campground which was within walking distance of the French Quarter in New Orleans!
|Walmart RV Park|
|Palm Springs Country Club|
|dry camping at the roadside enroute to the Arctic Circle|
|Bill relaxing at our campsite in Green Mountain, an RV haven|
Farther from the city, this type of campground is also well equipped with amenities and activities. At Green Mountain Resort in Lenoir, North Carolina, each campsite has a large deck beside a little stream which makes soothing ‘music’ throughout the day. The park also has a lake for fishing and great hiking trails all around, a tennis court, a 9-hole golf course, a large clubhouse with pool and table tennis tables, and eature great concerts and parties. Because it is near the town of Lenoir, we could also use the community center’s gym and spa.
|a nature haven in winter...|
|a country club in fall|
We looooove the campground infrastructure in the US but we often wonder how it is in Europe or Australia/New Zealand? Can we RV there as well? Watch for the results of our research!