Campsite Reviews

Crystal Springs Camping, Lake Quachita, AR

Located on Lake Quachita near Hot Springs, AR is Crystal Springs Campground. Most Campsites have electricity and water and one of the best features of this campground is the beach for swimming in the lake. Great little spot to relax before visiting Hot Springs National Park.

Craters of the Moon National Monument Camping

If you’re passing through Idaho make sure Craters of the Moon is on your route. This is a place that you should see and if you have enough time you should stay overnight on the Lava flow campground. The staff is super friendly and you’ll have an amazing night sky to enjoy the stars.

Caprock Canyon State Park Camping

Caprock Canyon is a great State Park in the Panhandle of Texas. We only stayed there for one night on our way north so we couldn’t hike the trails (over 90 miles!) but at least we could check out the official Bison herd of Texas.

Tyler State Park Camping

Tyler State Park is a nice park for an overnight stay if you’re travelling on Interstate 20 through Dallas, TX which is about 90 minutes away. You can spend a morning hiking on 10 miles of trails or in summer enjoy swimming in the lake. The facilities are very clean and the staff is friendly.