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"Campendium is our go-to campground review site for a few reasons: 1) It’s so easy to search for free sites, public parks, or traditional RV parks, 2) we love seeing photos of campgrounds before choosing where to camp, and 3) it’s built and run by RVers like us!" -Mike Fischer
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- Fixes a rare crash when attempting to use Current Location after previously denying location permissions.
- Significantly speeds up location based searches.
This update is more packed than a Yosemite campground on Labor Day! We've added several new features and put a fresh coat of paint on things.
- View all your past reviews, photos and profile. Additionally, for the first time ever, we're debuting a new ground-breaking feature called "log out".
- Particularly impressed with a dump station review from some user named Wand'rly? Tap on the name of another user to view their profile and see other reviews they wrote.
- New top bar design to maximize content, featuring 346% less blue!
- Tweaks to the Campground Details design to help you find the information you need faster.
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Ratings and Reviews
Where to begin
If you like camping, or road trips, or even know what BLM land is, you need to have this. It’s that simple! Kind of want to camp out at what looks like a good enough spot to stop the RV on google earth? There’s probably pictures of it already on Campendium, along with whether it has cell coverage or not, and from which providers. And someone will likely have left a review saying which sizes of RVs could safely turn around down that other road you were looking at. Then take that location, open it in Apple or Google Maps or copy the GPS coordinates for further planning.
My favorite anecdotes from the last year of using it all boil down to “a few reviews warned how bad this six miles of washboard road are, which would have deterred us otherwise, but they said it was worth it so we kept going and it WAS; or not knowing where to stay in an area and finding some unmarked hollow on the side of a mountain, unbelievably scenic but shockingly close to town. There’s so much out there other adventurous folks like you will help you find!
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A Great Experience
We recently stayed at the RV Park after the National Park Campgrounds filled up. We can honestly say that it was a great experience staying at San-Suz-Ed. The new owners Jason & Katie (& family) made us fill right at home, and they are making improvements to the campground daily. We were sad to leave after 4 days, and would have loved to stay longer. The RV Park was full, but it never felt crowded and was always peaceful and quiet at night. We had fun sitting around the community campfire in the evenigs and sharing stories while our daughter made new friends. We definitely recommend this campground to anyone looking, and we will be back next year for sure. Some sites are back in, and others are pull through. We stayed in two sites, 17 & 24. Both sites were easy to get in and didn’t require much to level the trailer, a few block under the tires to help, this is the Mountains after all.
Best kept secret of the southern tip of the Sierras
This is our 2d trip to Red Rock, having stumbled onto this little gem a few years ago on our way to Death Valley. Last time the place was empty on arrival. This time, we arrived at 6p and freaked because the campground was nearly full. We had broken our “get to campground by 1” rule, so I gave hubby the stink eye and tried to blame him. Then, magic. Our favorite spot - #50 - was still vacant! Waiting for us. Ok, it was one of the most unlevel spots in the campground, but who cares? That’s what levelers are for, right? Gorgeous sunset, and now spectacular pink sunrise. Warm during the day, freakin cold at night. They now have free WIFI! So hubby was pretty happy that he could still work (and watch Netflix). The trail right near #50 did not have a “no dogs” sign, so as soon as I finish writing this I’m outta here with Sofie & Tyler!
Developer Response ,
Hi tyler&sofieshuman - Thanks for the 5 star review, however, it would be even better if you could add it directly to Campendium. You can do so by finding the campground you would like to review and selecting "Add Review" on the detail page. Thanks again and safe travels!
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