Fort Wilderness Resort and Campground, Lake Buena Vista, FL Site 1741 Full Hookup, W/E/S/C Right near comfort station - Feb 2012
The evolution of a campsite
We love Disney World and had our first trip to Ft. Wilderness this past January. Great place! I have to ask, though -- did you get any grief for having both the trailer and motor home on the same campsite?
Not at all, the rangers came by several times even and spoke with us and never mentioned it. We were within the boundaries of the site, we didn't have vehicles hanging in the road, or extra vehicles at the site, no issues.
Carol & Rick
2007 T@B ClamShell #2741
2009 Ford Explorer Sport Trac 4.6 V8 2WD
Below are some pictures in Arizona we took in February and March.
Cholla Campground, February 2012
This is a Tonto National Forest Campground at Roosevelt Lake, AZ.
Sites do not have hookups. There are flush toilets and showers.
We enjoyed this place.
GPS Coordinates: 33.73092, -111.20361
Site #38 in the Buckhorn Cholla loop:
Riverside Campground, February 2012
This is a Tonto National Forest Campground, downstream of Bartlett Lake, AZ on the Verde River.
It's about 23 miles east of Carefree, AZ.
Sites do not have hookups. There is a vault toilet.
We stayed here early in the week and it was empty.
Weekends are probably when big parties happen, based on all the litter around, including empty beer cans and broken bottles.
It might be a place to visit again, but the litter was a problem.
GPS Coordinates: 33.80897, -111.64787
Sites have a table and fire ring, but they are not numbered.
SB Cove Camping Area, February 2012
This is part of Tonto National Forest, on Bartlett Lake, AZ.
It's about 20 miles east of Carefree, AZ.
This is dispersed beach camping, an enjoyable experience. Find a spot you like and settle in.
You will find rock fire rings others have set up.
We stayed here in the middle of the week and had lot's of space.
At the entrance to the beach is a flush toilet.
GPS Coordinates: 33.86707, -111.61511
When the satellite images on Google Earth were taken, the water was over where we set up camp.
Cave Creek Regional Park, March 2012
This is a Maricopa County park in Cave Creek, AZ.
Loops and sites are paved. Sites have water and electric and come with a table and fire ring.
The park has flush toilets and showers.
They only have 38 sites. We reserved ours for a weekend stay.
Nice layout with Sonoran desert scenery.
Here is our site from this weekend at Table Rock State Park near Branson Missouri. Nice site that is concrete and fairly level, has fire pit, lantern hook, and a picnic table. It also has full hookups including 50 amp, water, sewer. Facilities at the park include showers, playground and a marina that gives a discount on boat rentals for staying in the park. It is only about 20 minutes (or less) to the heart of Branson.
Hubby (USAF MSgt Retired) & Wifey (High School Teacher)
2 kids (1 college graduate and 1 beginning college)
'11 Dodge 3500 Crewcab Diesel longbed w/Bullydog Tuner and Timbrens
'12 Voltage V3200
Amazing pics everyone. Too bad I didnt have a piece of paper after 3 days of looking at these beautiful pics I could of wrote some great spots down but there could be worse things than having to go back over all these pics. Maybe someday I will learn how to post a pic. If anyone wants to help me with that please do.