Free hookups no registrations
We no longer have a membership to Passport America because we don't use a lot of commercial campgrounds. We use ." We pull in, usually late in the day to sleep and usually pull out early the next morning.If you pull in to one of these free locations, drop the jacks, pull out the slides, extend the awning and disconnect the dinghy, you are a certifiable jerk and are spoiling it for the rest of us who use the opportunity.A half mile in the road turns to gravel for about a mile.Campground is on the right just past the dump station.There are more expensive rooms available if you want to splurge, and there is camping which, sorry, we know nothing about. Just past office pull into parking area and pay fee.
Military Living’s “Military RV, Camping & Outdoor Recreation” is available at any military exchange or from Amazon by clicking the link.You can only get them from a facility that honors them (National Park, National Forest, National monuments, etc.Corps of Engineers honors them but does not sell them.). It's a basic motel but at per night it was a bargain.Look for small sailboat on left which indicates the entrance. The road noise from Route 42 is constant and pervasive.Check in inside gate or with Night Host after hours. My America the Beautiful card made this a real bargain. Turn right on Whitehead Street and left on Southard St.