Campgrounds and RV Parks that our customers recommend:
Please share the names, city and state of your favorite RV Parks as you travel from state to state in your Born Free.
Lazydays RV - 3200 East Irvington Road, Tucson, Arizona 85714 Toll Free: (800) 306-4070
Fort Lauterdale, Florida
Yacht Haven RV Park & Marina - Junction of I-95 and State Rd 84, Fort Lauderdale, Florida
Lazydays RV - 6130 Lazy Days Boulevard, Seffner, Florida 33584 Toll Free: (800) 282-7800
Walkabout Camp & RV Park
Fort Dodge, Iowa
John F. Kennedy State Park
Humboldt, Iowa Area
Born Free RV Factory Campground 1505 13th St. N., Humboldt, Iowa 50548 Phone: (515) 332-3755 Toll Free: (800) 247-1835
Joe Sheldon Park
Frank Gotch State Park
Dakota City Park
Humboldt County Fairgrounds (During Born Free's Annual Rallies)
Spring Valley, MN
Hulbert's RV Park: Electrical Hookups (6) 507-346-2355
Wade, North Carolina
KOA Campground This is a great place to stop. The owner's run the place and recently remade the entire park over, making it all fresh and new. There's lots of shade there, and it is located very close to many things to do. Fayetteville is only a 10 minute drive from there.
Cherokee, North Carolina
KOA Campground This campground is very large and offers many fun activities for the whole family. It is on the reservation there in Cherokee, NC, located in the Great Smoky Mountains and is on the Blue Ridge Parkway.
Hitch-N-Post RV Park Hwy 89
Country Waye RV Park Large,beautiful, well maintained sites overlooking the Shenandoah Mountains. Luray is home to Luray Caverns and nearby is the New Market Civil War battlefield. Shenandoah National Park and area wineries round out the stay.
Artic RV Park Hwy 101 (7 miles south of Aberdeen, WA)
Olympic Peninsula, WA
Salt Creek Recreation Area http://www.clallam.net/Parks/SaltCreek.html This park has national park aesthetics, with County Park amenities. The 196-acre Park includes upland forests, rocky bluffs, rocky tide pools, sand beach, Salt Creek access, campsites, and panoramic views of the Strait of Juan de Fuca, Crescent Bay, and Vancouver Island, British Columbia. Salt Creek is a regional park that draws visitors from all areas of the northwest. Many colleges and schools from all over the U.S. visit the park to study and observe the marine life. 30A and 50A service and every spot has a 180 degree view of the Straits of Juan de Fuca.