Reviews of Lochy Holiday Park , Fort William, Inverness-Shire Campsite Reviews of Lochy Holiday Park , Fort William, Inverness-Shire Campsite

What is considered a full hookup campsite, all customers have access to a range of facilities

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Sue and Jim Alkire, the owners, are ever present to ensure everything is running smoothly. The meeting rooms, special purpose rooms and reception area all all done with a tasteful Southwestern flair.

Trees, shrubs, flowers and lawn -- all meticulously maintained, with even an occasional fountain or other "art object" tossed in to complete the picture. This one is special.

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And of course Fort William itself. Lots of choices for big rigs here. The Lodge offers cabins plus a beautiful Lodge building with restaurant.

A new park, this offers spacious sites scattered artistically under a canopy of old oak trees.

The park, which is located in a charming, forested neighborhood, is situated on a small lake that offers fishing for kids of all ages.

It's often difficult to find a really "nice" RV park near major tourist attractions. You know you're in that country when you see the first of the posted park rules is "no shooting". It's located in Abbeville, arguably the epicenter of Acadiana, and approximately a dozen count 'em spaces -- by far the smallest park you'll find in our "Favorites" listings.

We're not particularly keen on urban locations, train or highway noise, or video arcades. The campsites offer water and electric hookups, and many are suitable for big rigs. The sites are neatly maintained, and are surfaced in a manner that would be welcome in the event of damp weather.

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We found this an exceptional respite in an area which can during the peak season feel crowded. And the views are fabulous in every direction.

This is a one of California's most pleasant climates, with easy access to many nearby attractions including Monterey, Santa Cruz, Moss Landing, and the pristine Elkhorn Slough. This is the type of park you think you'll just be staying for a night, but ending up staying much longer.

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Make this your headquarters for doing one of the famed Titanfall matchmaking dlc Canyon Adventure" jet boat or float trips, which can be arranged through the park -- and the departure point is only steps away from the park.

Alpine is a natural stopover to or from Big Bend; but it's really worth a stay here as well. Cliff Dwellings and "Catwalk" make this a perfect central location.

A number of winter Texans have claimed this as their favored stopover for the entire winter season.

For those who enjoy true seclusion, this is a must visit campground. The restrooms and showers are a particularly welcome sight in Alaska; and on the second level of the building in which the restrooms are located is a large "family room" with a TV, couches, and other amenities -- the most welcome for us on our visit was a dedicated phone line for laptops.

We were impressed that many of the sites could easily handle big rigs. Leavenworth, located on the east slopes of the Cascade mountains, is a popular tourist destination because the entire town resembles a quaint Tyrolean village; and there are events here virtually year-round.

This is a place to be discovered by RVers who want a great central location for summer travels. Free WiFi has been extended throughout most of the park. We saw mountain sheep as we explored this area.

And the diversion is well worth the time if you value a clean and well maintained campground. Big rigs will especially appreciate all the extra space to set up here. The sites offer all ameneties, including some with both cable and phone hookups -- the only ones we've seen in Alaska.