Most are in quiet waterfront areas with a lot of opportunities for swimming, fishing, kayaking, and sailing.
There are over 450 COE campgrounds across the United States along various lakes, rivers, and channels. We searched Recreation.gov and Campground Reviews to narrow down ten of the most extremely popular spots.
1. Potters Creek Park: Canyon Lake, Texas
Potters Creek Park is just a good place to cool down in south-central Texas. In the northern coast of Canyon Lake, this huge campground is open year-round with websites for tents and RVs. The sites all have electric and water hookups, paved pads, and their own picnic table, fire ring, and grill. Continue reading “Corps of Engineers (COE) campgrounds offer spacious, level web sites for RVs.”