its not always the campground, its the people
Bullards. I am currently staying there for a couple of days on my way back down south to work in Quartzsite again.
I have stayed here before, but only for Oregon gatherings. I must say, without all the fine folks from here as neighbors, this place is kind of.. blah.
You can't beat the location, I have already been to the Crab Shack and spent my mad money for the trip on dinner. I will take the pups for a hike tomorrow, barring torrential downpours and look for "Help wanted" signs in town and in Coos Bay. (I am not going to hold my breath on those) Spend another nite and hit the road again on Saturday.
The campground itself is lacking the spark and luster I have experienced here before. I am positive it comes from all the nice folks I have met here and the good times had.
Some of it has to do with the season, sure. The foliage has died, you can see all the way thru to the closed B Loop from my site (A43) and it is dark and almost scary.
I did find the cemetery tho.. and its the perfect time of year to see it :-P
So, it's not the destination.. it's the quality of folks (And rigs!) in it.