5 Star Campground Reviews – April 2018

Five hundred fifty campgrounds received 5 star reviews in April. Check out some of the highlights below.


Henrieville Creek, Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument – Henrieville, UT

We had the place to ourselves at the end of March and it was beautiful and quiet. There are a few different areas to explore for smaller rigs. – Road it up


Forest Road 272 – Nathrop, CO

Beautiful, large site with views of Mt Princeton and Mt. White. Proximity to several beautiful trails, including the Browns Creek Falls and Little Browns Creek Falls trails, which will take you up to the Colorado Trail. – Maman325


Temple Bar Campground – Temple Bar Marina, AZ

Love camping at Temple Bar. The marina is very close, so we kayaked our hearts out. – Lynda


Rye Patch State Park – Lovelock, NV

I stayed in the west cg with only two other RVs. Beautiful site on the lake with trails and gorgeous views. – Geoff


Toad Suck Campground – Bigelow, AR

This was our first COE campground – spacious, huge central area, and only the occasional tug toot in the night. You certainly can’t beat the price – or the name! – SteveAz


Timberlake Campground & RV Park – Home Valley, WA

We liked the proximity to some great Gorge hikes. The campground is clean and quiet. – Barb22Dave


Wedge Overlook – Emery, UT

It is crazy that places like this are free. Thank goodness they are. We are so lucky! – Rv Chickadee


Juniper Family Campground – Bandelier National Monument
Los Alamos, NM

Great rustic spot in National Park. We opted to stay in the B loop and found a spot that had some great hammock trees and good sun for the solar panels. – Vicaribus


Wildrose Campground – Death Valley National Park
Death Valley, CA

Very few people at the campsite and plenty of space between sites. Loved our stay! – our_mini_keg


Stone Mountain State Park – Roaring Gap, NC

Gorgeous hiking within the park. Quiet and beautiful. Close to the Blue Ridge Parkway. – Voyagers On Wheels


Potash Road – Moab, UT

We saw lot of rigs of all sizes and a good bit of tent campers but it was still easy to find a secluded spot. – Adventuresoffour


Mile Creek County Park – Six Mile, SC

We camped out on the peninsula so we had great southern views of the lake. Overall this place seemed pretty laid back with nearly every site having views. – Todd


Valley of Fires Recreation Area – Carrizozo, NM

The campsites are up on a small mesa, so the views are spectacular in every direction. Access to everything Southern New Mexico is good from here. – BMyers


Half Moon Bay State Beach – Half Moon Bay, CA

This back-in site gave us a panoramic view of Half Moon Bay, the pounding surf, and the changing weather – a perfect setting. – RM


Split Mountain Campground | Dinosaur National Monument – Jensen, UT

We stayed here for two nights at the very end of March and loved it. It’s inside the park so you are a short drive to the Visitor Center. – OurLifeInTow


Twin Lakes Campground – Pendleton, SC

We love COE parks and this is our favorite so far. Most sites have terrific water views and lots of privacy. – Anne H


Oceanside Campground | Assateague Island National Seashore – Berlin, MD

Dry camping but the beach is worth it. And yes, there were horses. And deer. And lots of birds. – Annie


Ouray RV Park & Cabins – Ouray, CO

Right on the river and with a view of Mount Abrams that makes it clear why this area is called the Switzerland of America. – KathrynB


The Springs at Borrego RV Resort – Borrego Springs, CA

It’s true…you get what you pay for. Beautiful, manicured grounds in a very relaxed and peaceful setting. – RVSquirrel


Osoyoos West Bench – Osoyoos, BC, Canada

The area is stunningly beautiful with views of the hillside and overlooking the town and Lake Osoyoos. – Margot Bai


Whiskey Creek Beach NW – Port Angeles, WA

You can hear the waves crashing and enjoy the view of the water and the Canadian mountains across the straight wherever you are set up. – Brown Sign Junkies


Pony Express Dispersed – Dugway, UT

All in all, the dispersed sites along the Pony Express Trail gave us everything we were looking for on a weekend of camping: peaceful solitude, a stunningly beautiful site, and lots to see and do in the area. – Grand Adventure