5 Star Campground Reviews – August 2017

Three hundred sixteen campgrounds received 5 star reviews in August. Check out the highlights below.


Mancos State Park – Mancos, CO

We stayed for 8 nights and loved this place! This was probably the cleanest CG we stayed at in our 8 weeks of travel. This park was enjoyed by all ages in our family and will definitely be back. – Why not


Florence Keller Regional Park – Crescent City, CA

Keller is a hidden secret. You are IN THE REDWOODS when you camp here… GREAT park, and we are going to stay there again later this summer. – Dave


McKaskey Creek Campground – Cartersville, GA

We were charmed from the moment we arrived. Our site was adorable, set down into a private dell with no nearby campers within sight after our first night there. – KnMTravel


Rafter J Bar Ranch – Hill City, SD

The Rafter J Bar Ranch could easily be our favorite campground and we really enjoyed our stay there. We would stay here again in a heartbeat, even sooner if we lived closer… – Brett


Farewell Bend Campground – Prospect, OR

We absolutely loved this campground. Our site was right on the river and the sound of the rushing river was so relaxing. We are planning to visit this campground again next year, possibly with our neighbors we met this year. – Patrick


Mikesell-Potts Recreation Area – Buffalo, WY

This place is beautiful with 8 electrical sites and over 100 other sites, many lake front. Plenty to do at the lake, boating, Kayaking, hiking and walking trails.- Nikki


Boya Lake Provincial Park – Stikine Region, BC, Canada

This little jewel of a campsite is a must stop on our way up or down the Cassiar Highway every time. You can rent canoes and kayaks on site to go explore this gorgeous lake and its many islands. – Road it up


Lebanon Hills Regional Park – Apple Valley, MN

Mall of America and Minneapolis are about 15 minutes away. You feel outside the city, but yet in the city. We would definitely stay here again. – Traveling America – Adventures of PalmAir


Coldwater Campground – Mammoth Lakes, CA

We hiked around Lake Mary a couple times. We also hiked up to Emerald Lake, Skelton Lake and Arrowhead Lake. We really found the area beautiful and will be back. – larock


Trail Creek Road – Sun Valley, ID

We loved our spot off of Trail Creek Road. Beautiful views, close to several great day hikes and easy to bike into town on a paved bike path starting at the established campground down the road. – Partylikeits1995


Mueller State Park – Divide, CO

Verdant forest, granite peaks, and peaceful meadows fill Mueller State Park, making this one of the most beautiful places we have ever camped. – Kerri


Lake Herman State Park – Madison, SD

Beautiful lake and beautiful campground. Lots of trees but still very open. Hiking trails are easy and pamphlets available to help you discover birds,trees and fauna. – MadMan


Lake Shetek State Park – Currie, MN

Hosts were great and brought information on area events (Laura Ingalls Wilder museum was one). Full showers and flush and pit toilets. Very clean. We will be back. – lindy


Diamondback Trailhead Campsite – Doyle, CA

The views up here are stellar, especially for sunset and the Verizon 4G is really quick. We seriously considered changing plans to stay here it was so nice, but the weather was going to be hot so we moved on up the mountains. – NomadicNeighbors


Rancheria Campground – Lakeshore, CA

Huntington Lake is 7000 feet elevation of Sierra Nevada mountains. Campground is surrounded on 3 sides by the lake. No down side for us, terrific trip! – Cliff Day


Hunter Peak Campground – Cody, WY

This is just a short distance from the Beartooth highway. And right on a lovely bubbling river. Sites are nicely spaced. Restroom was very clean. – 20AcresNoSheep


Alice Lake Provincial Park – Squamish, BC, Canada

Alice Lake Provincial Park is a beautiful campground in the magical coastal forest. There are tons of beautiful hiking and mountain biking trails in the park. – Road it up


The Rock Tub Hot Springs – Mammoth Lakes, CA

This spot was great. Have a fantastic view of the Eastern Sierras and a nice hot spring that can hold around 4 people, and around 100 degrees. – glasgows_onthego


Grayrocks Reservoir Public Access – Wheatland, WY

We found several water front locations for our big rig with no other RVs within our view. This location is quite large and could support hundreds of RVs. – Chris


El Aguaje Campground – Questa, NM

I love this place! This is part of the Wild Rivers Recreation Area, which is now the Rio Grande del Norte National Monument. – Zennie (Uphill Zen)


Lower Falls Campground – Skamania, WA

Lower Falls is a beautiful campground that has huge, spacious sites and was relatively quiet. The trails and waterfalls are absolutely gorgeous!!! – Xiongmao12