5 Star Campground Reviews – January 2019

Three hundred eighty campgrounds received 5 star reviews in January! Check out some of the highlights.


Deer Creek State Park – Wallsburg, UT

“Wow! This was one of our best views yet. We enjoyed our stay here so much, we extended it two extra nights.” – EatSeeRV


Chosa Campground | BLM – Carlsbad, NM

“The location was great to Carlsbad Caverns and Guadalupe Mtns NP, you have a view of the ridge, and it is free!” – Mortons on the Move


Purtis Creek State Park – Eustace, TX

“The park has lots of activities including hiking, fishing with rods for rent, swimming boating etc. Really enjoyed staying here and will definitely come back if I’m in the area again.” – Greeneraz


General Coffee State Park – Nicholls, GA

“Hiking and biking trails that traverse upland forests and boardwalks through the river swamp are in excellent shape. Park has a cool Heritage Farm that brings you back in time to early settlers in Georgia.” – Don


Ho-Hum RV Park – Carrabelle, FL

“The park has a beautiful view, especially from the dock. There were dolphins that visited each nightT” – Hebardstravels


Rocky Point East | BLM – Susanville, CA

Sites are down 1.5 miles of rocky, dirt road- worth it. There were a few people in and out during our week-long stay in September, but it was mostly peaceful and quiet. – Unknown_Normal


Forest Road 688 | Kaibab National Forest – Grand Canyon, AZ

We arrived a day after a storm dropped a fair amount of snow in the area which was great! It was free and beautiful… – Chris C


Valley of Fire State Park – Overton, NV

Great sites, great views. The park in general is beautiful, well taken care of and great staff. This is my absolute favorite place near Las Vegas. – Neske


French Quarter Public Parking – New Orleans, LA

Cop was patrolling parking lot for first 3 hours we were there so we felt safe and police station was right around block. Can’t ask for anything better that close to Bourbon Street! – CaraOstara


Angels in Goliad RV Park – Goliad, TX

The spots are huge and level, paved in pea gravel. Most of the spots are pull-through, and there are several that have decent shade beneath very large oak trees. – Reed & Liz


The Steps | State Trust Land – Lake Havasu City, AZ

State land permit state you can stay 7 days but we noticed people had been there much longer. The higher you go the more of Lake Havasu you can see. We loved it there and will definitely go back. – TumbleweedDenise


Shelter Point Campground | Glendo State Park – Glendo, WY

We had a perfect site up on a hill overlooking the lake. A stunning place with gorgeous views all around! The reservoir was so cool and clean for swimming. – Cristina_Serenity


Midway Park Campground | Waco Lake Recreation Area – Waco, TX

We loved our stay! Our site #1 was a long back in with a beautiful view of Lake Waco and sunsets. The non-sewer sites were spaced out nicely with plenty of space between sites. – ketah777


Kessler Peak Road | Mojave National Preserve – Cima, CA

This is a great little series of sites just the right distance off the road. Quiet, private, but not a big hassle to get to; nestled among the Joshua trees and the big rocks. – String


Fort De Soto Park Campground | County Park – Saint Petersburg, FL

This campground really is magical. Even though we spent most of our stay working from our site, it was so beautiful and relaxing to be here. – The Taste For Adventure


Baylor Canyon | Organ Mountains-Desert Peaks National Monument – Las Cruces, NM

Great access to hiking trails on the Organ Mountains and to Las Cruces. Less than an hour to White Sands National Monument. Would stay again! – Mrs. Brent


Fountain of Youth Spa RV Resort – Niland, CA

They have activities, jam sessions, concerts, etc going all the time, every day as well as two pools and several spas. – Walt_C


Steele Creek Park Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Morgan, TX

Amazing free camping with water hookup!! We loved this place so much we stayed the full allotted time of 14 days in January. – LoftisPartyofSix – weROAM