5 Star Campground Reviews – March 2019

Four hundred sixty three campgrounds received 5 star reviews in March! Check out some of the highlights.


Mustang Island Beach Access | City Park – Port Aransas, TX

This site is next to Mustang island state park and well maintained. Great spot with better cell service than North or South beach of Padre Island. – Ramble Tamble


Redskin Creek Road | Pike National Forest – Pine, CO

Didn’t see another soul camping the entire time (guess I’m a little crazy to want to stay out here in the winter) and I was able to get online and work with my AT&T hotspot. Great hiking/biking trails nearby; had a great time snowshoeing. – Kara


Guadalupe RV Park – Ensenada, BC, Mexico

This is a pay by donation RV Park with all proceeds going to the School for the Deaf across the street. Great location in wine country. – Our Adventuring Life


Kershaw-Ryan State Park – Caliente, NV

This was a great overnight stop. The campsite we used was a back in site and was very level. This campground sits in a canyon with great views and seems protected from winds. – DCSeeds


Reed Bingham State Park – Adel, GA

Beautiful Private Site. Biking the park was amazing. We will definitely stay here again. Join the Rewards program so you can earn points toward future camping. – Nomadic Hobbyist


Box Wash | BLM – Wickenburg, AZ

We loved our stay at box wash. We stayed in early February, and had the place nearly all to ourselves. Beautiful, beautiful location. – David7ss


Hardee Lakes Park | County Park – Bowling Green, FL

I almost hate to post about this hidden gem… this smaller beautiful park is our favorite campground to stay! It’s beautiful, quiet and very laid back. – Nate


Lofers Bend West Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Whitney, TX

This site was on a point of land overlooking the lake with no campers to either side of us. Beautiful and private. – Liam n Maggie


Fort Toulouse – Jackson Park Campground | State Park – Wetumpka, AL

The grounds are very pretty and the forts can be explored with a self-guided tour. – Jonathan Clemmer


Fort Yargo State Park – Winder, GA

I’ve been searching for a spot to go with fun mountain bike trails, easy access (1 hr from home), and cell service so I can work from the site. Found it! Very nice campground. – Scottfast03


Kingman Wash | Lake Mead National Recreation Area – Temple Bar Marina, AZ

We loved it! The view is STUNNING! We had big horn sheep greet us on the high ledges and burros two of the days. – The Gravel Travels


Kate’s Fish Camp – Gainesville, FL

This bike trail alone makes for a great experience as Paynes Prairie is a wonder to behold. The overlook spurs along the trail are breathtaking. – Nomad Reign RV


Stephen C. Foster State Park – Fargo, GA

Nice campground at Okefenokkee Swamp. Quite remote location. Some mosquitoes but not bad at all. – gladu2


Silurian Dry Lake Bed | BLM – Baker, CA

Regardless we loved staying here because the area is so huge, the patterns in the dry crackled ground are awesome and we loved riding our bikes around on it. – Wanderland Travelers


Whitney Pocket | Gold Butte National Monument – Bunkerville, NV

It’s off the beaten path so you’ll have more privacy than most areas near Las Vegas…give it a try, you’ll love it. – Neske


Lake Livingston State Park – Livingston, TX

First time to this area of Texas and we were so impressed with the beauty of this park. Sunsets over the lake in the evening were fantastic! – LlanoSher


Colt Creek State Park – Lakeland, FL

Absolutely loved camping at this state park. So clean and well cared-for. Spacious lots with good distance between each one. – Sheribaz


Walnut Canyon | Coconino National Forest – Flagstaff, AZ

My spot was great. Excellent view of the mountains. I really like this place. Makes me feel like I am in the Colorado mountains (sort of) when I am surrounded by desert. – Rv Chickadee


Turkey Hole | Dept. Fish & Wildlife – Lyle, WA

This is a rustic campground with one vault toilet that was pretty clean and well maintained, it had no trash disposal but the campground was spotless, it seems that everyone was adhering to the leave-no-trace mantra. – Jules


Crooked River State Park – St. Marys, GA

The sites are well spaced on the west loop and I felt we had good privacy. Earl and I would stay here again. Crooked River is an excellent Georgia State Park. – Tom and Earl (the Springer)


South Carlsbad State Beach – Carlsbad, CA

Coming from Colorado, this was a really magical experience for me. I was in site 183, and it is right up against the cliff. – HoneyBear