5 Star Campground Reviews – October 2019

Seven hundred sixty six locations received 5 star reviews in October! Check out some of the highlights below.

Assateague State Park Maryland State Park
Assateague State Park | Maryland State Park – Berlin, MD

Only a 2 minute walk from the Atlantic Ocean. Only a 2 minute walk from the Atlantic Ocean. Coffee on the beach in the early hours, watching the waves crashing only yards from us, was breathtaking. – CJW81

Davis Lake Campground
Davis Lake Campground | Tombigbee National Forest – New Houlka, MS

Davis Lake Recreation Area is situated just 4 miles from the Natchez Trace Parkway. 14 sites are right on the lake front offering spectacular sun rises and evening sun sets. – RV-Therapy

Old Highway 89 BLM
Old Highway 89 | BLM – Mount Carmel, UT

Absolutely beautiful scenery here….mountains views out our door. Definitely would stay here again. – Susan

Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge Dept. Fish & Wildlife
Pahranagat National Wildlife Refuge | Dept. Fish & Wildlife – Alamo, NV

Not only does Pahranagat offer 15 lakeside sites, they’re free! Such a find! We planned on one night but ended up staying six. – Hootie

Tuttle Creek Campground
Tuttle Creek Campground | BLM – Lone Pine, CA

Rushing stream at the rear of our site puts it over the top. Seriously wish we could stay more than one night but we’ll be back for sure. – Chris&David

Natural Tunnel State Park
Natural Tunnel State Park | Virginia State Park – Duffield, VA

This is one of the nicest parks and camping facilities we seen in awhile. We walked the trails toward the Natural Tunnel for exercise. We will be back. – Pirate Ship

McCoy Flat Road BLM
McCoy Flat Road | BLM – Vernal, UT

We stayed here so we could explore Dinosaur National Monument which was about a 40ish minute drive away. Definitely recommend this spot! Tons of bike trails and areas to walk! – QuietyourmindEnjoytheride

Piney Grove Campground
Piney Grove Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – New Site, MS

The place is really neat, the sites are spaced apart well with many on the water. Nice beach as well. On the list to return when we have more time. – DrBob806

Ponderosa Campground
Ponderosa Campground | Tonto National Forest – Payson, AZ

The campground is very well-maintained, and the restrooms were clean. Our site was neatly raked and groomed upon our arrival. I’d stay here again. No doubt. – 4airstreamers

Gale River Loop Road
Gale River Loop Road | White Mountain National Forest – Bethlehem, NH

SO Beautiful! We stayed here during the colors changing and it was one of the most beautiful spots we have camped! – @no.e.t.a

Hancock Recreation Area Beach & Campground
Hancock Recreation Area Beach & Campground | City Park – Hancock, MI

Great city rv park. Strong electric, very good wifi, & beautiful view from sites along the river, especially during the fall color season. – Fred

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

Gorgeous Views of the Organ Mountains. Quiet and absolutely beautiful. So worth staying and enjoying the views and sunset. – Lveloz

Lincoln Rock State Park
Lincoln Rock State Park | Washington State Park – Wenatchee, WA

Very roomy campground with wonderful green spaces to enjoy. Lots of orchards and wineries in the area too. We will definitely be back! – Onlytherocks

Aiken State Park
Aiken State Park | South Carolina State Park – Windsor, SC

This is a well maintained campground. I wouldn’t hesitate to return and spend more time there! – Pourme

Deerwood RV Park
Deerwood RV Park | RV Park – Eugene, OR

Cute quiet and clean. This is everything we needed on our drive south. Super close to Eugene and Eric was so helpful and friendly. – Jleahkaylor

Glacier Campground
Glacier Campground | RV Park – West Glacier, MT

This is a more park-like experience than many NPS campgrounds where I have stayed. You are a very short drive to the park from this campground and have easy access to Kallispel. – JennGrover

McKinney Campground Army Corps Of Engineers
McKinney Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Acworth, GA

We had beautiful lakefront views with a gorgeous sunset that evening. We’ll be back again when we can stay longer. – charferrari

Glacier Peak Resort & Winery
Glacier Peak Resort & Winery | RV Park – Rockport, WA

We stayed in this park for a week in mid-July 2019 because it was close to North Cascades NP. It was in the woods with beautiful mature trees, was very quiet, pull through, gravel and grass, with FHU, 30/50 amp and Wifi. – JanAndDougS

Mammoth Cave Campground
Mammoth Cave Campground | Mammoth Cave National Park – Mammoth Cave, KY

My site, and all the others I looked at, were huge and you had tons of space between you and your neighbors. The campground is also just down the road from the visitors center and cave tours. – Blake

Kessler Peak Road Mojave National Preserve
Kessler Peak Road | Mojave National Preserve – Cima, CA

There are three excellent sites in the first 1-mile stretch of Kessler Peak Rd. The Joshua trees here are beautiful and special. I’ve never seen so many in one place. – Hootie

Robbers Cave State Park Oklahoma State Park
Robbers Cave State Park | Oklahoma State Park – Wilburton, OK

We visited the caves, plan at least 2hr to walk around and explore. Overall great experience and will definitely be staying again. – TheCoopers