5 Star Campground Reviews – September 2018

Six hundred twenty two campgrounds received 5 star reviews in September! Check out some of the highlights below.


Twin Lakes View | San Isabel National Forest – Twin Lakes, CO

INCREDIBLE Views with plenty to do close! We fished in the reservoir right there (walking distance from the spot we were in), really great spot! – strattag21


Firehole Canyon Campground | Ashley National Forest – McKinnon, WY

The views at any of the sites were amazing. It’s a great place to boondock. We would love to stay again in the spring time. – Meechee204


Lincoln Trail State Park – Marshall, IL

Stayed day after Labor Day and had campgrounds to ourselves. Very nice with easy access. Excellent Camping. – Eddie


Steer Pasture Overlook Dispersed | Buffalo Gap National Grassland – Wall, SD

It’s boon docking on steroids! No fires, National Grasslands, keep it clean when you leave so we can continue enjoying the best of the best. – Tomp


Alkali Lake – Soap Lake, WA

Perfect spot with room for large rigs. Close to lake for birdwatching and maybe kayaking. Would definitely stay here again. – Newt


Tioga Lake Campground | Inyo National Forest – Lee Vining, CA

This is an awesome location just east of the eastern entrance to Yosemite National Park. In the morning we took a lovely 2 mile walk around the lake. Spectacular place to camp just off of highway 120. – Treve

Forest Road 611 East Rim | Kaibab National Forest – North Rim, AZ

This spot was a dream come true. We will be back again. The views are once in a lifetime camp spot. – Doyal1

Burnt Beach | Provincial Recreation Site – Campbell River, BC, Canada

The campground road dead ends at a single, narrow site with its own private beach and beautiful lake views. – Margot Bai


Bay Furnace Campground | Hiawatha National Forest – Munising, MI

I made my reservations for this spot 6 months in advance, and it did not disappoint. I would do it again in a heartbeat. We were right on the shore of Lake Superior and had a sandy beach mostly to ourselves. – Kblanquart


Lone Mesa Campground | BLM – Moab, UT

This campground is just before you enter Canyonlands park. The views are gorgeous. There is no light pollution here and the view of the Milkyway is incredible. – alicesfort


Mammoth Campground – Yellowstone National Park, WY

We were inundated by elk during our visit in September, with groups of cows and calves in our campsite and feeding throughout the campground, especially in the mornings. – Zamia Ventures


Devils Garden Campground | Arches National Park – Moab, UT

The sunsets were amazing, but even more amazing was sitting out under the stars until late into the evening…. Heaven! Yeah… it was pretty great! – Dontjustdream

Little Tallapoosa Park – Carrollton, GA

We spent 2 weeks traveling out to NC and back, visited 7 different campgrounds and this one is in the top three! Plenty of space, new roads, a splash pad and best of all paved paths that are ADA friendly! – Dude RV


Sacramento Pass Recreation Area – Ely, NV

Very serene location. views are amazing. In the background, mountains and pinion trees all around. and dark DARK night skies! – snelson600


Gamble Rogers Memorial State Recreation Area – Flagler Beach, FL

Beautiful view of the Atlantic Ocean and beach out our large rear window. We recommend this park. Staff is friendly and the hosts are very diligent in maintaining the place. – Bill & Jeri RV Travels


Rainbow Cove Campground | Bear Lake State Park – Laketown, UT

This place can be busy from Memorial Day through Labor Day, but right now in late September we’re the only folks here for the second night in a row. We’re only about 25 yard back from the gorgeous azure waters of Bear Lake. – Grand Adventure


Glass Creek Campground | Inyo National Forest – June Lake, CA

Wooded, spacious sites with bear proof lockers and fire rings. Well maintained for a free campground! Tons of trails surrounding for hiking and biking. Deer walked they our site regularly but no bears spotted. We will definitely return!! – niRVanaOnWheels


Lowry Campground | White River National Forest – Dillon, CO

The CG was clean and quiet. If you walk along the tent road and then continue up the hill you can get a great view of Lake Dillon in about 10 minutes walk. – Wolfgang


Anastasia State Park – St. Augustine, FL

Beautiful and very private camping area. Not a far drive to downtown to check out St. Augustine. Would definitely come here again. – Lori

Forest Road 7320 | Mt. Baker-Snoqualmie National Forest – Greenwater, WA

This was an excellent base camp while exploring the Mt Rainier National Park and was by far our favorite campsite ever! The view up here is AMAZING! – Fate Unbound