The Best Camping of September 2020

Sixteen hundred and sity campgrounds received 5-star reviews in September! Check out some of the highlights.

Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort
Buttonwood Inlet RV Resort – Cortez, FL

“This campground is in a great location. The beach is just a short 20 min walk across the bay bridge. The grounds are well maintained with many trees and the staff are very friendly.” – mark6092

Columbia Riverfront RV Park
Columbia Riverfront RV Park – Woodland, WA

“We had a view out the front of the trailer that was great! You can watch large ships traverse the Columbia River. We watched many people fishing as the salmon was running.” – Roger & Roxie

McCormick Place Lot B
McCormick Place Lot B | Parking Lot – Chicago, IL

“Only 2 miles from Downtown Chicago, we walked there every day, secure lot, is a parking lot but COVID has this place empty since no events are going on, loved it, will definitely stay here again.” – Jv

Moraine Loop Campground
Moraine Loop Campground | Arapaho National Recreation Area – Granby, CO

“We really enjoyed paddling (kayak and SUP) in this protected cove of Lake Granby. The views were great and the site (30) was nice, although it was a bit closer to 31 than I’d prefer. However that fact wouldn’t stop me from going back. Sites 35-37 had their own beach.” – Leslie

Gooseneck Lake Dispersed Campsites
Gooseneck Lake Dispersed Campsites | Hiawatha National Forest – Manistique, MI

“Spot 1 is where we stayed and the golden goose, so to speak. Some type of very loud generator could be heard across the water, all evening and night, but it wasn’t the worst thing ever, because the spot is just so very very close to perfect.” – Nathan @ Wand’rly

Stanton Creek Campground | Glen Canyon National Recreation Area -Lake Powell, UT

“Lake Powell is an incredibly special place, and this was my first time driving into camp. Getting to Stanton Creek isn’t difficult at all, especially if you have a truck / SUV w/ some clearance. Will definitely be coming back.” – Grantjd3

Twitley Branch Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers -Collinsville, MS

“Awesome site right on the water! You have your own private little 10’ “beach” where we enjoyed putting our chairs in the water. Sites were fairly large gravel pads and level.” -ssroelfs

Shrine Pass Road Dispersed Camping | White River National Forest -Red Cliff, CO

“We loved staying here! There is actually a lot of camping before you get to the trail head. The road is busy during the day with ATVs and vehicles driving up to the trail head, but its a small price to pay for gorgeous, FREE views! Highly recommend this spot.” -NewstateNomads

Dana Peak Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers -Harker Heights, TX

“Beautiful park! Especially love site 10. Plenty of space between each site. Walk down the slope with your noodle or inflatable tube and enjoy the day on the lake. Clear and clean water. Highly recommend.” -C&R

Munising Tourist Park Campground | City Park -Munising, MI

“Site 3 is very large with direct access to the water, this is a shared beach entrance but it seemed like we were the only ones enjoying the waterfront. The views are amazing.” -Stewbachs

Clark Fork Drift Yard
Clark Fork Drift Yard | Pend Oreille Wildlife Management Area – Hope, ID

“What a great spot! Great internet, right on the water, and views for days. Couldn’t ask for better.” – @no.e.t.a

Leith Run Campground
Leith Run Campground | Wayne National Forest – Matamoras, OH

“The Leith Run Recreation Area and Campground features RV campsites, a riverside viewing platform, and a scenic walking trail, all with spectacular views of the Ohio River.” -LivingOurDreamNow

Edgar Evins State Park
Edgar Evins State Park | Tennessee State Park – Silver Point, TN

“Really interesting camping. We really liked being outside here. Bugs were surprisingly not very present.” – survivestyle

Twin Lakes North
Twin Lakes North | Pike & San Isabel National Forest – Twin Lakes, CO

“Best views we’ve ever had! This is an INCREDIBLE free camping spot just outside of Twin Lakes. There are several nearby hikes, including the tallest mountain in Colorado Mt. Elbert!” -EatSeeRV

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

“The sites in Rainbow Cove are MASSIVE. It made for really easy access and a lot of privacy, especially at the end sites. It was amazing to open my door every morning and see the bright blue water with the mountains in the background.” -Blake

Big Lagoon County Park
Big Lagoon County Park | County Park – Trinidad, CA

“Wonderful time, loved the views. We had a very relaxing stay. We stayed in site 25 and the view from behind our site of the lagoon was amazing.” -Ctdekk Travels

Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort
Coral Sands Oceanfront RV Resort | RV Park – Ormond Beach, FL

“Let’s be honest – you are here for the beach. Direct beach access, if not pure beach views from your RV. This has all of that with full hookup and an easy drive to lots of things.”-piston9

Lake Wenatchee State Park
Lake Wenatchee State Park | Wenatchee National Forest – Leavenworth, WA

“At the south campground there were very few campers compared to other nearby sites. Lots of dense tree cover between spots so even if it was crowded you’d feel you had some privacy.” -BajaSurfYoga

Taylor's Beach Campground
Taylor’s Beach Campground | RV Park – Howell, MI

“This place is beautiful, quiet, and peaceful! If I am ever around those parts I would definitely stay here again!!!” -DavArroyo7242

Railroad Bridge Campground
Railroad Bridge Campground | Arkansas Headwaters Recreation Area – Buena Vista, CO

“Beautiful Location, Relatively Quiet, Great Views. Several back-in sites have berms so there is also some privacy and distance between sites. Fishing access to the Arkansas River was relatively easy.” -TheGRanch

DeMotte Campground
DeMotte Campground | Kaibab National Forest – North Rim, AZ

“This is one of the cleanest, nicest campgrounds I’ve ever stayed in. Lots of trees and really close to the North Rim official park entrance. Highly recommend!” -H.J.

Lake Margrethe State Forest Campground
Lake Margrethe State Forest Campground | Dept. Natural Resources – Grayling, MI

“Wish I could have stayed longer! It was totally level and had great lake views. Hanson Hills has great hiking and biking trails and the Grayling Bicycle Turnpike was another great find.” -Wandering Pulse

Sunshine Campground
Sunshine Campground | Uncompahgre National Forest – Telluride, CO

“Beautiful setting super easy access. Nice trail between sites 9 and 11 to go watch the sunset or have a day walk too.” -Idaho Red

Lake Creek Road Dispersed Camping
Lake Creek Road Dispersed Camping | Sawtooth National Forest – Ketchum, ID

“Wow! One of our all time favorites! This place is amazing!! Beautiful views, easy access, even for larger rigs. Great internet too.” -@ZulaLife