5 Star Campground Reviews – February 2018

Mar 6, 2018 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Campground Reviews – February 2018

By Campendium

Two hundred seventy six received 5 star reviews in February. Check out the highlights below.

Usery Mountain Regional Park – Mesa, AZ

sery is a multi-use park with an archery range, a mountain trailhead, a nature walk and many other trails ranging from easy to difficult. The entire park is clean and well kept. – Vardy-Ventures

Hampton Tract – Lakeland, FL

Enjoyed our time here and the few other campers there at the time were quiet and respectful. Plenty of biking and hiking opportunity. Well maintained sites under oak canopy. – Carrie

Doran Regional Park – Bodega Bay, CA

Spectacular sunrises and sunsets camping right across from the long strand beach. This is the only CG in the area where dogs are allowed on the beach. – fbrem

Lone Pine Campground – Lone Pine, CA

Paved road and sites. Vault toilet. No running water. The view of Mt Whitney is AWESOME. – Brian

Seabee Park – Abilene, TX

We enjoyed our one night stay at SeaBee park. We had a great view of the water, just wish it was a little warmer. – FREEROAMINGBUS

Sierra Vista Campground – Las Cruces, NM

The views at this spot are amazing. Rangers patrol regularly and enforce rules on where people can park. There are 5 fire rings and a parking area. – Chooseopen

Lake Pleasant Regional Park – Morristown, AZ

What more could you want? This place was fantastic. Definitely recommend hiking the Wild Burro Trail, if you’re lucky, you’ll see these beautiful creatures. – Journeying Jacksons

Serenova Tract – Land O Lakes, FL

Stayed in the primitive area without anyone else around, you can ride a trail over to the Jay B Starkey wilderness park which is about 24 miles round trip or hike the trails around the campground. – Lost Soul

Goosenecks State Park – Mexican Hat, UT

Beautiful small campground. Amazing views. Immaculate area, clean vault toilets, trash cans for each site. Camp right at the edge! – Garrett

Red Rock Canyon State Park – Cantil, CA

We loved Ricardo Campground! It’s like a less crowded Joshua Tree. – bekka

Burns Point Park & RV Campground – Franklin, LA

We love it here and would most definitely come back. SOLA Best Kept Secret! – meaningfulmiles

Sandy Creek Park – Jasper, TX

Another great COE park, nestled deep in tall pine forest on the beautiful lake. Hidden jewel of a place! – Me and Molly MaGee

Craggy Wash – Lake Havasu City, AZ

We LOVED this wash. There were a lot of campers in January, but enough space to be apart. We loved this space and would so go back again! – OurLivelyTribe

North Cascades National Park: Hozomeen Campground – Rockport, WA

The views and fresh air is amazing and the fishing in the lake and river is great. If I could stay there the whole summer I would be happy. – Hutch

Truckhaven Hills Camping Area – Thermal, CA

There are stunning views to the north across canyons to the mountains, and to the east across the Salton Sea to the mountains beyond. – John T

Pole Mountain Area – Buford, WY

Magnificent solitude! Views are awesome. Total quiet. Lots to explore. – Scooter

Saddle Mountain – Tonopah, AZ

We met up with friends here and enjoyed a week of boondocking. Great place to hike around. Lots of trails for 4×4 and mountain biking. – Scott

Campfire Lodgings – Asheville, NC

This was our first campground after becoming full-timers and couldn’t be happier with our choice. The park is also pet-friendly. – Embracing Detours

Joe Skeen Campground – Acoma Pueblo, NM

This free Campground is so nice! Each site comes with a concrete covered pad with a picnic table and fire pit. – FarreninWander