5 Star Campground Reviews – June 2017

Jul 5, 2017 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Campground Reviews – June 2017

By Campendium

Three hundred fifty campgrounds received 5 star reviews in June. Check out the highlights below:

Lake Creek Road – Hailey, ID

This is a great boondocking spot with super easy access to Ketchum and also the Sun Valley resort. This site also provides access to a couple of hiking/biking trails with great views. – Dave Burns

Horse Creek Campground – Dubois, WY

We were at the confluence of two brooks, and surrounded by trees, making it very private. There is a little rock beach with a path from the site, so there’s even privacy on the water. – Sgmensing

Mountain View Campground – Hiawassee, GA

You’re surrounded by stunning mountain views, which make the bonfires that much more enjoyable. Best of all, you’re smack dab in the North Georgia mountains and close to state parks, lakes, and hiking trails. – MountainModernLife

Santeetlah Lake – Robbinsville, NC

The sites here are along the lake, which is crystal clear and was lovely for swimming. Not much to do around, we cycled to a nearby dam. There’s also a paid campsite down the road with hot showers if you want to sneak in. – parkthehouse.com

Hay Lake Campground – Fort Liard, NT, Canada

Small First Nations Community Campground situated on a small lake. Beautiful scenery all around with abundant wildlife. – PauHanaTravels

Gulpha Gorge Campground – Hot Springs National Park, AR

Even if you can’t get a site right next to the creek (although they are clearly the best), you can still hear the creek from all over the campground. – WatsonsWander

Government Gully Road – Laramie, WY

This area was clean with fantastic views of Laramie which is a super awesome little town with great vibes and restaurants. This was a great spot. I would recommend it. – Yogalebrity

Whirlpool Dispersed Camping Area – Abiquiu, NM

There are several spread out, very private river front sites with fire rings – we had a beautiful view of the moon rising over the Rio Chama River! – time for advanture

Rolling View Campground – Durham, NC

We spent most of our time on loop B site 14 and the view was AMAZING! Tons of privacy and space. No road noise and close to both Raleigh and Durham. – LittleBuddhaAirstream

Escalante Canyon Road – Delta, CO

I ended up camping a little closer to the main road and had a beautiful spot on hard rock with blazing fast Verizon service. – Teo

Lobster Creek Campground – Gold Beach, OR

Pros are the bathrooms, drinking water, river view, river sounds, bridge view, skipping stones all around the river, affordability and Verizon signal is decent at site 7. – Jonny B

Sesquicentennial State Park – Columbia, SC

Congaree National park is 30 minutes away. Really pretty park, well kept. Lake is beautiful, grounds are beautiful. Quiet, peaceful and great Internet. – Saucy Bugger

Shad Landing Campground – Snow Hill, MD

We originally wanted to stay at Assateague State Park but they were full and the rangers directed us to Shad Landing at Pocomoke River State Park. Oh are we glad they did. – KnMTravel

Recompence Shore Campground – Freeport, ME

This campground has something for everyone. I absolutely loved it here and would definitely come again. – Teresa

Rocky Point Campground – Canyondam, CA

We were amazed at our site when we arrived. The lake was full so the water was about 15 feet from the trailer. Sweet! We had our own private sandy beach with campfire ring, picnic table and food storage box. – Tin Shack

Watauga Dam Campground – Elizabethton, TN

Down narrow winding roads, past Wilbur Dam and next to the Appalachian Trail is one of the sweetest little campsites I’ve enjoyed, Wautaga Dam. – Annie

Holland Lake Campground, Flathead National Forest – Condon, MT

The campground was very quiet and the scenery was spectacular. We loved the hike to the falls, kayaking on the lake and even enjoyed going over to the lodge for dinner. – Norm

Along the River RV Park – Dolores, CO

This is a small section of a farm right on Highway 145 that has been converted to 4 or 5 really cute campsites along Delores river. – Teo

Cliff Camp, Canyons of the Ancients National Monument – Cortez, CO

We camped here in late April and absolutely loved it! The views right from our site were stunning, you can see Mesa Verde off to one direction and Monument Valley off to the other. – NomadicNeighbors