5 Star Campground Reviews – June 2019

Jun 18, 2019 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Campground Reviews – June 2019

By Campendium

Nine hundred twenty-six campgrounds received 5 star reviews in June! Check out some of the highlights below

Shadow Mountain | Bridger-Teton National Forest – Jackson, WY

The views from 15 are like nothing we’ve ever experienced, they are INCREDIBLE! You are facing the very apex of the Grand Teton range and sunset and sunrise are just amazing! – QLCWithMe

San Luis State Wildlife Area – Hooper, CO

It was wide open for a Wednesday night but I bet this can get filled on weekends especially with the Dunes so close. Spent evening in as the rains fell but woke up to great views of the mountains. – skozub

High Cliff State Park – Sherwood, WI

I was drawn to this park by the good reviews on SingleTracks for off-road biking. Turns out the camping is great too. There is a fair amount to explore here so plan accordingly. – Jonathan

Wild Duck Adult Campground & RV Park – Scarborough, ME

This Adults only (21+) campground is nestled in a beautiful salt water marsh area. Quiet, serene and well cared for. Close to Portland, Old Orchard Beach and many other attractions in the area. – Hollora

Edisto Beach State Park – Edisto Island, SC

We absolutely loved it, I’m rating it a 5 star. For what it is, and what you should expect in my opinion, it’s beautiful and perfect. – GabrielOnTheMove

West Point Campground | Eldorado National Forest – Pollock Pines, CA

A secluded spot in the El Dorado NF with a beautiful reservoir! The road in is windy but well paved making for a very pretty drive. – mnp_traveler

Energy Lake Campground | Land Between the Lakes National Recreation Area – Cadiz, KY

Beautiful quiet site overlooking lake. Perfect for paddlers looking to launch from site. Level sites. Great for smaller TT. – Paddledreams

Peak One Campground | White River National Forest – Breckenridge, CO

Love this campground more each time we stay. You really can’t beat this location for exploring Summit County – with mountain biking, road biking, hiking or boating available right from your site. – Maman325

Redstreak Campground | Kootenay National Park – Radium Hot Springs, BC, Canada

Spacious, shaded spots in a well maintained campground, with Big Horned sheep and wild turkeys wandering freely about. We give it a high rating for overall comfort and quiet, but particularly because of the proximity to Radium Hot Springs. – RudiOnTheRoad

Tumalo State Park – Bend, OR

We were so excited to snag a spot here! Close to Bend and the Newberry Volcanic National Monument. Full hookups and beautiful campsites. – Journeying Jacksons

Marion Creek | BLM – Coldfoot, AK

Lovely secluded campsite a few miles from Coldfoot. Lots are small but very private and spaced apart from others; it had picnic tables and a fire pit. Would stay again! – tscogin

Silver Island Mountains Dry Lake | BLM – Wendover, UT

Just 5 miles to the Bonneville Salt flats. We were the only ones here in June. Pronghorn came to the top of the nearest berm to check us out. Great spot. – swp

Lake Shetek State Park – Currie, MN

Great views, great trails and nice facilities. This campground impressed us and seems like a hidden gem. We arrived on memorial day weekend and had many sites to choose from including several with good views of the lake. – 1bike

Kelly Lake Campground | Kenai National Wildlife Refuge – Sterling, AK

It’s good to be back to the tucked away, free campsites at Kelly (and Peterson) Lake. Please don’t tell anyone else about this place! – John & BJ

Alabama Hills Recreation Area | BLM – Lone Pine, CA

This place is breathtaking. We found a great spot for our 42ft fifth wheel, nestled in the boulders with stunning views of the Sierras. Our favorite boondocking spot by far in all our travels. Highly recommend! – The Wanderpreneurs

Oliver Lee Memorial State Park – Alamogordo, NM

We stayed here for 2 nights to see White Sands. It is a little drive from the state park to White Sands, but is worth it for the setting. – tacksonthedeck

Little Maud White River National Forest
Little Maud | White River National Forest – Basalt, CO

This place is a hidden gem near Ruedi Reservoir. The spaces are well kept with a lot of space in between sites. We love this place and will continue to come back every year. – JC11

Campbell Point
Campbell Point | Mark Twain National Forest – Shell Knob, MO

We stayed at Campbell Point to explore the nearby Dogwood Canyon Nature Park. The campground offered the typical wooded campsites as well as lakeview sites. – Traveling with Brutus

Victor's RV Park
Victor’s RV Park – San Felipe, BC, Mexico

We have been coming here for years and it has improved each time. Victor and Lillie are great hosts. The beach is great and they now have cabanas and houses on site to rent. – AZ7000′

Finley Point State Park – Polson, MT

Views of the lake & surrounding area are spectacular. Small, rocky beach for swimming or launching SUP’s/kayaks (no lifeguard). – Rollin’ Rosie

South Marcum Campground
South Marcum Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Benton, IL

Great campsite (112) right on the lake. Very quiet at night, birds chirping in the morning, and views of the lake from our bed in the camper. We would definitely stay here again! – The Traveling Tennesseans