5 Star Campground Reviews – May 2019

Jun 3, 2019 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Campground Reviews – May 2019

By Campendium

Eight hundred twenty-five campgrounds received 5 star reviews in May! Check out some of the highlights below.

Brick House Campground | Sumter National Forest – Whitmire, SC

The scenery is great and Baucombe Horse/Mountain Bike Trails are accessible right from the campsites. It provided everything we needed for an incredible weekend. – lmoe

Hermit Park Open Space | County Park – Estes Park, CO

It is a beautiful campground with some hiking and mountain bike trails nearby and would highly recommend. We look forward to coming back again! – Wilbur

Crystal Geyser | BLM – Green River, UT

The geyser is not very predicable but when it goes off it is really awesome. Had a great time, we would definitely go back. – Jan

Huntley Park | County Park – Gold Beach, OR

What’s not to like about having a grassy lawn to park your rig on, and enjoy sunshine and a beautiful river in your backyard? – Liam n Maggie

Shakamak State Park – Jasonville, IN

Want to relax…enjoy beautiful sunsets on the lake, paddling a canoe or kayak, or casting a line for dinner…this is a perfect place to make that happen. – RV-Therapy

Nomad View Dispersed | Buffalo Gap National Grassland – Wall, SD

Gorgeous views but WIND!!! But, would we have given up the view and the quiet and the proximity to the Pinnacles entrance? Heck no! – Voyagers On Wheels

Cages Bend Recreation Area | Army Corps Of Engineers – Gallatin, TN

The grounds are well maintained and we had a beautiful lot backing right onto Old Hickory Lake with Canadian geese, blue herons, and ducks to keep you occupied. We will definitely be back. – donandann

Magnolia Beach | County Park – Port Lavaca, TX

It was a great experience camping so close to the beach and we’d absolutely recommend this spot to anyone. – Nateallen80

Lava Campground – Lava Hot Springs, ID

“They really seem to go above and beyond to make sure their guests are happy, which is why if we ever find ourselves in Lava Hot Springs again, we will definitely stay with them!” – Gone Streamin’

Ridgway State Park – Ridgway, CO

We have been traveling full-time for over 4 years, and Ridgway is our favorite state park in the country. Ridgway is close to Ouray and Telluride which are great mountain towns to visit. – ketah777

North Rim Campground | Grand Canyon National Park – North Rim, AZ

We enjoyed staying here even for just 1 night! Very peaceful and quiet. So close to the gc lodge. It had 6in of snow when we got there so much much less crowd. – Bonjoey

Sacred White Shell Mountain | BLM – Mosca, CO

We were visiting the Great Sand Dunes and wanted to find a spot close by for the night. Thanks to this site, we found this spot and the views are amazing!! – Kstokes

Water Canyon Recreation Area | BLM – Winnemucca, NV

I didn’t expect to find such a green and verdant space in the middle of the Nevada desert! The road into the rec area was extremely well-graded — probably the nicest road I’ve ever driven down to reach a boondocking spot. – Benzamin

Snake Creek Road | Great Basin National Park – Baker, NV

Beautiful remote camp on a good road with own pit toilet. Road in is excellent gravel, even in wet conditions. Hiking trails further up the road as well as additional campsites. – Chris Grove

Sacred White Shell Mountain | BLM – Mosca, CO

Great views of the mountains are in all directions and the sunsets can be amazing. Close proximity to Sand Dunes NP, Zapata Falls & other hiking opportunities.- RobiVentures

Crystal Campground | Ouachita National Forest – Norman, AR

Found on the road. Quiet and nice sites with fire rings and tables. I am looking forward to going back. – Brandon

Parowan Gap Petroglyphs | BLM – Cedar City, UT

I was able to drive my 38 foot diesel pusher motorhome over the hill into a great spot. This site is one of my favorites. Love it! The views are stunning. – Marvin Miller