5 Star Reviews – January 2016

Feb 2, 2016 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Reviews – January 2016

By Campendium

Sixty nine campgrounds received 5 star reviews in January. Check out some of the highlights below:

Cathedral Valley Campground – Torrey, UT

This is by far, my favorite campground, to date. – JennGrover

Table Rock State Park – Pickens, SC

We stayed here so we could visit nearby Sassafras Mountain, which is the highest point in South Carolina. We were there on a weekend in mid October, and the park was quite busy. However, the campground was quiet. The facilities were clean. – Florence Bob

Mama Gerties Hideaway Campground – Swannanoa, NC

We have stayed in quite a few different RV resorts in Asheville but Mama Gertie’s if you can get spaces 27 thru 38 are spectacular. They sit high on the ridge that over look everything else and spaces 34 – 38 have a deck with table chairs and swing. – wopope

Crystal Lake RV Resort – Naples, FL

This is a beautiful owners resort located in Naples. We were fortunate to rent an owned pull-in lakeside site. The site was spacious with a very nice stamped concrete surface and nice landscaping. – TwoByRV

Roadrunner BLM – Quartzsite, AZ

We only went in about 1/4 mile up the road before we found a great site right next to a wash that was bordered with a big saguaro cactus and short trees and bushes. Views were fantastic. – LANDERWUST

Head Of The River – Chiloquin, OR

This is a beautiful and remote National Forest campground is located 30 miles outside of Chiloquin, OR. Located right on the head of the Williamson River (hence the name), this small campground is quiet, remote and very peaceful. – Boondock or Bust

Olema RV Resort & Campground – Olema, CA

Not a lot of options this far out in the middle of no-where-california, but Olema RV Resort has it all anyway. Clean restrooms, showers, dog run, and even a post office as well as a short drive (or long walk) into town and the only place within reasonable distance to Point Reyes for daily adventures. – Van-Tramp

Three Rivers State Park – Sneads, FL

Here I am, back a year after my last review. I still love it here. I got site #15 this time, which is on the end of the lakefront row so it has more privacy. It’s a pretty level and groomed site with an awesome view. – Gail K.

Rockhound State Park – Deming, NM

Great spaced out campground with a few reservable sites as well as first come sites as well. Extremely large and very clean. Short hiking trail and our boys loved finding geodes. Would certainly come back. – wanderingnation

Gilbert Ray Campground – Tucson, AZ

Location, views, serenity, and boundless activities right from your site. – Epic Detour

Big Sandy Reservoir Recreation Area – Farson, WY

We camped on a bluff overlooking the lake on the south side. The area around is pretty much high desert sagebrush and you can see for miles. It was very peaceful and quiet. We recommend this location and would definitely stay here again if we were passing through. – parkerbill

North Michigan Campground – Walden, CO

Awesome places to camp, beautiful scenery, and lots of fun looking for deer, elk, and especially Moose. – mjccolorado

Bastendorff Beach BLM – Coos Bay, OR

Bastendorff Beach is just two miles from Sunset Bay State Park and has fantastic sunset views with Cape Arago Lighthouse off in the distance. Every evening we had the most spectacular show right out our front door! – Gone With The Wynns

Sea Rim State Park – Sabine Pass, TX

The pull through asphalt sites make this a great spot for RVs and Trailers that want to camp by the beach. – L & J

Picacho Peak State Park – Picacho, AZ

The park is beautiful, with looks of greenery and mighty Saguaros. Campsites are spacious and adjacent sites are far enough apart to provide a stress-free environment. – Ed

Fergusen Lake – Winterhaven, CA

We camped at Ferguson Lake for two weeks and it’s lakeside, quiet, beautiful, and remote — everything a true boondocker could want. – SAIL4FREE

Alfonsina’s Resort – Bahía San Luis Gonzaga, BC, Mexico

Cerveza: noun. The only liquid that’s safe to drink in Mexico, and should be consumed for most meals to remain properly hydrated. – Nathan @ Wand’rly