5 Star Reviews – November 2015

Dec 2, 2015 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Reviews – November 2015

By Campendium

Eighty three campgrounds received 5 star reviews in November! Check out some of the highlights below:

Valley of the Rogue State ParkGold Hill, OR

Valley of the Rogue is a beautiful setting and as close as it is to the interstate we didn’t hear the highway at all. The river runs through the park and some of the sites back onto it. It was just a brief stay but was absolutely perfect for us and we would definitely come back when we have more time. – Kate at The Scenic Route

Westmoreland State ParkMontross, VA

The sunrise over the Potomac was gorgeous! We also did one of the easy paths down to fossil beach. We weren’t there for very long, but I would definitely go back for a longer stay. – Margaret

Likely Place Golf & RV ResortLikely, CA

We would definitely stay again…and would love to do so with a group so we can circle the wagons and take over a gazebo! And, of course, play a few rounds of golf. – Tales From the Mutiny

North Landing Beach RV ResortVirginia Beach, VA

It is a great location on the Bay with gorgeous sunset views. We booked a back in waterfront lot that backed on to a little inlet. The lot we had also shared a dock where we could fish. – Boomer

Grayland Beach State ParkGrayland, WA

The boyfriend and I refer to Grayland as our “happy place”. This is a great park for camping in the late fall or winter when you get one of those spectacular pacific northwest winter days in January and February. – ericaberry2001

Hatchet Teton ViewMoran, WY

If you’re working on the clock, and like privacy and nature, this is the spot for you. – BoldAndAdventurous

Fire PointNorth Rim, AZ

The view is well worth the long-ish drive. We greatly enjoyed staying here. Note there are NO facilities of any kind, other than the incredible view. – Loup407

Fisher Towers CampgroundMoab, UT

We stayed three nights and witnessed lightning storms, driving rain, high winds. It was FABULOUS! Who needs movies or TV when you’re living the real thing? – CM

Willow Springs TrailMoab, UT

This place is amazing late in the year. Surrounded by trails and views and adventure at every turn. – Chris

Red Rock ParkChurch Rock, NM

Beautiful Views & Hikes, and privacy in November – shawphotoco

Morgan’s Riverside Campground & CabinsMorrow, OH

Morgan’s Outdoor Adventures or “Morgan’s Canoe” as I call it, is a canoe livery with a campground. The campground is a boondocking only campground but don’t let that scare you away, it is a GREAT campground and by far our favorite! – AlanMcD

Meramec State ParkSullivan, MO

Nice sites. Lots of wildlife. Meramec caverns are upriver. Make sure to stop in and see the beautiful caves. They are amazing. – markv

Mill Creek Recreation AreaBattle Mountain, NV

This campground is about 30 minutes off highway 80, and the drive in includes stunning mountain views. We were surprised at now nice and organized this rec area was for being free. – Whereverbound

Williams Hill Recreation AreaBradley, CA

Most of the campsites face a fantastic view. There’s potential for ATV noise, but during our stay it’s was really quiet and peaceful. – Aluminarium

The Springs at Borrego RV ResortBorrego Springs, CA

The sites are level and spacious with concrete pads throughout. This place is spotless and everything works perfectly. There are wonderful mountain views from most sites. – Tin Shack

Upper Pines CampgroundYosemite National Park

The campground is clean, beautiful, sites are easy to access. For those who have never been, you don’t need a car in Yosemite-buses circle around to all the trail heads and amenities. All around great place to camp. – Meg and Ben

Hocking Hills State ParkLogan, OH

I cannot speak for conditions during the busy season, but our experience was serene with abundant deer, including a few bucks, and yipping coyotes in the distance. – Brian Hetzer

Sea & Sand RV ParkDepoe Bay, OR

We’ve spent two different weeks at this park now and still can’t wait to go back. The kids (11 & 14) didn’t want to leave. – Spot The Scotts

Kirk Creek CampgroundBig Sur, CA

We love this campground. It’s perched up on a cliff overlooking the ocean with incredible panoramic views. We usually go in late fall/early winter when the whales are migrating. – goofus deluxe

Woodcock Lake ParkMeadville, PA

All the sites are paved with 30 amp electric with lots of space between sites, We usually camp here in the spring or fall and have never had an issue getting a site. There are walking trails and a swimming beach. – RVupgrades

Emma Wood State BeachVentura, CA

So peaceful and quiet at Emma Wood Campground, after a long day at our VRA races. Always good folks there too. – Garry Denke

Riverwalk RV ParkFortuna, CA

For those seeking a nicely landscaped park with small city conveniences nearby and a home-base from which to visit the southern area of Eureka or ‘The Avenue of the Giants’ this park would be our recommendation. – Biosensai

Government WashLake Mead National Recreation Area

The big pluses are the great views, dispersed sites and great cell coverage. It is also nice having dumpsters and no fees. – Bob And Barb T