5 Star Reviews – November 2016

Dec 1, 2016 | 5 Star Campgrounds

5 Star Reviews – November 2016

By Campendium

Ninety six campgrounds received 5 star reviews in November. Check out the highlights below:

Paris Mountain State Park – Greenville, SC

The campground is about 15 to 20 minutes from downtown. It is a beautiful state park and very well maintained. – EM_WeRVTogether

Black Rock Mountain State Park – Clayton, GA

After years of wanting to camp here we finally did in prime foliage season! Black Rock gives you a sense of isolation with the conveniences you want close by. – Boonshiners

Quebec City KOA – Saint Nicolas, QC, Canada QC

I gave it 5 stars because of the amazing fall colors we witnessed, the late season discount, the closeness to Quebec City and the lack of campers which made it all an enjoyable stay! – GinaDog

Page Springs Campground – Harney, OR

Beautiful, quiet campground – Mon to Thurs. Lovely place, open area with large, colorful trees and no bugs (September). Deer roaming around. – Eric

City of Rocks State Park – Faywood, NM

We found the rock formations very interesting, and there are some petroglyphs (semi-ancient native American drawings) to find and see. – Rich-Bette

Madden Peak Road – Hesperus, CO

Excellent for boondocking – easy to pull into, big flat areas where there’s enough room to turn around and situate yourself to whatever view you please. – saraistrippin

Dinosaur Provincial Park – Iddesleigh, AB, Canada

This Alberta provincial park, located on the Red Deer River in the Alberta Badlands, is the location where dinosaur fossils were first discovered, leading to the creation of the Royal Tyrrell Museum in Drumheller, AB. – KootenayWanderer

20 Mile Beach – Hawthorne, NV

This BLM site is a gem! Easy access, large dispersed sites, great views We liked it so much that we stayed an extra day. – Dave Oglevie

Skull Hollow Campground – Terrebonne, OR

The real charm of this place won’t be realized until you roll down your window because the smell from so many junipers is pretty impressive. – NomadicNeighbors

Montgomery Bell State Park – Burns, TN

So many reasons to love this State Park. I come through this area frequently, and this park will be a repeat stop every time. – PoSizzle

North Bootlegger – Shelby, MT

This spot is a great find. It will seem as if nothing but a couple farm houses are out there but then you arrive at Lake Elwell. Such a beautiful location! – thewickedstone

Rock Island State Park – Rock Island, TN

This is a park worth visiting just to see the beauty of it. We really enjoyed our peaceful stay here and would recommend it to anyone looking to get away! – Living Driven

Hole in the Wall Campground, Mojave National Preserve – Cima, CA

We really enjoyed our stay here and I can only echo the other positive reviews here. Loved the hiking. – Scott

Lake Powhatan Campground – Asheville, NC

Beautiful mountainside location, fully treed and private. Nice hiking/biking trails, great lake for swimming your dog in the off season. Impressively close to downtown Asheville. – Alumalarkey—Brea

Twin Peaks Campground, Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument – Why, AZ

Out of 79 reviews, we’re giving Organ Pipe our first 5 Stars! Not a surprise given all the other reviews, but we’ve always been really hesitant about giving 5 stars to a campground — but this one is really fabulous! – Weaselmouth

Buck Pond Campground – Vermontville, NY

Do you want to hear the trilling of the Loons, the wind whispering through the pines, look at the night sky, paddle some classic waterways, swim at a sandy beach, hike through the wilderness or bike on the old railroad bed then Buck Pond State Park is the place for you. – Nancy

Indian Cove Campground, Joshua Tree National Park – Twentynine Palms, CA

Great campground for dry camping. Loved the large rock formation as a backdrop to our camping. Neighbors were far enough away to make us feel very private in our ‘cove’. – EmptyNesters

Ledge-A Campground – Moab, UT

The best part of this campground is the view of the surrounding red rock. Epic, breathtaking and monumental. Just wow. – Trekerboy

Sultan Camping Area – Silverton, CO

I could live here all summer! A HUGE moose walked right through the campsite while I was there. It was amazing- saw a total of 4 moose all in one day. – Rv Chickadee

Hilton Head Harbor RV Resort & Marina – Hilton Head Island, SC

Our family of 5 LOVED this RV park. We had a fabulous site for those with a fifth wheel, as it had a separate driveway area for the truck, so it felt very comfortable…complete with palm trees for a tropical Low Country vibe! – barrygoodtimes

Grayton Beach State Park – Santa Rosa Beach, FL

If you want to see the most beautiful beach in North America, this area is it. Sugar white sand and emerald waters. Try and get a site on the lake where you still hear the sound of the surf over the dunes. – Rohn

McKinney Campground – Acworth, GA

This was our second time to stay at this campground and it was even better than I remembered. If you’re looking for something within an hour or two from Atlanta you’ll be hard pressed to find a better spot. – thecrazygoodlife.com