The Best Camping of February 2021

Mar 5, 2021 | 5 Star Campgrounds

The Best Camping of February 2021

By Campendium

Six hundred and eighty-seven campgrounds received 5-star reviews in February! Check out some of the highlights.

Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site
Hueco Tanks State Park & Historic Site | Texas State Park – El Paso, TX

“Amazing State campground! The sites are private with great views. Seeing the Aoudads one evening was a highlight.” -Justine & Scott’s Adventures

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

“We choose site 61 on the Marina – so pretty. Sites are very large, level and well maintained.” -Tin Cupp

Fort De Soto Park Campground
Fort De Soto Park Campground | County Park – Saint Petersburg, FL

“A short few minutes walk to the beach, where we fished and watched the sunset. The best thing about this campground is the vibe and location.” -The Nomad Campers

Beard's Lake Campground
Beard’s Bluff Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Sarasota, AR

“Amazing lakefront location! Amazing views, quiet and peaceful. It was off season and covid so the campground was quiet.” -The T&T Travelers

Hot Spring North LTVA
Hot Spring North LTVA | BLM – Holtville, CA

“Great isolated camping spots. Found a great spot between the bushes/trees. Very quiet place.” -Edy

Lockhart Road Dispersed Camping
Lockhart Road Dispersed Camping | BLM – Moab, UT

“Incredible views, awesome hoodoos, don’t miss! The bonus here is that there are so many dispersed sites, there are plenty of opportunities to get creative.” -Chest Heir

Mistletoe State Park
Mistletoe State Park | Georgia State Park – Appling, GA

“5 Stars! The campground is far enough out of town, but also close enough if you need anything. It was so quite and relaxing!” -Trish

Playa El Coyote
Playa El Coyote | Campground – Bahia Concepcion, BCS, Mexico

“Some of the best beach camping in Baja. The first part as you come in from the north might be more suitable for bigger rigs although we have seen larger rigs drive down to the south part.” -Scott

Coconino Rim Road Dispersed Camping
Coconino Rim Road Dispersed Camping | Kaibab National Forest – Grand Canyon, AZ

“Very secluded, close to NP. We easily left to see the sunset along the south rim, due to the time of year we had the roads to ourselves not many other visitors in January.” -Nsorgatz

Martin Dies Jr. State Park
Martin Dies Jr. State Park | Texas State Park – Jasper, TX

“HUGE campsite. Mostly empty park since half the sites are closed. No one there during the week besides a few people. Great sunrise and sunset views. Private. Beautiful. GREAT cell/data.” -Dee

Wright's Beach Campground
Wright’s Beach Campground
| Sonoma Coast State Park – Bodega Bay, CA

“Great beach camping. Stayed one night in one of the beachfront sites that are 10 dollars more a night than the other spots.” -Jāni Z.

Red Cliffs Campground
Red Cliffs Campground
| Red Cliffs National Conservation Area – Hurricane, UT

“The spots are small but we were able to find a perfect pull through for our 31 foot class c. This campground was close to St. George (about 15-20 min).” -Carie

San Mateo Mountains Dispersed Camping
San Mateo Mountains Dispersed Camping | Cibola National Forest – Truth or Consequences, NM

“There are two large areas on the right side of the road. It was flat and easy to turn into and get out of with our 42’ fifth wheel.” -Laurie

Resort at Canopy Oaks
Resort at Canopy Oaks | RV Park – Lake Wales, FL

“Shiny & new. Nice place, big pads and new clean hookups. Great place for a new RV shakedown” -TerroneTwo

Victoria Palms RV Resort
Victoria Palms RV Resort | RV Park – Donna, TX

“Victoria Palms RV Resort is a first-class snowbird destination, an Encore Resort, and is included with the Trails Collection available to members of Thousand Trails.” -LivingOurDreamNow

Corpus Christi KOA
Corpus Christi KOA | RV Park – Corpus Christi, TX

“Everything from the spacing of the sites, the amenities, and the service is perfection here. We spent most of our stay in site 57 which has a patio set, fire pit, and is on the water.” -TaketheScenicRoute

Harris Beach State Park
Harris Beach State Park | Oregon State Park – Brookings, OR

“A beautiful park with nice campsites. Easy access from highway 101. Next time I will try to stay in the A loop even numbered sites as they have breathtaking ocean views.” -Yochepy

Gualala Point Regional Park
Gualala Point Regional Park | County Park – Gualala, CA

“We stayed 3 nights in site #5. Nice Campground, very quiet, shaded, but beautifully maintained and equipped.” -Wes

Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park
Fred Gannon Rocky Bayou State Park | Florida State Park – Niceville, FL

“The spots are spacious and private. Nice walking trails, and we saw dolphins here! Free entry into Henderson Beach State Park was an added bonus.” -Kdwy

River Island State Park
River Island State Park | Arizona State Park – Parker, AZ

“This place has the nicest curb-appeal on the Colorado River. Modern, meticulously maintained, well laid out. Everything is perfect!” -Bob