The Best Camping of November 2020

Eight hundred and fifty campgrounds received 5-star reviews in November! Check out some of the highlights.

Indian Head Camp
Indian Head Camp | Big Bend National Park – Terlingua, TX

“Quiet with stunning views. Access was on a dirt road that was pretty well maintained. Verizon Cell reported Roaming but it had as good a signal as could be had in the area.” -Pete

Longwood Park Campground
Longwood Park Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Clarksville, VA

“This campground was very peaceful with awesome lakefront sites! We were in site 42 which was a dry site. There was also enough sun shining on the site to get our portable solar panels in full sun nearly all day.” -Jouppi Outdoors

Lake Manatee State Park
Lake Manatee State Park | Florida State Park – Bradenton, FL

“We loved this place. We were in Site #9 right next to the trail/path down to the lake. The park was clean, easy to get into and the hosts were awesome. Even enough trees to hide your neighbors.” -TheOutdoorLife.us

Denby Point Campground
Denby Point Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Mount Ida, AR

“Made a last minute decision to check out this campground. Super glad that I did! Got a terrific site that backs to the water with fantastic views!” -JimsRVLife

Kelbaker Boulders
Kelbaker Boulders | Mojave National Preserve – Kelso, CA

“Quiet and Peaceful! Super cool spot just off the hwy. Great night sleep — quiet & serene.” -Jess

Monahans Sandhills State Park
Monahans Sandhills State Park | Texas State Park – Monahans, TX

“This place was great for kids. They have little sleds you can rent for $6 and go sliding down the dunes. Highly recommend stopping here for the fun! But bring a vacuum for all the sand!” -Lizgoodall

Hominy Valley RV Park
Hominy Valley RV Park | RV Park – Candler, NC

“Incredible site for an Asheville stay! The surroundings here are breathtaking. There are gazebos with swings to enjoy and there is a creek that runs through the property. There was free wifi which worked well for me to work from.” -RV Velo Quest

Mountain View Campground
Mountain View Campground | RV Park – Hiawassee, GA

“Mountain View Campground is located in a postcard setting, a beautiful sloping meadow with campsites on each side. In the center is a community hall with a small theater for entertainment. This intimate campground is very well maintained.” -George

Dark Sky RV Campground
Dark Sky RV Campground | RV Park – Kanab, UT

“They take their “Dark Sky” name seriously. There are no light poles in the campground, so it is very dark at night, allowing you to see thousands of stars when the moon isn’t out.” -bcswartz

Saddle Mountain Dispersed Camping
Saddle Mountain Dispersed Camping | BLM – Tonopah, AZ

“Stunning views of mountains all around. We came in the western most entrance. Had to leave that way too because of a huge dip in the road. Flat sites for the most part spread far apart. Saguaro cacti towering overhead near some.” -bobbyseg

Cave Creek Regional Park
Cave Creek Regional Park | County Park – Cave Creek, AZ

“First time visit and very impressed! I chose it due to the proximity to good biking/hiking trails including the excellent Brown’s Ranch complex. Cave Creek is a cute little town as well.” -Wandering Pulse

Copper Breaks State Park
Copper Breaks State Park | Texas State Park – Quanah, TX

“Park is easy to access. Campsites are large and spacious and all sites has picnic tables with covered shelters, fire pit and a grill. There are several trails, a lake for fishing and lots of wildlife.” -Ancsi

Paria Road Dispersed Camping
Paria Road Dispersed Camping | Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument – Kanab, UT

“This was one amazing Boondocking experience. We enjoyed our entire time while we were here. Hiking right out front of our RV or close to world-class hikes like, The Wave and others.” -TheAdventureTravelers

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

“We got in late ~8pm on a Friday and it was tough to find a spot. Luckily, we got the last one available. It is a pretty busy campsite but for good reason.” -CJ Lara

Laurel Creek Campground
Laurel Creek Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers – Murfreesboro, AR

“Paradisaic! Most striking place we have ever been! Campsites along a deserted semi-island. Watch out, it is a 5 miles dirt road leading to it.” -Nina Herzig

Red Rock Canyon State Park
Red Rock Canyon State Park | California State Park – Cantil, CA

“We have stayed here several times over the years – incredible geology, scenery, stars, hikes – just lovely. We LOVE it here!” -Travel Small Live Big

San Lorenzo Canyon Recreation Area
San Lorenzo Canyon Recreation Area | BLM – Lemitar, NM

“There were plenty of spots to camp with our 25’ trailer. The next morning we explored more in the truck and found that if you keep going to the end of the road you will end up in the canyon, with plenty of sites to camp.” -B_Thompson

Nolan Tank Dispersed Camping
Nolan Tank Dispersed Camping | Coconino National Forest – Sedona, AZ

“Off the grid, quiet at night, star gazing, beautiful vista views (trumps any con), free near Sedona (~30 minute drive), close to mountain biking/hiking (we hit Aerie Trailhead in ~10 minutes).” -Katie Reins

Twin Hollows Canyon
Twin Hollows Canyon | BLM – Mount Carmel, UT

“Nice place! We found a large open spot for our 44ft 5th wheel backing up to the river. This place is pretty cool for being free.” -@rollingonadream_

Mill Run Campground
Mill Run Campground | Youghiogheny River Lake – Friendsville, MD

“Stayed the weekend during off season (FREE during off season – no reservations required). We had the entire campground to ourselves. Lots of trees, sounds of water. Picnic tables and fire rings at every spot.” -tifferpat