The Best of October 2021

Eleven-hundred and thirty-three (1,133) campgrounds received 5-star reviews in October! Check out some of the highlights.

Oconee Point Campground
Oconee Point Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers -Seneca, SC

“One of the best COE campgrounds we have stayed at. Small, quiet, large sites, most on the water, great Verizon and AT&T coverage. We will return… OFTEN!” – wanderlust

Morganton Point Campground
Morganton Point Campground | Chattahoochee National Forest -Morganton, GA

“The lake was right there! Beautiful site and nice quiet campground. Power and water at the site and dump station as you leave. Get site 06 LL!” – Marc

Sugarloaf Key-Key West KOA
Sugarloaf Key-Key West KOA | Florida Keys -Sugarloaf Key, FL

“This campground has been completely rebuilt since it was damaged by a hurricane. It has true hi-speed internet service. Best KOA I have stayed at.” – Mikp

Westport-Union Landing State Beach

Westport-Union Landing State Beach
| California State Park -Westport, CA

“A gorgeous unobstructed ocean view from your campsite. 5 distinct loops/areas to camp. On an October Saturday at 6 PM there were still available sites.” – MoFish

Big Bend Campground

Big Bend Campground
| BLM -Moab, UT

“We loved this campground. Great location for hopping around to the nearby National Parks. We had a very secluded spot with a view of the Colorado River.” – American Adventurers

Liberty Harbor RV Park

Liberty Harbor RV Park
| RV Park -Jersey City, NJ

“No frills, great location. The ferry is right there to get into NYC. Lots of dining within walking distance. Oh, and you can see the Statue of Liberty.” – Technomadia

Rabbit Valley Camping Area

Rabbit Valley Camping Area
| McInnis Canyons National Conservation Area -Mack, CO

“Gorgeous area with tons of hiking, biking & very well made designated campsites. It’s really hard to believe that this camping area is free.” – thecampingnerd

Old Federal Campground

Old Federal Campground
| Army Corps Of Engineers -Flowery Branch, GA

“Beautiful COE campground on Lake Lanier. Site #42 might be the only site without trees; but I loved the full view of the lake!” – Misty

Twiltley Branch Campground

Twiltley Branch Campground
| Army Corps Of Engineers -Collinsville, MS

“Small campground on a nice lake. We loved our waterfront site, and there’s quite a few of them here. Quiet place even when at capacity.” – DrBob806

Coopers Rock State Forest

Coopers Rock State Forest
| Dept. Natural Resources -Bruceton Mills, WV

“What a sweet camping spot. The hiking trails from the campground were easy and enjoyable. Breathtaking scenery!” – The empty nesters

Balsam Woods Campground

Balsam Woods Campground
| RV Park -Abbot Village, ME

“Beautiful campsites, especially with the fall colors. Perfect for everyone and all ages. Will definitely be going back next year!” – wannabe_gypsy

Copperas Creek Campground

Copperas Creek Campground
| Army Corps Of Engineers -Comanche, TX

“Right on the water overlooking the lake. Amazing sunrise and sunset. Well taken care off, clean sites and it’s pretty quiet.” – Reich Family

Fiesta Key RV Resort

Fiesta Key RV Resort
| Florida Keys -Long Key, FL

“The campground staff is friendly and helpful. The grounds are beautiful and we love the pool area and hot tub. We paid extra to get a waterfront site.” – ketah777

 Indian Well Campground

Indian Well Campground
| Lava Beds National Monument -Tulelake, CA

“Gorgeous, clean, quiet. Stunning vistas despite 97% of Lava Bed National Monument being burned in 2020. $5 with our senior pass.” – Marilyn & Doug

Brown Springs Campground

Brown Springs Campground
| Brown Springs OHV Recreation Area -Farmington, NM

“Camping here was amazing and there are a ton of OHV trails you can bike on. Dirt road is a little sketchy but the campground is worth it.” – thecampingnerd

Hurricane Cliffs Campsites 36-48

Hurricane Cliffs Campsites 36-48
| Hurricane Cliffs Recreation Area -La Verkin, UT

“We stayed in site 36 just off Sheep Bridge road in a 35 foot fifth wheel. Nice sunrises and sunsets. Just 28 minutes from Zion.” – Tom S

Desert View Campground

Desert View Campground
| Grand Canyon National Park -Grand Canyon, AZ

“No crowds, and 2 hikes right from the campground to the rim. Sites are cozy. Camp host, Allen was great! We were SO happy we stayed at Desert View.” – TracyR

Living Springs RV & Cabins Resort Campground

Living Springs RV & Cabins Resort Campground
| RV Park -Shingletown, CA

“Family-owned and operated boutique little RV park tucked in the woods. We stayed here for four days and enjoyed every minute of it.” -alwaysbecampin.com

Corney Lake Campground

Corney Lake Campground
| Kisatchie National Forest -Bernice, LA

“Excellent! Great spot by the lake, some neighbors already here maybe 12 sites taken but plenty of room for one more. Beautifully remote.” -White Rhino

Sunset View Campground

Sunset View Campground
| Navajo National Monument -Kayenta, AZ

“Sunset View campground was the best stop on our 5 day trip. The snow was unexpected for early October but it was beautiful and not too cold with the sun shining.” -AZ Chris_boot

War Hill Park Campground

War Hill Park Campground
| County Park -Dawsonville, GA

“A great primitive experience even for small trailers. Right on lake Lanier, campsite #14 is the most secluded. I can’t believe more people don’t know about this place.” -Misty

Lake Van RV Park

Lake Van RV Park | City Park -Dexter, NM

“Gorgeous little park surrounding a small lake. You can camp in the camping area where there are some hook-ups, but you can also park around the lake in various spots with no hook-ups.” -mobilemonty