Campendium’s 15 Most Popular Bookable Campgrounds in 2022

Dec 28, 2022 | Campgrounds, News

Campendium’s 15 Most Popular Bookable Campgrounds in 2022

These are the top campgrounds that you loved staying at this year.

By Campendium

Photo: Dark Sky RV Campground

This year, we introduced a new feature that allows you to find up-to-date availability for select campground listings through partner sites. From well-manicured landscapes to locations near national parks, these were your favorite campgrounds to book a stay at this year. 

1. Rancho Sedona RV Park, Arizona

“Very clean and well organized. Lots of rules to make a great camping experience. I would not bring kids here. Great for adults. Conveniently located town and restaurants. I would stay here again…” —Howie

2. Sun Outdoors Arches Gateway, Utah

“Beautiful spot close to Moab, Arches, and Canyonlands. The grounds were well maintained. The bathhouse was clean. Great spot to play lawn games. Met fun people and got lots of ideas for trails to take around Moab from other campers. The staff was responsive to a question we had regarding our electrical outlet. The sites were a bit tight. Would recommend the place and would stay there again.” —Jan

3. Sun Outdoors Moab Downtown, Utah

“Nice location, well kept, gas station on site. The place is a bit crowded but understandable. There are a lot of restaurants and tourist stuff within walking distance. Short drive to Arches National Park—can’t wait to go back.” —KMaroney

Related The Best Campgrounds Near Southern Utah State Parks

4. Marina Dunes RV Park, California 

“The park backs onto the highway, so it’s fairly noisy from the traffic. But otherwise, everything is great—a very short walk to the beach. WiFi worked well. Showers and bathroom were clean.” —Audrey the Pigeon

5. Bonelli Bluffs RV Resort & Campground, California

“We did our shakedown trip with our new trailer here, and what a fun, family-friendly place. The Bluffs were nice, and you could see the lake and airfield, but otherwise, it felt pretty private (well, except for the fact that you have a lot of RVs next to each other—there are lots of open spaces around the RV park). The place is huge and got completely full in the B section during the weekend. Spots are close together, but there is grass between the sites which is nice for your kids or dogs…” —BaconLover

6. Ebenezer Park Campground, South Carolina

“This is our second time camping at this park. It’s right on the lake, so we can take the kids swimming or to the playground. Some sites are more desirable than others. But we’ve had good success with finding times to camp out there. Weekends have been tough. But weekdays are much easier to find openings. We’ll be coming back for sure. The people are very nice.” —The Big Pig

7. Sun Outdoors San Diego Bay, California

“This park is very nice. Spots are huge, clean, and have full hookups. We stayed here for our first 2 weeks of full-time living. Made the transition from sticks and bricks to RV easy. It’s so quiet here in the winter. Nice clean dog parks and facilities. Can’t wait to stay again—just pricey, though.” —Nancy

8. Holley Navarre RV Park, Florida

“The park is new with large, level concrete pads. It’s a small park, very quiet and peaceful, especially at night. It’s well-lit and has coded security gates at the entrance. It’s about a 10-minute drive to the beach but it’s nice to be away from the busy Highway 98. We will be back.” —camper-764679

9. Santa Cruz Redwoods RV Resort, California

“This place is well kept, and almost every campsite is covered with tall redwoods, plus there’s a river that runs along some campsites. The internet works well, and you’re within close driving distance to Santa Cruz, the beach, and other parks. It can get chilly as the trees block most sun so bring lots of firewood. Some of the hookups are in funky places, which may place your RV too close to another… The most popular sites are 25, 49, 19, 20, 44, 74, 62, 10, 81, 41, 42, and 23, according to the front desk.” —Pinskiclan

10. Dark Sky RV Campground, Utah

“Dark Sky is an awesome campground. It’s beautiful, the amenities are well-kept, and the customer service is wonderful. It’s located near many stunning places to explore, such as Zion, Bryce Canyon, Grand Staircase Escalante, various slot canyons, and Coral Pink Sand Dunes State Park. We will definitely be back.” —The Sinks

Related What It’s Like to Own Dark Sky RV Campground: A Conversation With Britt Roth

11. Munising Tourist Park Campground, Michigan 

“We expected a busy and crowded campground, but we’re surprised by the spacious sites at 1, 2, and 3. They were very large spaces right on the beach of Lake Superior. We would recommend these sites to everyone in a heartbeat. The host was friendly, amenities were clean and functional, and the campground is close to Munising and Pictured Rocks. Would stay there again.” —Jan K

12. Paradise by the Sea Beach RV Resort, California

“Great location with everything you need nearby, including a beautiful beach. Yes, the sites are tight, but you should expect that with a nearly beachfront location. Awesome little spot, well run, even has a nice game room for the family.” —justincouv

Related Where to Go RV Beach Camping in the U.S.

13. Badlands Interior Campground, South Dakota 

“Staff was very friendly, and the park was super clean. Spots were level, and we had a great view of the badlands from our site. WiFi worked great and we had full hookups. It’s conveniently close to the park entrance, and they even sell hot breakfast. I wish we could have stayed longer; will definitely be going back.” —camper-718644

14. Vasa Park Resort, Washington 

“Vasa Park Resort is a privately owned park on Lake Sammamish, close to the Seattle metro area. Most of the park is set up for lake goers, swimming, picnics, parties, music, and public gatherings. The RV section is relatively small with only 15 sites. Finding a quiet, clean RV park anywhere within a metro area is not easy. This isn’t a luxury full-service RV resort, but it’s great for what it is, and it’s really hard to find anything to complain about.” —Mike S

15. Glacier Campground, Montana

“I loved this park and regretted that we could only stay one night. The spot we got was okay for last-minute reservations. My only complaint would be the train that came through every 2 hours. The Sunflower Cafe had a delicious BBQ. It felt like camping in the woods, and there were many options to choose from if you reserved early enough.” —fanseeadventures

Keep checking back for updates as we launch booking capabilities at more locations. We can’t wait to hear about your favorite campgrounds—don’t forget to leave a review about your experience for the Campendium community to use in their travel plans. 

Editor’s note: Some quotes have been slightly edited for clarity.