The Best of November 2021

Dec 5, 2021 | 5 Star Campgrounds

The Best of November 2021

By Campendium

Seven-hundred and thirty-three (733) campgrounds received 5-star reviews in November! Check out some of the highlights.

Cheyenne Mountain State Park
Cheyenne Mountain State Park | Colorado State Park -Colorado Springs, CO

“I feel lucky I selected Raptor Glen loop — it’s at the top of the park with great views! Space 10 is right at the entrance and overlooks all of Colorado Springs. ” – Rox & Shane

Red Bridge Campground
Red Bridge Campground | Allegheny National Forest -Kane, PA

“A beautiful, calm, quiet campground in October. Great access to the North Country hiking trail near the campground. We got amazing Verizon LTE signal and speeds here.” – Liz & Jake

Twin Lakes Campground
Twin Lakes Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers -Pendleton, SC

“We really enjoyed our stay at site 60, it was right on the water with a beautiful view of the lake. We arrived and 20 min later were kayaking. Would definitely stay here again!” – Larry P

Sand Island Campground
Sand Island Campground | BLM -Bluff, UT

“Just left Monument Valley and needed a place for one night on way to Mesa Verde. Easy access off Hwy 163. Quiet and scenic fall colors. Right on the San Juan River. Best campground in this area.” – Nozhol

Crystal Beach
Crystal Beach | County Park -Bolivar Peninsula, TX

“Awesome! You will need the $10 Beach sticker. The ‘season’ runs Jan 1 to Dec 31 so yeah, it’s all year. Not entirely sure we’ll ever leave :)” – ACC

Sly Park Recreation Area
Sly Park Recreation Area | Utility Owned Recreation Facility -Pollock Pines, CA

“Sly Park is perfect for a November trip when the campground is near-empty. Fall colors are present and wildlife is on stage.” – MoFish

Jennings Ferry Campground
Jennings Ferry Campground | Army Corps Of Engineers -Akron, AL

“COE campground in the hardwood forest. This is a good value. We extended our stay by 3 more days on the day of arrival as we liked it so much!” – Missy n Rodney Parmley

DuPuis Campground
DuPuis Campground | South Florida Water Management District -Indiantown, FL

“You can stay up to eight days in a row. FREE. Make a reso! Get a permit! There are picnic tables and fire rings with spots all over.” – ljb

Millsite RV Park
Millsite RV Park | City Park -Myrtle Creek, OR

“There are 14 full-hookup, pull-through sites. The park was well taken care of and the fall colors were beautiful. We would definitely stay here again.” – Gone Streamin’

Long Jim Loop Dispersed Camping
Long Jim Loop Dispersed Camping | Kaibab National Forest -Grand Canyon, AZ

“Camp is very peaceful, no noise, and great for dogs. 5 mins from the south entrance. Verizon cell and data signal was 2-3 bars” – Traveling_Toddler

Frisco Woods Campground
Frisco Woods Campground | RV Park -Frisco, NC

“Great site right on the water. We were able to launch our kayaks right from the site. Wifi worked well with a few different networks available.” – MDIIce

Washington Gulch Designated Campsites 12-20
Washington Gulch Designated Campsites 12-20 | Gunnison National Forest -Crested Butte, CO

“Great boondocking. This is a lovely site with amazing views and data. The designated sites have really helped restore this to a great site.” – JennGrover

Palo Duro Canyon State Park
Palo Duro Canyon State Park | Texas State Park -Canyon, TX

“Palo Duro Canyon has a real rugged beauty and photos do not do it justice. I camped in Juniper campground with water and electric sites.” – JennGrover

John Prince Park Campground
John Prince Park Campground | County Park -Lake Worth, FL

“Many spacious sites on Lake Osborne. Free WiFi. Centrally located to shopping and right next to golf course. Bird watching was great.” – sunny

Lost Dutchman State Park Campground
Lost Dutchman State Park Campground | Arizona State Park -Apache Junction, AZ

“The views of the Superstition Mountains are amazing (site 94 had THE BEST VIEWS). You can hike into the Superstition Wilderness from the campground.” – AndiJS

Wildcat Recreation Area
Wildcat Recreation Area | County Park -Robert Lee, TX

“Beautiful lakeside camping. We were able to take our 40 foot fifth wheel right down the the shore. We were the only ones here. I only wish we could stay longer!” – Jessica

Lake Hemet Campground
Lake Hemet Campground | RV Park -Mountain Center, CA

“Very large campground with lots of dry camp spots. Great getaway from the big city but nearby Idyllwild.” – 58skylane

Smokemont Campground
Smokemont Campground | Great Smoky Mountains National Park -Cherokee, NC

“We stayed here for Fall Leaves in the Smoky Mountains in our van. Basic, but well situated. It has a stream running through the campground and there are hiking trails too.” – Mea

Catalina State Park
Catalina State Park | Arizona State Park -Tucson, AZ

“Catalina State Park is set against the Santa Catalina mountains north of Tucson. We used this as a base for Saguaro National Park and the Mt Lemmon scenic drive.” – A Long Road Trip

Cape Disappointment State Park
Cape Disappointment State Park | Washington State Park -Ilwaco, WA

“Easy access to beach and southern trails. Will come back in the Summer and hike the northern trail. Full hook up site and super excited to have running water!” – Winter

Bay Bayou RV Resort
Bay Bayou RV Resort | RV Park -Tampa, FL

“I would come back in a heartbeat. The location is great, close to so many things in the Tampa area, yet fairly quiet. This is a popular park so plan early.” – Karla