Glacier Basin is definitely a great location to stay for doing hikes in the Bear Lake trailhead area. It's right across the street from the park and ride, which is a must unless you get to the trailhead by 7:30 am. The sites are not very secluded so expect to be within chatting range of your neighbors. That can be nice but don't expect to have a quiet time there because it is always packed in the summer. There is firewood for sale (small bills only) along with some ice creams which is a great touch.
Lots of RV sites but we were able to pitch our tent by the beach and there was plenty of space. Got super windy by the reservoir. The woman at the golf course clubhouse, which is also the front desk of the campground, let us cook dinner at the tables behind the clubhouse and use the outdoor bathrooms there.
This was a very quiet campsite in southern Indiana. We had a hard time finding dispered camping in the national Forest so we settled for this site. There was one other site occupied in the middle of the week so it was definitely quiet. Gravel platform for pitching a tent. Clean bathrooms with flush toilets and sinks which were nice.
Cuyahoga Valley national park is a lovely park outside of Cleveland. This campsite was a little confusing about where we were allowed to park and for the price we paid for the site (15 or 20) there weren't any amenities. After a big rain, a lot of the sites had some serious puddles making pitching a tent difficult. A plus of the site was that it's right at the beginning of the Stanford trail to Brandywine falls, the nicest feature in the park in my opinion.