Over night camping trip while hiking Eagle Mountain in the BWCA. Great site with bathroom and shower facilities (free showers). Small with limited sites, but spaced for room. Going back soon.
Great campground in RMNP. I stayed at site 6 towards the end of April for 2 nights. Mather' sites are well spaced with great tree coverage for shade. The campground is close to showers and the store fore supplies. Water and toilets are centrally located for easy access. I would recommend this site because of its location in the park.
This is a great state park to go and visit. I stayed at site 6 in mid April. There is no tree coverage, but each campsite has an awning for shade. I highly recommend hiking to Frary Peak. There are many other great hikes, buffalo, and antelope.
We stayed at Devils Garden site 40 for 3 nights. The site was huge with large boulders for some shade early in the day. This site is well spaced from other campsites so you don't feel cramped. A short walk to the restrooms and water. My only negative about this Campground is that it's the last stop in the park. Expect at least a 30 minute drive from the entrance to the CG. If staying at this CG supply well so you don't have to leave the park.
We camped at 12mile towards the end of October. Sites are first come which can be an issue peak season. The campsite was great other then that the outhouses were screwed shut by late fall, which made #2's interesting. The sites are well spaced so you don't feel cramped. Great tree cover with a great view.
I was in Zion in mid April at Warchman CG loop D site 35 for 2 nights. The weather was great and there was enough tree cover for shade. The CG is close to the main entrance in Springdale. An easy walk for firewood and a trip to the brewery into town, or very short for water. It is also an easy walk to the visitor center to catch a shuttle bus. This in my opinion is the best campground in Zion to make things easy after a day of hiking.
I camped in RMNP at Glacier Basin CG at the end of July. I was in loop A site 14. The campsites in this section had good tree cover for shade. The restrooms are centrally located within the loop. Even through there is ample space you feel crowded because there are no natural barriers between campsites. I liked this site because of its proximity to the main bus shuttle hub. I would definitely consider camping here again.