Stony Fork Creek is beautiful and offers nearby hiking trails, a lake, and activities. My only complaint is that other campers did not respect quiet hours and it took the campground staff too long to ask them to quiet down.
Walking distance to the falls trail, nice spacious and private campsites. I highly recommend.
I've done a lot of camping and Cape Henlopen is one of the best places I've stayed. I have stayed here at least a dozen times and have never had any complaints. There are lots of walking and biking trails, clean facilities, and the sites are very nice.
We booked a tent site, and there was only one small patch of grass where we could set up our tent. But the people next to us were in a big group and already had their tents set up very close to our grass, and we didn't feel comfortable camping that close to people. My brother had an RV site, so we went down to his and set up our tent there and it was much nicer. The fire pits are very nice, and the hiking trails in the park are great.
We stayed here in October and it was a little too chilly for us to camp but we gave it a shot. The campground wasn't too big and the sites offered a lot of privacy, and some hiking trails within the campground. Would definitely recommend!
Sunset Campground in Bryce Canyon National Park is beautiful and spacious, and is very close to some overlooks and the visitor's center. My only complaint is that there wasn't much privacy between sites. It also gets very cold in the campground as it is higher elevation than some other parts of Utah, so bring warm gear if you are tenting.
This was one of the bigger campgrounds I've stayed in. There were a lot of big families camping together and they were very loud, plus there is not much privacy between sites. It was however a beautiful campground with decent bath/shower facilities. Watch out for bears/deer!
We camped at the walk-to sites and then again in the drive-in sites. The walk-to sites were great but had no shade, and the wind coming off the hill behind us was very loud in our tent. The drive-in sites had shade and were very comfortable. There were lots of deer walking through the campground and came right up to us.
Book in advance as it fills up quickly! Dead Horse Point is a beautiful state park that looks like a smaller version of the Grand Canyon. The campground is small but there is some privacy between sites. We camped in our tent but saw RV's and campers there. There was a picnic table under a roof so we had some shelter when it rained.