Our site was short walk through the woods to St Augustine Amphitheater and St Augustine Farmer’s Market, a bike ride away from the beach, and a quick drive to downtown St. Augustine. The sites are wooded and private. We could hear the concert at the Amphitheater that Saturday night. It was practically like being at the concert. We enjoyed the music from around the campfire. We will definitely be back.
We stayed at Rancho Topanga for 4 nights during our unforgettable trip to Big Bend National Park in December 2019. The campground was thoughtfully designed and is lovingly maintained. The sites are very spaced out with gorgeous views. Each site has potable water and a fire pit. The individual showers have hot water and the dishwashing stations at the bathhouse were something I wish more campgrounds had! We saw wildlife and amazing sunsets during our visit. No electricity and primarily tents only. We can’t wait to visit again!
We love Skidaway Island State Park for its large wooded sites, big beautiful trees draped in Spanish moss, clean modern bathrooms, and close proximity to Savannah. We visit this park twice a year and will keep coming back.
Roan Mountain is a beautiful campground with wooded sites, some with water views and access! Next time we’d definitely try for a water site. We loved Roan Mountain with its rocky streams, shady secluded sites, and winding wooded walks. We will definitely be back.
This campground offers wooded and secluded sites with river views, just off the Blue Ridge Parkway.
We stopped for one night at Salt Lick Creek, passing through on our way to Colorado. Our site was right on the creek and very near the beach. We went for an evening swim and we had a picturesque view of the sun setting over the mountains. This campground is situated perfectly alongside the creek in the mountains of Tennessee. The creek sites have less privacy. If you prefer wooded secluded sites, this campground offer those as well.
With rolling green grassy hills and lake views, this is a pretty campground. The sites are spaced nicely and have tidy gravel drives. Bathrooms are clean. This was a great place to stop for a night while passing through. We have a tiny teardrop style trailer and a tent and we stayed on site E75. We were comfortable and enjoyed our stay.
Be ready for chilly nights, and winds, even in July. The setting is the best part of this campground. Stillwater is crowded and the sites are pretty close together. Sites turn over new inhabitants every day or 2 in many cases. Bathrooms are old and not well kept. There are some good reasons to stay at Stillwater, however. There are pretty little beaches throughout, the views of the mountains are beautiful, and the campground is close to the Rocky Mountain NP, several cute mountain towns, and every outdoor activity you could possibly want to do.
Ridgeway is a very well kept park with beautiful views, lots of amenities, and conveniences. Clean bathrooms, laundry, firewood and ice all available at the campground and very reasonably priced. The beach was within a bike ride or a walk from our site. Most sites have a covered picnic table which was very helpful during the frequent light rain showers. My kids enjoyed the rock climbing nearby. We stayed for 2 days and wished we had another night.
We stayed in Yuca Flats, site 459 for 4 days in July. 459 was a large site, kind of out of the way of other campsites but all sites were nicely spread out and open. We had great views of the reservoir and distant mountains. Sunsets were beautiful and the nighttime show of stars spectacular! The picnic shelters, at every site, are a nice protection from the winds and sun. The bathroom/shower rooms are individual and tidy! This is rare and was much appreciated during Covid. We thoroughly enjoyed our stay.