park and campground reviews

Finding a good campground takes a bit of research. There are many types of campgrounds from RV resorts to rustic state parks so we thought we would share the ones we have visited and give a brief summary of the facilities and amenities. We rate campgrounds from one to four stars based on our overall experience. A rating of one is the worst experience and a rating of four is the best. We keep the three and four star rated campsite in our personal campground file to use again when we are in the area. If we have written about the area we link to that post in the campground review. 

florida

Boyd's Campground
(at Key West)

Periwinkle Campground
(at Sanibel Island)

Turtle Beach State Park
(at Siesta Key)

Georgia

Amicalola State Park
(Dawsonville, GA)

Black Rock Mountain State Park
(Far Northeast Corner)

Cloudland Canyon State Park
(Far Northwest Corner)

Crooked River State Park
(Far Southeast Corner)

Don Carter State Park
(Gainsville, GA)

Eagle's Roost
(at Lake Park)

High Falls State Park
(Jackson, GA)

Indian Springs State Park
(Flovilla, GA)

McKinney Campground
(Lake Allatoona, Acworth, GA)

Mistletoe State Park
(Mid-eastern Border)

Morganton Point Recreation Area
(Blue Ridge, GA)

Redtop Mountain State Park
(Acworth, GA)

Seminole State Park
(Far Southwest Corner)

Tugaloo State Park
(at Lake Hartwell, Lavonia)

Woodring Campground
(Carter's Lake, Oakman, GA)

 

Connecticut

Seaport RV Resort
(at Mystic)

Maine

Searsport Shores
(at Searsport)

Wild Duck Campground
(at Scarborough)

Massachusettes

Dunes Edge
(at Provincetown on Cape Cod)

New Jersey

Seashore Campsites & RV Resort
(at Cape May)

North Carolina

Holly Point Campground
(at Lake Falls Recreation Area, Wake Forest)

Jones Station RV Park and Campground
(at Mebane)

Rutledge Lake Park
(at Fletcher)

Pennsylvania

Locust Lake State Park
(at Barnesville)

South Carolina

Hunting Island State Park Campground
(at Hunting Island)

Vermont

Sugar Ridge RV Resort
(at Danville)