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I found this interesting article in the news this morning.
The writers choice of the best campground in all 50 states.
Looks like it may be geared more towards tent camping, but I'm not sure on that.

Best Campground in Every State


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There can't be a best list, everyone's best is different.


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You are correct there. I can think of other campgrounds in Louisiana that are "better" than the one listed. But the one listed would be in my top 5.

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With the Sierra Mountains on the east and Pacific Ocean on the west....who's to decide which California campground is tops?

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The one listed for Idaho is a nice, RV/Tent campground, but it is always packed. As others have said, there are other campgrounds much nicer or just as nice, with less people.


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Posted: 07/13/21 10:27am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I might buy it's the writers favorite but "best" is far to subjective.

Even as an individual, there is no "best". What I'm after can vary depending on what is happening.
- If it's 110F, I want electricity to run the air/con and many of these don't have electricity.
- If I want a few days away from people, many of these are too busy.


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We've camped at Lone Fir Campground on the North Cross State Highway in WA Sate. It's a great and quiet spot. . . once we were the only campers there. We came early in the year when Highway 20 had just opened for the season.


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Posted: 07/13/21 01:31pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Strictly geared to tent campers, which I suspect would leave out the vast majority of forum members.

The byline states: "We found the best places to pitch your tent in all 50 states, so you don’t have to"

Written by "the Editors" --- what, they won't even give their names??

Certainly VERY subjective, but instead of calling the locations 'favorites' they choose to call them 'best' -- hmmmmm.

You won't catch me reading anything else put out by their organization. Too many other places to extract information.


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How could a forest campground be the best if you prefer the beach?


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I camped at Trappers Lake in Colorado for the great fishing. Unfortunately, the mosquitos were SO BAD that we left after just 30 minutes! Miserable afterwards.

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