Lewis Mountain in Shenandoah National Park was a nice quick spot to hang out for the night. The mist came in in the evening forming much condensation in the trees which then fell in fat drops above me as I stayed dry and cosy. Though this is not as far off the beaten path normally like to go, it was still nice and well kept. The campground was not terribly busy and the campground host pointed me in the direction of the best wooded areas to set the tent up in – once I asked permission and explained it to him! From here you can easily access the Appalachian Trail or hit a trail to Bearfence Rock or South River Falls!
Travel links: Site 24 suited my Stingray great and there were several others that had good trees around.. This might be someplace you want to book in advance in the peak season.
Utilities: Bathroom, bear boxes, recycling, parking