This map includes every campsite I was in for 2006 through 2019 - about 715 of them, with no duplicates (hopefully)! About 50 of these, with a red marker, are boondocking spots (i.e., not in a developed campground). There are very few commercial campgrounds included, as I use government (USFS/BLM/NPS/State/etc.) campgrounds almost exclusively.
Double click on map to center at that spot and zoom in one level. Or, use use the graphical controls in the upper left of the map to zoom and pan the map. You can also pan by "click & hold" and then move the mouse. Put the mouse cursor over a "pinhead" for the name of campground. Click on pinhead for more info (GPS coordinates, date, description, cost, etc.).
For a satellite "photo map", select "Google hybrid" in the upper right selection box. If you zoom in far enough, you'll see my exact camping spot (normally within 75 ft, or so). However, if it shows me in a lake or river, I wasn't really there. :)
After my 2015 travels, I upgraded the map to include GPS coordinates in the campground remarks. You can just "cut & paste" these from my map to Google maps and get directions to the site.