Being in Florida, this is the beginning of our Camping Season. It is also a period before the Snowbirds arrive and fill every campground to capacity.
We like Camping in the "Shoulder Seasons", there are fewer people to make it crowded, Reservations are plentiful, the weather is usually great and the "Snowbird" prices haven't kicked in yet. This applies both before and after the Snowbirds come and go.
Here in Florida the Shoulder Seasons are September (after Labor Day) through the middle of November and the middle of March through Memorial Day (excluding Spring Break Week[s]).
This year we might try some boondocking in areas where the Snowbirds are not (during Snowbird Season).
I am sure that around most of the Country the Fall and Spring Seasons provide great camping experiences without the attendant crowds of Summer.
Let us know of some of your favorite times of the year for Scamping.