We'll be back on the Moon sometime during the next decade.
Perhaps NASA will do it the same way as Apollo--the first landing in a relatively flat, crater-free area, similar to the Sea of Tranquility where Eagle landed.
After that, the next landing could be an old Apollo site, in order to prove the ability to make a pinpoint landing. The Apollo 15 site in the Apennines and the Apollo 17 site in Taurus-Littrow are attractive candidates. It would give us a chance to assess how the old equipment would have held up after forty-odd years, and both sites offered some of the more spectacular vistas we've seen on the Moon.
It's time to go back.