One of the best things about camping in the U.S. is that there are so many great places to choose from. From the piney woods of Maine to the crisp lakes of Alaska, you can pick up one according to your own preferences, set up your tents here, hike, swim, picnic...enjoy the great wildness.
Now, begin to explore the best campsites and enjoy beautiful sights in the U.S. with this article.
1. WHITE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL FOREST
The White Mountain National Forest in eastern New Hampshire and western Maine ranges from mountainous hardwood forests to majestic alpine peaks. Come experience the breathtaking scenery, clear mountain lakes and streams, wildlife, and outdoor recreation opportunities year round.
2. MINNEWASKA STATE PARK RESERVE
Located in Ulster County, NY Minnewaska State Park Preserve features numerous waterfalls, three crystalline sky lakes, dense hardwood forests, incising sheer cliffs and ledges opening to beautiful views, clear streams cut into valleys, 35 miles of carriage roads and 50 miles of footpaths on which to bike, walk, hike and simply enjoy.
3. DRY TORTUGAS NATIONAL PARK
Almost 70 miles (113 km) west of Key West lies the remote Dry Tortugas National Park. This 100-square mile park is mostly open water with seven small islands. Accessible only by boat or seaplane, the park is known the world over as the home of magnificent Fort Jefferson, picturesque blue waters, superlative coral reefs and marine life, and the vast assortment of bird life that frequents the area.
Camping at Garden Key is an incredible experience with amazing star gazing, snorkeling, sunsets, and more!
4. GLACIER NATIONAL PARK
You can experience Glacier's pristine forests, alpine meadows, rugged mountains, and spectacular lakes. With over 700 miles of trails, Glacier is a hiker's paradise for adventurous visitors seeking wilderness and solitude. Relive the days of old through historic chalets, lodges, and the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road.
5. GUNNISON NATIONAL FOREST
The forest was created by Theodore Roosevelt on June 13, 1905 as the Cochetopa Forest Reserve, and named after explorer John W. Gunnison. The most campgrounds in the Forest are designed to accommodate campers, tents and small trailers (up to 18 feet long).
The Alpine Loop Scenic Byway travels through spectacular and colorful high mountain scenery, providing access to several ghost towns and the summits of Redcloud, Handies, Sunshine, Wetterhorn, and Uncompahgre Peaks.
6. OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK
From the mountains to the sea, explore the varied ecosystems of Olympic National Park while enjoying the cozy comfort and hospitality of an Olympic National Park lodge resort. Hike the longest stretch of coastal wilderness in the lower 48 states and witness fascinating tidal pools, scenic beaches, and amazing sea life. Trek up Hurricane Ridge and view majestic Mount Olympus, still covered with glistening white glaciers. Experience the breathtaking scenery!
7. CRATER LAKE NATIONAL PARK
Every year, Crater Lake National Park attracts half a million visitors who come to gaze into its pure, clean water. Artists, photographers, and sightseers gaze in wonder at its blue water and stunning setting atop the Cascade Mountain Range. Here, you can experience an unforgettable camping experience.
8. YOSEMITE NATIONAL PARK
You can experience this majestic park in all four seasons: seeing awe-inspiring vistas, granite icons, breath-taking waterfalls, and discovering fascinating history...
Whether it’s your first time visiting Yosemite National Park or you’re a seasoned veteran traveler, you’ll always find something new to do here, and have a wonderful camping experience.
Camping is the most interesting summer outdoor activity that should not be missed, so, let's pick a beautiful campsite and go out camping with family or friends!