Someone feels that a female venture alone or solo camping is reckless. In fact, the national park turns out to be remarkably safe; all you need to do is pack all your gear and choose your favorite one.

Here is a checklist of beautiful and safe national parks.

Yosemite National Park

Whether you are a male or female/group or no group, Yosemite National Park is a great location to camp that has a nice view and safe; you don't need to worry about a lot of shady characters.

in Yosemite, here are dozens of incomparable meadows and more than a hundred lakes, plus waterfalls as tall as a 200-story building, trees the size of rocket ships, mountains the size of - well, mountains - and even a few beaches.

Top Camping Spots for Women in the USA

No matter you like hiking or camping, you're likely to spend lots of your Yosemite vacation wandering on them.


Hot Springs National Park-nicknamed "The American Spa"-surrounds the north end of the city of Hot Springs, Arkansas.

Top Camping Spots for Women in the USA

This smallest National Park in the country is a great location for solo camping. You can hike up Hot Springs Mountain on one of the several trails, wander along historic Bathhouse Row, enjoy a traditional bath; all these things can be easy to tackle everything in a day.


It's enjoyable and as accessible, especially for solo camper looking for a getaway from urban life.

Top Camping Spots for Women in the USA

Here you can enjoy camping at one of eight campgrounds, hike one of 14 trails and you will be surprised by the unexpected beauty for the vast interior of maple hills, rocky ridges, and thousands of lakes. 


Cuyahoga valley national park is a peaceful camping location filled with lush forests, waterfalls, rolling hills, open farmlands, native plants, and wildlife, and provides routes of discovery for campers. You can have a memorable solo camping trip in this green and peaceful park.

Top Camping Spots for Women in the USA

You can carry a personal GPS beacon to maximize your safety and peace of mind while camping solo, or at the very least you should tell your family or friends about your location and timetable.