Best U.S. camping locations

Top 10 best U.S. camping locations

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Best U.S. camping locations

Best U.S. camping locations: If you haven’t set your tent for camping while visiting or living in the United States what are you even doing there?

Mentioned below are the top 10 best camping locations in the United States

So, grab your backpack, put in bug spray, enough food supplies and other camping essentials (sleeping tents and bags, flashlights, lantern etc.) and get set to explore the USA.

Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming 

Best camping site for the true nature lovers as it is away from urban areas. Moreover, Yellowstone National Park is home to gigantic canyons, dramatic pine forests, hot springs and a beautiful river adding to the beauty of it. You can find a lot of wild animals like antelopes, bison and wolves.

The Adirondack Park, New York

For those who need a time of their own away from busy city life, this is the best camping site because it offers 6 million acres of land to be explored. Observe nature closely. Hike, climb, sail, canoe and relax.

Ludington State Park, Michigan

Want to have entertaining camping? This site is best for the young and bold as it offers jet skiing, beach walks (with your al time favourite playlist-for sure) woodlands for hiking, sand dunes and swimming lakes. You can camp all year round and still not get bored of this park.

Olympic National Park, Washington

If you are a hiking enthusiast and want to set up your tent in the woods head straight to Olympic National Park. You can pay for a hanging tree tent also and enjoy your camping to the fullest. The variation in ecosystems here makes it everyone’s favourite.

Joshua Tree National Park, California

Best place to camp in winters. You can hike around the mountain peaks or just put on your climbing shoes and get your feet on some adventurous mountain scaling. And since it’s a desert area, take gallons of water.

Boston Harbor Islands, Massachusetts

Want to make your camping “Historical?”  Boston Islands provide a combination of modern and obsolete information on civil war. Explore the surrounding area by surfing and watch the serine lighthouses at night.

Fool Hollow Lake, New Arizona

If your idea of camping is relaxing and basking in the sun for hours, Fool Lake Recreation Area is one of the best places. You can climb, hike on the trails while large water runs beside you. You can just wander in the woods or do some fishing.

Acadia National Park, Maine

To achieve every kind of experience in camping Acadia is the best spot. You can do fishing, play a hide n seek in the woods, go boating, cook, swim and have everything you have ever dreamt of.

Wyalusing Hardwood Forest, Wisconsin

Hunt in the wild, do some fishing and when tired of them both, go hiking on the twisted tracks and observe nature’s beautiful phenomena. You will come across a lot of bird’s species and the melody of their songs all along the woods.

Yogi Bear’s Jellystone Park Hagerstown, Maryland

Camping with kids is made super easy with 70+ Jellystone Parks, each providing a new and exciting fun that is totally family-oriented. Such theme parks never disappoint humans of all ages.[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][vc_column width=”1/4″][/vc_column][/vc_row]

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