6 Best Camping Spots in the United States
It’s about that ideal time of year in some places to go camping. However, not ever place is a good place to camp. Luckily, you stumbled across this article!
First, some house keeping things. If you are going camping there are going to be some things that you need to know:
1. Make sure to not leave your food sitting outside because it will attract animals.
2. Please bring bug spray because there will be a ton of bugs almost anywhere you go, unless you pick some place dry. Even then, bug spray would be in my bag.
3. Do not venture out at night by yourself, even if it is to use the restroom. You don’t know what’s out there in a place you have never been plus it’s easy to get lost!
4. If you are going to be camping on the beach anywhere, here is the perfect sun tent you should be get!
5. Have some fun because odds are, you are on vacation. So pick a good spot, have fun with family and/or friends, and most of all, relax!
We’ve scoured the top places to go camping in the United States, so if you are going camping, be sure to consider one of the places below:
Zion National Park, Utah
There are three campgrounds and a ton of gorgeous trails to explore the park. This would be a great place to plan a scenic back packing trip! It is open year round and very affordable. Just keep a look out for rattlesnakes and potential mountain lions.
Glacier National Park, Montana
Set up camp and explore the various hiking trails this site has to offer. Some trails have amazing views of alpine lakes. There are 13 camp sites to choose from and the park is open all year! Be aware of bears and mountain lions while camping!
Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona
Visit one of the 7 wonders of the world and enjoy a night under the stars! The North Rim and South Rim offer campgrounds with many hiking trails. Given you will be in the desert, so be sure to bring plenty of water. This is a great destination for a family outing because there aren’t large animals to be cautious of.
Ludington State Park, Michigan
If you are looking for a campground with lake activities, this is the destination for you! This park is located in between Lake Michigan and Hamlin Lake. This is another family friendly spot without dangerous wildlife and modern campgrounds.
Everglades National Park, Florida
If you are living on the East Coast, this is the perfect destination for you! There are many hiking trails, as well as biking trails. If your family enjoys water sports, try one of their many kayak trails to further explore the beauty of the Everglades. You will find more exotic animals at this location including crocodiles and alligators.
Yosemite National Park, California
Enjoy being completely disconnected from your busy life at Yosemite, where 95 percent of the park is complete wilderness. That’s right, you will be able to bond with your family without internet or cellphones! There are several campgrounds at various parts of the park open year round. Be aware that Black bears are common.
I hope this helps you decide on where you are going on your next camping trip. Heck, it could even be out in your back yard! Just remember: have some fun.