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11 Best Camping Sites In The United States

11 Best Camping Sites In The United States

If you are the type who is a regular camper, it is highly probable that you've got those favorite spots that you keep returning to just to be overwhelmed by that acute nostalgia. Well,  if you are camping dummy – or if you are tired of your old spots and aiming at getting yourself heading in a different direction – you are most likely to find a your ideal destination in the proposed list below. These spot proposals are a blend of mountain top sites, down beach areas, with marvelous scenery that range from canyons to slick rocks and even rivers. Irrespective of the activity that you are coming to enjoy, be it hiking, rafting, biking or just sightseeing in the area, rest assured there is a spot for you.

Get to Place your tent in one of these 11 ideally selected spots, and you'll wake up delighted every morning. I can guarantee you that.

 

  1. ARCHES NATIONAL PARK: DEVILS GARDEN CAMPGROUND, UTAH

The Devils Garden Campground is the only camping site that exists in Arches National Park, and its environs are just so gorgeous. The camping sites are very attractive, with a great number of them being very well spaced out and many others offering a very high degree of security and very much of privacy. Most of these campsites are at locations with massive rock formations just nearby. We could also find a wide variety of coniferous trees that would provide you with the necessary shelter and act as protection against wind. At some place , especially when you find yourself around the east side area of the camping site you can have a sensational view of the mountains, despite the fact that they are may be more exposed and may offer less of protection.

The Devils Garden Campground finds itself at a height beyond 5,000 feet above sea level and this accounts for its slight variance in climate as compared to the surroundings. Nights spent there could be quite cool, especially during spring but it gets to be very pleasant during that summer heat. [Visit site]

ARCHES NATIONAL PARK: DEVILS GARDEN CAMPGROUND, UTAH

 

  1. OCRACOKE ISLAND, NORTH CAROLINA

Resting on the southernmost part of the Outermost Banks of North Carolina, the Ocracoke Island is Located at a couple of miles in America's hinterlands. It is worth noting that this island can be accessible only by air, sea or by making use of the ferry. The Ocracoke Island is rich in pristine and above all has very natural beaches which are under the protection of the National Park Services. In the little Village of Ocracoke which is completely surrounded by water, where you can find old-fashioned, charming restaurants which date right back to the 19th century and these restaurants are masked up on tree-covered roads that wind about the whole town. The most outstanding camping sites here are the National park service and the Comber beach camping grounds which offer one of the most gorgeous views on the Atlantic. [Visit site]

OCRACOKE ISLAND, NORTH CAROLINA

 

  1. NATURAL BRIDGES NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH

Located in the Natural bridges state park, it is counted among the couple of camping sites that the park holds.

Notable about Natural bridges is the wonderful sight of the 3 natural stone bridges. One can go ahead to get a close up view by taking a short hike which is apparently very easy especially for those with short legs. In addition to this, there is a Program for Junior Rangers which serves as a means for both parents and their children to discover the area. It should be noted that this was First ever Dark-Sky Park that was recognized internationally. [Visit site]

NATURAL BRIDGES NATIONAL MONUMENT, UTAH

 

  1. OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK, WASHINGTON 

Always rated among one the top choices of camping sites, the evergreen state has countless number of places for anyone who is the outdoors fanatic. This national park has a lot more to itself than just the remarkable trees and splendid hiking areas. It also happens that this park holds within itself a variety of ecosystems. Just at the thought of it; ecosystems that go to the extent of having a rain forest among its options. If you are a Hiker, then you can get to hike to the top of the hills else, you could just enjoy sitting and watching whales migrate during the right period of the year. You could Camp at any of the sites, for those who'd really want to get things done their way, they could spend a couple of bucks in order to obtain a  camping permit and then hang up a tree tent in any tree of your choice available in the massive forestland. [Visit site]

OLYMPIC NATIONAL PARK, WASHINGTON

 

  1. ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, MARYLAND

Endowed with quite a long & stretchy beach, the Assateague Island is reputed for being so majestic with the bald eagles that you could spot from all over coupled with the wild ponies which we'll always find roaming along beach. It also offers the chance of doing back-country camping for those campers who enjoy backpacking or just getting to explore the island .The park is actually open to the public all year round. As a plus, Assateague offers casual activities, among which are fishing, kayaking tours, hunting, bike riding, sightseeing and what have you. [Visit site]

ASSATEAGUE ISLAND, MARYLAND

 

  1. INGALLS HOMESTEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA

In DeSmet, South Dakota, it is possible you found yourself spending the night in a wagon found in the Ingalls Homestead. Here you'd get to see what life on the prairie could be all about. With your mornings spent helping out with chores either in the barn or in the house. Then in the afternoons you could go exploring the prairie grasses and you may end up finding yourself being visited in the evenings at your wagon by a couple of kittens that are usually brought there due to the campfire food. [Visit site]

INGALLS HOMESTEAD, SOUTH DAKOTA

 

  1. PATRICK’S POINT STATE PARK, CALIFORNIA

Located in Northern California, with a great view on the Pacific Ocean, Patrick’s Point is actually a patch of forest. Counting over a hundred camping sites with paths that steer their way into the ocean. The state park is noted for the front-country camping that it provides the campers with. This Patrick’s Point includes a couple of areas, where visitors could go bike riding in the park and enjoy the gorgeous sight of the Northern California pines a well as the redwoods which are found stretched across the Pacific.

Worth noting about this Patrick’s Point is the history of the Sumeg Indians who once lived there. As a result, there is a replica of the Sumeg village for those who'd like to see for themselves what life as a Sumeg looked like. [Visit site]

PATRICK’S POINT STATE PARK, CALIFORNIA

 

  1. EVERGLADES NATIONAL PARK, FLORIDA 

Well known for the availability of locals who give tours around, the Everglades Park is endowed with so much to be discovered and admired. Barely within the thousands of square miles that it covers, there’s a lot to be discovered. It suffices to get a boat and head out for what is surely going to be the most amazing fishing experience you may have in a life's time. With a rented canoe, you can live the experience yourself as you cruise through the waterways. [Visit site]

 

  1. SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK, VIRGINIA

This stunning park has just within itself, miles upon miles of trails. Some of which lead to gorgeous places such as waterfalls. Other trails would just twist and turn leading through miles of still, safe and sound wilderness. On the Old Rag Mt. there is a hike, which is rated as the toughest route in the entire park but when you are able to reach the peak, the view is just gorgeous. The park has four camping grounds that are open through all seasons except during winter. People are advised to reserve before but it is more of a first-come-first-serve policy. [Visit site]

SHENANDOAH NATIONAL PARK, VIRGINIA

 

  1. GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENNESSEE

Among one of the national parks which is the most-visited in the world, the great smoky is noted for its rich ecosystem which is flooded with a wide variety of plants and animals. Not forgetting the amazing mountain views. It englobes dozens of structures that date right back to the prehistoric era. Now, it is famous for the cluster of historic buildings it embodies. Full with various waterfalls, this park is just the best place to go hiking on a perfect day. [Visit site]

GREAT SMOKY MOUNTAINS NATIONAL PARK, TENNESSEE

 

  1. WYALUSING HARDWOOD FOREST, WISCONSIN

With the immense variety of fishing and hunting opportunities that these woodlands provide, these woodlands are considered to be the best of its type. This is just the right place for you to find those glades that one's going to consider as the most remarkable trees that ever existed in the world. With its rich arboreal content, we find amateurs of ornithology flooding the area as they aim at finding nesting birds that always make the woods full of sound. [Visit site]

WYALUSING HARDWOOD FOREST, WISCONSIN

 

Before being able to have access to any of these camping sites you may go through some challenging procedure and may need some pre-trip planning. During the brighter seasons like spring and summer, the sites could be reserved and booked out months before hand. It is possible that you even get to reserve a camping site 6 months earlier. But during seasons, when we get to have those cold temperatures, it surely will be different.

 

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