Are you ready to head out into the natural beauty of America? Maybe you are longing for that wonderful trip to the perfect National/State Park; or you’re just tired of the noisiness of the city. Look no further, here are five of the best camping locations to seclude away with your family!
Everyone loves volcanoes, right? Well, maybe when they’re sleeping. At this park, you’ll be camping out in the crater of a dormant volcano! There are two different camping grounds: Lost Creek and Mazama. Lost Creek is for tent-campers only; Mazama, on the other hand, has some electric hookups for your RVs, both locations have similar features. You can also choose to get even closer to nature by pitching your tent in the Backcountry! However, you must receive a permit. You can also decide to take a swim in Crater Lake; it’s the deepest lake in the U.S., and it’s one of the cleanest in America. Here is a closer look at Crater Lake National Park.
Ever heard of Black Canyon? This beautiful gorge is amazing if you’re trying to catch a glance at the Painted Wall, which is Colorado’s highest cliff. This National Forest also has approximately 3,000 miles of trails and splendid views of the Rocky Mountains! If you’re an angler you’ll love the variety of fishing spots available.
If you’ve never laid eyes on the Grand Canyon I’d definitely recommend it; it’s a mile deep and in some spots 18 miles wide! There’s the South Rim- which is open all year; and the North Rim- open only for the 2017 Season. If you have a sense of adventure you can go hiking in the Backcountry; or take a raft down the Colorado River. Don’t let yourself and your family miss out on this magnificent natural-wonder of the world.
This is one beautiful park, it’s located on the northern tip of the Blue Ridge Mountains. If you’re a hiking-fanatic, you’ll definitely want to camp here and take a shot at what is conceivably the most famous foot trail on Earth, the Appalachian Trail; it’s an astounding 2,186-mile trail, about 500 people actually complete the entire thing in year. However, millions of people hike or walk portions of it yearly.
It’s understandable why this is America’s most popular national park: it has the largest collection of historic log buildings -for you history-lovers- and it’s a cornucopia of waterfalls. It’s also well known for its diverse animal and plant life. And if you love structures from the prehistoric era, this Park contains more than 70!