Arches National Park, Utah
Arches National Park has everything you need in a campsite: Easily-accessible sites, fantastic trails and easy photo opportunities.
Ludington State Park, Michigan
Ludington State Park is the perfect place to camp as a family. You have all kinds of activities at your disposal, such as hiking, jet skiing and kayaking. Ludington also borders Lake Michigan, so visiting there is an option as well!
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, Hawaii
Hawaii Volcanoes National Park is arguably the most unique spot for camping on this list. Enjoy the illumination of the sky at night by the volcanoes and numerous hiking trails during the day!
Olympic National Park, Washington
Olympic National Park boasts three different ecosystems for travelers to enjoy while providing tons of hiking trails. If you’re looking for an all-around great camping experience, this is the place to visit!
Glacier Bay National Park, Alaska
Camping in Glacier Bay is a tough challenge, but if you have extensive experience, it’s a must. Rafting and hiking are the two most popular activities here, all while being presented with the stately mountains of Alaska.
Joshua Tree National Park, California
Joshua Tree is the ideal spot for laid-back desert camping. Along with many hiking and biking trails, the park provides the opportunity to rock climb on some of the coolest rocks in the country!
Glacier National Park, Montana
If hiking is your thing, you’ll want to visit Glacier National Park in Montana. This park provides approximately 700 miles worth of hiking trails. If you’re looking to take an evening joyride, you can take Going-to-the-Sun Road which runs through the heart of the park!
Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Don’t be intimidated by the name. Badlands National Park is a gorgeous piece of real estate in North Dakota that allows for some awesome trail hiking and rock climbing. The park also provides hosted tours if you’d prefer to have a guide with you!
The Adirondack Park, New York
Adirondack Park provides visitors with just a bit of everything. Hiking, climbing, biking, boating, you name it. The wildlife scene is also very diverse, so you’re sure to see a few unique critters.
Yosemite National Park, California
Yosemite National Park is one of the most visited parks in the country, but don’t let that scare you off. This park provides breathtaking views and all the activities you could think of.