Where can you go camping and have the most enjoyable time? Here you’re going to get to know about a few fun camping destinations so that you know you’re not wasting your time by going to one or more of them on your next vacation.
Yosemite National Park, California
This area of the world has 13 campgrounds that are popular and if you want to go from the month April to September you should make a reservation. There are also 7 campsites that work on a first come first served type of arrangement every day of the year. There is 95 percent designated wilderness in this park, and that means there are no cars, roads, electricity, or structures. You’ll be able to hike if you want to take the Four Mile Trail or you can climb the Half Dome if you’re a climber.
Acadia National Park, Maine
There are 3 places to camp. Here you will get an idea of what they are like and then some. The Blackwoods are a place that are closer to the town center on the island. The Schoodic Woods are surrounded by some water and are on the Schoodic Peninsula. Finally, there is the seawall area which is a place with less tourists and a more rustic feel to it. At the Seawall, you can stay from late may all the way through September. Blackwoods is open year round. If you go to the Schoodic, its open from late May to Columbus Day.
Badlands National Park, South Dakota
Another awesome camping destination is the Badlands National Park in South Dakota. Here you’ll find some tough climate to go on a trek through, but it’s worth it when you see the area’s beauty. There are a couple of campgrounds here to enjoy. One is called Cedar Pass and it has some amenities like electricity and running water. Then there is the Sage Creek area which is a more primitive space with no water around. You don’t have to have permits to go camping in the back-country.
Ozark National Forest, Arkansas
There are 200 picnic and camping sites here, acres that measure in the thousands of lakes and streams, and a whopping 400 miles of trails for hiking. There are places to camp here, too, for RVs and even tents. There are a combined 320 sites spread out across 23 campgrounds that are developed. There are primitive camping options that are allowed here unless there are signs set up that say not to. You don’t have to pay a fee to enter but you may have to pay a camping fee from no cost to about $20 a night.
There are a lot of fun camping destinations, and the ones above are some of the best. You’ll enjoy all of the sights and sounds that each one brings, and they all will be a great way to get away from your day to day life surrounded by only technology!