What Are The Best Camping Destinations In The USA?
May 7, 2021
Your new Anthem Wheels need to be shown off at the best camping spots across the USA. Here is the compiled list of our personal favorites here at Anthem Wheels.
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Apgar Campground is the largest camping site in Glacier National Park. There are tons of activities that you may partake in, run by the facilities at Glacier National Park. There is electricity and potable water for you if you choose. Glacier National Park is situated in Montanas Rocky Mountains.
Its gorgeous terrain is famous for its glacier-carved peaks and valleys. With hidden waterfalls and lakes, there are so many picturesque areas that must be explored. There are hundreds of hiking trails and a wide variety of different wildlife you may see on your trip. This is definitely a location that you cannot miss out on.
This site is way up in the Upper Peninsula on Lake Superior. This drive-in campsite is situated right along the shoreline with many options for campers. Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore is known for its gorgeous and unique rock formations along the lakeshore.
With a variety of loud colors and shapes, this lakeshore looks, unlike anything you have ever seen before. Up against a birch tree forest, with hiking trails, you will never run out of activities.
Joshua Tree is unlike any other desert that you have ever seen before. Loved by many and a very popular stop because of its gorgeous landscape. Known for its rugged rock formations, pokey Joshua trees, cacti, and golden desert terrain. There are lots of hiking or off-roading spots here.
White Tank campground is loved for its beautiful night sky and accommodations for campers. Be wary that it is closed in the summertime though.
Located in California’s Sierra Nevada. People love this spot for its absolutely incredible views, which are so beautiful it seems fake. Towering Sequoia trees and scenic cliffs make for endless views and endless adventures. Tuolumne Meadows Campground is the largest campground within Yosemite National Park, along the Tuolumne River.
With many amenities for campers, as well as access to hiking trails, lakes, and views. Make sure to get this one on your bucket list.
On the West side of South Dakota, you will find this gem. Called the “Badlands” because of its dangerous desert terrain, with no water, extreme temperatures, and difficult traveling conditions. Recognized for its unique layered rock formations that span for miles.
There are lots of off-roading and hiking trails for you to enjoy while you camp. The Cedar Pass Campground offers showers and shelter even for their guests.
Everyone knows and loves the Grand Canyon. But most just stop by for the day, well imagine spending multiple days there, camping and exploring. See the canyon from all of its viewpoints. Enjoy guided tours, mule trips, river trips, hiking, and more.
With amenities like food, water, and even shuttle buses for campers. Keep in mind you will need to reserve your spot and it is not open in the winter.
With over 175 campgrounds, bring all of your friends with you to Watchman Campground. Enjoy camping in either an RV or a tent with shaded areas and restrooms. This nature preserve has red cliffs and clear rivers that run into pools of jewel blue. Waterfalls, valleys, and mountains make this a must-see spot.
In Garland County, Arkansas, Hot Springs National Park has been preserved since 1832. This no-frills campground is a rustic place to set up camp and relax. Offering space for RVs and tents along with public restrooms for your convenience. Shaded by trees among other greenery.
These ancient thermal springs, unique geology, forested hikes, and mountain views are unlike anything else in the USA.
Many don’t think of New York when they think of camping. Near Vermont and just outside of Albany sits Adirondack Park. This huge and protected park features forested mountains, tons of foliage, and raging rapids. There are tons of campgrounds within this park but we chose the Saranac Lake Islands Campground.
This is because of all of the campgrounds, this was the most unique and different of them all. The campground is truly on the island, so be prepared to paddle out to your destination and don’t pack too heavy.
Last but definitely not least is Kayenta Campground in Moab, Utah. Dead Horse Point is a huge 5,362-acre park at over 5,900 ft in altitude that features a breathtaking overlook of the Colorado River and Canyonlands National Park. Established in 1959 this destination is one you need to see. The campsite offers tent and RV spots as well as electricity and fire rings.
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Which site would you want to camp at? Let us know in the comments below.
*All non-vehicle pictures are courtesy of Hipcamp.