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Most Beautiful Camping Destinations in the Country

By May 24, 2019September 6th, 2022Arizona, Bus Travel, California, Maryland, Oregon, Texas, Washington
Looking for the best place to camp? Check out these top beautiful camping destinations and book your bus tickets today.

The United States could easily be considered one of the top countries in the world for incredible camping experiences. After all, the country is 3.8 million square miles, with much of that being natural regions perfect for camping. If you are trying to find your next camping destination, look no further! In this post, we’ll introduce you to some of the most beautiful places to camp in the country.

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Crater Lake National Park is home to the deepest lake in the country as well as Mount Mazama, a collapsed volcano. Both of these natural wonders make this park a picturesque destination for nature photographers and anyone else looking to snap a few amazing photos! During your stay in the park, take a boat over to Wizard Island to hike the trails around the island’s volcano. If you’re still looking for more hiking opportunities, take on Mount Scott, the highest point in Crater Lake. For a delightfully eerie experience, explore Phantom Ship, a small rock island in Crater Lake. Other spots to visit around the park include Castle Crest Wildflower GardenCloudcap Overlook, and National Creek Falls.

Olympic National Park, Washington

With breathtaking coastal views of the Pacific Ocean on one side and views of the magnificent Olympic Mountains on the other, Olympic National Park is a nature lover’s dream come true. Making up over 1,440 miles, this national park is a camping paradise that invites visitors to explore the Pacific Northwest. Take a hike through the Hoh Rainforest, ski through Hurricane Ridge, take a dip in Lake Crescent, go salmon fishing in Sol Duc River, and relax on the sands of Ruby Beach.

Joshua Tree State Park, California

Although Joshua Tree is getting something of a reputation for being the perfect backdrop of Instagram-worthy photos, there is so much more to this state park to explore. If you can, limit the amount of time you spend taking photos and instead be in the present moment in this highly protected natural wonderland. Pitch a tent or park your RV at the Jumbo Rocks Campground, comprised mainly of mini-canyons and big boulders. After a good night’s rest, get up in the morning to stroll through Cholla Cactus GardenIndian Cove Road, and the one-mile Hidden Valley Nature Trail. If you’re up for a seven-mile hike, make your way to Lost Palms Oasis Trail. Complete your camping trip with a stop off at Arch RockWonderland of Rocks, and the Fortynine Palms Oasis Trail.

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

The Grand Canyon is more than a place to bask in exquisite views. It’s an excellent camping option for anyone who wants to enjoy the awe-inspiring scenery for more than a day. The South Rim is easily accessible, however, it can get pretty crowded because of this. The North Rim is a bit more remote, and camping in the backcountry is another option (with a permit). Plan to camp in the area for a few days so you have enough time to get in as much hiking, river rafting, and sightseeing as possible. Go for a swim in the enchanting blue-green Havasu Falls, watch the sun rise or set over Hopi Point, cross the Navajo Bridge, and spend the day basking in the beauty of Beaver Falls.

Assateague Island Campgrounds, Maryland

Does the idea of camping out on an island surrounded by beautiful, wild horses sound perfect to you? It’s all possible on Assateague Island in Maryland. This gorgeous island just nine miles away from Ocean City provides visitors with the chance to enjoy island living, camping, water sports, seafood, and brisk ocean air all in one trip. On dry land, you can camp out on the beach and spot the horses, and in the water, you can paddle board, boat, jet ski, kayak, and engage in just about every other water activity that comes to mind. Don’t forget to eat plenty of fresh crab during your stay.

Big Bend National Park, Texas

If only for the night sky lit up by hundreds of thousands of stars, that’s reason enough to camp out in Big Bend National Park. Of course, there are still many other sights to see and things to do in this national park. Hike to Cattail Falls, raft down the Rio Grande Wild and Scenic River, visit the Homer Wilson Ranch, and check out the Mariscal Mine.

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