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Top Camping Trip Spots in the U.S.

 

If you are an outdoorsy person, then you’ll be interested in knowing the top spots in the country for a camping trip. Now, the image of camping most individuals have in their head involves living in the wilderness without a toilet or hot shower, a place where bears and snakes roam free and mosquito reigns supreme.

But, it doesn’t have to be that way. In fact, a lot of campgrounds have running water and restrooms. Some of them even offer lodges, yurts, or cabins. At the end of the day, you’ll discover that you can go fishing, biking, rock climbing, hiking and spotting wildlife without compromising on modern day conveniences.

The sites you’ll find on this list offer such activities, including on-site facilities such as bathrooms and cabins.

 

Phantom Ranch, Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

This spot is ideal for hikers that don’t want to sleep in a tent. There is a remote lodge along the Colorado River for visitors to stay. However, you should know that Phantom Ranch can only be reached by foot, mule or raft. That means you won’t be seeing any convenience stores or cars during your stay. To make up for this, the ranch offers breakfast, lunch, and dinner.

You can also enjoy a spectacular view of the Grand Canyon while hiking the trail near the ranch. You have various accommodation options to pick from. It ranges from the pocket-friendly single-sex dorms to the comfortable cabins.

 

Waianapanapa State Park, Maui

Hawaii has the reputation of being an expensive vacation destination. However, this park is just the opposite. For $90 per night, you can stay in a cabin for 4 or rent a campsite for six people at $18.  While staying in a cabin or tent may look a little rustic, the views are better than those from a five-star hotel. Waianapanapa State Park can be found just three hours east of Kahului Airport, Maui.

 

Everglades National Park, Florida

Summer in Everglades National Park means three things - humidity, high temperature, and rain. However, don’t let it discourage you from camping there. It will probably be one of the most peaceful experience you’ll ever have.

Consider camping during the dry season, for fewer mosquitoes and more sunlight.

 

Denali National Park, Alaska

If you are a wildlife watcher, then consider camping at the Denali National Park. You’ll find a wide range of animals, which include, black bears, grizzly bears, foxes, wolves, wolverines, and a variety of birds. Please note that cars are not allowed in the park, but there is a shuttle large enough to pack camping equipment.

 

Wrapping Up

Other campsites worth considering include Yosemite National Park, California, Death Valley National Park, Nevada, and California, Southern Vermont Campgrounds, Vermont. All these sites offer the basic amenities necessary to have a comfortable camping experience.

Another way of enjoying a comfortable experience is by booking our Connecticut car service. Let our Connecticut airport shuttle get you to the airport in a safe and comfortable way.

Posted on Jul 10 2018

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