March 11, 2020

Top 5 States for Camping in 2020/2021

If you love spending time outdoors and are in love with camping, there is no need to tell you about the advantages of choosing to stay under 5 million stars, rather than in a 5-star hotel. If, on the other hand, you’re intrigued by the idea, but have not had a chance to go camping yet, even though America has such a variety of camping grounds, you might take a look at these suggestions for your next holiday. You’ll likely never look back once you get hooked on travelling across this great country. Here are our suggestions when it comes to five best countries for your next (and possible first) camping trip and some suggestions of campsites in them.

Not many people would associate Arizona with great camping experience, but this state really has some of the most amazing sights, such as the Grand Canyon, that attract millions of tourists each year.

When it comes to campsites, we’d like to recommend the Trailer Village park. Needless to say, visiting Arizona without visiting Grand Canyon National Park makes no sense and you should definitely join all those who flock here each year. Now, imagine staying at a private campground that’s inside the park and allows you to make the most of your stay.

Next, there is Voyager RV Resort and Hotel in Tuscon, where you’ll have all the amenities you’d normally find in a great hotel, including a golf course.

Finally, there is the Page Lake Powell campground, which is an excellent choice if you wish to explore the Grand Circle. You can set up your rig and use an indoor pool, hot tub, laundry service or any other amenity offered by this great campground.

New Mexico
If you’re not convinced about Arizona, why don’t you visit its neighbour? Less popular among tourists, but with so much to offer, New Mexico is rightfully treated as a hidden gem among those who have been lucky enough to visit it.

When it comes to recommendations for campgrounds, we should probably start with Black Canyon Campground, Santa Fe, which owes much of its popularity to the fact that is close to Santa Fe and its quaint eateries, amazing architecture and historical significance. This campground may not have some luxurious amenities, but you still have options for fun and recreation.

Next on our list is Albuquerque KOA Journey, a campground boasting all the amenities and fixtures you’d expect to find at a KOA, including generous sites that can accommodate large rigs and irreplaceable caravan privacy screens. You can explore Albuquerque and the area around it from this campground very easily.

North Carolina
If you’re looking for oceans, rivers, forests, mountains and some great city life, look no further than North Carolina.  Though technically in Tennessee, the Smoky Mountain Premier RV resort is our first recommendation. Just minutes from NC, this campground is located in the fantastic national park and it offers sun decks, golf car rental and other amenities that will make your stay enjoyable.

Next, there is the Camp Hatteras RV Resort and Campground, where you can make the most of vast waterscapes, delicious fresh seafood and a range of shops and restaurants in Rodanthe, North Carolina. There are playgrounds, indoor and outdoor pools, laundry facilities and other amenities you’d expect to find.

Utah boasts five national parks and a wide range of other wonders to explore, which makes it an ideal camping destination. When it comes to campgrounds, you can visit the Canyonlands RV Resort and Campground, from which you can see two amazing national parks: Arches and Canyonlands. The spaces are generous and fitted with full hook-ups and there are on-site groceries, a swimming pool, campfire rings and more.

Alternatively, you can visit the Zion Canyon Campground and RV Resort to enjoy many plush amenities, located near the national park, as well as some restaurants, shops and other fun things to do.

This state prides itself on a wide range of climates and landscape, which is why campers with different tastes can definitely find their perfect campground here. For example, the Eagle Tree RV Park near Seattle allows you to visit this vibrant city by ferry and then return to your safe heaven when you’ve had enough of the noise. You can also visit the charming town ofPoulsbo if you’re after a different type of holiday.

Elwha Dam RV Park is another option. The quaint seaside city of Part Angeles will treat you to numerous bookstores, coffee shops and boutiques, while at the same time providing a great starting point for exploring this part of the country.

These are five states that aren’t often associated with camping holidays, but which really have a lot to give. Now, it’s up to you. Find that perfect spot for you and your family or friends and enjoy. Happy camping!


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