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Where Have You Been Camping If Not Here? – U.S. Edition

Camping is a wholesome, fun and exciting activity that simply re-energize your soul and refreshes you! You need to visit these amazing camping spots to have the best experience. Here are the top 5 camping locations in the U.S. you cannot miss!

Shenandoah National Park -‘Beautiful Daughter Of The stars’

Shenandoah National Park is an American national park that comprises parts of the Blue Ridge Mountains, Commonwealth of Virginia. The Skyline Drive, the Appalachian Trail run alongside the park! It’s a forested park with wetlands, waterfalls and rocky peaks (Hawksbill and Old Rag mountains) and whatnot. Not only this, Shenandoah is a home for so many species of birds, deer, squirrels and also black bears. This place is a definite visit because of the backcountry camping vibe that too in an accessible location.

Acadia National Park

Acadia Park, 47,000-acre Atlantic Coast recreation area, is on Maine’s Mount Desert Island. The landscape is discernible by woodland, rocky beaches and glacier-scoured granite peaks (the best ones)! The wildlife here is wild and varied including moose, bear, whales, seabirds, etc. Other popular getaways include Bar Harbour, Carriage Roads, sand beach, thunder hole, bibble rocks what else do you want? The best time to visit Acadia national park is late spring and fall. Don’t miss out!

Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida includes 7 islands and beautiful protected coral reefs. The islands are home to so much variety like Garden Key (sea shores), Loggerhead Key (beacon and ocean turtles), Bush Key (settling site for seabirds) the best time to visit the Dry Tortugas is from November to April. The park is accessible by planes. Dry Tortugas is incredible in its blend of a great tropical, biological system and is a visitor hotspot!

White Mountain National Forest 

White Mountain National Forest lies in the U.S. states of New Hampshire and Maine.  It is also known for its bright fall foliage and winter skiing. With its rugged ranges and majestic slopes, this forest covers about 800,000 acres across the states. Hunting is allowed under the state regulations and state hunting licenses. The wildlife here includes bald eagle, raccoon, beaver, white-tailed deer, moose, black bear, coyote, peregrine falcon, river otter, bobcat, grey foxes, mink and so much more.

The Minnewaska State Park Preserve – Land Of “Good Water”

The Minnewaska State Park Preserve, a 22000 acre preserve, is located on the Shawangunk Ridge in Ulster County. Minnewaska State Park Preserve has three sky lakes, guarded swimming areas during the summer season. The best season to visit here is fall. The parking fee is $10 per car. Generally, there are no additional fees though. The reserve has many waterfalls, three crystalline sky lakes, dense forests, chiseling cliffs and ledges with amazing views, and so much more. There’s so much more you could do here beyond just camping!

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