The United States with a lot of great places to get in with nature – and camping is the perfect way to connect with nature, such as sleeping on the ground outdoors. watching the night sky, picking up the hill on a hill that will bring you to the natural world.
Let’s take a quick look at the places you have listed in this list or not.
1. Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park in Jacksonville, Florida
Kathryn Abbey Hanna Park is famous for its beautiful campgrounds, white sand beaches and plenty of trails to explore.
2. Dreher Island State Park in Prosperity, South Carolina
This campsite is located on the shores of Lake Murray, which offers stunning views and plenty of lake activities such as canoeing, swimming or kayaking.
3. San Clemente State Park in San Clemente, California
A short distance from the campsite, you can reach San Clemente’s one-mile shoreline.
4. State Park in Ludington, Michigan
Ludington National Park is located on the shores of scenic Lake Michigan and Lake Hamlin. It is also one of the most beautiful lighthouses in the world, Big Sable Point Light.
5. Neskowin State Beach in Cloverdale, Oregon
Neskowin National Park has beautiful entrances, several hiking trails for exploring, as well as canoeing and kayaking on Nestucca Bay.
6. Myrtle Beach Tourist Park, South Carolina
Myrtle Beach Tourist Park is located right on the sunny shores of South Carolina’s Myrtle Beach, but it also has facilities such as an indoor heated swimming pool, an outdoor pool and a lazy river.
7. Joe Joe, Loyd Park in Grand Prairie, Texas
This campground is located right on Lake Joe, where there is clear sea water, suitable for kayaking and canoeing. You will admire the beautiful waves behind the boat and canoe while moving on the calm water surface.
8. Hickory Run State Park in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania
Hickory Run State Park has over 40 miles of walking trails and is known for its giant rocky field and gorgeous Hawk Falls.
9. Ocean Lakes Family Campground in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina
The Ocean Lakes Family Campground features a pristine stretch of beach about one mile long.
10. Cooper Lake Campground in Rock Slippery, Pennsylvania
As its name suggests, Lake Cooper Campground features a 10-acre lake, beautiful lake surrounded by 450 acres of land.
11. El Cosmico in Marfa, Texas
El Cosmico is a 21-acre tourist hotel with campgrounds in Marfa, Texas. Guests can choose for overnight accommodation in the Sioux Indian huts.
In Marfa, Texas, there are dozens of art galleries and installations, including the famed Chinati museum, spanning over 340 acres and the “Prada Marfa” shop that is always packed with Prada brands. popular.
12. Gifford Pinchot State Park in Wellsville, Pennsylvania
Gifford Pinchot Park’s main attraction is the 340-acre Pinchot Lake. The campground is located on a lovely lakeside trail and is about 18 miles long with hilly terrain trails with lots of trees.
13. Assateague National Island Seashore Entrance Station in Berlin, Maryland
This wonderful Atlantic Ocean beach camping site is also known for wild horses wandering through the park. Although not riding on these wild horses, you can try riding on horses that have been trained and tame at the campsite.
14. Cape Lookout State Park in Tillamook, Oregon
The path to the campsite is beautiful, the only way to get there is through the Wilson River, across beautiful waterfalls and landscapes. Once you arrive, the beautiful scenery here will impress you, the eight-mile white sand beach and the trails for hiking through a dense forest will truly surprise you.
15. Donner Memorial State Park in Truckee, California
Situated in California’s beautiful Sierra Nevada Valley, Donner Memorial National Park is home to many activities such as camping, picnicking, boating, fishing, water skiing and hiking. In the winter, you can also ski and hike in the snow on trails.