4. Carson National Forest
Located in New Mexico, most visitors to this park are surprised at the lush wilderness in Carson National Forest. A common misconception is that New Mexico is all desert, and this location is proof that this is not true. In fact, there is enough snow in the winter for campers to enjoy activities such as skiing, snowboarding, and snowmobiling, making it a popular destination all year round.
5. Peninsula State Park
This campground in Wisconsin is a little less nature based, offering volleyball courts, golf courses, and some electric sites, though it still offers a great escape to the great outdoors. The park is open all year long and is a very popular destination, as it is located along Green Bay, making it a great spot for boating and fishing.
6. Everglades National Park
This large national park is located in Florida and is open all year round. With access to Florida’s famous Everglades, campers can enjoy boating, fishing, canoeing, and kayaking, though they are warned to keep an eye out for wildlife. Guided tours are offered to further explore the beautiful park for those who wish to learn more about it, and there are miles of hiking trails.