7. Shenandoah National Park
Located in Virginia, this beautiful park has over 500 miles of trails all throughout the mountains. Hikers can choose their route to visit waterfalls and jaw-dropping viewpoints that make the tough hike well worth the work. The park is open all year long, but does close during bad weather and deer hunting season to keep visitors safe. Just 75 miles outside of the nation’s capital, this is a very popular destination.
8. Denali National Park
Boasting over two million -yes, you read that right- acres of Alaskan wilderness, Denali Mount McKinley, which is North America’s tallest peak. The mountain offers great trails for experienced hikers, though for those who consider themselves to be beginners, there are plenty of options all throughout the massive park.
There are six large and established campgrounds on site for those who wish to camp out in the beautiful Alaskan wilderness.
9. Great Smoky Mountains National Park
Located in Tennessee, Great Smoky Mountains National Park is America’s most-visited national park. All of its campsites are equipped with running water and toilets, a blessing for campers. The park is home to a number of historic log structures, which most visitors plan their hikes around. The park is open all year, though some sites and facilities close in the winter.
10. Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park, located in Maine, offers a unique camping experience in the dense wilderness. There are two established campgrounds and miles of trails for hiking. Visitors can hike to the top of Cadillac Mountain, the highest point along the east coast, and be the first to witness the sunrise in the U.S.
While there are countless beautiful spots to camp out all throughout the United States, these have been the top ten campgrounds, sure to please campers of all ages.