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Campspot Awards Today (Jan. 25) marks the launch of the second annual Campspot Awards, in recognition of those campgrounds across North America that are leading the way when it comes to top-notch destination escapes, camper experiences, unique offerings and more. This year’s program brings with it some exciting new category additions, a “Best in America” giveaway and a chance for campers across the country to weigh in on the results, according to a release.

To kick off its awards season, beginning today, Campspot is asking Americans to help determine which ten campgrounds are the best of the best across the United States. After evaluating bookings, reviews and internal data to create the shortlist of nominees, Campspot is leaving it up to consumers to cast their vote for the ten Best Campgrounds in America which will automatically enter them to win a visit to all ten of the winning campgrounds in 2023.

The contest is now open and voting will conclude on Feb. 10.

In addition to the top ten U.S. campgrounds selected by campers, the 2023 Campspot Award winners in all twelve categories will be announced on Feb. 28 featuring several new categories, including:

  • Top RV Campgrounds
  • Top Tent Campgrounds
  • Top Glamping Campgrounds
  • Top Campgrounds for Families
  • Top Campgrounds for Couples
  • Top Campgrounds for National Park Lovers
  • Top Campgrounds for Weekenders
  • Top Campgrounds for Last-Minute Campers
  • Top Campgrounds for Pet Lovers
  • Top Campgrounds for 55+ Adventurers

“With more than half of campers wishing to go camping more often, and 47% of Millennials and Gen Z eager to take an RV trip in 2023, the Campspot Awards make it convenient for camping enthusiasts to discover new parks and add fresh destinations to their outdoor bucket lists,” states the release. “Even more, Campspot makes it easy to browse, save and book all in one place from real-time availability, with access to the largest inventory of private campgrounds and more than 180,000 campsites, RV parks, cabins and more.”