GoCampingAmerica.com, run by the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds (ARVC) and one of the largest privately owned campground online databases, recently listed 10 of its favorite campgrounds where you can pitch a tent, enjoy the outdoors, and still get all the amenities a campground has to offer.
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The Bar Harbor Camping Resorts – Narrows Too is just a short walk from Acadia National Forest where you can explore some truly amazing hiking trails.
Country Bumpkins Campground and Cabins is near the middle of White Mountain National Forest.
Just a short drive from both Adirondack Park Preserve in New York and Green Mountain National Forest in Vermont, Lake Lauderdale Campground is a great place to stake down your tent.
A hideaway resor located just five miles from the west gate of Yosemite National Park, Yosemite Lakes RV Resort sits on one of the most majestic natural settings in the country with plenty of woods, water and mountains to explore right outside your campsite.
Rural America at its finest, John Wayne’s Waterfront Resort is located in the famous dry belt of Sequim,, near the northeast entrance of the Olympic National Park and is nestled between the majestic Olympic Mountains and the placid waters of Sequim Bay.
The Zion River Resort is a green valley oasis, huddled beside the Virgin River and surrounded by painted mountains.
Taos Monte Bello RV Park is located on five acres of beautiful, open space and sits on the high-desert mesa at the foot of the Sangre de Cristo Mountains.
Campfire Lodgings is located on a mountain ridge and has some unbelievable views.
Nestled at the foot of Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains, Heavenly Acres Campground features 80 acres of woods with wooded, generous tent sites.
Situated in a small valley surrounded by mountains, Misty River Cabins RV Resort is a great tent camping location with nearby destination points that include Pigeon Forge, Cades Cove, and Great Smoky Mountains National Park.