A lot of people really love to spend time in the great outdoors. Getting in touch with nature can be really fun  - whether it's going for a jog, hiking, having a picnic in the park, or even going camping. Even though staying in a hotel or even an Airbnb while on vacation can be fun, going out and staying in a tent or RV and just enjoying the scenery can also be super enjoyable.

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There are a lot of different places around the world where outdoors enthusiasts can go camping. It's a fun way to experience nature and get away for a little while, but deciding where to camp can be difficult. There are just so many good options! To see 10 of the best places to go camping across America, keep reading!

10 Big Bend National Park

Big Bend National Park is located in Texas. There are multiple different campgrounds located in the Big Bend National Park area that are all run by the park, which allow visitors to stay there with an RV or in their tent. Visitors can also camp in a variety of campgrounds near the park if the park's own grounds are filled up.

Big Bend National Park is among the most visited tourist destinations in Texas, and for good reason. It's a lot of fun to see everything that this massive desert has to offer. From animals to wild plants and rustic hikes, there's a lot to see in Big Bend National Park. Although going for just a day is always good, camping out is even better.

9 Sawtooth National Forest

Sawtooth National Forest is located in Idaho and Utah. It's a large forest that spans between these two states and is a popular destination for people that want to hike this rocky terrain. There are a lot of paths in the Sawtooth Forest that haven't been cleared out super well, meaning that it's perfect for more experienced hikers that really want a challenge.

There are also a lot of different spots for visitors to Sawtooth Forest to camp out. Dispersed camping, the phrase used for camping outside of a designated campground, is allowed in many parts of the Sawtooth Forest, but there are also campgrounds and cabins that visitors can take advantage of.

8 Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park is located in Oregon and is a really popular natural attraction on the west coast. It's not hard to see why so many people come to Oregon to visit Crater Lake National Park either. It's the deepest lake in the country and has a bright, mesmerizing blue color.

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There are cliffs all around the park that drain melted snow and rainwater into the lake. Even though Crater Lake National Park is named after this lake, there's a lot to see at this national park, like ancient trees and a ton of wild animals. There are two campgrounds located in the park, but visitors can park outside at other sites as well.

7 Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is located in the beautiful state of Maine and is one of the most popular national parks in America, with millions of people visiting the park each year. It's a fun way for visitors to experience the natural beauty of Maine while seeing some of the historic parts of the park.

Because there are so many visitors coming to Acadia National Park all the time, there are multiple different campgrounds at the park for visitors to stay in. Along with the campgrounds run by the NPS, there are some private campgrounds that also take visitors in the area.

6 Glacier National Park

Glacier National Park is located in Montana and is definitely a popular destination for lovers of the outdoors. Montana is a large and beautiful state with a lot to do if you're someone that likes to be out in nature, but visiting Glacier National Park is one of the highlights for many visitors.

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Glacier National Park is a great place to go hiking, fishing, walk across Going-to-the-Sun Road, or even go skiing in the wintertime, but if you're planning to take a multi-day trip to Glacier National Park, it's definitely a good idea to camp there. Backcountry camping is a popular thing to do in Glacier National Park and lets visitors take advantage of the miles of open nature.

5 Dry Tortugas National Park

Dry Tortguas National Park is a really interesting tourist destination located in Florida. Although many other parks around the U.S. are forests and lakes, Dry Tortugas National Park is the home of a fort from the 19th century. This historic destination is a really unique one and something that any history buff, lover of camping, or just fan of traveling has to see.

Visitors can swim in the ocean, go snorkeling, get up close and personal with the ocean life, and even take a self-guided tour of Fort Jefferson. Because there's so much to do at Dry Tortugas National Park, it's hard to just stay one day. That's why camping out here, right by the beach, is a perfect idea.

4 Arches National Park

Arches National Park is located in Utah and is a really unique part of the United States. Arches National Park is home to a massive red rock desert with thousands of naturally-formed stone arches that are scattered all across the park. Large boulders are stacked into arches and towers in a way that a visitor really has to hike around the park and see to believe.

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There are hotels near Arches National Park in Moab, Utah for visitors that want to stay here. If you're looking to get more in touch with nature, you can also reserve a spot at the campground in the parks. They're full during the summer season, so make sure to make reservations before you leave for your trip.

3 Grand Teton National Park

Grand Teton National Park is located near Moose, Wyoming. Wyoming is a pretty large state with a relatively low population. Even though Wyoming isn't exactly the home to a lot of bustling cities like Los Angeles, Chicago, or New York City, there's still a lot for nature lovers to do in Wyoming.

Visiting Grand Teton National Park is a perfect option for a nature lover that wants to go somewhere different and take a trip to Wyoming. There are a lot of outdoor activities and Grand Teton National Park is located near other tourist attractions, like Yellowstone National Park. For a true nature lover, though, camping out in one of Grand Teton National Park's five campgrounds is a must.

2 Shenandoah National Park

Shenandoah National Park is located in the mountains of Virginia and is a favorite destination of many nature lovers that want to get away for awhile. This park is located on Skyline Drive, a winding road that can be dangerous to drive sometimes, but is definitely worth taking a cruise on.

Shenandoah National Park has a lot of historic and nature-based exhibits throughout the park to help visitors learn about the history of the area while they're enjoying their time in the park. Along with the exhibits, the park is a wonderful place to experience nature and see all the wildlife, plants, and natural wonders of the park. The park has four campgrounds for visitors to call home while visiting Shenandoah National Park.

1 Badlands National Park

Badlands National Park is located in South Dakota and is a really unique landscape that nature lovers just have to make a trip to South Dakota to be able to see, up close and in-person. There's a lot to do in Badlands National Park, from hiking and exploring the countryside to visiting the lab where fossils are processed after being unearthed.

Because there's so much to do at Badlands National Park and so much to see, a lot of people choose to camp there. Whether it's at one of the two campgrounds located in the park or you decide to try out backcountry camping by pitching a tent in the middle of the park, it's definitely a unique experience.

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