GoCampingAmerica.com | Posted August
    1st, 2014


    Pitch Your Next Tent at These Favorite
    Camping Locations


    Happy Camper Blog



    Tent CampingTent camping
    is one of the most popular ways to enjoy the outdoors. You can easily fit your
    essentials in your car, it doesn’t cost much, and you can experience some of
    the best the outdoors has to offer with little effort.

    are some of our favorite campgrounds where you can pitch a tent, enjoy the
    outdoors, and still get all the amenities a campground has to


    Have an experience you can
    rarely get by claiming an oceanfront campsite at Bar
    Harbor Camping Resorts – Narrows Too
    . This
    campground is just a short walk from Acadia National Forest where you can
    explore some truly amazing hiking trails. Whale watching, lighthouse tours,
    canoeing, kayaking, road biking, and discovering quaint East Coast towns are
    also great options available to campers.


    Bumpkins Campground and Cabins
    is located near
    Lincoln, which is in the middle of White Mountain National Forest. The
    campground features tent camping sites that sit right along to the
    Pemigewasset River, allowing guests to wade in the river or enjoy some
    fishing. If hiking the national forest is in your itinerary then be prepared
    with rain or wind gear as the mountain weather is often unpredictable even if
    a sunny day is forecasted.


    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. The spacious campground offers privacy among its many pine trees
    and each site is equipped with a fire pit and a picnic table. The campground
    hosts more than 40 weekend events throughout the year, so it’s a good chance
    you’ll be able to catch some entertainment or freshly prepared meals during
    your stay.


    A hideaway resort
    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. With 130 tent sites to choose from,
    you’ll be able to find a spot that’s just right. Another perk: the south fork
    of the Tuolumne River runs right through the preserve and is ideal for
    swimming, fishing and panning for


    The Zion
    River Resort
    is a green valley oasis, huddled beside
    the Virgin River and surrounded by painted mountains. From the resort, you
    can take day trips to Zion National Park, Bryce Canyon National Park, Grand
    Canyon North Rim, Cedar Breaks National Monument and many other of the
    southwest’s most popular destinations. Amenities include a pet-friendly
    environment, free Wi-Fi to help plan your outings or catch up with the real
    world, and, of course, clean bathrooms and shower facilities.


    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. It’s a great place to pitch a tent and then head
    out and explore the spectacular natural environment or discover the quaint
    town of Taos.

    North Carolina

    is located on a mountain ridge and has some
    unbelievable views. Its tent sites are located in a natural wooded setting,
    so you’ll have a full camping experience but still have access to amenities.
    The campground likes to quip, “There is no video game room, but there
    are lots of wildflowers and berry brambles.” If you’re looking to get
    away, this is a perfect


    Nestled at the
    foot of the Blue Ridge Mountains,
    Heavenly Acres
    features 80 acres of Virginia woods with
    wooded, generous tent sites. The beautiful Skyline Drive is only fifteen
    minutes away along with the Shenandoah National Park, Jefferson’s Monticello,
    numerous antique stores, vineyards, caverns, historical sites and


    River Cabins RV Resort
    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, The Great Smoky Mountain National Park, Tuckaleechee Caverns, The Tail
    of the Dragon, and much more. If you don’t feel like exploring, you can take
    advantage of the swimming pool or river frontage that’s located on the


    somewhere else? See all of our campgrounds with tent sites available on our
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