One of the best things about America is the beautiful nature. So why not go exploring and make your way to one of the country’s best campgrounds? * Set up your tent overlooking canyons that glow red in the sun, or maybe next to a white sandy beach – either way, get ready for a vacation you’ll never forget.
Moab Under Canvas, Utah
Stargazing in Utah is an amazing experience
At this remote desert glamping site guests get uninterrupted views of Utah’s unique sandstone arches from their canvas tent. At night, these deep canyons and vast plateaus glow under the moonlight, giving you the perfect opportunity to go stargazing. Pick a deluxe tent and you’ll have leather sofas, hardwood floors, big king beds, and an outdoor deck where you can hang and enjoy the scenery.
Oceanside Beachfront RV Resort, Oregon
Enjoy an almost private beach at this Oregon campground
Set up your tent at this campground in Charleston and you’ll wake up right next to the beach. Sheltered by a pine-covered cliff on one side, this gorgeous sandy cove is so quiet it’ll feel like your own private beach, with just the occasional local walking their dog. There’s a little truck selling razor clams, crab, and other fresh seafood out front, and white wooden beachfront cottages if you don’t want to deal with the hassle of putting up a tent.
AutoCamp Santa Barbara, California
Retro camping in Santa Barbara
Under the shade of palm trees in sunny Santa Barbara, you can rent yourself an irresistible little slice of old-school Americana. Take your pick from a line of vintage, silver Airstream campers with striped awnings and hardwood decks. It’s so cozy inside you might never want to leave, but there’s space outside for you to fire up the barbecue and enjoy the outdoors.
Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground, California
This Californian RV park is the perfect home base for exploring Los Padres National Forest
This quiet California RV park near the coast is just west of Los Padres National Forest – the perfect place to get back to the outdoors. The fire pit and picnic table are a great setup for making s’mores in the evenings, and the outdoor pool and jacuzzi are another relaxing way to spend your time here. If you want to venture out, vineyards, mountains, and beaches are all close by, and the area is very popular for biking.
Hermit Gulch Campgrounds, California
Enjoy some hiking, biking, and more at Hermit Gulch Campgrounds
This blissful countryside campground is nestled in a clearing in the woods, just a few-minutes’ drive from the Avalon beaches. If you’re looking for some R&R, this is the perfect setting. But when you’re ready to experience more of the area, there are plenty of activities available – tennis, biking, snorkeling, fishing, or go for a beautiful hike up the mountains that make up the campground’s backdrop.
**Selected according to Booking.com traveler reviews.