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During a road trip across the U.S., you’ll be able to spot beautiful sights from coast to coast. You might also be wondering where to camp near you. There are so many great camping locations that you can enjoy during a weekend getaway. The beautiful mountains, clear streams, and fresh air can be enjoyed during a camping trip.

There are plenty of places to camp in the U.S., and you can enjoy a wide range of activities such as fishing, swimming, and hiking. From the snowy forests of Maine to the lakes of Alaska, there’s something for everyone to do. Check out some of the best country campsites, and bring your camera.

Acadia National Park, Maine

The national park located on Mount Desert Island is known for its beautiful scenery. It features over 17 million acres of forest, over 6,000 lakes, and over 32,000 miles of streams and rivers. There are three campsites in the park, and they’re close to Bar Harbor, Seawall, and Schoodic Woods.

Assateague State Park, Assateague Island, Maryland

Situated on a beautiful island in the Chesapeake Bay, Assateague Island has plenty of activities to keep everyone entertained, such as swimming, surfing, kayaking, and crabbing. There are also plenty of campsites that are close to the beach. If you’re looking for a warm shower, head to the state park’s campground. In addition, lock your food and drink containers away from the horses roaming the area.

Ludington State Park, Michigan

If you’re looking for a place where you can spend some time with your family, or if you’re planning on traveling with a group of people with varying tastes, then Ludington is a great choice. There are plenty of activities, such as swimming in the lakes of Hamlin and Michigan, beach walks, kayaking, and sand dunes. The campground offers both seasonal and year-round accommodations.

Sierra Vista, New Mexico

Situated in the heart of New Mexico’s Organ Mountains, the campground at Sierra Vista is known for its beautiful views. This facility is also conveniently located near Las Cruces. This campground offers a variety of natural beauty and is one of the top-rated in the country.

Although Sierra Vista is a free campground, it has some of the comforts found at paid campsites, such as nightly check-ins and noise restrictions. If you’re tired of watching the view from your site, you can head over to White Sands National Park, which is only a short drive away. 

Biscayne Park, Florida Key, Florida

Located in Florida’s Miami-Dade County, the park known as Biscayne National Park is filled with wildlife, such as birds and amphibians roaming the area. It also has campsites on islands, such as Elliott Key and the aptly named “Boca Chita Key.” You’ll need to bring water and a toilet; showers will wait until you get home.