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Camping is an adventurous way to see the country, create memories, and explore new destinations. As such, many campers have a bucket list of all the locations they’d like to visit someday. Best of all, camping gets you (and your family) out into the great outdoors. What could be more fun?

Below is a list of the top camping sites in the United States. Hopefully, this will inspire your next camping trip or add to your camping bucket list. Either way, enjoy and get ready to create those memories.

Multiple Campgrounds in Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park is in Maine, with over fifty thousand acres of mountains, forests, and more. There’s also a stunning ocean view or two, so you don’t want to miss out on this destination! Potential campgrounds to visit include Blackwoods Campground, Seawell Campground, Duck Harbor Campground, and Schoodic Woods Campground.

Kirk Creek Campground, Big Sur, California

If you’ve ever dreamed of waking up to see a perfect sunrise, you have to spend a night at Kirk Creek Campground. The sunrises are unforgettable, and the water is just as stunning. Nearby, one will find trails through the Redwoods and more. If Kirk Creek Campground isn’t for you, there are dozens of other campgrounds worth considering.

Ludington State Park, Michigan

State Parks make for some of the best campgrounds around. For example, Ludington State Park offers swimming, kayak rentals, hiking trails, and more. This is the place to visit if you’re looking for an all-around outdoor adventure. It’s perfect for family and nature lovers of all ages.

Arches National Park, Utah

Next up on the list is Arches National Park in Utah. National Parks are destinations to consider whenever trying to find the ideal camping spot. Arches National Park has several (fifty-one) campgrounds to check out, including Devils Garden Campground. Those looking for lovely sights and hiking trails must add this location to their bucket list.

Hancock Campground, New Hampshire

New Hampshire is an iconic camping and hiking destination for many travelers. As such, there are plenty of choices to pick from, including Hancock Campground. Hancock Campground offers over twenty walking sites along the Pemigewasset River and opportunities for exploring White Mountain. In other words, it’s the perfect place to visit.