Camping is a terrific way to connect with nature and stay somewhere for far less than the cost of a hotel. Every state in the U.S. offers campgrounds of all sizes and amenities. There are those catering to big-rig RVs with full hookups, while others are tucked away down a dirt road ideal for pitching a tent away from the crowds. Prices vary too, from free all the way up to over a hundred bucks a night depending on the real estate and facilities.
While the summers are scorching, fall and winter visitors to Tucson can appreciate the desert’s cooler temperatures. The best campgrounds nearby tend to be in the national forest and state park land, where visitors can enjoy the desert sunrises, though the city has several conveniently located RV resorts. As the second largest city in Arizona, …
Camping by State
Whatever camping experience you’re looking for, be it the high mountains of Colorado and North Carolina, or the beaches of California and Florida, America’s got it. If you’re looking to stare up at the stars at night, consider getting far away from the city lights, the higher in elevation the better. Even if you’re without your own gear, you can likely rent a tent, RV, or travel trailer nearby to most cities.