Camping in the United States
Are you wondering where you can camp in the United States? If you've hired an RV, you will find that the country has a large number of RV parks, particularly centered around tourist sites. You'll have a few choices of where to camp, depending on what sort of facilities you require. Note that there are generally rules prohibiting you from camping along the roadside around cities and towns.
You'll have plenty of choices of RV parks in the United States. If you are not driving a vehicle with bathroom and kitchen facilities, staying at an RV park is a good idea as the parks often provide these facilities. Here is a list of some convenient RV parks located at major tourist sites across the country.
- For the Grand Canyon: Trailer Village RV Park, 100 Trailer Village Rd, Grand Canyon Village, Arizona
- For Yosemite: Yosemite Lakes RV Resort, 31191 Hardin Flat Rd, Groveland, California
- For the Florida Keys: Bluewater Key RV Resort, 2950 Overseas Hwy, Key West, Florida
- For Acadia National Park: Timberland Acres RV Park, 57 Bar Harbor Rd, Trenton, Maine
National park campgrounds
If you're planning on visiting one of the many beautiful national parks in the United States, you'll find they often have camping areas. You should note that these are generally not powered sites, but still provide bathroom facilities and picnic areas.
- Arches National Park, Utah: Devils Garden Campground
- Denali National Park, Alaska: Savage River Campground
- Haleakala National Park, Hawaii: Hosmer Grove Campground
- Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming: Signal Mountain Campground