4 Incredible Camping Locations To Visit This Summer!

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This summer if you are looking for an escape, where you can get back to the wilderness or relax with family and friends around a campfire, then these incredible camping locations might be the perfect spot for you!

  1. Denali National Park, Alaska


Camping is all about feeling one with the nature, surviving in a habitat that does not belong to humans and enjoying life in a natural surrounding. Denali National Park is a perfect place to achieve this. If you want to visit a remote location, where the melted glaciers in the summers freshen up the air and you can enjoy a vast array of wildlife, then this park in Alaska is the choice for you.

  1. Yosemite National Park, California


Soaring mountains and crashing waterfalls; these are just some of the awe inspiring things you will see when you visit Yosemite National Park. Although fall and spring are also good seasons to visit this park, it is in the summer when the park truly comes to life.

  1. Adirondack Mountains, New York


The Adirondack Mountains is the largest protected area in the contiguous United States, the Adirondack Mountains has more than 2,000 miles of hiking trails, over 3,000 lakes and ponds, and 1,200 miles of rivers. If you are planning to get away for a few days, then there's plenty to explore in the Adirondack Mountains.

  1. Anini Beach County Park, Hawaii


If forests and mountains isn't what you're looking for then maybe you need to head to the beach for some sun, sand and salt water! Anini Beach is located on the North Shore of the Hawaiian island of Kauai. It is protected by Hawaii's largest reef, so the tranquil water is protected from large swells all year round, which makes it great for snorkeling and other water based activities. The beautiful beach is great for picnics and you can set up camp nearby.

So pack your gear its time to check out one of these great locations! 

Let us know your favorite summer camping spot in the comments below!

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