Celebrate National Camping Month at a National Park

Jun 19, 2014


General Tire, Xoverland, Grabber, Offroad, Camping, Wilderness, Terrain

 June is National Camping Month and with 58 national parks peppered across the U.S., it’s hard to whittle that list down to the 10 best but that’s what USA Today tried to do. In their “10 best national parks for camping” list, USA Today identifies some of America’s gems. From the jagged coastline of Acadia National Park to the glacier capped mountains of Olympic National Park, and everywhere in between, there’s something for every explorer on this list.

 Maybe you’re looking to backpack across rugged terrain with the bare necessities. Or for a simple, old school camp site to make s’mores. Or maybe you are the type of camper that needs a location robust with amenities. No matter your choice, the U.S. is flooded with brilliant sunsets, majestic vistas and serene coastlines that can serve as a weekend getaway or a week-long vacation.  And there are plenty of roads to get you there.  Anywhere IS possible!

 Read the full article at USA Today.


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