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Tuesday, September 16, 2008

Top 20 Camping Parks in North America

It is getting difficult to decide on the perfect parks to go camping. Numerous National Forest Service campgrounds are in good locations but are not really attractive. Most standard campsites or caravan parks are not memorable. Whether free or not, it is best to pick a real special camping park.

A lot of good camping parks require early reservations. You may need a short hike to the campsite. Good camping parks have beautiful all around views, a fire ring instead of small pit, and a pit toilet or even a restroom.

The following are very good camping parks in North America:

1. Philip Edward Isl. in Ontario across the border in Canada

2. Marble Canyon in Arizona

3. Cumberland Island in Georgia

4. Allagash Wilderness in Maine

5. Wood-Tikchik in Alaska

6. Squaw Flat camping park, Canyonlands National Park in Utah

7. Flat Tops in Colorado

8. Strawberry Crater Wilderness, near the Sunset Crater Volcano National Monument

9. Bachelor Cove, Lake Roosevelt near The Apache Trail in Arizona

10. High Point in New Jersey

11. White Tank camping park, Joshua Tree National Park in California

12. Channel Islands in California

13. Goosenecks camping park of the San Juan river, Mexican Hat

14. Gooseberry Falls in Minnesota

15. Apua Point in the Hawaiian islands

16. Pipe Springs camping park, Guadalupe Mountains National Park in Texas

17. On the lakeside of Lake Mead at Pearce Ferry in Arizona

18. Rock Hound State Park in New Mexico

19. Cottonwood Campground at Chinle

20. Circus Circus RV and Caravan CampSite, Las Vegas, Nevada.

For a greater adventure on some of the most beautiful countrysides, why not also consider camping in Europe?

Remember, the old world enjoyed camping long before Americans did. France and other countries offer camping holidays. Some even offer bed and breakfast options.

Overall, European officially listed camping parks are broken down in three categories that will fit your wallet and taste. There are luxury parks, moderate camping parks and lastly, basic parks where guests have to bring their own tents.

For luxury, there are companies that maintain camping parks all over Europe. Some have good camping parks all over Italy, Spain, France, Austria, Germany, Luxembourg and Belgium. You can pick those that are off the beaten track in the French Riviera, the Swiss Alps, Tuscany, the Black Forest and Innsbruck.

The leading company is Eurocamp. Many of its sites offer well-appointed accommodations, single- to six-sleeper tents called “caravillas”.

For moderately appointed camping sites and basic bare campgrounds, the abovementioned locations have numerous good camping parks. Check the internet for self-drive camping parks in Europe.

So, hike the comfort and enjoyment level of your outdoor vacation by picking the best camping parks.

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