6 Best Places to Camp This Summer

6 Best Places to Camp This Summer

Summer is almost here, which means it’s time to start planning your summer adventure! Traveling is always a must, and if you’re looking to become one with nature, camping is right up your alley.

Here are Halo’s top six picks for camping this summer:

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

When you think of a trip to Hawaii, you typically think of Piña Coladas with a tropical view. There’s more to Hawaii than that! The Volcanoes National Park has stunning views of active volcanoes, strange rock formations, and unusual flora. There are two drive-in campsites within the national park, and plenty of hiking trails. Aloha!

Olympic National Park

In case you didn’t know, we love Olympic National Park! It’s the perfect set up for camping, and you’ll definitely get the real camping experience since showers are not available in the campgrounds. This is why we prefer glamping.

Grand Canyon National Park

If it’s not already, camping in Grand Canyon National Park should be on your bucket list. Most people visit the South Rim because it’s closer to the interstate and transportation services. But if you’re looking for a more wild and secluded camping experience, we suggest camping at the North Rim. It’s more difficult to get to, but the views are worth it. Camping in the Grand Canyon is very popular during the summertime so we suggest making a reservation.

Glacier National Park

Known as the Crown of the Continent, Glacier National Park delivers on views and good vibes. The park has 13 different campgrounds and approximately 1,009 sites to choose from. Most are first-come-first-serve, but there are some that require a reservation. Wherever you end up, make sure to drive through the Going-to-the-Sun Road – it’s the highlight of the park.

Badlands National Park

If camping in the Badlands is wrong, then we don’t want to be right. With the breathtaking sunrises and sunsets, colorful flowers, bountiful wildlife, and rugged, earthy scenery, you’ll want to set up camp there for life. There are two campgrounds located in the park – Cedar Pass and Sage Creek. With summer approaching, you’ll want to reserve a spot here as soon as possible.

Yellowstone National Park

You’ll want to clear up some space on your phone for all the pictures you’ll be taking if you camp in Yellowstone National Park. The world’s first national park sits atop a volcanic hot spot, which produces colorful hot springs, mudpots, and geysers. Yellowstone offers 12 campgrounds with over 2,000 sites – it’s like this place was made for camping. There are also several backcountry campsites for people who prefer to explore and camp along less-traveled routes.

Where will you be camping this summer? We’d love to see what real camping is like from the comfort of our air-conditioned hotel room – we weren’t kidding about glamping. Comment below with your camping pictures.


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