National Camping Week has been celebrated every year in the month of June since the 1970s. The month aims to increase participation in outdoor activities, especially among the youth. People are encouraged to join camps or go camping with their loved ones. Below is a list of the best parks known for camping grounds.
Top 5 Parks
Yellowstone National Park- The park is indeed extraordinary: as you hike its 3,000-plus square miles of mountains, canyons, geysers, and waterfalls, you will surely meet buffalo, elk, and sometimes even grizzlies on your way. Not only is it very unique, but Yellowstone also offers thousands of miles of untouched land from the northwest corner of Wyoming to the edges of Idaho and Montana.
Yosemite National Park- Yosemite National Park is an area of extraordinary natural beauty in the center of California. It has abundant flora and fauna in addition to majestic mountains, giant trees, vast valleys and peaceful lakes. Every year, millions of travelers visit the park, which stretches across 747,956 acres (302,687 hectares).
Zion National Park-Founded in 1919, Zion National Park is the oldest of Utah's "Mighty Five" national parks. From stunning red rock formations to picturesque river valleys, and canyons, the sights and landscapes at Zion are packed to the brim with breathtaking views.
Grand Teton National Park-Rising above a scene rich with extraordinary wildlife, pristine lakes, and alpine terrain, the Teton Range stands as a monument to the people who fought to protect it. These are mountains of the imagination. Mountains that led to the creation of Grand Teton National Park where you can explore over two hundred miles of trails, float the Snake River, and enjoy the serenity of this remarkable place.Biscayne National Park/Dry Tortugas National Park-Dry Tortugas National Park is sited nearly 70 miles west of Key West, accessible only by boat – there are regular ferry runs – or seaplane. Peter W. Cross