The Top North American Camp Sites to Chill out




Camping sites are plenty in the vast North American region. A host of outdoor activities like hiking and sightseeing can be indulged in. Many are set in beautiful natural surroundings. Choose sites that offer decent accommodation options. Depending on one’s liking for outdoor activities, one can choose the site.


The vast lands of North America have spawned quite a few best camping sites. In fact there are so many of them that one will be spoiled for choice.


Ocean Pond Campground in Olustee, Florida is a great one. It has 67 campsites which are well maintained; a great location with great fishing potential. The campground host and the rangers are reported as very nice and hot showers and clean bathrooms are offered.


Another great camping site is the Ossinecke State Forest Campgrounds in Ossinecke, Michigan. There are a total of 42 sites out here by the side of Lake Huron. The campgrounds are rustic with vault toilets and water from hand pumps. Many love the crystal clear waters and the beach.


Loon Lake Lodge in Reedsport, Oregon is another great camping site with a pleasant climate. There are facilities for fishing, a store, a restaurant, an RV park, lake views and facility for beach camping is available. Canoes, kayaks and wave runners available are the favorite for many.


Fort Mountain State Park in Chatsworth, Georgia offers wooden campsites with several trails for mountain biking, horse riding and hiking. The trails are particularly to the liking of mountain bikers and horseback riders. There is a miniature golf course for kids.


Four Oaks Lodging and RV Resort in Four Oaks, North Carolina offers a home like atmosphere. They offer economical prices. You get free breakfast with Wi-Fi connection that is great on connectivity. Almost all visitors have voted this site as a total surprise and say this is one of the best.


Anglers Need not Look Any Further

Double Lake Recreation area in Cleveland, Texas is an angler’s delight with the lake teeming with bream, catfish and bass. This 23 acre lake can be traversed by boats with small electric motors. It also has an eight mile bike ride through some beautiful hiking trails.


Hermit Island Campground in Phippsburg, Maine has a unique sense of ruggedness to it. One can indulge in a staggering variety of outdoor activities like picnicking, fishing, boating, swimming, biking and hiking. There are six white sand beaches in this campground.


Check out the White Mountain National Forest in Campton, New Hampshire. The forest itself is a delight and is open in the winter. The views from hill tops are simply stunning. More than a hundred waterfalls dot this area.


Natural Bridge in Kentucky is perfect for family outings. Red River Gorge nearby is worth exploring and tons of activities can be done. It also offers Wi-Fi access.


White Rock in Mulberry, Arkansas is a fantastic camping site. The Boston mountain range of the Ozarks presents stunning vistas. Hiking, biking and wildlife watching can be enjoyed.