Mulling on Camping Out? Pick Some of the Best National Parks




The U.S. has some fantastic parks that are apt for camping. They teem with wild life and are perfect for days out. Some of them are geological wonders. Camp sites at these parks are pretty well developed.


The best national parks for camping in USA are the Glacier, Great Smoky Mountains, Canyon, Yosemite and Yellowstone. The Glacier National Park is a paradise for campers. It is well known for the camping opportunities it presents, the adventures and its natural beauty. It has a fantastic glacier carved terrain. The trails stretch to a total of more than 700 miles. The campers can hike through alpine meadows and pristine wilderness. This national park also encloses more than one million acres of forests. There are 1,000 campsites spread over 13 campgrounds.


No camper should miss the Arizona’s Grand Canyon National Park. The Grand Canyon is 4,000 feet deep on an average and stretches for 277 miles. At the widest point it is 15 miles across. This park is truly a geological wonder that is nearly 2 million years old. Besides this, the park boasts of several hundred bird, plant and animal species. The park has two campgrounds.


One of the most diverse parks of the nation is the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It has several unique natural resources. It is situated in the Southern Appalachian Mountains spread over 800 square miles. Biological diversity is staggering and is unparalleled among the other national parks of the nation. Living species account to more than several thousands. More than 1,500 bears also call this park home. There are 10 fully developed campgrounds in this park.


Yellow Stone- The King of the Pack

Yellow Stone is undoubtedly the best national park in the U.S.A. It is simply teeming with geology, nature and wildlife. The most famous aspect is its world famous geothermal springs. This park boasts the world’s best collection of hot springs, geysers, fumaroles and mud pots. More than 300 geysers alone are present. Campers can enjoy camping, hiking, fishing and can soak in the sights and sounds this park has to offer. There are more than 2,000 campsites on offer.


Yosemite is known for its granite walls and waterfalls and spreads over 1,200 square miles. The biggest falls among these, the Yosemite, is the seventh largest waterfall in the world. There is also El Capitan, a well known granite wall. There are two scenic wild rivers, the Merced and Tuolumne. Half Dome is a very famous hiking and climbing destination. The park has 800 miles of trails with 282 miles of road. There are a total of thirteen campgrounds in the park.