The United States of America is one of the American countries with the greatest diversity of landscapes and fauna. Due largely to its great territorial extension that ranges from the coasts of the Atlantic Sea to the Pacific Sea and from the Great Lakes on the border with Canada, to the Rio Grande on the border with Mexico, with several southern states with coasts on the Gulf of Mexico.
Throughout its entire geography there are innumerable places to camp if you prefer this type of jungle adventure, sleep under the stars and sunrise in the open air. The same on the shore of a lake or a river, in a dense forest or in the arid desert lands of Arizona.
Places to camp in United States
Where to camp in the United States? There are countless places, but perhaps the best known for their relevance are:
Eldorado National Forest
- Yogi bear’s Jellystone Park
- Custer State Park
- Kodachrome Basin State Park
- Fall Creek Falls
- Coconino National Forest
- Glacier Bay National Park
- Camp Olowalu