8 Summer Campgrounds

8 Summer Campgrounds

With camping season upon us, you might be looking to spread your wings this summer and experience a change of scenery in the outdoors. Whether you want a fishing trip with the boys or a beach weekend with the family, here are some fine campgrounds to satisfy your outdoor urges.

Hot Springs National Park KOA

Arkansas

You'll enjoy a relaxing soak in the thermal hot springs after all the activities this place has to offer. From a horserace track to crystal and diamond hunting to historic tours and museums, your days will stay full. Read More

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Delaware Seashore State Park

Delaware

Plopped right between the Atlantic Ocean and Rehoboth and Indian River Bays, there's no shortage of shoreline here. Besides sifting the sand through your toes, take advantage of some tours and educational programs. Read More

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Black Hawk State Park

Iowa

Thank the Depression-era Civilian Conservation Corps (CCC) for these shelters and cabins around the southernmost glacial lake in the United States. The 33-mile Sauk Rail Trail starts in one State Park and ends in another. Read More

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East Bearskin Lake Campground

Minnesota

Prepare your lungs to breath fresh outdoor air from the forest of pines, balsam, spruce, birch and aspens engulfing this area. If you forget any supplies for the historic Gunflint trail, the nearby Bearksin Lodge will have all the necessities. Read More

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Saco / Old Orchard Beach KOA

Maine

Small towns in Maine are such quaint little getaways in the summer. Whether you enjoy visiting lighthouses, walking around the harbors, or whale watching, this campground puts you within range of everything. Plus, they make you waffles! Read More

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Hinton / Jasper KOA

Alberta, Canada

A wide open view of the Canadian Rockies, an aerial tramway 3,281 feet to the summit of Whistlers Mountain and hundreds of miles of hiking trails leading to majestic places are just some highlights of this peaceful place. Read More

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Lewis and Clark SRA

Nebraska

Enjoy Nebraska's second largest lake while camping along the same banks as Louis and Clarke did in their exploration of the Louisiana purchase. Of course, you might be a little more comfortable in these modern cabins, fully loaded with household amenities. Read More

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Bismarck KOA

North Dakota

There are plenty of historical sites to see in this area. Tour General Custer's home, learn how Native Americans survived brutal winters at the Lewis & Clark Interpretive Center, and visit the Knife River Indian Villages. You'll feel like a pioneer in no time. Read More

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