9 Family-Friendly Hiking Trails
By John Rarity
Pack up the family and go for a hike at one of these top-rated campgrounds by Reserve America.
Virginia Beach, Virginia
The site of the first landing of settlers to Virginia, First Landing State Park is a natural oasis within minutes of many tourist attractions.
Pinnacles Campground is located near Pinnacles National Monument, a unique rock formation and the remains of a 23 million year-old volcano.
Conveniently located between Meridian and Jackson, Mississippi, Roosevelt State Park offers an abundance of biking, bird watching, boating and more.
With 1,382 acres comprised of pine flatwoods, Oscar Scherer State Park provides habitat for many rare and endangered plants and animals.
Western Nebraska's premier state park, Fort Robinson, covers 22,000 acres and includes scenic camping as well as the park's own buffalo and longhorn herds.
Myakka River State Park attracts a myriad of wetland creatures, making canoeing, fishing, and wildlife observation popular activities.
Located in the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains, Tishomingo State Park is steeped in history and scenic beauty.
The remnants of this historic pioneer settlement can be found along the majestic Estero River that flows through the park.
Fort Peck, Montana
This popular campground is a big hit among outdoor enthusiast for its 1,500 miles of shoreline along Fort Peck Lake.