It's time to emerge from your hibernation and head outdoors for some spring camping. If you've got an itch to experience the sounds and sights of nature, here are some great places to scratch it.
Named after Chief Tishomingo of the Chickasaw nation, these woods boast as much scenic beauty as they do rich history. Experience the allure of Mississippi wildflowers, rock formations and ferns while the air is still nice and cool. Read MoreCamp at Tishomingo State Park
If you really want to experience some beautiful scenery this spring, ferry on over to the Channel Islands for white sand beaches, coastal lagoons, and 54,000 acres of backcountry beach camping. You'll be sure to see a lot more exotic birds than people. Read MoreCamp on Santa Rosa Island
When you're not hiking up the rugged hills of this vast mountain terrain, be prepared to get wet! The nearby Potomac River is a paradise for water sports and trout fishing. Get there early in the season before the bugs do. Read MoreCamp at Robert W Craig campground
This 18-acre mountain pond is situated among valleys and ridges formed by tectonic plate movement billions of years ago. Kick off your freshwater fishing season with this area's diverse population of catfish, trout, perch, brim and bass. Read MoreCamp at Lake Winfield Scott Rec campground