Sugar Pine Point State ParkLake Tahoe, California 1 of 9
Sugar Pine Point State Park contains one of the finest remaining natural areas on Lake Tahoe. Wander through the dense pine, fir, aspen and cedar forests. Deep-line anglers fish the lake's 300-foot deep underwater ledges for trout and salmon.
Lake George Islands CampsitesBolton Landing, New York 2 of 9
Labor day camping at Lake George Islands is unique; campsites only accessible by boat and are spread out over the lake on three different islands. After choosing a spot to set your tent, head to the private marina to dock your boat. Fishing, hiking, bird watching, boating and sailing provide plenty of outdoors opportunities.
Birch Lake CampgroundEly, Minnesota 3 of 9
Birch Lake Campground is located in Superior National Forest near the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness. It's an ideal place to relax while enjoying fishing, boating and other labor day festivities. The campground has a main camping area, as well as 15 backcountry campsites on Birch Lake.
Oak Knoll CampgroundsValley Springs, California 4 of 9
California can get downright hot and dry in the summertime. So, for Labor Day, cool off lakeside at Oak Knoll, which sits along New Hogan Lake in the Sierra Nevada foothills. Hike the "River of Skulls," jump on a boat, catch dinner and enjoy this spacious, primitive camping experience.
Delaware Seashore State ParkRehoboth Beach, Delaware 5 of 9
One of Delaware's most popular destinations, Delaware Seashore State Park, welcomes visitors to experience 6 miles of ocean and bay shoreline. Just a short walk from the beach, you'll have plenty to do here this Labor Day.
Coldwater CampgroundMammoth Lakes, California 6 of 9
Coldwater Campground is located high in the eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains near the town of Mammoth Lakes, California. The surrounding national forest provides many opportunities for hiking, fishing, road cycling and picnicking.
Indian Celina LakeHoosier, Indiana 7 of 9
Head to this peaceful campground for a relaxing Labor Day camping trip on the lake. Grab your fishing pole and wait for catfish, bluegill and largemouth bass to take a bite. Or, trek into the woods on the Rickenbaugh Interpretive Trail; only 1 mile long, this path is perfect for little ones.
Mt. Hood VillageWelches, Oregon 8 of 9
This is the premier RV park in the Northwest, with 440 wooded hook-up sites and 20 privately owned, furnished cottages. The ski resort area, normally bustling with skiers and snowboarders, becomes lush and magical during this time of year, with towering trees and mountains all around.