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9 Fourth of July Campgrounds

What better way to celebrate the birthday of America then by taking in the sweet smell of freedom in the outdoors? Whether you want to get away from the holiday hoopla or join in the firecracking fun, these campgrounds will have something for you.

Sea Pines RV

Swainton, New Jersey

Located in Cape May County, this isn't Snooki's Jersey Shore. Think a romantic boardwalk with salt water taffy, sand castles and great pizza. Visit Atlantic City, Philly or just enjoy the beach and beautiful Victorian architecture. Read More

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Delaware Water Gap / Pocono Mountain KOA

East Stroudsburg, Pennsylvania

Whether you're paddling down the Delaware River or viewing it from high up on the bluffs, this area's green landscape dominates the vistas for miles. Visit the Native American Museum, flea market or Shawnee Ski Mountain for the fireworks show. Read More

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Buckhorn Campground

Sulphur, Oklahoma

The streams and lake of the Arbuckles, the geological formations, as well as the forests and prairies set this special area apart from the surrounding Oklahoma region. Part of the Chickasaw National Recreation Area, you'll learn of the rich historical significance on your visit. Read More

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Waquoit Bay Nat. Estuarine Res

Waquoit, Massachusetts

Located on Cape Cod, this research reserve covers 2,500 acres of coastal upland, wetland, beach and bay. You won't regret experiencing this holiday of primitive camping in such a beautiful. natural setting. Read More

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Lake Winfield Scott Rec

Suches, Georgia

This 18-acre mountain pond is situated among valleys and ridges formed by tectonic plate movement billions of years ago. The Fourth is always better on a boat; Cast out a few lines for this area's diverse population of catfish, trout, perch, brim and bass. Read More

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Albuquerque Central KOA

Albuquerque, New Mexico

Sandia Mountains won't be the only beautiful thing in the New Mexico sky; the fireworks show at nearby Balloon Fiesta Park is sure to cast colorful lights above all who come to enjoy the downtown festivities. Read More

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Greybull KOA

Greybull, Wyoming

With nearby Big Horn National Forest covering 2,400 miles, over 1,500 of which are trails, it's obvious why this place is the original Jurassic Park—the dinosaurs needed room to roam! Check out the dinosaur footprints along with cascading waterfalls and colorful rock formations. Read More

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Quechee / Pine Valley KOA


The Quechee Gorge is often referred to as "The Little Grand Canyon of New England." But the Grand Canyon doesn't have the breweries, the quaint town of Woodstock, or the Ben and Jerry's ice cream factory close by! Read More

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Crystal Cove Beach Cottages

Laguna Beach/Newport Beach, California

Pristine California coastline, clear water, boundless activities, piers, shopping great food...this is the perfect getaway for a family or a couple looking for a romantic holiday. Reserve cottages right away, though; these gems go fast! Read More

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