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.
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 MoreReserve a Campsite
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 MoreReserve a Campsite
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 MoreReserve a Campsite
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 MoreReserve a Campsite
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 MoreRegister Today
After a long winter freeze, New England finally wakes up. The earth comes alive with lush flora and fauna, winter ski areas become green...it's time for a good long hike or fun nature walk with the fam. See the Full List