How to Plan a Romantic Camping Trip for Two

Plan Fun Excursions

Camping is a great opportunity to try new things, like hiking, kayaking, and snorkeling. Aron Arthur, a psychology professional, found that trying new activities with your significant other requires cooperation, which brings the two of you closer together.

It also makes the memory of that experience even better. Every time you think about it you'll remember that you did it with someone you love, which can make you appreciate the experience more.

Here are some fun activities that may be new for both of you:

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3 Romantic Campgrounds

There are many romantic places you can escape to, and these three provide secluded campsites, gorgeous scenery and a number of hikes.

Fish Lake Campground, California: A lake filled with lily pads sets the scene at this romantic campground. Tall cedar and fir trees make the campsites secluded and private. Spend a romantic day canoeing on the lake or hiking Fish Lake Trail.

Brown Tract Pond Campground, New York: Nestled in the Adirondacks, you and your sweetie can get cozy at your secluded campsite. Though the campground is large, with 90 spots available, sites 83 to 90, as well as 69, 70, and 73 are separated from the main camping area and offer waterfront views. 

Leith Run Campground, Ohio: This quaint campground, located on the Ohio River in the Wayne National Forest, provides a grassy spot to pitch your tent. Take a ride down the Covered Bridge Scenic Byway and stop for a romantic picnic with views of the rolling countryside at sunset.

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