Looking for a spot for your next vacation? The next time you have a long weekend and are looking for an outdoor getaway, check out one of these beautiful campgrounds across the US
Alabama- Outpost at Gulf State Park
At the Outpost Campsites at Gulf State Park in Alabama, you can stay in a tent on the beach set up with four cots. The campsite also comes with a sink for dishwashing. If you’d like to opt for a more minimalist experience, you can stay at a camping area on a trail.
California- Half Moon Bay State Beach
Half Moon Bay State Beach in California has 52 campsites on Francis Beach. On your trip, you can spend your day laying in the sun, fishing, and picnicking across four miles of beach. You can visit the Half Moon Bay State Beach Visitor Center for free every Saturday and Sunday.
Colorado- Piñon Flats Campground, Great Sand Dunes National Park
Head to Piñon Flats Campground in Great Sands Dune National Park. Pitch your tent at a scenic spot so you can gaze at the dunes and the Sangre de Cristo mountains. There are fire grates and picnic tables at each site so that you can enjoy the view while you’re eating.
Delaware- Cape Henlopen State Park
Explore the beautiful beach on Cape Henlopen State Park in Delaware. Swim through the ocean, bike across trails, fish, horseback ride, and everything in between. The recently renovated campground has picnic tables, and camp store, and a play area for younger travelers.
Florida- Cayo Costa State Park
Visit the primitive campgrounds of Cayo Costa State Park that are close to the beach and offer picnic tables, ground grills, and potable water. You can spend your days hiking, biking, fishing, or even scuba diving.
Illinois- Starved Rock State Park Campground
Make sure you plan ahead for booking this popular spot. Starved Rock State Park, located along the shore of the Illinois River is perfect for fishing, boating, and hiking throughout the park’s eighteen canyons.