7 Amazing Camp Grounds You Need to Visit This Spring


Spring is the perfect time to go camping. Whether you want to relax by the lake, hike in the mountains, or explore the desert, there is a camp ground for you.

Average Spring Temperature (F): 60 Highlights: Hoodoos, stargazing, photography Nearby Attractions: Capitol Reef National Park, Little Wild Horse Canyon

Goblin Valley Campground, Utah


Average Spring Temperature (F): 50 Highlights: Cascade Lake, Mount Constitution, island views Nearby Attractions: Orcas Island Pottery, Orcas Island Historical Museum

Southend Campground, Washington


Average Spring Temperature (F): 40 Highlights: Bird Creek, fishing, wildlife Nearby Attractions: Alyeska Resort, Alaska Wildlife Conservation Center

Bird Creek Campground, Alaska


Average Spring Temperature (F): 55 Highlights: Long Island Sound, swimming, nature center Nearby Attractions: Henry Whitfield State Museum,.

Hammonasset Beach Campground, Connecticut


Average Spring Temperature (F): 70 Highlights: Zion National Park, shuttle bus, hiking Nearby Attractions: Zion Canyon Scenic Drive, Zion-Mount Carmel Tunnel.

Zion Canyon Campground, Utah


Average Spring Temperature (F): 60 Highlights: South Branch Potomac River, fishing, tubing Nearby Attractions: Seneca Rocks, Smoke Hole Caverns, Spruce Knob

Big Bend Campground, West Virginia


Average Spring Temperature (F): 45 Highlights: Jackson Lake, Grand Teton National Park, hiking Nearby Attractions: Colter Bay Visitor Center, Jenny Lake, Oxbow Bend

Colter Bay Campground, Wyoming


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