10 Most Scenic Places to Camp in the United States.

Are you looking for the best places to go camping in the USA? In this Web Stories, we'll share the 10 most scenic places to camp in the United States.

The Sawtooth Range and Wilderness are home to nearly 400 lakes created by receding alpine glaciers.

10. Sawtooth National Recreation Area, Idaho

Badlands National Park holds one of the world's most abundant fossil deposits, allowing scientists to explore the evolution of mammal species like horses, rhinos, and saber-toothed cats.

9. Badlands National Park, South Dakota

The forest was established in 1908 by President Theodore Roosevelt's proclamation. It is home to more than 500 species of trees and woody plants.

8. Ozark–St. Francis National Forests, Arkansas

Big Bend is well-known for its natural resources and recreational activities, but it also boasts a rich cultural history.

7. Big Bend National Park, Texas

Getting to Dry Tortugas isn't simple. You can only reach it by boat or seaplane, and neither option is inexpensive.

6. Dry Tortugas National Park, Florida

This 37-mile-long barrier island is known for its stunning beaches, wild horses, and abundant birdlife. You can experience primitive camping on both the ocean and bay sides of the island.

5. Assateague Island National Seashore, Maryland

The park is most famous for Skyline Drive, a 105-mile (169 km) road that stretches the entire length of the park along the mountain ridge.

4. Shenandoah National Park, Virginia

The park includes many waterfalls, three clear-sky lakes, thick hardwood forests, steep cliffs, and ledges that provide stunning views.

3. Minnewaska State Park Reserve, New York

The White Mountain National Forest is a popular vacation destination for a good reason – it offers some of the best recreational opportunities in the Northeast.

2. White Mountain National Forest, New Hampshire and Maine

Acadia is well-known for its beautiful autumn leaves, but it also looks lovely in the winter when it's covered in white snow.

1. Acadia National Park, Maine