Summertime is here and it is the perfect season to go camping. There are a number of terrific places across the United States to camp, just make sure you are prepared with all of the camping accessories you need from Campsmart. Here are our top 4 camping spot in the United States during the summer months.
- Lake Tahoe, California
California is a gorgeous place to visit year round. Lake Tahoe is known for its ski resorts, but in the summer, they are known for their stunning beaches. The glamorous spot has the perfect temperatures, ranging from 75 degrees to 80 degrees as the high and 45 degrees to 50 degrees as the low. Plus, there is always plenty of sunshine and calm winds. Enjoy the water by boat or jet ski and you can also take sightseeing tours or go hang gliding. To get a panoramic view of the Sierra Nevada Mountains, hike up to the highest point at Emerald Bay State Park, a national landmark.
- Black Hills, South Dakota
The Black Hills in South Dakota are stunning and consist of several small towns that have plenty to offer. You can set-up camp in Spearfish, where the weather is perfect and around 80 degrees during the summer. Just beware that there could be some crazy thunderstorms that roll through with hail. Mount Rushmore is nearby along with other great attractions like the cool town of Deadwood.
- Acadia National Park, Maine
The Northeast is very pleasant during the summer months and Acadia National Park is a great place to camp out and do some hiking. There might be some days of rain, but other days will be full of sunshine with highs in the 70s. The evenings are usually clear and cool with temperatures in the 40s. The hiking trails are full of stunning views and you can even enjoy the blueberries that grow fresh along the trails. If you are lucky, you can catch a glimpse of some of the wildlife like bears, whales and moose.
- Mount Rainer National Park, Washington
Mount Rainer National Park is full of gorgeous wildflowers that bloom stunning colors like magenta, purple and yellow. Take a hike on one of the many trails and stop to enjoy the refreshing waterfalls. The weather is actually pretty chilly, but a great place to escape the triple digits this summer. To cool off visit the area in Washington where temperatures are in the 40s for the high and upper 20s for the lows.