From towering sand dunes, to high-elevation juniper forests, to psychedelic badlands, Death Valley is a must-hike National Park for desert lovers.
Whether you’re a zealous desert advocate or simply passing through central California, Death Valley is certainly one of the strangest National Parks out there — and well worth a camping trip.
Retreat into the woods for the day at California's oldest state park or walk among the picture-perfect coastal bluffs at sunset.
Utah's magnificent landscape boasts a smorgasbord of scenic drives that'll upgrade any vacation to the Beehive State.
With its spellbinding coastal views and funky bohemian history, it’s impossible not to be charmed by the woodsy quirks and forested mountains of Big Sur.
Mount San Jacinto is the idyllic weekend getaway destination for the Greater Los Angeles Area.
In central Arizona, Butcher Jones Recreation Site is a place to get your water fix, as well as hiking, picnicking and sunbathing.
With over 700,000 acres of panoramic wilderness and 800 miles of developed trails, Yosemite is perhaps the most iconic national park in the entire country — and for good reason.
Curb your cravings for tall trees and get really, really high on these majestic overnight treks into the heart of the Great Western Divide.
Whether you're here for the desert scenery, wildlife, stargazing, or all of the above, the best way to get the full experience at Anza-Borrego Desert State Park is by camping.
Discover the high desert of the American Southwest in Grand Junction.
Whether the mountains are blanketed with snow or erupting with wildflowers, there's never a shortage of things to do in Park City.
The mountains surrounding Utah Valley offer ample opportunities to escape the city and reconnect with nature.
Thanks to the abundance of public property around Moab, there are plenty of places where you can rest your head at night without having to pay for campground fees.
Thanks to its prime location between two national forests, Park City offers stellar camping sites in any direction.
With hundreds of campgrounds available less than an hour from the city, your camping options are nearly limitless along the Wasatch Front.