(Sub)urban camping at its finest, Chicago's outer suburbs welcome outdoor enthusiasts to its nature preserves.
In central Arizona, Butcher Jones Recreation Site is a place to get your water fix, as well as hiking, picnicking and sunbathing.
The Oregon Trail is more than a simple hike — it's a journey through time.
Maine is playfully nicknamed “Vacationland,” and at Acadia National Park you’ll quickly see why.
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.
Nestled at the foothills of the Rocky Mountains and the doorstep of Pike National Forest, it's no surprise that Colorado Springs is overflowing with great campgrounds.
Michigan, or as the locals call it “The Mitten,” is a Midwestern haven for outdoor adventures — perfect for your next glamping trip.
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.
There are hundreds of hiking trails in the area, but these 10 are must-do.
Rainier provides a wealth of outdoor experiences unmatched anywhere else in the Pacific Northwest.
As the highest peak in Oregon, Mount Hood stands tall as the state’s geographic symbol of outdoor adventure.