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2019 Top 6 USA Camping Destinations

2019 Top 6 USA Camping Destinations

We're already 1 month into the new year, and we don't want to let this one slip through our fingers! We've put together a list of the top 6 places on our that we're itching to take our Hot Ash stoves.

Rocky Arches in Utah National Park

#1 Arches National Park, Utah

Boasting over 2,000 stone arches, this national park certainly lives up to its name! Beautiful sunset views and red rock formations help this park to make our list.

Mountains and Lake in Idaho National Forest

#2 Sawtooth National Forest, Idaho

Covering over 2 million acres, this national forest is massive. You’ll never run out of new views and campsites here! Our one piece of advice if you’re going here, bring a map, because that’s a lot of acres.

Mountains in Montana

#3 Glacier National Park, Montana

Over 700 miles of trails through forests, mountains, and meadows. This park even has some spectacular lakes for your viewing pleasure. Just be ready to be cold, because you know, it’s Montana.

Lake and Mountains in Wyoming National Park

#4 Grand Teton National Park, Wyoming

Located at the Teton mountain range in Wyoming, this national park has hundreds of miles of trails for you to explore. And if that’s not enough, you can even take a trip down the winding Snake River!

Island on lake in Oregon National Park

#5 Crater Lake National Park, Oregon

Crater Lake was created by the eruption and collapse of a volcano called Mount Mazama thousands of years ago. As if that isn’t cool enough, it’s the deepest lake in the United States, AND one of the purest lakes on earth! Yeah, we want to see this one in person.

 

Valley with plants in Utah National Park

#7 Zion National Park, Utah

Surrounded by massive, sandstone cliffs, Zion has some of the most amazing views in the USA (But that’s just like, my opinion, man). With landmarks like the Weeping Rock, and the Temple of Sinawava, Zion National Park is a must see.

Are there any places you'd add to the list? Let us know in the comments below!

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