7 US National Parks With The Best Campgrounds

Glacier National Park, Montana

Glacier National Park offers top hikes and wildlife viewing. With 13 campgrounds, it's ideal for RVs ($30/night) and tent camping amid stunning scenery and abundant wildlife.

Yellowstone National Park

Yellowstone, established in 1872, spans 3,468 sq miles. It's the first US national park and attracts about four million visitors yearly. Known for geysers like Old Faithful and beautiful hot springs, it offers hiking, driving, and fishing.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park

The Great Smoky Mountains is the top US national park, with 13.3 million visitors in 2023. It offers diverse wildlife, history, and the scenic Newfound Gap Road. Enjoy camping at Cades Cove and tubing at Deep Creek!

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Grand Canyon National Park attracts people with its stunning beauty, outdoor adventures, and peaceful atmosphere. It offers five campgrounds, including Mather Campground with over 300 sites near Grand Canyon Village.

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Rocky Mountain National Park, popular for its stunning mountains and outdoor activities, attracts millions of visitors yearly. It offers campsites like Moraine Park, perfect for camping amid scenic beauty.

Zion National Park, Utah

Zion Park has stunning cliffs, waterfalls, canyons, and trails. Camp at Watchman or South Campground for adventure near the park’s south entrance.

Acadia National Park, Maine

Acadia National Park is famous for hiking, coastal drives, and beautiful beaches, attracting 2.2 million summer visitors. It offers great camping by the ocean at Blackwoods and Seawall campgrounds near Bar Harbor.