Hot Spots For Camping: Learn Where They Are Located

hot spotsAre you a beginning camper and don’t know where to look for a great spot for your trip? [Beginner camping]

Or are you a seasoned camper looking for something a little different.

Check out top picks for hot camping spots so you can head there the next time you are planning a trip.

Alabama’s Gulf Coast

Camping along the Gulf Coast of Alabama is a year round destination. You can play golf, tennis, try your hand at a variety of fishing options or just laze about in the sun.

Bring along your bicycles or hiking shoes to explore the more than 32 miles of coastline. For those water enthusiasts you can scuba dive, snorkel or set sail on a world of adventure.

Off to Arkansas

Visitors have been flocking to Hot Springs, Arkansas for generations. There is plenty of recreation for every member of the family.

You can enjoy activities outdoors and for water sports enthusiasts, they will find them available as well.

Hot Springs can be found in the Diamond Lakes Region of the state in the Ouachita Mountains. Fish, camp, ride, hunt, whatever you enjoy you will find it here.

Coastal Delaware Region

The state of Delaware may be small but it is sure big on camping. Beach lovers will enjoy camping along the Coastal Delaware Region. No matter where in Delaware you camp, you will never be far from the ocean.

It can get crowded in the summer months, so try to go in the late spring and early fall for the best camping spots while the water and weather are still warm.

Lake Michigan

Beautiful Lake Michigan is one of the United States’ 5 Great Lakes. There is over 10 miles of shoreline referred to as the Indiana Dunes to explore.

There are plenty of opportunities for recreation when you visit this region of Indiana.

The area can be found between Michigan City and Gary, Indiana. Fishing, swimming and just plain relaxing, are favorite camping activities for visitors.

Quintessential Cape Cod, Massachusetts

Always a popular tourist destination it is popular with campers as well. Cape Cod has a plethora of things to see and do for history buffs as well as outdoor enthusiasts.

If you have never been to the Cape, you don’t know what you’re missing. Camping here is like stepping into a new world full of sun, ocean and sky.