Quantcast
Destinations

Seven campgrounds that highlight the diversity of the American landscape

Excerpt from The Awl

Aug 11, 2012 7:22 am

Skift Take

Experience a different side of American culture at these national parks where you sleep above a swamp, eat next to the ocean or Indian dwellings, or can bath in an actual bathtub of natural spring water.

— Samantha Shankman

Free Report: The State of Chinese Outbound Market Travel

The Changing Business of Extended-Stay Hotels

Okay, so neither my boyfriend (or my dog) are interested in excessive camping. But I am. … [T] he good old U.S. of A. is also home to campgrounds with plenty of personality. There are tens of thousands of campsites in the United States, and the National Park Service is ramping things up to get ready for their centennial in 2016. A campground doesn’t have to be a National Park to be awesome, though clearly federal funding can’t hurt

Read the Complete Story →

Tags: , , ,

Next Up

More on Skift

International Tourism Growth Beats Estimates for First 10 Months of 2014
What Travel’s Top CEOs Have to Say About Consumers’ Mobile Habits
Interview: Dohop CEO on Building a Global Metasearch Site Based in Iceland
Watch This Free Webinar on Using Twitter to Increase Travel and Tourism