Outstanding Winter Camping Destinations For Families

Outstanding Winter Camping Destinations For Families

Outstanding Winter Camping Destinations For Families

Have you been considering winter camping? It might be cold outside, but you can still camp. Matter-of-fact, some of the best camping is done during the winter months. The only thing standing between you and an awesome winter camping experience is the destination. I have done the hard work for you. Check out these outstanding winter camping destinations for families.

 

Devil’s Garden Campground

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Although it’s a unique name, this is said to be one of the best places to camp during the winter months. It is in Arches National Park, Utah. The actual campground isn’t very big and has a capacity of a 50-person limit. You will also need to make your reservations quite early as it is booked at least 6 months in advance.

 

Hawaii Volcanoes National Park

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Whether you have been to Hawaii or have seen pictures, you know it is a beautiful place. Hawaii doesn’t get cold, but this place is available for camping all year round, which is awesome. Namakanipaio Campground, located in Hawaii Volcanoes National Park, is something all campers must experience.

 

Yosemite National Park

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If you’re any kind of outdoor enthusiast, I know you have heard of Yosemite National Park. You can camp at the Yosemite Pines RV Park. Rumor has it that this place is beautiful all year round. Not only can you camp here in the summer, but also in the winter. There are cabins you can stay in here, so it makes the experience even more realistic.

 

Rock Island State Park

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One of the main places I want to go winter camping is at Rock Island State Park in Rock Island, Tennessee. If you love to be outdoors experiencing nature, this is the camping ground for you, even in the winter. Families come here every season to enjoy hiking, fishing, and exploring. It is truly a camping experience you won’t find anywhere else.

 

Let me finish my saying, these are only 4 campgrounds in all the United States, there are so many more! It is truly an exciting time to explore your country and see all there is to offer. Winter camping isn’t for the faint of heart, but it is something the whole family can enjoy. Here are some tips for winter camping.

  • You will need the right gear and sometimes outdoor winter camping gear is costly. The good news is that is should last a while, if you invest in quality gear.
  • An emergency kit is necessary. Don’t try to camp anywhere without an emergency kit in place.
  • Know the emergency personal to contact in the camp ground.

 

Most of all, have fun, take pictures, and make memories with your family.

 



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