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4 Camping Destinations to Road Trip to this Spring Break

With spring break around the corner, now is a good time to plan a road trip and go camping! There are beautiful sights to see as the flowers begin to bloom and the skies turn blue. You and your family won’t want to miss out on the fun that camping trips can bring this spring. 

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What are the best camping spots for a Spring Break road trip?

The best parks for camping trips offer a variety of outdoor activities to do, nature to discover and learn about, and a comfortable environment to make you feel at home while being one with the outdoors. Here are some of the best picks across the country:

  1. Yosemite National Park – California
  2. Myrtle Beach State Park – South Carolina
  3. Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona 
  4. Joshua Tree National Park – California

1) Yosemite National Park – California

Best known for its’ waterfalls, Yosemite National Park in California presents visitors with beautiful valleys and meadows. The most iconic part of the large park is Yosemite Valley, where you can find Yosemite Falls, Half Dome, and El Capitan. Set up camp near Half Dome Village for a captivating forest and views in all directions. Plenty of RV camping sites are available.

2) Myrtle Beach State Park – South Carolina

Spring breakers love Myrtle Beach State Park in South Carolina for its popular Myrtle Beach pier and campsites within the tall trees. Campers can enjoy city life with the festivals and attractions nearby, then come back to their beach campsite to get away and relax. The main campground accommodates RVs up to 40 feet and provides water and electrical hookups.

Pro Tip: Some campgrounds that require reservations are often full from around April through September. Plan on making a reservation as early as possible! 

3) Grand Canyon National Park – Arizona

Spring is a suitable time to visit the Grand Canyon because it’s not a busy season, meaning fewer people, great weather, and amazing pictures to take. The spring season brings beautiful shades of pink, red, and yellow wildflowers to the canyon views. Soak in all the scenery of rock formations as you take your time hiking on your spring break getaway.

4) Joshua Tree National Park – California

in California’s crisp weather at Joshua Treen National Park. The park is covered in graceful wildflowers and the sky is a blanket of scattered stars at night. Pitch your tent under the open sky of stars for the ultimate camping experience.

Happy Camping! 

Make this spring break one to remember by taking your travel trailer to one of these incredible camping destinations. Remember to de-winterize your RV before hitting the road.

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