Looking for a quick and easy getaway without the hassle of packing all your camping gear? A yurt may be your perfect solution.
It’s always fun to explore a new area while camping. It’s even better to get recommendations from someone who really knows the area and can recommend unique destinations – that’s why we’ve partnered with happyly!
With outdoor vacations on the rise for the second year in a row, it’s looking to be another summer filled with fun, family, and of course – camping.
This April we decided to take a California road trip in our 1980 VW campervan, Sunni, with the help of Campspot.
We’ve rounded up 10 campgrounds that our Instagram community can’t get enough of, and are sharing tips from Campspot Ambassador and photographer, Tyler D. Way, on how to capture the best photos while camping.
Ready to go out on a limb for your next outdoor getaway? There’s something undeniably magical about sleeping and waking up in a treehouse.
Campspot has over 100,000 stays on our site – to keep track of your favorites, you’re now able to “save” your dream destinations to your profile. We’ve compiled a list of the most saved locations on our site.
This Spring Break, people are heading to campgrounds and RV resorts instead of hotels. Here are this year’s Spring 2021 camping trends and top destinations to help get you started with those travel plans.
Whether you prefer a gorgeous cabin in the woods, a unique glamping stay, or a remote escape to the desert – we’ve got you covered with 14 destinations perfect for you and your significant other.
To some, camping is exclusively a summer pastime but many know otherwise: that a winter camping getaway can be just as fun as its summer sibling.
From the Great Smoky Mountains in Tennessee to the calming shores along the Oregon Coast, we’ve gathered the 15 most picturesque experiences on Campspot with breathtaking views you’ll have to see to believe.
With beautiful golden colors and crisp autumn air, the fall season is the perfect time to head to your favorite fishing destinations. So gear up and grab your fishing poles because it’s the anglers’ time to shine.
From the Blue Ridge Mountains in North Carolina all the way to Lake Elsinore in California, campers can enjoy the freedom to roam from the comfort of their very own covered wagon, bohemian treehouse, authentic caboose, treetop cabin, or tiny home – among many other unique options.
Temperatures may be dropping, but it’s not time to put away your camping gear just yet! Halloween is just around the corner and we’ve rounded up 24 campgrounds to booOOOoook your stay at, for a safe and socially distant way to enjoy candy, costumes, and more.
The leaves are starting to turn and the air is getting crisp as we welcome autumn. Though there’s no doubt we saw an increase in people wanting to get out and camp this summer, the fall camping season also provides a great opportunity for those looking to get outside and enjoy the changing leaves and […]
Here are a variety of activities to do while camping in the Finger Lakes Region of Upstate New York.
Looking for a remote getaway where you can relax, unwind, and kick back to enjoy a clear night sky? There are plenty of opportunities to escape the city lights to take in the stars. Stargazers know that the skies above are always active, with shooting stars, planetary cameos, and the orbiting ISS. Anytime is the […]
Travel is looking different for most, but with many wanting to get out of the house and get outdoors, we’ve seen an increased interest in camping and glamping. When compared to other forms of recreation and leisure travel, both can be accomplished entirely through responsible means of social distancing and self-isolation. For those looking for […]
Looking to camp this summer, but don’t know where to start? We’ve got you covered with a list of the top 10 camping destinations for summer 2020. From the Rocky Mountains to the East Coast, each campground has unique features and amenities for every adventurer. Rocky Mountains Vacation where the sky meets the land, where […]
Enjoy playing on the beach and seeing wild horses on Assateague Island. Here are the best places to camp near the National Seashore.
We get it, Maine is huge. So, we’re here to help! Here are 5 fun things to do during your first trip to Maine.