1. Arches National Park, Utah
Home of over 2000 natural sandstone arches and a plethora of wildlife including the peregrine falcon and technicolored lizards. Get all the information you need about going camping at Devils Garden Campground here.
2. Miyajima, Japan
Miyajima is an island just a boat ride away from Hiroshima. Camping is allowed almost all year round, you can rent cabins and tents, and there are also adorable little shops and very cool temples to check out.
But the absolute best part?
According to the Washington Trails Association, no one returns disappointed after “frolicking among fields of flowers, peaks of ice, and boulders bearing basking marmots-some of the most outstanding alpine landscapes to be found anywhere in the world.”
7. Minchin Cove in Newfoundland
Minchin Cove is an abandoned settlement in Terra Nova National Park. You’ll go hiking through coves, canyons and coastal waters.
8. Big Sur
Camp among the Redwoods at Big Sur. Get more information here.
If you go at the right time, you can catch a very stunning view of the Northern Lights.
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