The idea of camping in the wilderness is the perfect place for an explorer to take the reins of their own adventures.
If you like a bit of adventure and want to keep things fresh, you might want to try one of the world’s largest camping areas, like Lake Tahoe or the famed “Blue Hole” in the Nevada desert.
But if you’re looking for something a bit more conventional and less wild, there are a lot of places to go camping in America.
From the Big Bend National Park to the Everglades in Florida, the West is full of places that offer a few different types of camping experiences.
Here are 10 of the most popular destinations for those looking for a bit longer-term camping, or to just have a great time.
Lake Tahoes Lake Tahoz, Nevada—Lake Tahoe is a lake in the United States state of Nevada and the largest lake in North America.
It has been a popular destination for camping since the 19th century.
The Tahoe Basin offers plenty of space for campers to camp and fish in a small lake surrounded by spectacular scenery.
The lake also has a very active beach, so you can take advantage of the sand dunes and waterfalls.
There are plenty of campsites, too.
The campground is located at Lake Tahos campground.
You can find more information on the lake, including a reservation page for the park.
The campsite fee is $10 per night.
You must be 18 or older to enter.
Blue Hole at Blue Hole, the only campground in the Big Island National Forest.
This popular spot is located in the northern part of the Blue Island National Park.
The Blue Hole offers up to 40 tent sites and two camp sites, as well as picnic areas and a campsite area with a fire ring.
The park offers a number of amenities, including restrooms and toilets.
The tent camping area has picnic tables and chairs, as does the nearby campsite.
You also can rent a bike and a motorized vehicle.
The Lost Lake in California, where campers can relax in the beautiful rolling hills.
The location is right on the California coast and is home to the Lost Lake National Wildlife Refuge.
You’ll be able to explore the island on a boat or a boat tour.
The boat tours depart from the Lost Creek campground at the Lost Lakes Resort.
Canyons and Lakes In the Northern Sierra Nevada, you’ll find some of the wildest terrain in the U.S. The Northern Sierra is a unique wilderness area where the only road into the area is a small, unmarked dirt road that leads to the desert.
The area is popular for the mountain biking and mountain trekking.
You will also find the Black Canyon Trail.
You might also want to explore a nearby lake, The Lost Lakes Lake, which is just about 10 miles away.
The trailhead is just north of the Lost Falls campground and is a popular camping spot for those seeking a more romantic experience.
Red Rock Lake in the Northern Rockies The most popular campground for camping in the Red Rock Canyon National Monument in Colorado.
The Red Rock Campground is the oldest, best-used camping site in the park and is located just north-south of the Big Fork National Forest, on the Colorado River.
The site has a number the many campsites and has a small riverfront swimming pool, but there is a campsites only fee of $15 per night per person.
Bayside National Wildlife Preserve, a park in the Southern Nevada mountains.
This campground offers campsites at various locations, but it is the only one that allows overnight camping.
You may also enjoy a campsiting trip with your dog, or just hike up and enjoy the views.
Ponderosa National Park In the South West of the United Kingdom, Ponderos is home of the Great Pyrenees National Park, one of only three places in England and Wales where you can camp for free.
There is also a Great Pyramidal Wilderness Area within the park that you can visit.
Paddling is also available for those who want to enjoy some wildlife watching.
The Big Island in Florida is the largest wilderness campground, with 1,800 campsites.
The resort town of Big Island offers the perfect camping spot in the area.
It’s only 20 miles from Orlando, but the area offers many campsite options, so it’s easy to find a site.
You have access to a few campsites in the parking lot.
There’s also a ranger station, a boat launch, and restrooms and showers.
Camping at the National Mall of the World, New York City.
If camping is more your speed, there’s plenty of camping at the Mall of America, where there are more than 10,000 camping spots. The