The 10 Best Places to Camp in National Parks 

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Great Smoky Mountain National Park – Located on the border of North Carolina and Tennessee, the Great Smoky Mountain Park offers lush forests, scenic hikes, and numerous campgrounds for nature lovers.

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Yellowstone National Park – Experience the wonders of the park with geysers, hot springs, and wildlife. Camping here puts you in the center of the park's natural beauty.

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Yosemite National Park – Yosemite is a dream destination for campers. Make the most of iconic sites like Ey Capitan and Half Dome while camping under starry skies.

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Grand Canyon National Park – Camping in the park offers breathtaking views of the grand canyon. Watch the sunrise or sunset over this natural wonder.

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Acadia National Park – Located in Maine, Acadia National Park offers coastal beauty, rocky shores, and diverse wildlife.

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Zion National Park – Explore the park's fascinating red rock formations and unique landscapes. Campers here have easy access to some of the park's best trails.

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Rocky Mountain National Park – Camping in the Rockies gives you amazing mountain views. Enjoy hiking, wildlife watching and pristine alpine lakes.

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Joshua Tree National Park – For an otherworldly camping experience, visit Joshua Tree National Park. Its iconic Joshua trees and unique rock formations make it a paradise for photographers.

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Shenandoah National Park – Located in Virginia, Shenandoah Park offers tranquil camping amid the Blue Ridge Mountains. Enjoy scenic drives and hikes.

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