Top 5 Camping Destinations

Vibedration Admin | August.31.2020

Camping has become one of the number one activities to do this year as traveling has been limited with the pandemic. We’ve loved seeing our Vibe Tribe enjoy the outdoors with our hydration packs on hikes, long walks, and camping so we've compiled a list of the top five camping destinations if you’re looking for a getaway soon. (psst! Tag us in your pics if you go to any of these places)

Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

Grand Canyon National Park

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Visit one of the wonders of the world, the Grand Canyon, in northern Arizona. This canyon features layered bands of red rock that has millions of years of geological history. There are many camping spots and viewpoints with breathtaking views from sunrise to sunset. Start planning your trip here.

Olympic National Park, Washington

Olympic National Park

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Located on Washington’s Olympic Peninsula in the Pacific Northwest. It sprawls across different ecosystems and has many peaks and forests. There are tons of trails and mountains for hikers and backpackers as well as it being along the Pacific coastline. You can start planning your trip here.

Joshua Tree National Park, California

Joshua Tree National Park

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Joshua Tree has become one of the top camping and getaway destinations in the past year. It’s located in southern California and is known for the beautiful desert landscape. Joshua Tree is where the Mojave and the Colorado deserts meet creating a beautiful place to explore. You can begin planning your visit here.

Arches National Park, Utah

Arches National Park

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Located in the north Moab in the state of Utah, the Arches National Park is known as the site of more than 2,000 natural sandstone arches. This desert landscape is bordered by the Colorado River and is home to the Delicate arch and Landscape Arch. You can plan your trip here.

Rocky Mountain National Park, Colorado

Rocky Mountain National Park

Image: Wikipedia

Last, but not least is the Rocky Mountain National Park in northern Colorado that spans the Continental Divide. You’ll find protected mountains, forests and alpine tundra throughout this park. There are tons of mountains and peaks to explore and Bear Lake to relax nearby. You can start planning your trip here.

Where are your favorite places to camp? Let us know what we should add to our list. Grab a hydration pack before you head out on your next camping adventure and don't forget to tag us in your pics. Happy camping!

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