decisions of where to go camping is lots of fun. Your whole family
can share in the decision. Everyone, young and old, can suggest ideas
and desires about where to go, what to see, and what to do on the trip.
up the tasks and have everyone check out Websites for camping in
national parks, scenic parks, campgrounds, museums, fairs and other attractions.
get together and go over all the possibilities everyone found. Great
forum for a family meeting NO
in National Parks
Parks are a great place to take your family camping. There are lots
of things to do at these parks, both entertaining and fun for all ages.
National Parks provide fabulous scenic vistas. Some have incredible
opportunities for watching wildlife. Others have natural wonders like
geologic formations, hot springs, caves, or waterfalls.
Parks generally provide camping areas. However, some parks are more
like museums and do not have camping on site. Visit these parks while
passing through, or camp at a nearby state park or commercial campground.
ever you choose to go, your family will have a great time and you
will wish you had more time so you could see even more of that park's attractions.
Parks offer some of the best family camping.
is always a state park close enough to home that you can get away
for a weekend.
addition, the state campsites are often located right on a lake
shore, ocean beach, or some other major natural attraction, that
commercial campgrounds can't afford to be near.
states have a central agency that controls the state parks, like a
Department of Conservation, Department of Natural Resources or
Campground reservations can be
made for many state parks. Because the addresses and phone numbers
for state agencies are in a constant state of flux, many of the
numbers below will soon be outdated. Try the Tourism Division numbers
first. Call information for new listings.
links shown below will take you to those State Park agencies.
Alabama Department of Conservation
and Natural Resources
Alaska Division of Parks and
Arizona State Parks
Arkansas State Parks
Little Rock, AR
Virginia Campground Guide
Washington Info Hot Line (general camping information)
Washington State Parks (reservations)
Division of Tourism and Parks
Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources
Bureau of Parks and Recreation
Division of Tourism
Wyoming Game and Fish Department
Division of Tourism
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