Tent Camping & Campsites
Sleep under the stars, in the forest, on a mountain or near a stream—you can camp just about anywhere you take your tent. No matter what campground you choose, the outdoors is right outside your tent door.
Reservation Tips: When choosing tent camping sites, decide which amenities are most important. Do you prefer primitive sites with minimal resources or are you looking for easy access to showers and restrooms? Also consider whether you want to drive up to your site or if you prefer to hike in, bike in or boat in.
If you’re traveling in an RV but also plan to set up a tent, reserve a site that has space for both.
Tent Camping Tips
Featured Tent Camping Campgrounds
Macedonia Brook State Park's exciting terrain has resulted from the slow wearing down of its hard rock formation base.
Trap Pond's campgrounds are nestled beneath towering loblolly pines, and its Cypress Swamp boasts a breathtaking stand of baldcypress trees.
Boat your way into Lumber River State Park, enjoying the scenery of plants, fish and wildlife from various coastal regions.
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