Camping Gems in the Midwest
Discover a New World of Camping
There are beautiful places to go camping in the Midwest. So, when planning your next camping trip you may be surprised to find yourself in an unexpected and amazing new world of camping. Advantages? Fewer crowds and unbelievable places.
Brown County State Park, Indiana
This park is only an hour south of Indianapolis.
If you like horseback riding, this is your ideal destination. This park features marvelous views and plenty of recreation. If you are enthusiastic about the mountain bike, you should try coming here and ride the hundreds of trails available. Or you can simply take walks and find a nice spot to have a picnic.
Apostle Islands National Lakeshore, Wisconsin
This park features more than 20 islands and 12 miles along the coast on the mainland. The islands are well known as the Jewels of Lake Superior. If you enjoy kayaking, you should come to this place. Explore new places kayaking around the islands. The best thing is that you can set up your camping gear on 18 of the islands. So, next year you will have plenty of new areas to discover, and keep coming back.
Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio
In this place, you will find waterfalls, rugged terrain, and shady gorges. Forget about the idea that Ohio is only sprawling and corn fields. This park offers much more to enjoy during your camping trip.
Wilderness State Park, Michigan
Things to do at this fascinating park: spend your days at the beach, venture into the woods with a compass, watch the Mackinac Bridge on clear days, or just hike along the 10,000 acres and the shoreline of Lake Michigan.
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