The Smart Camper’s Voice / Entry 16
With a new year a new fan of camping possibilities opens up. Due to our beautiful country’s landscapes, choosing a location between so many can sometimes be a difficult task. All smart campers know this and will take their time choosing the right scenario for his or her’s next trip. It is a matter of what you are looking for, be it hiking, photography or just a quiet space to read and relax the soul. For these reasons we continue our journey through our states and some of their best camping spots.
The Copper State
Also known as the The Grand Canyon State, Arizona is home to some of the most beautiful landscapes not only here in US but worldwide. Sharing its borders with New Mexico, Utah, Nevada, California, and Mexico. It’s capital and largest city Phoenix, is the most populous state capital in the country. Following we list for you three of the best camping site this great state has to offer.
Grand Canyon National Park: Home to some of the most breathtaking view and landscapes in creation. This 1 mile deep canyon carved by the Colorado River is the dream come true for any amateur or professional photographer. Currently the northern campgrounds are closed due to winter for any camper to consider.
Lake Havasu State Park: Home to beautiful beaches and an amazing scenic shoreline, you will not be disappointed with Lake Havasu. Offering over 47 different camping sites with full electrical hookups and potable water. The Arroyo-Camino Interpretive Garden showcases the diverse life that exists within the park.
Prescott National Forest: This amazing forest has a impressive 1.25 million acre expansion. This national forest offers the chance of hiking, fishing, rock climbing, horse back riding, bicycle trails and much more. With 11 family campgrounds opened all year around, Prescott is the perfect destination for any camper.
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