The Smart Camper’s Autumn Camping Sites

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Autumn is arriving and with it some of the most amazing scenery and views. The leaves start changing color and with this the whole look of the forest or mountain where they inhabit. Greens turn to browns and oranges, the air gets chillier but winter is still some distance away. You are still in time to pack your gear and head to the many camping sites our great country has to offer. All states have great camping spots and The Smart Camper’s Voice wants to bring you some insight into each states’ camping sites. A long list it will be, but by the time we are through, our readers will know exactly where to go camping throughout the United States.

The Centennial State

Rocky MountainsColorado brings some of the most amazing scenic destinations. The great Rocky mountains stand monumental all through the state. Far away they seem straight out of a movie and once upfront their majesty is unbeaten. Although many of the Rocky Mountain National Park camp sites are closed for the season, there are still several campsites open. The Moraine Park Campground is the park’s only year round campsite, located in a Ponderosa pine forest above the meadows of Moraine Park on Bear Lake Road. A great site for any mountain camping aficionado or photographer for its scenic views at 8160 ft.  On the other hand you can go to Rio Grande National Forrest, were 33 campgrounds with over 651 individual sites, where you can enjoy fishing, hiking or water activities such and boating and scuba diving. A very different scenario can be seen at the Great Sand Dunes National Park and Reserve. With the tallest sand dunes in the country, this national park is a great option for hiking and biking as well as sand boarding and sledding! Colorado is an amazing choice for any camping enthusiast, a beautiful state with hundreds of options. Pack your bags and enjoy nature at it’s fullest, but don’t forget to check out the The Smart Camper’s Voice before leaving.

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