|Above, The Beast at Joshua Tree National Park's Cottonwood Spring Campground. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
Summer vacation is fast approaching and before we know it, it'll be here.
If you are planning to visit one of our national parks and camp, you'd probably like to know which are the best campgrounds.
Unfortunately, Cottonwood Spring Campground (pictured above) at Joshua Tree National Park is not one of them (I liked it anyway), but National Geographic has a list of "10 Best Campgrounds In The Parks" that you may like.
They begin with:
There are few better traditions in the United States than taking to the road and pulling into a national park campground for a few nights of adventure. Of course, the parks can be crowded, so the best spots to pitch a tent are off the beaten trail, where they immerse you a bit deeper into the landscape and unique history that make these parks national treasures. Dig into our picks below and start planning your spring break and summer vacation now.To read more, go here.