Patagonia’s Spring Break Plans

Instead of planning another boring beach trip for spring break this year, use  your Patagonia gear for its full potential at some of the top campsites in the United States. Here is a list of top camping sites according to foxnews to get your planning started.

1. Devil’s Tower KOA

Devil's Tower KOA

Devil’s Tower is located in South Dakota. Go sightseeing on many trails and see many wild animals in their natural habitat, including deer, fox, and bald eagle. Camping cabins are available along with a pool onsite.

2. Craters of Diamonds State Park

Crater of Diamonds State Park

Cratersof Diamonds State Park is located in Arkansas. Have a blast while searching for diamonds on this site. Anything you find you can keep. There are RVs and tent set ups for any campers.

3. Nehalem Bay State Park

Nehalem Bay State Park

Nehalem Bay State Park is located right on the coast or Oregon. Electricity and water are offered at this campsite along with many hiking trails and water activities.

4. Baxter State Park

Baxter State Park

Baxter State Park is located in Kokodjo, Maine. It is located near Moosehead lake and has a perfect view of Mount Katahdin. Cabins, tents, and RVs are available for campers along with many other activities.

5. Apgar Campground

Apgar

Apgar Campground is located in the Western United States. This site is the largest camp ground in Glacier National Park. Cabins, RVs, and tents or available for campers to use. Many activites are offered such as horseback riding, and public bus tours of the national park.

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