15 Amazing Campgrounds In America For When You Need Chill Vibes

1. Jenny Lake Campground, Moran, Wyoming

“It’s a quiet, cozy campground in Grand Teton National Park with the most gorgeous views of the mountains. They are just so close to your tent! Plus, it’s a perfect area for moose or bear sightings.” 
2. Assateague State Park, Assateague Island, Maryland

“To camp here is to camp right on the beach, with wild horses everywhere. And it’s affordable, too!”

3. Waters Canoe Area Wilderness, Gooseberry Falls, Minnesota

Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) has more than 1,500 miles of canoe routes, about 2,200 designated campsites, and tons of lake and streams and hiking trails — in other words, it’s huge! “There are also ‘leave no trace’ rules in place to maintain the rustic, unadulterated wilderness. And even though there are portages and designated campsites, it’s still pretty remote. It’s a great place to just enjoy the present and take a breather. Be away from it all.”  4. Lodgepole Campground, Three Rivers, California