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The 15 Best National Park Campsites in America

A good campsite is so much more than a place to sleep. It’s a capstone to your day of hiking, a scenic spot where you can sit down, relax, and end a great day on the trail with a great night, watching the sun go down and the stars begin to sparkle. Pitch your tent at one of these top-notch national park sites-like Lower Rae Lake at Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks, pictured up top-to see what we mean.

Bear Glacier Lake, Alaska:
Watch and listen as Bear Glacier calves icebergs into the lake. Photo by: Michael DeYoung
Up in the north, the vistas are so plentiful you’ll almost never find a line to see them. Up there, hikers can’t outpace nature long enough to establish more than a small handful of trails. That’s where you find beauty unrestricted by size or imagination and unmarred by those who have come before. Bear Glacier Lake of Kenai Fjords is one of those places. Read more…

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