Fall is already upon us! Our team of experts have scoured the web to bring you the most informational list of 5 Camping Sites to visit this fall. 

#1  Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Straddling the North Carolina and Tennessee borders, the Great Smoky Mountains offer several different areas and types of camping sites for campers of all levels. Backcountry, frontcountry, group campgrounds, and horse camps are just a few of the options with views of the gorgeous fall views. 

#2 Big Basin Redwoods State Park

If you are looking for the perfect spot in the great state of California, Big Basin Redwoods State Park is well worth looking into. In addition to the comfortable fall temperatures, there are a number of hiking trails and bridges available for exploring at the Big Basin Redwoods State Park. 

#3 Coconino National Forest

If you’re not quite looking to venture out to California, the Coconino National Forest in Sedona, Arizona is a nearly 2 million acre forest located just outside of Flagstaff. Also known as the San Francisco Mountains National Forest Reserve, the area was first designated in 1908. 

#4 Grant Tetons National Park

Few landscapes and camping sites are as beautiful as the views of Grant Tetons National Park in Tenton, Wyoming. Known for the mountainous range and valleys such as the Grand Teton Peak, and Jackson Hole. A favorite tourist location if you are looking for a popular fall vacation destination with activities for all ages. 

#5 Bridger-Teton National Forest

Another hot spot in Wyoming is the large and luscious Bridger-Teton National Forest. Located on the western side of the state, it’s 3.4 million acres makes it the third largest National Forest outside of Alaska and is a prime reason for it’s spot on our top list of sites to visit this fall. 

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