America's Most Scenic Campgrounds

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These campsites with a view, from Alaska to Florida, are the perfect spots to pitch a tent or park an RV.

Stateline Campground, PariaCanyon/Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Utah

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The Site: This shady and serene oasis in the desert landscape (trees!) may be this area’s main draw. But it also puts you just one mile away from the Wire Pass trailhead, which winds through a gorgeous slot canyon of rock and sand formations. The campground is also at an elevation of more than 5,000 feet, which helps mitigate the area’s heat.

The Basics: Four sites; covered picnic tables, fire pits, vaulted toilets, no water; take all trash out with you; no RVs; no fee; no reservations.

Stateline Campground, Paria Canyon/Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Utah

America's Most Scenic Campgrounds

Stateline Campground, PariaCanyon/Vermilion Cliffs Wilderness, Utah

The Site: This shady and serene oasis in the desert landscape (trees!) may be this area’s main draw. But it also puts you just one mile away from the Wire Pass trailhead, which winds through a gorgeous slot canyon of rock and sand formations. The campground is also at an elevation of more than 5,000 feet, which helps mitigate the area’s heat.

The Basics: Four sites; covered picnic tables, fire pits, vaulted toilets, no water; take all trash out with you; no RVs; no fee; no reservations.

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