Catalina Island is summer camp-like and gorgeous (and the chance to see wild buffalos). Camping, cabins, showers, toilets, fresh water, BBQs, fire pits.

10. Two Harbors

Glamping? You're on Governors Island. A private water taxi will take you to Three Peaks Lodge or a bathroom-equipped tent.

9. Three Peaks

Kalalau Beach lies at the end of a beautiful 11-mile journey in Na Pali Coast State Park.

8. Kalalau Beach

Treebones Resort features yurts, a solar-powered tent, and a human bird nest. Climb the secret staircase to the beach-view eucalyptus nest.

7. Treebones Resort

Everyone's bucket list includes the Grand Canyon, but that shouldn't diminish its beauty. North Rim camping is less congested than South Rim camping.

6. North Rim

Kittatinny features 350 Catskills campsites. Forest or Delaware River camping (yes, the one George Washington allegedly crossed en route to war).

5. Kittatinny Campground

Kirby Cobe's four private campgrounds are near the Golden Gate Bridge. Monterey's cypress-shaded grounds are near a rocky beach and picnic area.

4. Kirby Cove

Bison strolling by tents is a typical event at this campground in Badlands National Park.

3. Sage Creek

Biscayne National Park feels like another universe while being in view of downtown Miami, with amphibians, birds, coral, and fish.

2. Biscayne Park

This island features beach camping, swimming, surfing, crabbing, kayaking, and wild horses. 37 miles of coastline means lots of beachfront camping.

1. Assateague State Park

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