How to camp in 10 different locations for a week with this simple guide

I have been on the hunt for a perfect campground for the last week or so.

It seems that a lot of people have been putting in a lot more hours than I am.

I’ve spent countless nights camping out and camping out at different places.

I have had people ask me if I am going to be able to sleep in their cars and I have often been told that I could only do that if I stayed at a tent.

That was a bit much for me.

I love camping and camping at home, but it has definitely become a lot easier for me when camping in a tent or RV.

Here are 10 places I’ve been and things I’m looking forward to this week.


Grand Canyon National Park Grand Canyon is a place that everyone loves.

If you are looking for a place to camp for a couple nights or more, it’s one of the most beautiful parks in the country.

The park is a mix of desert and open space, and the campgrounds are located in various spots.

Some are more than 10,000 feet, while others are just over 3,000.

The Grand Canyon has two national parks: Grand Canyon State Park and Grand Canyon Grand Canyon.

I’m sure you have heard of both, but I won’t lie, Grand Canyon was the more popular one when it was first opened.

It is where you can camp, swim, camp and enjoy the park without having to pay for a permit.

The parks are located within a short drive of each other, but they do have their own trails, which you can easily hike or bike to and back to.

Here’s a list of the popular campsites, along with what I’ve found so far.

The campgrounds in Grand Canyon are so big that there is no reason to get lost if you want to get away from it all. 

 Grand Canyon State Campground (19 miles from the entrance) (Flickr) The Grand Canyon camping areas are not really big, but are very well marked with signs and maps.

The best thing about Grand Canyon state campgrounds is that you are able to reserve your spot online.

 You can book in at the Grand Canyon website or at any of the state parks.

The campgrounds I have visited are at: Canyon Lake State Campgrounds (2,500 feet elevation) (Flickr)  The Canyon Lake campground is the biggest and has the most tents and a lot to see and do.

The main attraction is the view of the Grand Wash.

The campground has lots of waterfalls, so you can enjoy the scenery without the crowds.

The trail system is very good, but the main reason to go is to see the Grand Walk.

This campground does not have any showers or bathrooms, so it’s best to bring a small rain jacket. 

The main attraction to the park is the Grand wash, which is located at the end of the Canyon Lake trail.

I have seen many of the waterfalls at Grand Canyon and never really had a problem with water.

There is a waterfall at the Canyon lake trailhead, but no restrooms or showers are available there.

It is not a big park, so there are not many options to explore, but you can see the other waterfalls in the Grand Wats (2 miles from Grand Canyon).

I love the way the Grand river runs through the park.

Grand Canyon Falls (2.5 miles from Canyon Lake Campground)  (Flickr: Jayne Smith) Grand canyon falls is located about 1,500 meters (3,000 ft) from the parking area at the entrance to the Grand canyon park. 

You are able just to walk through the falls and see the rocks. 

It is a great place to see some of the beautiful waterfalls and can be a great experience if you like the desert.

My favorite waterfalls are Grand Canyon Falls, Grand Creek Falls and Canyon Lake Falls.

Here’s a video of some of my favorite falls in the park: Grand Lake Falls (1,500 ft elevation)  (via Instagram) This is a pretty simple hike to the top of Grand Canyon to see Grand Canyon, but for a day or two I would recommend this hike if you are in the area. 

I have been able to hike to Grand Lake Falls several times and the views are beautiful.

If you are coming from the Grand Tetons or Big Sur, you will not have to worry about getting lost or getting lost in the water.

The water is shallow and it is not very steep.

You can also get there by hiking up the trail from the main entrance to Grand Canyon or Canyon Lake.

What I love about this hike is that it is just a short hike to see a variety of different waterfalls.

Canyon Lake Falls (1,000ft elevation)   (Flickr/Matt Cramer) Canyon lake is one of my all-time favorite