WASHINGTON — Summer is the best time all year to go camping. The sun’s out and the weather couldn’t be any more perfect for hiking, camping and hitting the road. But the real question is, where exactly should you go this season?
Some places like Death Valley National Park are better to visit during the winter and spring, while other regions like New England really shine during the fall when you can see foliage. But for most places, June-September is the prime time to get out and explore, like these fifteen incredibly scenic destinations.
1. Lake Erie
Where to stay: Cedar Point – Lighthouse Point Campground
Lake Erie has miles of glistening shoreline in Ohio, Pennsylvania, New York, Michigan and Ontario. The long stretch in Ohio is especially popular during the summer, with beautiful sandy beaches and islands that you can access by ferry.
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