Beach camping here is a highlight, but visitors can also enjoy biking and walking paths around the island.
With 90 miles of pristine coastline, visitors can enjoy various activities, from swimming, surfing, hiking, and fishing.
This state park in the Florida Keys offers everything from snorkeling to stargazing and beautiful white sand beaches.
From its rugged coastline to snow-capped mountaintops, Olympic National Park boasts diverse landscapes to explore.
The Padre Island National Seashore offers nearly 70 miles of beaches along the Gulf of Mexico.
The natural wonderland that is Cumberland Island National Seashore features beaches, dunes, marshes, and freshwater lakes.
The park is celebrated for the dunes at the Dune Climb and beaches like Platte River Point.
Pitch your tent among the dunes at this beautiful North Carolina beach camping site, surrounded by around 56 miles of unspoiled beaches.
Camping permits are required, and amenities such as restrooms and showers are available.
North Beach, just off Highway 1 and behind some dunes near the beach, and Oceano Dunes, near Oceano Lagoon and a short distance from the shoreline.
In addition to cabins and yurts, there are plenty of primitive camping options.