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These Campgrounds Make Halloween Camping More Memorable3 min read

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Halloween is probably the most awaited festival of the holiday season. Apart from marking the start of the festivities, Halloween is super fun. Whether planning to spend the holiday with the family, friends, or going solo, Halloween usually is all about dressing up, eating candies, carving pumpkins and trying to be scary (or spooky at least!).

Campgrounds That Make Halloween Camping Even More Memorable

Are you looking for best spots to get hooked this Halloween? Use this vacation planner to make your Halloween more memorable by camping at some of the best campsites in USA.  

Jumbo Rocks Campground, California:


Operating strictly on the first-cum-first serve basis, Jumbo Rocks Campgrounds is located inside the Joshua Tree National Park. With 124 designated campsites, a short hike from here will take you to some of the most beautiful rock formations in the United States.

Note: Bring your own water.

High Falls State Park, Georgia:


Light a fire and dress up at one of the 97 campsites at the High Falls State Park. Spread over more than 1000 acres of land, plan a trip to this Georgian state park where popular activities include boating, fishing, miniature golf, geocaching, and hiking.

Killens Pond State Park, Delaware:


Set up your tent amidst the picturesque settings of soaring pine trees and a millpond. With RV camping and cabins rentals available all year long, Killens Pond State Park makes for a killer-choice this Halloween! Plan an itinerary but make sure you set aside time for hiking, fishing, boating, camping, swimming, canoeing here.

Death Valley National Park, California:


Treating you to some of the most dramatic landscapes and strikingly beautiful colours on earth, the Death Valley National Park. The views of the blooming wildflowers against the backdrop of volcanic mountains is a sight to behold! With amenities like gas, restrooms, and convenience stores, car and RV camping is quite popular here.

Wharton State Forest, New Jersey:


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Snuggled right in the heart of the Pinelands National Reserve, Wharton State Forest offers its visitors a unique chance to experience the Pine Barrens ecosystem. Open all year long, these 125,000 acres of forest offers one of the best campsites in the United States. With 9 campgrounds and 9 rustic cabins, hiking, boating, paddling, and fishing are some of the most popular activities here.

Ponca State Park, Nebraska:

Sitting along the Missouri River, this state park attracts history, biology, ecology, astronomy, geology and archaeology enthusiast all year long. But Halloween here is fun too! Ponca State Park has its own annual Halloween event every year. Having a number of campsites and cabins that cater to all your basic needs, hiking is the most popular activity here.

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