If you think Kansas only consists of flat, prairie land, you haven’t visited Cedar Bluff State Park. The park is built around a reservoir and is named for its soaring limestone bluffs.
2. West Texas
Many campers spend winters on the Gulf Coast but West Texas offers Big Bend National Park and some amazing campgrounds!
Visit western Michigan to enjoy beautiful scenery and summer fun on the shores of Lake Michigan.
3. Western Michigan
4. Mammoth cave
This underrated national park has way more than just the cave. Enjoy miles of wooded hiking trails and kayaking on the Green River.
While the peaks aren't as big as the ones out west, the Georgia Mountains are stunningly beautiful and offer amazing summer weather!
5. Georgia Mountains
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