Did you know that there are over 8,565 State Parks scattered across the United States? Gathering over 800 million visitors each year, the popularity and awareness of State Park camping is growing.
The Discover Blog recently put together a list of the best State Park in each of the 50 states in the U.S., and today, we would like to share that list with you.
1. DeSoto State Park, Alabama 2. Chugach State Park, Alaska 3. Red Rock State Park, Arizona 4. Mount Magazine State Park, Arkansas 5. Humboldt Redwoods State Park, California 6. State Forest State Park, Colorado 7. Gillette Castle State Park, Connecticut 8. Cape Henlopen State Park, Delaware 9. Ichetucknee Springs State Park, Florida 10. Cloudland Canyon State Park, Georgia 11. Waimea Canyon State Park, Hawaii 12. Bruneau Dunes State Park, Idaho 13. Starved Rock State Park, Illinois 14. Brown County State Park, Indiana 15. Backbone State Park, Iowa 16. Historic Lake Scott State Park, Kansas 17. Natural Bridge State Resort Park, Kentucky 18. Fontainebleau State Park, Louisiana 19. Baxter State Park, Maine 20. Assateague State Park, Maryland 21. Bash Bish Falls State Park, Massachusetts 22. Tahquamenon Falls State Park, Michigan 23. Tettegouche State Park, Minnesota 24. Tishomingo State Park, Mississippi 25. Lake of the Ozarks State Park, Missouri 26. Giant Springs State Park, Montana 27. Fort Robinson State Park, Nebraska 28. Valley of Fire State Park, Nevada 29. Franconia Notch State Park, New Hampshire 30. Liberty Park State Park, New Jersey 31. City of Rocks State Park, New Mexico 32. Letchworth State Park, New York 33. Jockey’s Ridge State Park, North Carolina 34. Fort Ransom State Park, North Dakota 35. Hocking Hills State Park, Ohio 36. Lake Murray State Park, Oklahoma 37. Silver Falls State Park, Oregon 38. Ricketts Glen State Park, Pennsylvania 39. Lincoln Woods State Park, Rhode Island 40. Myrtle Beach State Park, South Carolina 41. Custer State Park, South Dakota 42. Fall Creek Falls State Park, Tennessee 43. Palo Duro Canyon State Park, Texas 44. Dead Horse Point State Park, Utah 45. Smugglers’ Notch State Park, Vermont 46. First Landing State Park, Virginia 47. Deception Pass State Park, Washington 48. Blackwater Falls State Park, West Virginia 49. Devil’s Lake State Park, Wisconsin 50. Buffalo Bill State Park, Wyoming
From the beautiful Chugach State Park in Alaska to the scenic Baxter State Park in Maine, there may be a beautiful state park in your backyard!
Check out the blog post for more details about each State Park location by Clicking Here.
Then, head to our rentals page, so you can start planning and booking your next great State Park adventure!
Editor. “The Best State Park in Each State.” The Discoverer, The Discoverer, 19 Aug. 2019, https://www.thediscoverer.com/blog/the-best-state-park-in-each-state/?fbclid=IwAR03JeY2P8HLl-2POL8r88Kz2sgBBvBPtmp84GTQ0p9Xevr-7StNLu4vh4c.
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