5 of the Best National Parks for Hammock Camping

By adminpro | June 23rd, 2017 | Camping, Hammocks, Travel

Hammock camping is one of life’s simple joys. There is nothing better than relaxing in your hammock, imagine this while overlooking the amazing vista of  a few of the best National Parks. There are little things that can compare to setting up your hammock in a beautiful spot with an unparalleled view overlooking natural treasures.

The best part is that you don’t even have to travel far. There are some amazing and exotic locations in your own state! So, pack your backpack and head on over to one of these astounding national parks that cater to the whims of hammock campers.

Trust us, once you see these parks, you’ll have your next hammocking adventure all planned out.

5 of the Best National Parks for Hammock Camping

Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park With lobsters, freely available and pine forests meeting up with the ocean, you can feel like a king in this national park. Located in Maine, this national park is a north eastern favorite and will have you glued to your camera all the time.

They are also canine friendly, so you can bring your best friend along for the trip. It can be challenging in peak season finding the ideal place to hang your hammock with an oceanic view. If you go further into the forests, you’ll find plenty of spots to hang your hammock.

It would also be a good idea to bring along some sun block. The summer months can get very hot, and those UV rays are merciless. The scenery is unusual, with cliffs overlooking the Atlantic Ocean. Unusual, but beautiful! Seeing Atlantic so blue and unhindered from your hammock is truly majestic.

Acadia National Park offers breath-taking views and hiking trails. You will find yourself on a new trail every day and finding each one more beautiful than the last.

Yosemite National Park

Yosemite National Park

In California, you will find this gorgeous gem among the Sierra Nevada. This national park has a few challenging hiking trails, but worth the effort. You will find yourself sleeping under a clear, starry sky. After all, the best things in life are earned and you will certainly have to work for this prize!

Along with the amazing views and bracing hiking trails, you will stumble across some of the most beautiful bodies of water. You will be able to stop for lunch in style, taking a few snap shots of the wondrous waterfalls you are bound to discover.

This park has everything that an avid nature enthusiast could ever want. You will find yourself coming back over and over again, never being fully convinced that you have discovered everything that the park has to offer.

Yosemite National Park is for outdoor enthusiasts and hammock aficionados, for those who don’t want the easy way out, but who want to be challenged and live on the wild side of life. This park is not for the faint hearted, but rather for the adventure seeking souls who aren’t afraid of a brisk hike.

Glacier National Park

 Glacier National Park

There are no words that can compare to the stunning natural beauty of Glacier National Park. Climate change is now threatening the survival of this park’s unique vistas and gorgeous views.

Known as the crown of the continent, Glacier is open to all who dare to explore its regal beauty. Thanks to the abundance of trees and flat ground, this park is perfect for hammocks, and you will be sure to find several spots with an amazing view.

You won’t be disappointed and will appreciate the giant lake that makes up the heart of this natural gem. The park is perfect for any season. It has activities that will keep you busy all throughout your stay.

Zion National Park

Zion National Park

This is not one of the easiest parks to hang a hammock, but it is definitely worth it when you find a location.  You’ll hike all day to find a suitable site, then turn around and feel your jaw drop and forget all about your aching muscles.

Zion National Park is all about the thrill of adventure and the beauty of nature. Utah’s first national park, you can feel the air of history as soon as you enter. This is where natives and pioneers walked. You will be setting up camp on sites where settlers rested hundreds of years ago.

Experience the rush of staring down into a narrow slotted canyon, gaze up in wonder at a cliff that is bathed in impossible yet completely natural colors. This park will absorb you into the past and enchant you with the present natural beauty. You won’t ever want to leave.

Grand Canyon National Park

And last, but not least, the Grand Canyon National Park. How can we make a list about camping and not include the Grand Canyon? This is arguably America’s most famous attraction and is a favorite among many avid campers.

This is due to its challenging hiking trails and astounding views. You get a real sense of adventure and stand in awe of nature’s beauty. The Grand Canyon will have you returning time and time again, each time finding different reasons to fall in love with this natural gem.

You cannot call yourself a hammock enthusiast without having gone to the Grand Canyon at least once. We know that you will fall in love with this location as much as we have.

Grand Canyon National Park

Conclusion:

Before packing up your gear and going to your nearest national parks, it would be a good idea to check their policies first. Many national parks are concerned about hammock straps cutting into the bark of trees. This is a valid concern, so be sure to have the proper gear like our Tree Saver Straps.

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