With a recent heat wave and cooler nights, it’s easy to forget about campgrounds and the outdoors.
But there are still plenty of places to camp.
The National Parks Service has a wide array of places you can camp on private land, which is also where the National Park Service has designated areas for hiking, biking and camping.
Here are some of the places you may want to camp during the summer months.
The Forest Service, National Park SystemThe Forest Department is responsible for the vast majority of national parks and national forests in the United States, but they also have a small area in the Northeast where they can offer camping and recreation.
They have a few sites to camp on their public lands in New England, but not all.
The Forest Service maintains the North and South Platte Lakes National Lakeshore, which they also operate on the reservation of the New England Historical Society.
In Washington state, the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife, which oversees all state parks, is responsible and manages more than 40 national forests.
They also maintain the North Fork of the Snake River National Lakeservation in the western part of the state.
You can also camp on the lands of the Bureau of Land Management, which manages more parks and wilderness areas than any other federal agency.
You may also want to consider staying at the National Lakeside Hotel and Campground, which also has a large number of campsites in Washington state and other states.