There's really nothing like the great outdoors. We have to admit, this is especially so when it comes to coastal landscapes the world across. Waking up at camp and seeing where the ocean meets the earth? Yeah, we'll take it.
That's why we've laid out these top five coastal campsites, which are perfect for families, couples and solo adventurers seeking a water-fueled holiday. Whether for access to the surf or simply for the views, we promise that you won't want to skip out on them.Camusdarach in Arisaig, Scotland
It's no secret that the British Isles, Scotland included, is a majestic slice of earthly inhabitance. Camusdarach—a quaint campground on the coast of Arisaig, Scotland—serves as a basis for campers to take part in a load of activities, like fishing and wildlife tours. All the while, tent-pitchers and RV-ers co-mingle in a comfortable environ…
Camping in British Columbia finds its way onto the bucket list of many an outdoor enthusiast. Its sheer vastness and unparalleled beauty make it a getaway for all kinds of folks. Most people seek this region for a quietness that can't be found elsewhere, and these peaceful campsites in British Columbia are some of the best. Here is our best picks of the perfect Canadian camping spots in British Columbia.Otter Lake Campground
Seemingly transported from the 1960's, when this campground first opened, Otter Lake Provincial Park provides campers with an amazing getaway. Located within Okanagan, you can drive up to your campsite, which offers a quiet feel without being too remote. It doesn't get too crowded, which is good news for those that choose to set up camp there. Mountains, canyons and lakes surround you, granting you the best scenery that BC has to offer.Sidney Spit Campground in G…
The national parks of America call to European travellers and North American road trippers alike for one reason or another. Whether you're after Yellowstone, Grand Canyon, Yellowstone or another spectacular site, you'll want to be privy to the ins and outs of national park camping. As such, we're here to shed some light on just what you need to know before jetting to America with a tent in tow.Reserve Your Spot
There are a few reasons why it's so important to reserve your spot. For one, American National Parks can often be busy places, so you'll want to ensure you'll actually have a cabin to sleep in or a place to lay your tent before making the long trek there. Moreover, each park often has unique rules for how long you can stay and where you can do so, so it's best to cover all the bases ahead of time to avoid hiccups.
There are many incredible sites around Australia that are perfect for pitching your tent, but over the course of our travels, we’ve compiled a list of what we believe are the five best Campsites in Australia get ready to explore a wondrous place.5. Cape York – Queensland
For those of you with a rugged 4x4 and a thirst for adventure, you can’t go wrong with Cape York up in far north Queensland.
Cape York hosts lots of campgrounds so it’s difficult to pick just one that you should stay at, they’re all well looked after and are surrounded by stunning nature and great views.
There are lots of fantastic driving trails for you to explore, and plenty of places to stop and have a look or take a swim. One such place is ‘Fruitbat Falls’, a beautiful oasis with crystal clear water and a beautiful waterfall.