If you enjoy spending time in the great outdoors in North Carolina, but don’t want to squat behind a tree when nature calls, this list is for you.
Upgraded Points analyzed 100 cities across the country to find the top glamping destinations. Data was collected on 13 different weighted factors within three main categories: accommodation, recreation, and climate. Among them were hiking trail mileage, treehouse Airbnb listings, and natural hazard risk scores.
So which North Carolina city ranked number one in all of the United States? I bet you could guess. Check out the top ten cities for glamping below.
North Carolina Tops As One Of The Best States in 2022 for Camping
Last year my significant other and I purchased a ton of camping equipment. This year I am so excited to finally use it. With fresh air, nature’s music, and fire-roasted food, few things are more relaxing than a camping trip in North Carolina.
We are lucky in North Carolina because we have a different array of camping environments. We have mountains, beaches, and epic waterfront views. To mark the start of camping season, Lawn Love ranked 2022’s Best States for Camping. North Carolina topped as one of those best states.
Overall, the West Coast is home to some of the country’s most majestic camping experiences. They have plenty of high-quality parks, trails, and gear for trekking through the incredible landscape. The Lone Star State ranks well in Supplies and Safety. Alaska boasts the highest total acreage of state and national parks with 35.8 million acres, nearly five times as big as that of the next state, California. Check out the top 30 states for camping in 2022 and where North Carolina falls on that list.