Best National Parks for Camping

The Travel Channel recently on the Best National Parks in which to go camping.

"Embrace nature, and sleep under the stars in one of the country's great national parks," she wrote. "The parks' 1000s of campsites offer something for everyone. Families unload minivans or RVs and create a home away from home with multiroom tents and campfire feasts at well-appointed campsites, while backpackers rest their achy bones at isolated backcountry spots. Here are some of the best places to go camping at national parks."

Plum Auvil separated the list into categories, and for the Best National Park for RV Camping she selected Yosemite National Park, California

"Yosemite National Park is a great option for car campers and road-tripping RVers who don't want to leave behind all of the comforts of home," she wrote. "The park has 10 campgrounds with ample space for RVs and trailers. There are no utility hookups at any of the sites, but you will find bathrooms, fire pits and food lockers. Get your reservations as early as possible as campgrounds fill up quickly during prime tourist season from April through September. In Yosemite Valley, RVs can unpack and settle in Upper, Lower and North Pines campgrounds and enjoy great views of the towering rock formations and easy access to hiking trails to Lower and Upper Yosemite Falls."

The other categories included: Beach Camping, Backcountry Camping, Forest Camping and Isolated Camping. Click on the link above to see which park won for each category.