Well-known state park campgrounds include North Rim Campground at Grand Canyon National Park, White River Campground at Mount Rainier National Park and Jedediah Smith Campground at Jedediah Smith Redwood State Park. Garden Key Campground at Dry Tortugas National Park and Bartlett Cove Campground at Glacier National Park are also popular.
The North Rim Campground in Arizona offers tent and RV camping; reservations are required. The campground is located at an elevation of 8,200 feet. It is filled with Ponderosa pines and borders Transept Canyon. There are multiple hiking trails accessible to campers, including the Transept Trail, the Bridle Trail and the North Kaibab Trail. There are 90 campsites in total, complete with picnic tables and campfire rings.
The White River Campground has a total of 112 camping sites with amenities like picnic tables, fire platforms, water and flush toilets. The campground sits at an elevation of 4,232 feet, providing spectacular views for both backpackers and car campers. The camping ground is located close to the White River and has access to numerous hiking trails.
The Jedediah Smith Campground in California is located near the Smith River in an old-growth redwood grove. It is open all year round and has 86 spots available for tents or RVs.