Most Scenic Places to Plant Your Tent Camper in the United States

One of the best things about renting a rugged tent trailer from Bend, Oregon and traveling around the U.S. is that there are so many great places to camp. Adventure seekers can enjoy the fresh air, glorious mountains, and clear lakes and streams during a weekend (or longer) tent trailer camping trip.

Bend, Oregon Gateway to tent Camper Adventures of All kinds

Not only can you set up your all in one tent camper at picturesque locations located minutes from Bend, you can also enjoy plenty of music festivals, hiking trails, fishing, swimming and more activities in the great wide wilderness. Your perfect outdoor tent camper rental adventure trip awaits.

Here are a few of our favorite western locations to explore in a rugged tent camper rental:

Crater Lake National Park, Oregon Tent Camper Heaven

This park is not only home to the United State’s deepest lake (1,943 feet) but is also home to a sleeping volcano — so there’s plenty of photo opportunities for nature lovers. Campers can choose between Mazama (for RV and tent camper locations) and Lost Creek (tents only) campgrounds. And yes, there’s also backcountry camping with a permit.

Tent Camper Adventures at Joshua Tree State Park, California

There are a number of campsites located in this park, including Jumbo Rocks Campground, known for its big boulder rocks that shelter sites from the wind. But you can also choose between the park’s 124 sites among its 800,000 acres, which are all first-come, first-serve. Plenty of options to see the park’s namesake, the Mojave Desert native Joshua tree.

Tent Camper Coast Explorations at Olympic National Park, Washington

You can reach this campground along an easy walk through Olympic National Park. There’s nothing like camping next to this beautiful coastline, marked by several sea stacks — and did we mention that campfires on the beach are permitted here?

Tent Camper Sunsets at Grand Canyon National Park, Arizona

There’s no place like the Grand Canyon if you want a stunning view. Reservations are recommended for two of the three developed campgrounds during the summer. Backcountry camping is also allowed with a permit. While the South Rim is easier to get to, it can get a little crowded. For a more secluded stay, try the North Rim, if you don’t mind having a little harder time getting there.

Explore Gunnison National Forest, Colorado in a Tent Camper

With 3,000 miles of trails and 1.6 million acres of public land, you’re guaranteed a beautiful view of the Rocky Mountains here. Gunnison also offers a variety of landscapes to stay among its 30 campsites, including ones on open meadows, evergreen forests, mountains, and right by the lakes.

Tent Camper Mountain Excitement at Glacier National Park, Montana

There are 13 developed campgrounds and more than 1,000 sites for you to stay and bask in the beautiful views of glaciers America’s north. Hikers can also enjoy 700 miles of trails through forests, meadows, and mountains.

Three to Five Day Tent Camper Adventures

Big Mountain Adventures provides one-stop-shop tent trailer rentals that are your gateway to exciting camping moments for the entire family. Our Freespirit adventure tent trailers are backcountry built for glamping adventures of every kind and come with all the essential camping equipment inside, so you can explore Oregon in style and comfort.

Spend mornings on the Oregon coast with freshly brewed french press coffee and gray whales playing in the surf, or marvel at our Milky Way at night in the Alvord Desert. Oregon is a destination of incredible landscapes and moments on the road that will leave you with vacation memories to last a lifetime. Rent one today!