From the bloggers at Mother Nature Network.
Let’s face it: Camping is even better when you have a fantastic waterfront view. And there’s nothing to keep you going through a tough winter like dreaming up some ideas for your next green outdoor adventure. We’ve picked 10 sweet camping sites with a variety of waterfront locations — on lakes, rivers, the ocean and more — that afford great views and plenty of recreational opportunities.
Kenai Fjords National Park
It might not be what comes to most people’s minds when they think of waterfront camping, but the 12 walk-in wilderness campsites at Exit Glacier are indeed in the shadow of a pretty massive body of water — it’s just in ice form. The site of the first recorded crossing of the Harding Icefield, Exit Glacier is still on the move; you can walk to its terminus when water levels are low, but watch out for falling chunks! The Exit Glacier area also contains a dramatic day hike in the Harding Icefield Trail. Those who prefer their water wet can kayak the fjords.
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