From the bloggers at Outside Online.
Campgrounds around the country are now opening for summer reservations. So it’s time to start booking trips—we’ve selected a few of our favorite around the U.S., places that not only offer scenic places to pitch a tent, but also have unique amenities like hot springs, food trucks, sushi bars, stargazing, movie nights, and more.
Mystic Hot Springs, Monroe, Utah
Mystic Hot Springs, which was started by an artist on his way back from a Grateful Dead show in Las Vegas and feels like a 60s-era commune in the middle of the Utah desert. It’s not for everyone, but if you’re into hot springs, water massages, vintage buses, and music festivals, it could be for you. You can camp on grassy sites or sleep in a cabin or a painted school bus and hike, bike, and fish by day. Campsites from $30.
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