With more than 3,000 miles of geographical regions, the Rocky Mountains range is among the best places to camp at in the U.S. The region is vast, stretching from British Columbia all the way down to New Mexico. As such, you’ll discover one of the most diverse regions, from rugged national parks like Bryce Canyon, home to red rock formations and deserts, to Yellowstone National Park, a natural jewel with rivers, canyons, geysers, and thermal pools. Of course, there is also Glacier National Park, where you’ll enjoy water activities backdropped by snow peaked mountains. Start your adventure in the Rockies below. These rustic lodges are fitted with all the amenities you need to enjoy your stay in the outdoors. That means fireplaces for stories and hot tubs for relaxing after active days out.