Home to six of the earliest formed states in the U.S. (Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, Massachusetts, Rhode Island and Connecticut), it is no surprise that nearly anywhere you go, there is a historical event waiting to be uncovered. The pride New England natives have is undeniable and can be felt by the thousands of tourists that flock into the country's oldest city of Boston, toward the coastline beach towns of Cape Cod and Rhode Island, and up through the ski slopes of New Hampshire, Vermont and Maine. Not looking for New England's urban vibe? Well, there is space for the thousands of glampers just like you searching for the country's most exclusive and unique sites too. You can visit the second highest peak in the northeast at Mount Washington (6,000ft), view the regions longest river at the Connecticut River, or enjoy the tranquil environment amongst the areas largest lakes such as Moosehead Lake and Lake Winnipesaukee. With warm summers, bright and colorful falls, and chilly winters, the options for luxury camping sites along the rolling hills, vast valleys, glistening lakes, and sandy beaches are endless. This northeast region has so much to offer, so make sure to discover what it has in store for you.