Moraine Park Campground, at 8,160 feet, is the largest campground in Rocky Mountain National Park but it doesn’t feel that way. It conceals its size by situating itself over many rolling hills on the northern slope of Moraine Park, which isolates sections of the campground from one another. It offers incredible views of Moraine Park below it and the mountain peaks that surround it, including Long’s Peak, the tallest mountain in the park at 14, 258 feet.
Jenny Lake Campground is the toughest campground to get into at Grand Teton National Park, and for good reason. It is tent-only – no large vehicles, RVs, or loud generators are allowed in the campground, which makes for an incredibly peaceful and serene camping experience. It just feels “old-school” and quaint; it’s not a sprawling campground with new, wide roads that accommodate large vehicles. Furthermore, its location next to Jenny Lake is perfect for getting to many great destinations in the park.