3. Yellowstone National Park
Have you been to Yellowstone during summer? What did you see? Chances are, you only saw the tops of peoples heads while you were rubbing elbows with everyone around you. It gets super crowded here which kind of takes away from the feeling of being in the great outdoors.
So how can we avoid the wall of people in front of us? Go during fall. Between Labor Day and the first snowfall of winter is the best off-season timeframe to travel to Yellowstone. Things are a lot quieter here, which means the park will be more like the haven you imagined.
The downfall to this plan is that amenities for campers are widely closed, but if you’re the type who likes to rough it, then this is the time to go.