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What National Parks can I use my Haven Tent at?Updated 2 months ago

National parks where hammock camping is allowed:

  • Acadia National Park (ME) - Not allowed in backcountry
  • Arches National Park (UT) - Bring a hammock stand. No trees!
  • Big Bend National Park (TX)
  • Biscayne National Park (FL)
  • Black Canyon of the Gunnison National Park (CO)
  • Bryce Canyon National Park (UT)
  • Canyonlands National Park (UT)
  • Capitol Reef National Park (UT)
  • Colorado National Monument (CO)
  • Congaree National Park (SC)
  • Crater Lake National Park (OR)
  • Cuyahoga Valley National Park (OH) - Not allowed in backcountry
  • Death Valley National Park (CA)
  • Denali National Park (AK)
  • Dry Tortugas National Park (FL)
  • Everglades National Park (FL)
  • Glen Canyon National Recreation Area (UT)
  • Grand Teton National Park (WY)
  • Great Basin National Park (NV)
  • Great Smoky Mountains National Park (NC/TN)
  • Guadalupe Mountains National Park (TX)
  • Hawaii Volcanoes National Park (HI)
  • Hot Springs National Park (AR)
  • Isle Royale National Park (MI)
  • Kings Canyon National Park (CA)
  • Lassen Volcanic National Park (CA)
  • Mammoth Cave National Park (KY)
  • Mesa Verde National Park (CO)
  • Mount Rainier National Park (WA)
  • Olympic National Park (WA)
  • Rocky Mountain National Park (CO)
  • Saguaro National Park (AZ) - Do not hang from the cactus!
  • Sequoia National Park (CA)
  • Shenandoah National Park (VA)
  • Theodore Roosevelt National Park (ND)
  • Yellowstone National Park (WY)
  • Yosemite National Park (CA)
  • Zion National Park (UT)

National parks where hammock camping is not allowed:

  • Carlsbad Caverns National Park (NM) - Allowed in backcountry.
  • Channel Islands National Park (CA)
  • Gateway Arch National Park (MO)
  • Great Sand Dunes National Park (CO)
  • Joshua Tree National Park (CA)
  • Petrified Forest National Park (AZ)
  • Redwood National and State Parks (CA)


It's important to note that this list is subject to change. Before hammock camping in a national park, it's always a good idea to check with the park's website or visitor center for the most up-to-date rules and regulations. Keep in mind, where camping is allowed you can always hammock camp with a hammock stand. And the Haven Tent can always be pitched as a ground tent if you find yourself unable to hang. 

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