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5 of the Best Walkable Cities

San Francisco Skyline

San Francisco Skyline

Did you ever say no to a vacation destination because you knew when it came to seeing the sights that meant additional drive time compounded with additional time spent looking for parking? Let’s face it, not all camping trip adventures begin and end at the campsite and the walkability of a destination city can play a major role in your camp choice. One of the great things about Thousand Trails locations is their proximity to big cities and their attractions. SmarterTravel, an online travel site that offers advice and tips on major destinations, among other services, recently ranked several popular destination cities in terms of their walkability. Redfin also did a roundup of walkable cities, and while their list matches SmarterTravel, they also gave each of the top cities a ranking. Lucky for anyone camping with us, several in the Top 10 have a campground near them. Get ready to get those steps in!

  1. San Francisco was given an 87.4% when it comes to walkability, placing it in the #2 spot. Albeit a hilly walk, it is easy to navigate your way around some of the city’s top areas without needing a car to explore these places. Several of the must-see neighborhoods within the city present walkable options including the city’s iconic Chinatown. Check out for great self-guided walking tour options that include an architecture walk, a Fisherman’s Wharf walking tour, and one for the city’s Union Square, which is the central shopping district and where you will find the famous cable cars.

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