[et_pb_section][et_pb_row][et_pb_column type=”4_4″][et_pb_text]As spring moves in, the sun and the clouds are parting ways. It’s a welcome change after an especially cloudy, rainy winter in the Northeast. On the right half of the country, spring brings a plethora of outdoor activities, camping being first on the list for those eager to fit more than a few hours of enjoyment into a day. For many national parks, camping season kicked off in early March. Peak season isn’t until summer, but spring has its benefits, like less crowding, easier reservations, and moderate temperatures. Since the East Coast is now awakening from winter’s hibernation, we’re highlighting some of its best and beloved spots for enjoying the season.