There's nothing like getting out in the great outdoors and camping, is there?

I've always enjoyed being outdoors and I'm not opposed to pitching a tent and spending a few days in the outdoors. Peace, quiet, the smell of food cooking over an open fire. I'm all for that. When I was a kid, this consisted of my brother and I pitching the tent in our yard (I grew up on 40 acres in the mountains of California) and spending the night outside with our dad. Of course, we ended up sneaking back into the house at some point during the night, but that's besides the point.

So where is the best place to camp in the entire state of Wyoming?

Well, according to Travel and Leisure Magazine, the best place is Jenny Lake Campground in Grand Teton National Park. This was part of a list of the best places to camp in every state, as told by the publication. They highlighted the dramatic backdrop, the wildlife, Snake River and Cascade Canyon.

There's also a delicious lodge nearby where you can stop for a five-course dinner. Just in case your meal ends up down river.