Camelopardalids could be the best meteor shower this year
Campgrounds are a great place to watch a meteor shower. There is usually little or no light to interfere with the natural light of the stars. You've never seen so many stars as you will on a clear night in a campground.
This meteor shower is caused by the earth passing through the debris from comet 209P/LINEAR. Meteors will radiate out from the little known constellation Camelopardalis; which is below the end of the handle of the Little Dipper.
So, if the sky is clear, point your lounge chair to the north, snuggle up in your sleeping bag and watch how Mother Nature puts on a fireworks display.