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I wouldn't worry about camping. It's outside, and you can plan on cooking a lot of your food. This time of year, national parks aren't usually crowded. Fuel stops are generally self-serve (except in Oregon), so not a problem. Just be sure you're fully vaxxed, and don't hang around large crowds (indoors or outdoors). Should be just fine.

We did a sweep through several parks maybe 10 or 15 years ago. It was almost all camping. We did Great Basin, Cedar Breaks, Zion, North Rim...we only stayed in hotels to shower and charge camera batteries. About once every three or four days. We cooked most of our food on the grills in the campground (just had to buy charcoal).

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