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Campsite Photos, Camping Pictures, and Campground Reviews

CampsitePhotos.com features photos of each campsite in public and private campgrounds throughout the USA including State Parks, National Parks, BLM, National Forest and other campgrounds. It's a great way to see what you're getting before and after you make a reservation! You'll also find additional information about each campground including campground descriptions, amenities, directions, maps, reviews and more.

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See some photos of Arizona's best campgrounds!

For some reason Arizona reminds me of old songs by the Eagles.Take It Easy, Peaceful Easy Feeling, Tequila Sunrise, and of course Desperado.They conjure up images of the stark desert in my mind, broken up by the occasional oasis of green. And prickly things. While almost all the vegetation in the… Continue Reading »

Another Taste of Texas (State Parks)

Yep, I am back in the Lone Star State for another visit on my way west.I enjoyed one final sunrise at White Oak Lake in Arkansas before hitting the road. I visited 8 state parks in the last 10 days starting with Ray Roberts Lake.It turned out that there are two… Continue Reading »

Big Sur's Best Campsites - Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park

In October we decided to go check out what the hubbub was all about regarding the campground at Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. Getting a reservation at this campground is extremely difficult because there are only two campsites and they are located right on a cliff at Big Sur. … Continue Reading »

Camping in The Natural State

That's what I have been doing for the last two weeks. I felt free and unencumbered. Closer to nature. It was...Arkansas.See, that is their motto. The Natural State. I did not mean to suggest I was camping in my birthday suit, although that would be interesting.Anyway, after a quick stop at… Continue Reading »

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Campsite Report

And the long and winding roadI am 469 miles long to be precise. I am bookended in the north by Shenandoah National Park and in the south by Great Smoky Mountains National Park.To paraphrase Mick Jagger:"Pleased to meet you, can you guess my name?"If you guessed the Blue Ridge Parkway you… Continue Reading »

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