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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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The Battle of Kings Mountain

Kings Mountain State Park, SCOctober 7, 1780. A deadly battle was fought on the top of Kings Mountain in South Carolina.Thomas Jefferson called it "the turning point" in the War for Independence.I visited the battleground on Wednesday and came away with a deep respect for the people who fought so hard… Continue Reading »

Five Great South Carolina State Parks

An awesome BBQ sauce recipe for camping. And a photo tip on shooting the sunrise and sunset.I received an email from my friend Max, who along with his wife Cindy run a great campground called Beaver Lake in Custer City, South Dakota.He said I should try the mustard-based BBQ sauce… Continue Reading »

How to Find the Best California Beach Campsite

California has 840 miles of beautiful coastline, with the tidal shoreline (including small bays and inlets) making it a total of 3,427 miles. It includes some of the most picturesque coastal locations in the U.S. and world.The California coast is also home to about 40 public "beach" campgrounds scattered from… Continue Reading »

Check out some great campgrounds in Georgia and South Carolina... and The Mist!

I was excited. I was going to visit the highest state park in Georgia. Enjoy spectacular views and wonderful hiking opportunities.But it didn't happen. The Mist happened.I left Vogel State Park a week ago Sunday after a final creekside taco dinner on Saturday evening.The rain started that night and continued for… Continue Reading »

Amazing Georgia Campgrounds, Silly Signs, Muddy Shoes and a Campfire Story!

Last Friday I arrived at Mistletoe State Park.I have been heading northwest following the Savannah River from the Georgia coast. There are several dams that have created lakes and Mistletoe's 93 sites are situated along the shore of 72,000 acre Clarks Hill Lake.My site, number 75, was simply gorgeous.Before I walked… Continue Reading »

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