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The Legend of Florida’s Moss Man

The legend of Florida’s Moss Man has been around for some time and may even date back to the 1500s. Over the years indigenous tribes around the Crystal River area have passed down stories of seeing a large creature covered in moss with eyes that burn like fire. In most cases, the sightings have been […]

Montana Campgrounds in Helena Area

These four Helena area campgrounds will get you off the grid and out in the wild where you can enjoy some remote and beautiful areas of Montana. Cromwell Dixon campground is in the Helena National Forest and has spectacular views of the Rocky Mountains. It is located close to the Continental Divide National Scenic Trail. There are also […]

Old Faithful Geyser Eruption Webcam

The Old Faithful Geyser Eruption Webcam is poised to capture the next eruption from Yellowstone National Park!  The site usually tells you when the next eruption will occur and as we write this – that’s 2:01pm MT time (August 15, 2018).  No worries if you miss this one as there will be plenty more. We […]

Yosemite Valley Reopens August 14

Yosemite Valley reopens August 14: Yosemite Valley, Wawona and Mariposa Grove in Yosemite National Park will reopen on Tuesday, August 14th.  You will be able to access the Park via Highway 140 and 120. However, there will be no access  between Wawona and Yosemite Village. Tioga Road and Big Oak Flat Road are already open. Expect […]

Kern River Campgrounds

The Kern River Campgrounds in the Southern Sierra Nevada offer a great basecamp to enjoy a wide variety of outdoor adventure including river rafting, whitewater kayaking, fishing, mountain biking, hiking, backpacking, water sports and wildlife viewing. All of the campgrounds are located on the banks of either the Upper or Lower Kern River. We recently added all […]

Proof dragons existed – soak in dragon tears at Sol Duc Hot Springs

Do the Sol Duc Hot Springs in Olympic National Park offer proof dragons existed and once roamed the earth in the Pacific Northwest? Located in the northwest region of Olympic National Park, the Sol Duc River runs through a rawky valley and past an old-growth forest of towering trees older than 200 years. Long before these […]

Best Campgrounds to Watch Lake Tahoe Fireworks

If you’re thinking about camping up at Lake Tahoe over Independence Day, the best campgrounds to watch Lake Tahoe fireworks this year are at Nevada Beach, D.L. Bliss State Park, Meeks Bay and Emerald Bay State Park. And as luck would have it, we recently updated all of the campsite photos for Emerald Bay and Meeks Bay campgrounds! […]

Prescott Area Campgrounds

We recently added campsite photos for 6 more Prescott Area campgrounds including Eagle Ridge Group, Hilltop, Lynx, Mingus Mountain, Potato Patch and Powell Springs. Hilltop Campground Located near Lynx Lake, Hilltop is a nicely maintained campground with paved roads, parking spurs, drinking water and vault toilets. There are 36 campsites here and you can walk or […]