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Travel Tips for RV Families

Traveling in an RV with family can be an amazing experience. It is one of the best ways to promote family bonding and to get out and experience the world in ways that other forms of travel cannot touch. It can also be stressful and expensive. Here are some travel tips for RV families that […]

What’s your opinion about Bots making campground reservations?

What’s your opinion about Bots making campground reservations? Over the last several years programmers have been competing to build faster and more powerful bots in order to secure reservations at restaurants, theaters, concerts, hotels and campsites. Today, these bots are grabbing campsite reservations within seconds of when they become available. As a result, ‘humans’ are having […]

Lake Mead National Recreation Area Campgrounds

Lake Mead National Recreation Area Campgrounds Lake Mead National Recreation Area offers striking landscapes and brilliant blue water.  The area offers a fabulous outdoor playground spread across a landscape of geologic wonders, Lake Mead, Lake Mohave and the Colorado River. The unusual combination of desert and water is home to 900 species of plants and […]

Bryce Canyon National Park Campgrounds

Bryce Canyon National Park Campgrounds include Sunset with 99 campsites and North with 103 campsites. Sunset campground is open mid-April through October. North campground is open year round with a limited # of sites and facilities available from November through April. That means you can experience the wonders of Bryce Canyon in all seasons. Bryce […]

Grand Canyon National Park North Rim Area Campgrounds

Grand Canyon National Park North Rim area campgrounds include Demotte, Jacob Lake and North Rim. All campgrounds take reservations and are generally open mid-May to mid-October. Demotte and Jacob Lake are located just outside of the Park. North Rim campground is within the Park and also close to the North Rim Lodge & Visitor Center. […]

Campground Status – Woolsey Fire

Campground Status – Woolsey Fire Leo Carrillo State Park and Malibu Creek State Park have been closed until further notice due to the Woolsey Fire. The fire burned through the campgrounds and burned several structures. Also, Thornhill Broome and Sycamore Canyon campgrounds (in Point Mugu State Park) are closed due to the fire. If you […]

Riverside County Parks Campgrounds

There are 8 Riverside County Parks Campgrounds scattered throughout the county’s 7,206 square miles. With the addition of Lake Skinner and Rancho Jurupa Park, we have campsite photos and information for 5 of them. Lake Skinner Recreation Area Located close to the town of Winchester, Lake Skinner Recreation Area is a beautiful and well-maintained county […]

Buy It Where You Burn It

Nasty destructive little bugs like to hitch rides in or on firewood because they can’t move very far on their own. Unfortunately, campers may unwittingly move these assassins into a healthy forest. If the forest is stressed or diseased, the beetles will wreak havoc. Our forests are under a continuous threat by insects and pests. Millions […]