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 […]
If the fall is one of your favorite seasons to camp, then our Western Fall Camping Guide (Desert Edition) may help you find a campground to your liking. There are probably hundreds of great (desert) campgrounds to camp at this fall in the Western U.S. and we’ve profiled a few in this blog. Subsequent articles […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, 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 […]
Camping is a one of a kind experience that everyone should experience at least once in their lifetime. But the wilderness can be rough, even treacherous, especially to those who come unprepared. In order to have a safe and memorable trip, it is really important that you keep these five camping safety tips in mind. […]
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 […]
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 […]
Love camping, but dislike the idea of camping in the winter? We’ve gathered the following list of 10 of our most popular winter campsites for the winter camper or RV’er. Great Winter Campsites Tamarisk Grove Campground – California Winter visitors are often treated to a rare look at the desert bighorn sheep that winter on […]
10 Popular California Beach Campgrounds Hey Campers! Whether you live in California, or if you’re planning to visit, there are some great beach campsites to discover along the state’s coast – some we’re willing to bet you didn’t know existed. Surfing, swimming, diving, kayaking, hiking, exploring and biking… if you’re into that kinda stuff, these […]
Surfing Mussel Shoals or Rincon in Ventura County, California doesn’t have to be expensive. Instead of trying to figure out how you’re going to afford a bunch of hotel fees, camp near the coast at these popular campsites around Ventura County for great surfing on the cheap.
Escape the summer heat and head to the beach! Below is a list of some of the most popular Southern California campgrounds we have on the site. Been to any of these? Drop us a review so your fellow campers know what to expect! You can login in seconds with your Facebook or Twitter account. […]
Before I left the Catskills I wanted to try cooking something different. Pizza. It worked out OK, just needs some fine tuning. So last week I left New York temporarily and crossed the Hudson River into Vermont. I holed up for a couple of nights at Woodford State Park. At 2400 feet of elevation, Woodford […]
With hundreds of amazing campgrounds and thousands of beautiful campsites to choose from in Colorado, our goal was pretty ambitious: pick the top 10 Colorado campsites! Granted we’ve only visited and photographed each campsite in 58 public Colorado Campgrounds, but we think we have picked out 10 pretty sweet spots from the ones we do […]
On Wednesday night (July 27th), while camping at Tuttle Creek Campground in the Eastern Sierra, Greg was able to get some really great photos of the huge fireball that lite up the night sky. Officials are pretty sure it was a Chinese rocket that was breaking up and re-entering the atmosphere. Way to go Greg! […]
We bailed out. Skedaddled. Vamoosed. Through Ohio, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, and Oklahoma. The heat and humidity were bad, but even worse were the ticks. A relatively mild winter combined with a wet spring brought out the ticks in groves. Now don’t get me wrong. The midwest does have some positives, one being that they are […]
Prepared to be scared if you spend a night in one of these campgrounds. In case you missed it, or would like a refresher, check out more haunted campgrounds featured in the article we did last year. Continuing with our annual tradition of finding the scariest and most haunted campgrounds to spend your Halloween (or […]
Anastasia State Park has 139 campsites with electricity and water hookups. The sites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs (up to 40 feet). Sites are located in the hammock forest, away from blowing sand and salt spray, but most are within easy bicycling or walking distance from the beach. Each campsite also has a table, […]
Lake Wenatchee State Park campground has 155 campsites (42 with electric and water hookups) that can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs(42 feet maximum). The campground has two distinct camping areas – South Park and North Park. South Park includes parking pads 30 to 40 feet in length, with only two pull-through sites. North park is […]
El Capitan State Beach campground is a relatively large campground and has 142 sites for tents trailers and motorhomes (up to 42 feet). The campground has group camping and hike/bike campsites. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. Quiet hours are from 10 PM to 6 AM. Three vehicles and 8 people maximum […]
Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park Campground has 113 single-family (mixed-used) campsites set among a mixed evergreen forest and near the Santa Cruz Sandhills habitat. Group camping is also available. The campground sits in a heavily wooded area of fir and oak trees. The campground has modern restrooms including flush toilets and showers. Each campsite has […]
MacKerricher State Park Campground is located on Highway 1 (along the Mendocino Coast) and has 143 single-family campsites for tents, trailers and RVs (up to 35 feet). The campground is set up in four areas (West Pinewood, East Pinewood, Cleone and Surfwood). Many of the sites have nice shade under large trees. The campground has […]
Elk Neck State Park campground has over 250 campsites (some with full hook ups), 15 available cabins (7 mini/camper cabins, and 8 rustic cabins). The campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. There is also a youth group camping area, a camp store and snack bar and playgrounds. The nature center offers fun weekend activities […]
Nehalem Bay State Park features a large campground with 265 campsites for tents, trailers and RVs. Each site has electricity, water, a campsite table, fire ring and grill. There are also 18 yurts, 17 equestrian and hiker/biker campsites available. And there’s also a 2,400 foot air strip in the Park with ‘fly-in’ campsites nearby. Sand dunes […]
Ocean City State Park has 149 standard campsites which can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs(up to 50 feet). The campsites are right on the Washington coast. There are 29 full hookup campsites. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. There are also two group camping areas. The campground has a picnic / day use […]
Huntington Beach State Park campground offers 139 campsites for tents, trailers and RVs (up to 40 feet) near a 3-mile long spectacular sandy beach. Each campsite has electric/water hookups and a table, fire ring, and grill. The campground has flush toilets, showers, drinking water and a dump station. There are also 6 tent-only campsites (no electric) […]
Deception Pass State Park is on the Puget Sound on two islands – Fidalgo to the north and Whidbey to the south. The campground is large and has 310 campsites with 167 tent sites, 143 trailer/RV sites and 5 hiker/biker sites. Each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. The campground has drinking water, […]
Cades Cove Campground is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park at an elevation of 1,807 feet and has 159 campsites. The campground is located in a broad valley surrounded by mountains, offering some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the park. There is also many historic sites located in the area. The campground […]
Harris Beach State Park boasts the largest island off the Oregon coast. The campground has 152 sites including 83 standard, 63 tent, and 6 yurts. In addition, the campground has flush toilets, hot showers, and a picnic area (located on the beach). Furthermore, each campsite has a table, fire ring and grill. RV/electric hookups and cable TV […]
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