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The Best Campgrounds Near Bridgeport

Our list of the best campgrounds near Bridgeport include beautiful camping locations near some of the best fishing in the Sierra Nevada. In fact, Twin Lakes holds the California State record for the largest brown trout, and it’s not a bad place to practice your photography! Bridgeport is located in a spectacular alpine valley in […]

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San Elijo State Beach & Silver Strand State Beach – New Photos

We’ve updated the campsite photos for San Elijo State Beach & Silver Strand State Beach! Both of these campgrounds are located right next to the beach in San Diego County. San Elijo State Beach had a portion of its campground closed for more than a year due to the construction of a new lifeguard tower/office. […]

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White Sands National Park Camping & Oryx Spotting

White Sands National Park camping offers the opportunity to pitch a tent in a vast, wonderful playground of brilliant white gypsum dunes. It is also recently became America’s 62nd National Park on December 19, 2019! The campground features 10 “walk-to” (primitive) campsites set among the glistening gypsum dunes and beneath spectacular starry nights. All campsites are […]

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Best Campgrounds Near Mt. Hood

Some of the best campgrounds near Mt. Hood include 13 that circle the magnificent dormant volcano in the Cascade Range about 50 miles east-southeast of Portland. Mt. Hood is a potentially active volcano and is Oregon’s highest mountain at about 11,250 feet. It’s covered by snow year round and is home to 12 glaciers and […]

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Get a Campsite Availability Notification with Campsite Assist

Campsite Assist is the best way to get a campsite availability notification for campgrounds throughout the country.  Campsite Assist is a user-friendly app that will continuously scan for available campsites at the campground and for dates you want to camp. You’ll then be notified via text & email once a campsite becomes available. The notification […]

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Tips for a Picture-Perfect Couple’s Romantic Camping Trip

If you and your partner are big nature lovers then it’s time to plan a romantic camping trip just for the two of you. If you’ve never been camping before, there are a few things for you to keep in mind. We’ve also got some fantastic tips and tricks to make your camping trip as […]

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Updated Valley Of Fire State Park Campsite Photos

We have updated Valley Of Fire State Park campsite photos (Oct, 2019) for both Atlatl Rock and Arch Rock campgrounds.   These are popular first-come, first-serve campgrounds and it’s a good idea to see what the campsites look like before you visit. Campsites will typically sell out from October through mid May, especially on weekends […]

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The 50 Most Underrated State Parks in America

Everybody loves a state park, and some of them are world-famous. But with over 8,000 state parks across the USA serving more than 807 million visitors each year, there are some parks that don’t get the recognition they deserve. Our list of 50 most underrated state parks are also a little less visited, which means […]

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The Best Travel Apps for a Camping Trip

Brimming with adventure and excitement, camping is slowly becoming a popular pastime with travellers. The last decade has especially seen an increase in “glamping” which is a more luxurious way to go camping. Moreover, the idea of being in the woods and bonding with nature and fellow beings has a universal appeal to it which […]

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Best Campgrounds Along The Lower Deschutes River

You can find some of the best Lower Deschutes River campgrounds north of Maupin. The Deschutes River State Recreation Area also has a great campground and is located up where the Deschutes enters into the Columbia River as shown below. All campgrounds are located right next to the river and usually in steep canyons. The Deschutes offers […]

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Wyalusing State Park’s Treasure Cave

Wyalusing State Park, originally named Nelson Dewey State Park is famous for its Native American Burial Mounds, panoramic bluffs that soar 500+ feet above the river valley, and miles of spectacular hiking and mountain biking trails. There is also a cave in the park that once held treasure! To reach Wyalusing State Park’s Treasure Cave, […]

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Leo Carrillo and Malibu Creek Campgrounds Now Open For Camping – New Photos!

Leo Carrillo & Malibu Creek campgrounds are now open for camping, roughly 7 months after the Woolsey Fire burned through much of both parks and around the campgrounds. Fortunately, firefighters were able to keep the flames away from the campgrounds at both State Parks. Woolsey Fire The Woolsey Fire started on November 8, 2018 and […]

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Search and view photos of each campsite in State Parks, National Parks, U.S. Forest Service, BLM and other campgrounds throughout the USA.

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