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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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 […]
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, […]
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 […]
Before we get into our list of best Santa Barbara campgrounds, we’d like to introduce you to the “American Riviera”. Santa Barbara is located on a beautiful stretch of California’s central coastline and is known for its pristine beaches and upscale lifestyle. Often referred to as the American Riviera, this world-class destination doesn’t disappoint when […]
Don Pedro Lake camping offers fun for the entire family and the area is a wonderful place to enjoy the great outdoors, especially if you’re in to water sports! Located about 2 1/2 hours east of San Jose (CA) Don Pedro Lake has over 160 miles of shoreline and 13,000 surface acres of clear blue water. […]
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 are close to the beach and 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. […]
Lake Wenatchee State Park campground has 155 campsites (42 with electric and water hookups) that can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs (up to 42 feet). 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 […]
El Capitan State Beach campground is a relatively large campground and has 142 single-family campsites located next to a spectacular beach on the central California coastline. Campsites can be reserved from April 1 through November 30. The rest of the year sites are first come, first served. Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and motorhomes (up to […]
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 […]
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). There are four loop areas (West Pinewood, East Pinewood, Cleone and Surfwood) in the campground. Many of the sites have nice shade under large trees. There are no […]
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 campground is open April 1 – Nov 30, and the campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs. Reservations are available mid-April to mid-October, off-season camping is first-come, first-served. Each campsite […]
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. Check […]
Ocean City State Park has 178 campsites located right on the Washington coast and next to the North Bay Natural Area Preserve. Campsites can accommodate tents, trailers and RVs(up to 50 feet). There are 29 full hookup campsites. Each campsite also has a table, fire ring and grill. There are also two group camping areas. Campground […]
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 campground has 310 campsites and is located on north Whidbey Island and next to Cranberry Lake. The beach & ocean are nearby as well. There are 172 tent sites, 134 partial hookup sites and hiker/biker sites. Group camping is also available. There are three camping areas in the park. Bowman Bay […]
Cades Cove Campground has 159 campsites and is located in Great Smoky Mountains National Park offering some of the best wildlife viewing opportunities in the park. Reservations are accepted May 1 through October 31 and are first-come first serve November 1 through April 30. Campground amenities include a store, drinking water, flush toilets and a […]
Harris Beach State Park campground is just 1/4 from the beach and has 152 sites including 65 full-hookup sites, 25 with water/electric and 59 tents sites. There are also 6 yurts and hiker/biker sites available. The campground has drinking water, flush toilets, hot showers($) and a dump station. There’s also a playground, hiking trails and […]
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