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 […]
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! […]
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 […]
If you’re looking for one of Joshua Tree National Park’s best campsites – you’re in luck! We’ve put together a list of our favorite 30 (out of 500) campsites in Joshua Tree. It was a challenge to pick our 30 favorites – because there are so many good ones, but you can always click on the links to […]
There are 6 beautiful Big Bear Lake area campgrounds and all offer great family camping. The 6 campgrounds include Big Pine Flat, Hanna Flat, Heart Bar, Holcomb Valley, Pineknot and Serrano. At 6,752 feet in elevation, Bear Lake is a great place for Southern California residents to enjoy clear/cool mountain air and experience the great […]
There some really sweet campgrounds up in the Sierra Nevada, but this article is all about the best Mammoth Lakes area campgrounds you should consider camping at this summer. At 7,880 feet in elevation, Mammoth Lakes is located in the Eastern Sierra Nevada and is most famous for its world-class ski resorts (Mammoth Mountain and June Mountain). The […]
By foot, mule or raft are the only ways you can visit Phantom Ranch and/or stay at Bright Angel Campground at the bottom of the Grand Canyon. Which ever way you arrive, the scenery along the way is truly one of a kind. Assuming you’re not rafting, there are two trails you can take from […]
Valley of Fire State Park is the oldest, largest and perhaps hottest state park in Nevada. ‘Hot’ as in summer temperatures (sometimes pushing 120 degrees), but also ‘hot’ in that it features some incredible geological wizardry featuring spectacular red sandstone formations (Aztec Sandstone), set among gray and tan limestone. The park sits at 2,454 feet about 60 miles northeast […]
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 camping sites for RVs and tents. 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. Hammock plants provide visual privacy between most sites, which vary from 10 feet to 40 feet. ADA accessible […]
Lake Wenatchee State Park is a 489-acre camping park with 12,623 feet of waterfront on Lake Wenatchee and the Wenatchee River. The River divides the Park, creating two distinct 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 less developed but […]
El Capitan State Beach campground is a relatively large campground, with 142 sites for tents, trailers or motor homes up to 42 feet long. Group camping is also available. The campground is open year round and reservations should be made well in advance – it is a very popular spot and may be crowded during […]
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), a youth group camping area, a camp store and snack bar, playgrounds, and a nature center that has fun weekend activities for families during the summer season. All campsites are equipped […]
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 is a great place for bird watching and wildlife viewing. Visitors will also enjoy the Environmental Education Center and historic winter homes of Anna Hyatt and Archer Huntington. The park has a gift shop, free Wifi, and a comfort station. At the lake visitors have access to a boat launch as […]
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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