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California Opens Campgrounds in 28 State Parks

Campgrounds in 28 California State Parks opened today (Friday, June 12). State Park officials are currently working with county health departments and hope to reopen more campgrounds in the coming weeks. San Elijo State Beach The campgrounds will be at 50% capacity initially (every other campsite).  Restrooms and showers will also be open, but visitor centers […]

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Yosemite National Park Reopens June 11

Yosemite National Park will reopen Thursday, June 11 with some restrictions and modifications. Upper Pines and Wawona Horse Camp will be the only campgrounds to reopen initially (on June 11) due to limited staffing at the park. And yes, you will need a horse to camp at Wawona Horse Camp. Other campgrounds throughout the park may […]

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Covid-19 Campground Reopening Update

Many US Forest Service, BLM and CORE campgrounds are starting to reopen in May, including those in California, Arizona, Montana, Utah and other states. Campgrounds at State Parks (and a few National Parks) are reopening too. Campgrounds in Yosemite, Grand Canyon, Zion, Glacier and Yellowstone remain closed. Palisades State Park (SD) California State Parks and […]

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Yosemite National Park Reopening Soon

Updated (May 27, 2020): Keep your fingers crossed, but Yosemite National Park is hoping to open again in early June if it receives federal approval or permission from the state. Campgrounds and lodging will reopen. Day visitors will be required to purchase an entry ticket in advance at Recreation.gov. Hiking trails, including the Half Dome […]

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Sedona Area Campgrounds to Reopen May 20, 2020

Good news on the Covid-campground closure front. Sedona area campgrounds will reopen on May 20. These include Cave Springs, Manzanita and Pine Flat campgrounds. All three are along Oak Creek – in Oak Creek Canyon.  You can expect other USFS campgrounds in Arizona (and other states) to open up later in May and early June. […]

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Cabin Fever Camping Dreams

With April quickly coming to a close and the Covid-19 moratorium on camping still in place, we thought you might enjoy photos of some of our favorite campsites and camping destinations.  Hopefully they will give you a little hope that you will be out there camping soon! Acadia National Park (ME) Our fist stop on […]

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State Park COVID-19 Closures

Several of the state parks throughout the United States are closed or operating with limited availability and services. The following list includes states that are closed or have limited public access to their state parks. Other states (not listed) currently have many parks open for public use. California All 280 California State Parks have temporarily […]

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U.S. National Park Status COVID-19

The U.S. National Park Service has either closed or limited access to many of the National Parks in an effort to help contain the spread of COIVD-19 (Coronavirus).  Those that remain open are waiving entrance fees, but with limited operations and services within the park. These include the closures of public buildings such as visitor […]

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California State Parks Closes All Campgrounds

California State Parks announced today (March 17) the temporary closure of all campgrounds in the state park system to support state and local efforts to slow the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus). Non-campground outdoor areas of the state parks, including trails and beaches, will remain open. Restrooms will also remain open in non-campground areas. Guided tours, […]

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Handy Camping Apps

With the advent of technology, we humans have made a lot of things easier for ourselves. There are a lot of apps that have been developed to assist us in our outdoor endeavors. Having an app or two that can assist you in things like navigation, weather reports and keep you safe is a good […]

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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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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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