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Who Is a Campground Manager and How to Become One

Source: Pexels A campground manager looks into a campground’s affairs and ensures they run smoothly. They ensure that guests coming to the campsites have filled out all the necessary forms and provided all the required information. Their duty also includes providing top-notch customer service for guests and making their stay worthwhile. If you are interested […]

Lake Tahoe’s Best Campsites

Somebody had to do it. We walked every campground and photographed every campsite in search of the best campsites in the campgrounds around Lake Tahoe. This is our list (by campground) of Lake Tahoe’s best campsites! Our criteria for choosing Lake Tahoe’s best campsites is that we look for those with better views, closer to […]

How To Run A Successful Campsite In Kentucky

Camping in Kentucky can be a blast. So if you dream of running a successful campsite for families to create memories, it will take some hard work. There are many factors to consider, including land maintenance, wildlife preservation, and infrastructure. And that’s only scratching the surface. It will be a costly venture, but the rewards […]

Eastern Sierra Nevada Adventures

Eastern Sierra Nevada Adventures Lundy Canyon & Mono Lake As route 395 winds its way along the base of the eastern Sierra Nevada range, you’ll see roads that occasionally head west into hidden canyons. Here you’ll find trout-filled streams and autumn aspen splashed with gold and orange. Among the prettiest is Lundy Canyon, about 8 […]

America’s Most Unusual Campsites

While traveling the countryside in search of campgrounds, our photographers occasionally come across some pretty unusual or unique campsites.  We thought we’d share several of what we think are some of America’s most unusual campsites. These campsites are generally next to some unique or unusual natural features, geologic wonders, strange areas or historic sites. Norris […]

Yosemite Reservations Are Required

Yosemite Reservations are required to enter Yosemite National Park from May 20 through September 30. The reservation fee is $2 and is good for day-use only if you plan to enter the park during peak hours (between 6am and 4pm). Day-use reservations are valid for 3 consecutive days. Those with lodging/camping reservations or backcountry permits […]

First Aid for Fido While Camping

First Aid for Fido While Camping Dogs are great to have along on a camping trip. Like their human pals, they can get hurt around the camp or hiking a trail.  Problem is, your dog can’t tell you what hurts.  Here are 5 common problems and how to treat them. Paw Injuries. Like human feet, […]

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Pawtuckaway State Park

Pawtuckaway State Park

New Hampshire

Pawtuckaway State Park Campground has 292 campsites and is located on the shores of beautiful Pawtuckaway Lake. Many having views of the lake.

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Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park

California

Pfeiffer Big Sur State Park Campground is located on the banks of the Big Sur River and is very popular – often referred to as a “mini-Yosemite”.

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Henry Cowell State Park

Henry Cowell State Park

California

Henry Cowell Redwoods State Park includes 4,650 acres of beautiful forest and open land. The 40-acre old-growth redwood grove is a 5 minute drive or a short hike from the campground.

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Jay Cooke State Park

Jay Cooke State Park

Minnesota

Jay Cooke State Park offers one of the best places for bikers, backpackers, horseback riders and skiers to hook up with the Willard Munger State Trail.

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Lake Perris State Recreation Area

Lake Perris State Recreation Area

California

Lake Perris offers a variety of water recreation, including swimming, fishing (shore, pier and boat), boating, sailing, waterskiing, and a special area for scuba diving.

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Banning State Park

Banning State Park

Minnesota

Banning State Park Campground has 34 single-family campsites and is located in a forested area near the Kettle River with plenty to discover.

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Doheny State Beach

Doheny State Beach

California

Doheny State Beach is located right on the beach in one of the premier Southern California coastal areas. There are 33 premium beachfront sites and all can accommodate tents, trailers or RVs (up to 35 feet).

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