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Proof dragons existed – soak in dragon tears at Sol Duc Hot Springs

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 […]

Best Campgrounds to Watch Lake Tahoe Fireworks

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! […]

Prescott Area 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 […]

Joshua Tree National Park’s Best Campsites

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 […]

Big Bear Lake Area Campgrounds

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 […]

The Best Mammoth Lakes Area Campgrounds

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 […]

Valley of Fire State Park is En Fuego with Geological Wonders

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 […]

Zion National Park-Updated South Campground Campsite Photos

Howdy Campers and Lovers of Zion National Park! updated South Campground campsite photos We just got back from taking new photos of South Campground in Zion National Park.  The campground recently renumbered and adjusted some campsites, so we reshot the campground so you could see all of the latest, greatest updated South Campground campsite photos. […]

Nevada Camping – Cathedral Gorge State Park, Cottonwood Cove and Kershaw-Ryan State Park

If you’re thinking about doing some Nevada camping – we’ve recently added campsite photos for campgrounds in Nevada including Cathedral Gorge State Park, Cottonwood Cove and Kershaw-Ryan State Park. All three campgrounds are open year-round. In addition to camping, you’ll find a variety of outdoor recreational activities in the area including: boating, fishing, water skiing, […]