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10 Best Lake Tahoe Campgrounds

Our list of 10 best Lake Tahoe campgrounds are found around the lake with one in Nevada and ten in California. With the exception of Fallen Leaf Lake and Camp Shelly, the other 8 campgrounds are within walking distance of the lake shore. All of these campgrounds sell out quickly so get your reservations in […]

5 Clever Campsite Cooking Hacks

This week we are looking into how to make your culinary life more easy while you are camping. With more people stuck inside these days, camping is becoming more and more popular as a way for people to get a change of scenery and leave their electronics behind temporarily. Some of our hacks will take […]

Camping Tips For River Rafting Trips

River rafting may be the funnest thing ever! At least that’s the opinion of the owner (Eric) of CampsitePhotos.com. It’s also an adventure sport with a lot of dangers both on land and water. It takes years of experience and training to learn how to safely navigate rivers with big rapids. The same can be […]

Inyo National Forest Campgrounds Closed Due To Extreme Fire Danger

All campgrounds (and trails) in the Inyo National Forest (California) are closed as of 9/5/2020 at 5 P.M. until at least September 14, 2020 under a Forest Closure Order due to extreme fire danger. This temporary Forest closure will be re-evaluated daily as conditions change. You can check the latest/current status of the campgrounds at […]

Camping Accessories – Our Top 4 Picks

Camping Accessories – Our top 4 picks that really make a difference (especially for first time campers). Walk through any store or browse online (since Covid has many of us homebound these days) and you’ll find a myriad of items to consider for your next camping trip. But what is really necessary? Which items will […]

Wildfires Close California State Parks

California wildfires have recently burned thousands of acres of State Park land, including redwood forests, campsites and other structures. Several State Parks & Campgrounds have been closed indefinitely as a result of the fires. To date, recent fires have burned over 1.5 million acres throughout the state this August. Big Basin Redwoods State Park was […]