Two more picturesque campgrounds in Utah, Drinks Canyon Campground and Devils Canyon Campground. Drinks Canyon allows campers to enjoy camping right on the Colorado River. Devils Canyon features a self-guided tour of the area’s history and natural beauty. Take a look! Happy Camping!
This week – we’ve added two incredibly beautiful campgrounds in Utah. Both situated along the picturesque Colorado River, Big Bend Campground offers views of spectacular red rock cliffs amidst a green ribbon of vegetation, while Goose Island Campground has been listed as one of the top 100 campgrounds in Utah. Take a look! Happy Camping!
Summer of Campgrounds is in full swing! We just added two more campgrounds in Arizona, Canyon Point Campground and Upper Tonto Creek Campground. Canyon Point Campground is large, and offers many amenities, while Upper Tonto Creek Campground is much smaller, offering only the basic necessities. Take a look! Happy Camping!
Keeping our Summer of Campgrounds event going, we have added 2 more campgrounds in Arizona, Sinkhole Campground and Sharp Creek Campground. Two beautiful campgrounds with odd names. Take a look! Happy Camping!
We hope you all had a great Memorial Day Weekend! Hopefully you had the chance to spend some time outdoors, enjoying family and friends. To start off our Summer of Campgrounds event, we have added 2 more campgrounds in Arizona, Christopher Creek Campground and Ponderosa Campground. Take a look! Also, as a reminder, today is […]
Campsitephotos.com will be very busy this summer, adding 2 campgrounds every week, sometimes more, each with photos, guides, and lots more! To kick off our Summer of Campgrounds event, we’ve recently added Houston Mesa Campground in Arizona, Kodachcrome Basin Campground in Utah, and Arch Rock Campground and Atlatl Rock Campground in the Valley of Fire […]
There may come a time in your life when, oddly enough, climbing a mountain seems like the only sensible thing to do. The urge to climb a mountain may hit you anytime, but the question is: Should you give in? Well, any reasonably fit, reasonably ambulatory person can make it to the top of some […]
Somewhere in the rugged Santa Rosa Mountains, just East of Borrego Springs, Ca. is very likely the remains of an ancient Emerald Mine. This mine was supposed to be old when the area was owned by Spain 300 years ago. Does anyone have any info or sources to research this story?