Not quite the setting for primitive camping!
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In today’s conclusion to our Camping For Everyone series, we discuss “primitive” camping. While most of our posts on this theme have been for newcomers to tent camping, primitive camping is advanced; it literally means camping in the wilderness in an area that hasn’t been settled or prepared for it. Most primitive camping takes place in large national and state parks, but far from established camp grounds. Though primitive camping isn’t the same as going back to cave days, it does mean going “off the grid” and exercising serious camping skills. (Sorry, RV campers – most RV resorts and campgrounds don’t offer the primitive experience!) (more…)
Camping in the Australian outback
!Photo by: Falk Schaaf (Stock Exchange)
Morning, campers! For as long as I’ve been writing for AllCampgrounds, we’ve been on a journey to cover camping in the fifty states and around North America.
But one of my passions is travel, and I like to get out of the country every once in a while – so just this once I thought it’d be a great idea to give our loyal readers a glimpse of tent camping and RV camping around the world.
After all, natural beauty is everywhere, and there are unique sites, terrific camp grounds, and protected public lands all over the globe! (more…)
All that’s missing is bookshelves!
Photo by: Vivek Chugh (Stock Exchange)
In today’s AllCampgrounds blog, we’ll provide some more great sites for you to visit and learn even more about tent camping, gear, outdoor activities, and the nationwide camper community that’s out there and waiting to meet you.
Though we try to cover a little bit of everything in AllCampgrounds, we’d be remiss without a little tip of the hat to super-specialized venues around the web.
We hope you find these resources just as valuable as our own site, as they’re some of the best! (more…)
RV camping all the way in the Czech Republic!
Photo by: Victor Zuydweg (Stock Exchange)
In today’s AllCampgrounds, we’ll pick up where we left off and show you some great national groups for those who enjoy the best RV parks and campgrounds around the United States.
RVers are well known for their sense of community and solidarity, and so, there are plenty of organizations of all different kinds to choose from in your quest to meet more like-minded campers.
Of course, there are hundreds of state and regional RV camping groups around the country, so today we’ll focus solely on those that are known nationwide.
Does this Florida Keys tent look like home away from home?
Photo by: Fred Green (Stock Exchange)
Good morning, everyone! It’s good to see you back here at AllCampgrounds.
We’ve been rambling around the U.S. and having great outdoor adventures for quite a while now; today we’re going to take a more leisurely pace and talk about organizations around the country that can help you get the most out of camping.
Remember, all campsites represent a community of people who love the outdoors, and there are literally millions of campers who visit camp grounds all around the country every year. Let’s look at some different ways to get in touch. Next time? Resources just for RV parks and campgrounds. (more…)
Turbulent (but beautiful) skies over northern Ohio
Photo by: George Bosela (Stock Exchange)
Good morning, campers!
You know, it’s a pretty rare thing when a brand new campsite opens up, but news that affects outdoor adventurers comes along all the time.
Today, we’ll be looking at some of the news for camping hobbyists and the latest bulletins from state and national parks around the country.
From camping pie to camping bathrooms, there’s a little something for everyone in today’s news collection! (more…)
Mount Rainier in Washington state, seen from the air
Photo by: Lydia McKay (Stock Exchange)
Hello, campers! Today we continue our Washington state series, moving on to all the best RV parks and campgrounds that this terrific Pacific state has to offer.
Though we can’t take a look at all campgrounds in Washington, these are some of the best camp grounds that our furthest northwest state has.
Next time AllCampgrounds will take a look at state and federal lands, both of the tent camping and RV persuasion. Here are today’s picks. (more…)
Mount St. Helens, in Washington state
Photo by: Martyn E. Jones (Stock Exchange)
Where can you see rain forests, mountains, and arid deserts peppered with terrific camp grounds, all situated along a beautiful, pristine frontier?
Well, good news: not all campsites matching this description are down in South America or somewhere around the world! In fact, if you answered Washington state, you’re exactly right!
And that makes Washington the next stop on AllCampgrounds’ 50 States Series, where we’ll begin, as we often do, with tent camping. RV camping is on the horizon for next time! (more…)
Chimney Rock, Nebraska
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Good morning, campers!
AllCampgrounds is taking it to the next level today, looking at some of the best and brightest in national parks, monuments, trails, and rivers throughout Nebraska.
Being right at the heart of the journey for tens of thousands of pioneers and homesteaders in America’s wild frontier history, Nebraska is filled with historic trails and other signs of those thrilling, but dangerous adventures.
Not all campsites are convenient to these landmarks, and not all of them offer overnight options – so we’ve decided to delve a little deeper and give you as many different sites to check out as we can. As we know, there are always camp grounds somewhere, and finding ‘em is worth it! (more…)
Thunderstorm in the Nebraska sand hills
Photo by: Elke Edwards (Stock Exchange)
Today’s AllCampgrounds continues our rambling journey around Nebraska, building momentum on our quest to check out just about all campsites worth visiting.
Today we take to the trails with our friends in the RV lifestyle, looking at some of the top RV parks and campgrounds throughout the state.
There are quite a few, as you’d expect from a place where steppes and plains are still treasured and there to be enjoyed for all campers! (more…)