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Recent Camping Articles

  • Texas’s Overlooked Natural Wonders Palo Duro canyon in Texas.Once you get outside the hustle and bustle of Texas’s many major cities, there’s an enormous canvas of natural wonders to explore, from forests and canyons to tropics and mountains.
  • Peninsula State Park in Door County Atop the seventy-five foot high viewing platform overlooking the water.Deeded to the state in 1909, Peninsula is the second-oldest park in the state system and the most visited—it draws more visitors per year than Yellowstone National Park.
  • Wisconsin’s Newport State Park Rocks are clearly visible in shallow water at the edge of Lake Michigan in Newport State Park.Not much is wild in Door County anymore, but the state’s only designated wilderness park is here; the rough, isolated, backwoods Newport State Park.
  • Costa Rica’s Gandoca-Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge Waves wash up on a narrow beach that turns almost immediately to jungle.In addition to beaches where sea turtles lay their eggs, the Gandoca-Manzanillo National Wildlife Refuge also protects rare swamp habitats, including the only mangrove forest on Costa Rica’s Caribbean shores.
  • Excursions from Bangkok: Khao Yai National Park A thin waterfall streams over a ledge into a pool.Khao Yai National Park was the country’s first national park and covers over 2,000 square kilometers over parts of the four provinces of Nakhon Ratchasima, Sara Buri, Nakhon Nayok, and Prachin Buri.

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Camping in California and the Pacific Northwest

  • Coastal Oregon’s Dune Country: Coos Bay to Florence About 50 miles long, but only a couple of miles wide, the Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area stretches along the coast from Coos Bay to Florence.The Oregon Dunes National Recreation Area encompasses the largest and most extensive oceanfront dunes in the world. Learn about scenic views and recreation opportunities among the dunes.
  • McKenzie River Highway Camping and Accommodations A bridge over the McKenzie River in Oregon.There’s plenty of places to stay along the McKenzie River Highway. Use this guide to find the right spot for you, whether that’s a cabin next to a prime fishing hole, a cozy cottage, or a secluded boat-in campsite.
  • Visiting Pacific City and Cape Kiwanda Overlooking Cape Kiwanda on the Oregon coast.Located along the Three Capes Scenic Loop, the small town of Pacific City attracts an increasing number of vacationers. Read more about the area, including the authors’ top choice for the nicest place to stay along the loop.