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Get Inspired With Our Most Recent Camping Articles

Whether you prefer to pitch a tent or rove in an RV, with camping-specific Moon Outdoors guidebooks and expert advice from our authors, you'll be more than ready to make some s'mores. Here are our four most recent articles to get you started, or dig deeper and browse the latest Moon travel articles for all articles on Camping.

Kiteboarding near Playa del Carmen. Photo © czekma13/123rf.

Seven Days of Ecoadventure in the Yucatán

Lazing on a beach or contemplating museum displays is all right, but some travelers crave a little more action. The Yucatán has plenty to offer active travelers, including kiteboarding, fly-fishing, kayaking, and mountain biking.

Julia Pfeiffer Burns State Park. Photo © luckyphotographer/Dreamstime.com.

Day Trips to Monterey and Big Sur

Many of California’s most famous destinations are within a short drive of San Francisco. Doable in a day, these day trips to Monterey and Big Sur also make excellent overnight stays or weekend getaways.

Iximché exhibits much more of a Mexican influence than other Maya sites in Guatemala. Photo © Michal Zak/123rf.

Iximché, Guatemala’s Most Accessible Highland Mayan Site

Iximché is the most easily accessible of Guatemala’s highland Mayan ceremonial sites. It makes an interesting stop for those with an interest in Mayan culture and history because of the differences it exhibits from the lowland Mayan sites of Petén, which date to much earlier times.

Ridley turtles during an arribada at Playa Camaronal. Photo © Christopher P. Baker.

Sea Turtle Nesting Sites in Costa Rica

Five of the world’s seven species of marine turtles nest on Costa Rica’s beaches, and you can see turtles laying eggs somewhere in Costa Rica virtually any time of year. Most of the important nesting sites in Costa Rica are now protected, and access to some is restricted; there are many more dangers to sea turtle populations than humans. Learn about the sites and the cycle of sea turtle reproduction from nesting to hatching.