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Recent Camping Articles

  • Visiting Assateague Island Two chestnut colored ponies walk along the sand by the rolling waves.While Assateague is perhaps best known for its resident herd of wild ponies, the island is also home to a beautiful 37-mile beach, dunes, wetlands, and marsh. Read about camping, birding, and more on Assateague Island.
  • Wisconsin’s Potawatomi State Park View of a small island in the bay with a boat leaving a wake.Unfolding along the western edge of Sturgeon Bay, Potawatomi State Park offers a range of activity options, including sightseeing, hiking, and biking. Learn more about visiting or camping at Potawatomi.
  • Parque Nacional Rincón de la Vieja in Guanacaste, Costa Rica Steam rises from a small natural spring in a lush forested area.Parque Nacional Rincón de la Vieja is the largest of five volcanoes that make up the Cordillera de Guanacaste. Read more about getting to the park and hiking to the main crater.
  • Cresting the Cerro de la Muerte from Cartago Clouds at the summit of Cerro de la Muerte.Cerro de la Muerte is the highest mountain in Costa Rica. The vistas are staggering, and opportunities abound for hiking, trout fishing, and bird-watching—notably for resplendent quetzals, which are common hereabouts.
  • Exploring Lake McDonald Valley Sunset on Lake McDonald.Lake McDonald Valley has all the earmarks of glacial action—it’s long, straight, and U-shaped—and offers a host of great recreational opportunities, from camping to biking to horseback riding. Read on to plan your trip to the home of the famous Going-to-the-Sun Road.

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Camping in California and the Pacific Northwest

  • 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.
  • Oregon Camping: Little River, North Umpqua River, and Diamond Lake View of the shore of a placid lake with the verdant shore and reeds reflecting in the water.North Umpqua is a premier fishing river full of trout and salmon, as well as a source of excitement for white-water rafters who shoot the rapids. Learn more about where to camp when visiting this stunning region, including information on pricing and amenities.
  • Oregon’s Cape Lookout State Park Cape Lookout State Park in Oregon.A scenic highlight of the Three Capes route, Cape Lookout State Park juts out nearly a mile from the mainland. Learn more about the various camping accommodations and hiking options.