Peninsula State Park in Door County

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.

Visiting Assateague Island

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.

Visiting Pacific City and Cape Kiwanda

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.

Wisconsin’s Potawatomi State Park

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.

Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping

Moon Spotlight Yellowstone & Grand Teton Camping is a 206-page compact guide covering the region’s best campsites, including those along the Gallatin, Madison, and Yellowstone Rivers. Writer, photographer, and naturalist Becky Lomax provides insight on each campsite, including the number of campgrounds, tips on gear selection and maintenance, clothing and footwear suggestions, and camping ethics. […]