Best camping in Michigan

Best Camping In Michigan

Michigan, known as a mid-western U.S state with more than 11,000 inland lakes, encircles four of the Great Lakes. With this ideal geographical location, Michigan is regarded as a have-to-come getaway for all tourists in general and campers in particular. Nowhere else in other states could be as tranquil and fresh as campgrounds embraced by […]

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Camping at Vogel State Park

Vogel State Park

With a total area of 233 acres equivalent to 94 hectares, Vogel State Park, located at the base of Blood Mountain in the Chattahoochee National Forest, is one of Georgia’s oldest and most beloved state parks. This park is totally accessible via driving from the south, then passing through Neel Gap. Since established, the park […]

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Camping at Inks Lake State Park

Inks Lake State Park

Surrounded by a colorful curtain of cedar, live oak, prickly pear cacti and yuccas, Inks Lake State Park located in Burnet County, Texas, United State even enjoys its ideal geographical location by lying next to Inks Lake on the Colorado River. On that account, it is totally understandable why thousands of campers and visitors have […]

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Best camping in Wahsington

Best Camping in Washington

Summer almost approaches us, and it’s time for pitching a tent, building a campfire and get high in the middle of nature. So what you are waiting for? Just pack up necessary things and pick up one of best campgrounds located in Washington. Quick Navigation 1. Colonial Creek Campground, North Cascades National Park2. Camp Disappointment […]

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Caping at PJ Hoffmaster Park


Being a State Park along approximately three-mile Lake Michigan, PJ Hoffmaster Park lies at the southwest corner of Norton Shore, in the U.S state of Michigan in Muskegon County and the Northwest corner of Spring Lake Township in Ottawa County. This State Park is further featured and colored by dunes of Lake Michigan and the […]

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