Avalanche Creek Shelter Campground Avalanche Creek Shelter Campsite Canterbury New Zealand Arthur's Pass Village Avalanche Creek Camping Area Arthur's Pass National Park
How can you have a campsite that is in town and in the middle of a national park? Avalanche Creek Camping Area is just off State Highway 73, the main road through Arthur's Pass Village in Arthur's Pass National Park. The campground has grassy sites and a large shelter for visitors to use. The campground is right across from the national park visitor center and close to... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: February 4, 2016
Greyneys Shelter Campground Arthur's Pass National Park Canterbury New Zealand Greyneys Shelter Campsite Greyneys Camping Area
Greynes Shelter Campground is a free, almost-no-frills campground located three kilometers from Arthur's Pass Village. The campground has an open grassy area and a small stone shelter with three walls, benches, and a fireplace. The campground's other amenity is a toilet. Old Coach Road Walk starts and ends at the campground, providing campers an easy... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: February 4, 2016
Wooded Gully Campground Mount Thomas Forest Conservation Area Campsite Wooded Gully Camping Area
Wooded Gully is the campground in Mount Thomas Forest Conservation Area, an over 100-square-kilometer park in the foothills of the Southern Alps in the Canterbury Region of New Zealand. The campground is an hour's drive from Christchurch and right at the start of hiking tracks into the forest. The inexpensive campground is short on amenities, but does have nice sites in... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 16, 2016
Lake Pearson Moana Rua Wildlife Refuge Campsite Canterbury New Zealand Lake Pearson Campground
Lakeside camping rarely comes free, so campers at Lake Pearson / Moana Rua Wildlife Refuge are right to feel lucky. Lake Pearson (Moana Rua) Campground is spread along the shore at the northwest end of a tranquil hourglass-shaped lake in a mountainous part of Canterbury on the South Island of New Zealand. State Highway 73 passes right alongside the lake and the free... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: February 4, 2016
Gaviota State Park Campground Santa Barbara area Gaviota California beach camping Gaviota SP Campground
Pack the tent and your flip-flops when you visit the campground at Gaviota State Park. Each site is ambling distance from a sandy beach along the scenic coast west of Santa Barbara. A railroad trestle, pier, and hiking trails are close to the campground, which is just off Highway 101, making it a convenient place to camp near the ocean.About 30 miles west of Santa... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 6, 2016
White Horse Hill Campground Aoraki Mount Cook National Park Campsite New Zealand
White Horse Hill Campground is the place to camp in Aoraki Mount Cook National Park and is located a couple kilometers from Mount Cook Village amidst extraordinary hiking tracks like Hooker Valley Track and Sealy Tarns Track. Named after an adjacent hill, the campground sits on a valley floor split by massive mountain ridges. Glacier-covered Mount Sefton looms large... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: January 13, 2016
Bismarck Lake Campground Black Hills National Forest South Dakota Camping
Bismarck Lake is a small, secluded 23-site campground in Black Hills National Forest, less than five miles east of Custer, South Dakota. While some sites offer obstructed views of the lake below, most sites are nestled back in the woods among ponderosa pines and large boulders. A lakeside boardwalk with benches and an elevated seated area leaves from the campground and... Read more.
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By: Published: Last updated: September 10, 2015
Devils Postpile National Monument Campground Mammoth Lakes California Camping Eastern Sierra Nevada Mountains
Near the entrance of Devils Postpile National Monument, and just half a mile from the Postpile formation, visitors can stay at a 21-site campground along the Middle Fork San Joaquin River. With sites backing up against a pine-covered ridge, Devils Postpile provides a fine camping experience in the Eastern Sierra near Mammoth Lakes with ample day hiking... Read more.
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By: Published: Last updated: October 7, 2015
Gould Mesa Trail Camp San Gabriel Mountains Angeles National Forest Altadena Hike Gould Mesa Road 3N69 to Gould Mesa Campground
Gould Mesa Trail Camp is a hike-in campground in the front range of the San Gabriel Mountains, quite close to cities like Altadena and La Cañada Flintridge. The most obvious route to Gould Mesa is Gabrielino Trail. For something that's about half as long and twice as steep, you can take Gould Mesa Road, which drops 525 feet over 1.15 miles going from Angeles Crest... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: December 14, 2015
Gabrielino Trail Gould Mesa Trail Camp San Gabriel Mountains Angeles National Forest Altadena Hike to Gould Mesa Campground
Gabrielino Trail is one of the principle trails through Angeles National Forest. Starting from the base of the San Gabriel Mountains, you can take this trail a short distance up a canyon along the lovely Arroyo Seco and come to Gould Mesa Trail Camp, a hike-in campground just a couple miles from civilization that delivers a quick escape from cities in the valley below. ... Read more.
By: Published: Last updated: December 14, 2015