Monday, March 4, 2019

Five Interesting Camping Places

Camping can be defined as activities to spend the holidays by staying at the camp, tent, or camper. Camping is an activity that often done in open space. Not only can you refresh body and mind from the daily bustle, camping has many benefits for the health and development of the characters themselves, including the more closer between one person with others, get out of the everyday comfort zone, learning to love nature and certainly nourish the body. Here are 5 places camping recommendations of this blog:

Death Valley National Park

Death Valley National Park
Death Valley National Park

Main Attraction :
  • Offers incredible sights, hiking and cheap camping
  • Millions acres of wilderness and
  • The highest-recorded temperature in the world
  • Telescope Peak (it has an altitude of 3368 meters)
  • Complex geological history and variety.
Campground:
  • Furnace Creek Campground (paid campground)
  • Wildrose, Thorndike and Mahogany Flat campgrounds (free campgrounds)

Facilities: Some campgrounds have water, tables, fire pits and flush toilets, Hiking trail
Price: Free to $18 per night.


Crater Lake National Park

Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park
Crater Lake National Park is a tourist attraction located in Southern Oregon, United States. The nearest city to the lake is Klamath Falls. The lake located about 60 miles northwest of the Klamath Falls, and about 80 miles of Medford City.
Main Attraction : 
  • sparkling lake (deep blue color and water clarity).
  • the deepest lake in US.
  • Explore "Old Man" Forests.
  • Explore the rim (Collapsed Volcano) and enjoy the lake view from the above.
Campground : 
  • Mazama campground (only open in summer). The cost is $22 per night per tent site.
  • Lost Creek Campground (only open in summer). The cost is $10 per night per tent site.
  • Backcountry camping is allowed and free. But we suggest you to camp in here only in summer.
Facilities: Hiking trail
Price: Free to $22 per night


Black Canyon Of Gunnison National Park

Black Canyon Of Gunnison National Par
Black Canyon Of Gunnison National Park
Black Canyon of Gunnison National Park is a tourist attraction located in Montrose County, Colorado, United States. Why it is called Black Canyon? It is because of the canyon steepness makes the sunlight difficult to penetrate into its depth and make the canyon is often covered by shadow. It is make the rocky walls look black.
Main Attraction : 
  • Canyon steepness and black rocky walls of the canyon
  • Hiking and exploring the canyon
  • Scenic Drives (beautiful routes along the rims and down to the river)
  • Fishing (popular of trout fishing)
  • Kayaking (only for expert)
  • Rock Climbing
  • Wildlife watching
  • Explore the Night (Romantic night sky viewing opportunities)
Campground : There are 116 campsites
Facilities: Electrical hook-ups, nature trails for hiking
Price: $16 per night and over.


Assateague Island National Seashore

Assateague Island National Seashore
Assateague Island National Seashore
Assateague Island National Seashore is a tourist attraction located on the East coast, near from Chincoteague Island (Virginia) and Ocean City (Maryland).
Main attraction:
  • The largest natural barrier island, which is not affected by human development.
  • Assateague has beach length of more than 37 miles with pristine conditions.
  • There are more than 300 wild horses that wander on the beaches, pine forest, and salt marshes
  • Seaside camping with ocean views
  • Assateague Lighthouse
Campgrounds:
  • Oceanside Drive-in: You can camp here using tents, trailers and recreational vehicles (no hookups) with facilities such as a picnic table and fire ring. The price for camp here is $30 per night.
  • Oceanside Walk-in: It has same policy for camping at Oceanside Drive-in, You can camping here using tents, trailers and recreational vehicles (no hookups). The Camp locations are located 100-200 feet from a centralized parking area. This area has facilities such as picnic tables and fire rings. The price for camp here is $ 30 per night.
  • Bayside Drive-in: You can use tents, trailers and recreational vehicles (no hookups) when camping at this place. This area has facilities such as picnic tables and fire rings. If you want to camp without using electricity, you can use the "Generator-Free Zone" Drive-In located on Bayside B Loop. The price for camp here is $ 30 per night.
  • Horse Camp: This area is specifically for people who camp with their horses. There are 2 camping campsites available with the capacity of each site to accommodate up to 6 people and 6 horses. Camping prices here are $ 50 per night per site.
  • Group Camping: If you are camping with your organization group, you must choose this place. This area is specifically for tents, located 100-200 feet from a centralized parking area. This area has facilities such as picnic tables and fire rings with grills. This group campsite can be booked throughout the year at a price of $ 50 per night per site.
  • Backcountry camping: it will require a permit, which costs $10 per person for seven days.
Facilities:Some campgrounds have electrical hook up, picnic table and fire ring. All campgrounds have facilities: chemical toilets, cold water showers, and drinking water.
Price: start from $10 per person


Acadia National Park

Acadia National Park
Acadia National Park
Acadia national park is a tourist attraction located on Maine's Mount Desert Island, Maine, US. The landscape consist of forests, rocky beaches, and granite glacier peaks.
Main attraction:
  • Beautiful landscape, consist of forests, rocky beaches, and granite glacier peaks.
  • Wildlife (deer, bears, whales, seabirds and turtles)
  • Beautiful golden sunset
  • Otter cliff
  • Bass Harbor Head Light
Campgrounds: 
  • Schoodic Woods Campground: $22 per night 
  • Seawall Campground: $22 per night 
  • Blackwoods Campground: April -November camping is $15 per site per night, December-March, camping is free.
Facilities: Hiking trail
Price: $Free to $22 per night









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