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Few things pique human interests like celestial exploration. Over the past decade, the quest for new space discoveries has hit new heights, with advanced technology making the universe seem more reachable than ever before.
California's North Coast is synonymous with lush forests, great hikes, and beautiful coastal views. This region has some of the best camping in California, so give yourself time to explore.
California's Shasta Cascade is undoubtedly one of the states most beautiful regions. Best known for Mount Shasta, the fifth highest peak in California, this region is also home to some incredible lakes, rivers, and waterfalls.
As winter snows blanket much of the country, campgrounds are transformed into winter wonderlands.
Gold Country is one of California's most historic regions. Known primarily for the 1849 Gold Rush, this area has since been turned into a quaint tourist destination, with sights such as the Kennedy Gold Mine, the Downieville Museum, and historic Downtown Auburn.
Want to ensure that your next camping trip is relaxing, stress-free, and focused on the fun, not the chores, in the outdoors? The following camping tips will ensure more time in the hammock and less time over a camp stove.
Chili recipes are often as diverse as the chefs who make them—from red, white or green to veggie, beef or poultry, the sky is the limit for those with a taste for this delectable dish. So add a little spice to your calendar this fall and attend a chili cook-off near you.
Many campgrounds are often a perfect location for enjoying the night’s sky with stargazing activities on-site or nearby.
While 90 percent of the nation’s wine production stems from California’s famous valleys, emerging wine regions are popping up all across America. Now many RV parks and campgrounds are catering specifically to the growing wine tourism culture.
Campgrounds offer the ideal setting for meetings and retreats. Anyone who has ever sat through a presentation in a bland meeting room can relate to how quickly boredom and daydreaming can set in. But there’s an easy solution for that dilemma: hold your next meeting or executive retreat at a campground.