Alternatives to Camping in National Parks

ForestCamping.com, a comprehensive website for camping in national forests and grasslands, provides detailed information for campers interesting in discovering an alternative to camping in national parks. Whether a first time visitor to a national park, or a returning  visitor, ForestCamping.com can help start planning. According to National Geographic and National Parks Conservation Association, since 2007, […]

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Redesign of Recreation.gov

Recreation.gov, the interagency website that guides visitors to 90,000 sites on federal lands such as national parks, wildlife refuges, waterways, forests, and recreation areas, has a new look with expanded content and improved navigation tools. The redesign is an initial step in a multi-year strategy to engage visitors with enhanced interactive content and more multimedia, mobile, […]

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Updated Forest Service Campground Guides Available

Fred and Suzi Dow, authors of ForestCamping.com, the comprehensive website for camping in national forests and grasslands, announced publication of revised and updated U.S. National Forest Campground Guides for the Pacific Northwest, Eastern, and Rocky Mountain regions. These guides include essential information, such as descriptions, amenities, and anecdotes from the authors, who have visited each […]

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U.S. Forest Service: Celebrating Wildflowers

U.S. Forest Service promotes wildflower viewing in national forests lands. The U.S. Forest Service has released an updated online wildflower map with hundreds of locations on national forests for prime wildflower viewing, making it easier than ever to enjoy America’s great outdoors. The wildflower map includes 317 wildflower viewing areas on National Forest System (NFS) […]

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