Lost Dutchman State Park Campground is undeniably an RV'ers paradise. Tent campers are certainly welcome too, but how well does this campground cater to tent campers like me? Read on to find out!
For most folks, Goblin Valley State Park is a trek out to a very remote part of Utah. Not the kind of place you would try to day trip. Goblin Valley Campground is strategically located near the San Rafael Swell, and serves as a base of operations for many nearby natural attractions.
Looking for a clean, peaceful place to camp near the Petrified Forest, historic Winslow, Meteor Crater and Flagstaff, AZ? Homolovi Campground serves as a perfect base of operations for any of those locations, as well as a wealth of things to explore within the state park itself.
Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument is a fairly remote location, just a few miles north of the Mexican border. Those wishing to visit this iconic park may want to stay overnight, and the Twin Peaks Campground offers visitors a place to rest their heads. But, you probably want to know... how does this park's campground stack up to others we've visited?
If you're looking for an immersive Sonoran desert experience, camp in it. Willow Campground in White Tank Mountain Regional Park is situated in one of the finest specimens of the Sonoran desert you can find. I camped here in March of 2020, and I'll let you know what I thought about my stay.
Ever wonder what it would be like to camp on a slightly terraformed Martian Landscape? If so, we've got something for you! At Valley of Fire State Park, with very little imagination, you can live out your dreams of spending a night on the red planet. Or at the very least, your dreams of camping in an iconic desert landscape.
Throughout the years I've lived in Phoenix, Arizona, I've only been on day trips to Chiricahua National Monument. This has never left ample time to explore the park. I finally decided to do something about that. Camping overnight at Bonita Canyon Campground finally provided me with the opportunity to fully experience the park. Now I'll tell you what I thought about the place.
The North Rim of the Grand Canyon is about as remote as it gets when it comes to National Parks in the Southwest. To get the most out of your visit, you'll certainly want to spend a night or two. Your options are fairly limited in the area, and one of the most practical options is the North Rim Campground. But, is it the kind of place you'd want to stay?
When trying to create a well-planned, camping vacation itinerary, nothing is more frustrating than first come, first served campgrounds. Especially when it comes to the popular National Park system. On a recent trip to Bryce Canyon, I got to experience the let-down of not getting into a preferred campground, and this is the tale of my fallback plan.
The Grand Canyon is something I wish everyone could experience at least once in their lifetimes. For many, planning a trip here is an enormous vacation commitment, especially for those traveling internationally. If you're going to do it, you oughta do it right, which is going to require more than a quick day trip. You're going to need a place to lay your head at night, and Mather Campground is an amenity-rich option that is comfortable and convenient, without breaking your budget.
Zion National Park is one of the most popular destinations in the American Southwest. Snagging a spot at one of the campgrounds in the park can be a challenge, but I finally got my spot. In this post, I'll tell you all about my experience at Zion's South Campground.