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If you really want to see the best of what our great country has to offer, there’s nothing quite like hitting the open road and heading out on a camping adventure.
It’s your chance to slow down the pace of your day-to-day life and focus on what really matters: reconnecting with your family and creating new memories together as you make new friends from across the U.S. Camping lets you explore little known out-of-the-way places, meander down scenic roads and discover natural wonders you never knew existed. It opens up a whole new world you wouldn’t be able to visit any other way. Whether you’re an experienced camper who has traveled from coast to coast, or you’re just starting to test the waters, you’ll find the ideal park or campground on GoCampingAmerica.com.
No equipment? No problem. Many of our parks offer furnished cabins and park models to make it easy for you to get back to nature and enjoy more of our beautiful country than you ever have before.
Spring has arrived. From the foothills of California to the Texas Hill Country and beyond, wildflowers are making their annual appearance along scenic trails, highways and byways across the country.
Figueroa Mountain, a popular viewing area for California poppies and lupine in Los Padres National Forest, is not only covered with flowers, but is likely to have “multiple peaks” throughout the spring, according to the U.S. Forest Service’s latest wildflower update for the area.
April is usually the ideal time to see wildflowers in California,” said Dan Baumann, general manager of Flying Flags RV Resort & Campground in Buellton, Calif., near the Danish themed city of Solvang, which is about a 2.5-hour drive north of Los Angeles. Read More.