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The Narrows, Zion National Park Review

The Narrows, Zion National Park   You can spend hours in The Narrows, Zion National Park.  It is such a stunning place to visit and you wil remeber for a life time.  Sometimes you will have to wade on this trail and at the time was often above knees. It can be wet but funny to be wading through. Remember that rocks in the water are slick and after rain you cannot see them properly, so take good shoes (not flip-flop) , take any stick to support you, waterproof bag for mobile phone and substitute dry clothes ( there is not much sun in the canyon) and do not plan to go afar – you will be really slow in the water and quickly tired. The park itself at had very light in traffic and you can drive the scenic route and park pretty much anywhere you want. This is a must see national park ...

Wilsons Promontory National Park Review

Wilsons Promontory National Park Wilsons Promontory National Park, or the ‘Prom’ as it’s known locally is a favorite destination of Melburnians. It is a fantastic place to visit  if there is a full day spare. Even if you visit it frequently I doubt you will ever get to explore it fully. A National park within striking distance of Melbourne, it has everything that attracts. White-sand beaches, where the sand goes squeak underfoot. Secluded beaches, reached via hiking trails long and short. Log cabins for the benefit of overnight hikers. A campsite that books out months ahead during the holidays and the southernmost point of mainland Australia. There is a steep climb up to the summit of Mt.Oberon that is a must do, it does demand a reasonable amount of fitness, and a large ...

Ormiston Gorge and Pound Review

Ormiston Gorge and Pound If you are into walking and exploring the the Ormiston Gorge and Pound is a place you will enjoy – but not during summer!! It will get very hot and you need plenty of drinking water. There are some great walking trails and if you happen to be there just after some major rains, it is even more spectacular. This has to be one of the most memorable places in the MacDonnell Ranges and one of our favorites. The Gorge is a relatively easy and fairly short walk from the car park. The cliffs rose up steeply and protrude above a cool, peaceful looking waterhole. There is a large sandy beach along one side of the water, with fascinating gum trees scattered around. The swimming hole is cold and refreshing, but not so cold that you can ‘t stay in for a good while. ...

Flinders Chase National Park Review

Flinders Chase National Park Review Flinders Chase National Park and Ravine Des Casoars Wilderness Protection Area is spectacular to say the least.  Aim at spending more than one day here, you won’t regret it.  There is a small $11 fee to get in but it surely is money well spent. The main roads in the park (to Admirals Arch and Remarkable Rocks) were paved and well maintained. There is a boardwalk path from parking lot to Remarkable Rocks, that is mostly flat. There are several stories of stairs down to Admirals Arch, they are wide and well maintained. There is so many diverse things to see and wonder at. The rock formation are amazing, take some time to walk and marvel at them, the information boards are excellent. The fur seals are just wonderful to watch and the boarded walkway ma...

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park Review

Cradle Mountain-Lake St Clair National Park, Tasmania Cradle Mountain at the northern end of the wild Cradle Mt – Lake St Clair National Park in which is part of the spectacular Tasmanian Wilderness World Heritage Area. The ruggerd contours of Cradle Mountain shows just what a wild landscape is meant to look like.  There is everything from ancient rainforests to buttongrass that paints a colorful and spectacular picture to explore. Cold and Icy streams flowing down mountain sides with the ancient pines mirrored in the still waters of glacial lakes and a wealth of wildlife ensure there is always something to captivate you. The area is one of the most popular natural areas in Tasmania. A visit will reveal why. Cradle is the starting point for the world-famous Overland Track, a magnific...

Double Lake Recreation Area Review

Double Lake Recreation Area Review Sites: 83 Recent Rate: $32 301 Fm 2025 Rd, Coldspring, TX 77331, USA This is a very small camping area in the Sam Houston National Forest near Coldspring Texas. There are sites you can reserve and sites that are first-come-first serve. There are 2 park hosts that live in the park and they are very accommodating if you need anything, but don’t expect to see a constant presence by park staff. The park is a beautiful forest like facility with very wooded and shady sites, a small lake with plenty of water in it (after a couple drought seasons) and abundant hiking and biking trails. We only camp on the full service RV sites. (Not all sites are full service.) Some sites are reasonably level and some require substantial leveling efforts. Just make sure you...

Shady Pines RV Park Review

Shady Pines RV Park Review 10010 W 7th St, Texarkana, TX 75501, USA Sites: 48 Recent Rate: $27 This is a excellent park and you can easily see why it is so highly regarded. Overnight stays are welcome but won’t be long enough to enjoy your stay here.  Sites a large and very accommodating and all where very clean. As well as being exceptionally clean, this a very well manicured RV park! There’s no gravel and no dust as the interior road and all sites are concrete. Most sites are about 60-65′ long with about a 15′ wide swath of grass between sites. There are a few long term RVs here but not many and they aren’t junky. If you arrive with a reservation when the office is closed mid-day, there will be a note on the door with your site number. When making a reservat...

Inskip Point Camping Review

Inskip Point Camping Review Inskip Point Peninsula Camping Area is on the mainland just opposite the Fraser Island. It is surounded by the Pacific Ocean on its eastern side and has the calm sheltered water of Tin Can Bay and Great Sandy Strait to it’s west. There is a small amount of sites that are accessible to 2WD vehicles, small caravans and camper trailers and are first in first served. Are you planning on taking your dog?  Then take an alternative route to the Teewah beach drive, which is 4WD only!  A permit is required and is available here Cooloola Recreation Area vehicle access permit. Always travel around low tide times and check beach conditions (PDF, 821K) before going. Dogs and other domestic animals are not permitted in vehicles traversing the Cooloola Recreation Area (P...

Heavenly Camp Spots

We have taken the hard work out of finding utopia with these camps spots.  These are family friendly and breathtaking camp spots that you will remember for a life time. Come join us here at Camp-Spots and enjoy some of the most spectacular camp spots across the USA. Whether you prefer being up in the mountains, down on the beach or something unique, these camping hotspots will have you getting back to nature in no time  Apgar Campground Apgar Campground, is the largest camp spot in the Glacier National Park. It is nestled in a stunning pine forest and you’ll see mountain peaks just beyond glacier-fed Lake McDonald. The campspot accommodates both tent and RV campers but be warned it does not take reservations. This is family friendly camp spot and activities include boat rentals, horseback ...

Carlyle Beach Camp

Carlyle Beach Camp Carlyle Beach Camp is a great camp spot at only  $12.50 per person. Big kitchen, good and clean facilities, free wifi, free laundry. You can swim and fish or have a walk at the beach (black sand). Lovely owner, making this place beautiful. Good for children too (playground). Good for a short stay. The owner is very friendly. The facilities are a bit dusty and not modern but showers are included and the water is hot. The sites are even. Special and a plus are the open fire pits and a nice cat. Overnight Camping Site Cost Overnight Stay Rules Booking Required Powered Sites Cabins Non-powered Sites Pets

Ohinepane Camping Ground

Ohinepane Camping Ground Ohinepane Camping Ground is in a remote setting on the banks of the beautiful Whanganui River. This is just one of four road access points to the Whanganui Journey. Ohinepane Camping Ground is free for drive in campers, those camping in connection with the Whanganui Journey must have a Great Walk hut and camp pass. Maximum Stay Duration 2 nights Maximum Sites Available More than 20 sites Water Supply Booking Required Large Vehicle Access Pets Vehicle Access DOC Campsite Category  DOC Great Walk Campsite Toilet Public toilet

Willalooka Park Rest Area

Willalooka Park Rest Area Location: Willalooka Access: Asphalt Parking Area: Gravel Elevation: 35.5 meters Drive through sites: Yes Large Vans: Yes Power: No Toilets: Yes Dump Point: No Bins: No Drinking Water: No Showers: No Shade: No Picnic tables: No Fixed Fire places: No Fixed BBQ’s: No Pet Friendly: Yes Fishing: No TV Reception: Yes  

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