Primitive Camping: How & Where to Camp For Free
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The 6-year-old chuckled at the sight as if he was watching his favorite cartoon.
Each autumn, the wife and I round up our two kids, now in their twenties, and head to the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Since the kids were young, we laced up our hiking boats and hit a trail or two and took in the fall foliage show that the Smokies are famous for.
Yosemite is America's most famous national park.
As one of the Seven Natural Wonders of the World, the Grand Canyon is an incredibly popular vacation destination for those who enjoy the outdoors.
Getting away from "it all" is the intention of most campers who break free of their daily routines. The summer camping season has started and this weekend, the Memorial Day holiday, thousands of campers are heading to the campgrounds.
While cruising through a campground at a state park looking to photograph a bald eagle reported to be nesting in the area, I noticed how quiet it was as only a few campsites were occupied since the camping season