Super excited about our new project! A database of all public campgrounds in Washington state. It’s taken a lot of work, but we’re getting close to representing all Forest Service, BLM, National Parks, etc. 90 more words
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Washington State’s Monroe Monitor recently contacted Campfound using a photo of Troublesome Creek campground (pictured in the linked article, below). The NFS campground – tucked away in the northern cascades several miles and a mountain away from any major highway – was reputed to be a beautiful spot, with creek side campsites and access to the vast cascade wilderness. 117 more words
RecGovCamp is here for iOS. You can delete your other camping search apps now!
A big reason this app is so good is that it comes straight from the folks at Recreation.Gov, instead of some “app factory” that just piggy-backs upon Rec.gov’s open-use policy. 168 more words
70 (Yes, 70) California State Parks could be closed in 2012. Here’s the word from the California State Parks Foundation’s Petition page:
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On May 13th, the Department of Parks and Recreation (DPR) released a list of 70 state parks that will be permanently closed to the public as a direct result of the $22 million budget cut enacted by Governor Jerry Brown and the Legislature earlier this year.
Continuing from my previous post…
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The online campground search is always a fluid situation. This means that we at Campfound can alert YOU to these changes as they happen.
I’m back online for the first stop: www.recreation.gov.
- This website “offers and provides a single point of access to information about Federal recreational activities and reservations.” At least their heart’s in the right place, and it’s a much improved heart over previous incarnations of the site. 338 more words