Below you will
find a list of the many campgrounds that we have visited
over the years. All of these campgrounds offer a wide
variety of services, activities, and attractions for the
intrepid traveler. While we have our favorites, to be
fair, we will not single them out; however, we would like to
pass along some helpful information when thinking about
visiting any campground.
First, if you
are interested in a particular campground, it may be best to
see if you can reserve a site for the time you desire.
Especially when you are visiting heavily used areas, such as
along the shore of the Great Lakes, or if you are planning a
holiday outing. Some campgrounds charge a reservation
fee, but it is a small price to pay knowing that you have a
site available after a long drive.
aware that some states charge a separate fee for use of the
park. You can purchase day use passes (for a single
day or number of days you plan on using the park), or you
can purchase a yearly park pass.
the web page for the campground you are intending to visit.
Many of them provide written descriptions of the sites, and
gives you an idea of what to expect when you arrive.
In addition to this sort of information, parks also post
information about any closures, park maintenance, etc. and
it can be helpful when planning your trip.
We hope that you
have an opportunity to explore some or all of theses parks,
and as always, if you would like to share your experiences,
please feel free to contact the Dampened Enthusiasts at
Information@dampenedenthusiasts.com or myself at
Please keep in mind that the decision to document
each park was a recent one and there may not be a complete set of photos
for all of the parks. Photos will be updated as we revisit
To see official
information regarding the park, click on the park name below the photo.
If you would like to see pictures of the parks that we have taken,
click on the photo.