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Blue Ridge Wilderness Campground in Guadalupe Mountains National Park

The Blue Ridge campground in the Guadalupe Mountains National Park, is less frequently used than some of the more popular ones. It is one of 10 wilderness campgrounds run by the National Park System. As a result it, may offer greater solitude for hikers willing to go the extra distance. The campground is surrounded by ponderosa pine …

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Colorado River Primitive Camping Between Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry

Along the fifteen mile stretch of the Colorado River between Glen Canyon Dam and Lees Ferry, there are five primitive beaches set aside for camping, marked with signs, on a first-come, first-served basis. Camping is permitted in these areas only, as they are provided with toilets and fire pits. These sites can only be accessed …

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Windwhistle Campground

Quiet campground perfect for exploring the spectacular Canyon Rims Recreation Area. Individual sites are available on a first-come, first-served basis. One group site, Windwhistle Group Site, is available for reservation through Recreation.gov. Located 38 miles southwest of Moab, the campground is nestled against the smooth sandstone of Roan Bailey Mesa. At approximately 6,000 feet in …

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Spyglass Ground House

Overview Spyglass Lookout Ground House is located on Spyglass Peak, in the heart of the Coeur d’Alene River Ranger District, Idaho Panhandle National Forests. It’s approximately 2.5 miles east and slightly south, as the crow flies, of the Magee Historic Site. The Spyglass Lookout site is listed on the National Historic Lookout Register. It was …

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