A COLLECTION OF STUNNING CAMP SPOTS FROM AROUND THE WORLD
The mild climate of its rainforest jungles and coastline features is a big part of why camping in the abundant parkland of Vancouver Island is so damn good.
The challenging journey into Reflection Canyon tops off with unrestricted ledge tentspots deep in the Utah backcountry.
It’s a slight bummer when the reverse gear of your 1975 VW Bus craps out while parked near a steep drop-off, but at least you can still camp out in it while waiting for the overall situation to improve.
With restrictions to random backcountry camping only, the Ghost River Wilderness Area is an outdoor immersion through rolling tundra, boulder fields, and high alpine lakes.
Beach camping in Olympic National Park – if you’ve done it, then you already know. If you haven’t, then picture yourself soaking up that brilliant sunset and you’ll be heading to the PNW in no time.
Portaledge camping defines living life on the edge – well technically off the edge, and can be a normal part of the outdoor experience for those in the climbing community.
Compact car camping means you can still sleep comfortably along with the gear you actually need, all while taking advantage of the great mileage to get to the best campspots around.
When your campspot is on the forested waterfront of a beautiful lagoon, it’s a given that the duration of your stay will be epic from start to finish.
Having the confidence in your 4WD travel-rig goes a long way in finding the most remote backcountry campspots in Death Valley.