From the bloggers at Wheeling It.
In addition to my yearly travel wrap-up, the other annual post I do is a summary of our best camps. Every year my format is a little different, mostly depending on how we camped that year, but it’s always enjoyable to look back at some of the great places we’ve taken “the beast”.
We also have a definite camping bias. Those of you who’ve followed the blog for a while know that we always chose nature & scenery over RV site quality/hookups, and we have a huge preference for dog-friendly spots & public parks. All of these inclinations are reflected in where we stay and how I review the sites.
This past year was no exception.
In 2015 we made a total of 42 stops, 21 of which were either boondocking or primitive (no hookup) camps, while 11 were private parks (unusual for us to have this many) and, for the first time ever, we visited a few National Park campgrounds too. Several spots were were old-time favorites, but many were also brand new which gave us a nice mix and generated plenty of fresh campground reviews for the year. Of the total only 12 campgrounds rated 4.4 or better (out of a total rating of 5). These were the ones that made the “premium cut” and the ones we’ll focus on today:
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