Where Should We Camp Next? A 50-State Guide to Amazing Campgrounds and Other Unique Outdoor Accommodations

Sourcebooks. Mar. 2021. 384p. ISBN 9781728221694. pap. $18.99. REF
The great outdoors is calling to many who can make use of this compact U.S. camping travel guide. The Puglisis (parents who host the RV Atlas podcast) compile their favorite campsites, supplemented by recommendations from dedicated campers. Most sites are family-oriented, with accommodations for RVs. Jellystone Parks (sites aimed at families with children) and Kampgrounds of America (privately owned campgrounds across Canada and the U.S.) appear often. Badges mark sites that are ideal for specific needs (glamping; romantic getaways), and some entries highlight surrounding attractions (Route 66; Mount Rushmore). Maps, websites, and guidance on interpreting online reviews add to the volume’s utility.
VERDICT A well-organized resource that will be of particular interest to RV campers and those with children.
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