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Primitive campsites, reachable only by water or hiking trails, can be found at Redman’s Beach on the pond’s east side and Schoodic Beach on the pond’s south end.
Ariella Gintzler, associate editorI used to bribe myself to get up a ski hill or to a backcountry campsite with the promise of gummies or dried mango at the end.
This trowel is great for campsites and soft terrain but might prove to be a little too flimsy for rockier areas.
Consider bears, which may wander into campsites or onto trails at the slightest whiff of human food and endanger visitors.
Ideally, this would be the most beautiful and private drive-up campsite that you can find.
Plus, spending the night at nearby campsites will give you a head start before the crowds descend.
Imagine taking your families to their favorite campsite along the coast or hiking through the Sierra Nevada foothills.
From our campsite at Lake Helen, which we shared with a dozen or so other climbers, I looked up at the route.
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Its lake-dimpled landscape requires a fair number of portages but makes up for it with great swimming, established campsites, and stellar fishing.
I’ve spent the past month testing items that allow me to work on short road trips while seeing family at various campsites and around my neighborhood while my kids play in the park.

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