Tuesday, October 06, 2009

Fall & Winter Are Prime Seasons for Camping in Desert Parks

The arrival of fall signals the annual shutdown of campgrounds in some parks so facilities can be readied for the coming winter, but in other areas, the prime season for camping is hereā€”or coming soon.

For most visitors, summer is just too hot for pleasant camping in some parts of the country, but late fall and early winter can be the best time of the year in many of those areas. Opinions vary about what constitutes "comfortable weather," so check the current forecast before you hit the road for the following parks.

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During nine years of shunpiking, (driving the back roads) Marianne Edwards and her husband have found hundreds of free campsites. In response to questions from friends and relatives, who wonder how they can afford to travel as often, as far, and for as long as they do, The Edwards' have written a series of RV travel guidebooks they call The Frugal Shunpiker's Guides
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