Dark Sky Dreams – Reloaded!

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Note: This is a cross-post from my photography website and blog, DarkSkyDreams.com.

Welcome back! I am pleased to announce that major construction on the new Dark Sky Dreams website and blog is largely finished and the site is ready to go. As the dust settles, you will notice an entirely new look and feel to the site, as well as new photographs and print products. Continue reading the post on the Dark Sky Dreams blog…

Campground Review – Boulder Creek RV Resort – Lone Pine, CA

Boulder Creek RV Park, Lone Pine, CA

Description

The Boulder Creek Mobile Home & RV is a small, family run, and family friendly RV resort set in the breathtaking scenery of the Owens Valley. The park is just four miles outside of Lone Pine and has sweeping views of the Eastern Sierra Nevada and Inyo mountains, Owens Lake, and the Alabama Hills. The park is a great stop-over when traveling U.S.-395 or as a base to explore the area. Continue reading

Campground Review – BLM – Horton Creek Campground – Bishop, CA

BLM Horton Creek CampgroundDescription

Horton Creek is a primitive campground with breathtaking views of the eastern Sierra Nevada mountains, Round Valley, the Volcanic Tableland and the White Mountains. Horton Creek itself flows beside the campground, providing a cheerful babble for the campsites situated closest to the creek. This is a stark and lovely park, not far from Bishop, California. Continue reading

Campground Review – Paradise Shores RV Park – Bridgeport, CA

Masonic Mine Sunset

Description

The Paradise Shores RV Park is a small, well-maintained, privately owned park on the scenic shores of Bridgeport Reservoir. Nestled in sagebrush and grass-covered hills, the park has a breathtaking view of the eastern Sierra Nevada mountain range. Not far from historic Bodie ghost town and surreal Mono Lake, Paradise Shores is a great base from which to explore the area.

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Campground Review – Washoe Lake SP Campground – New Washoe City, NV

Washoe Lake State Park Campground

Description

Washoe Lake State Park campground is a scenic and very popular park located between Reno and Carson City, Nevada. Sited in a sage and grass covered valley on the shores of the, now seasonal, Lake Washoe and backed by rocky foothills, the campground has sweeping vistas of the Sierra Nevada, Carson and Virginia mountain ranges. The park offers many opportunities for outdoor recreation, including camping, hiking, fishing, hunting, equestrian and water sports activities, as well as wildlife and waterfowl viewing.

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Campground Review – Susanville RV Resort – Susanville, CA

Susanville RV Park

Description

The Susanville RV Park is in a lovely area of Northern California near Lassen Volcanic National Park, an area with many opportunities for outdoors recreation. This large privately owned park is big rig RV friendly. The park is quiet and nicely landscaped, lending to a peaceful atmosphere. The crossroads siting of Susanville makes the park a convenient stopover on a long trip through the region. Continue reading

Campground Review – Cascade Meadows RV Resort – La Pine, OR

Cascade Meadows RV ResortDescription

The Cascade Meadows RV Resort is located in an area of great natural beauty, the Cascade Mountain Range of Central Oregon, an area with many opportunities for outdoors recreation. This large privately owned park is family friendly and is a member of the Resorts Preferred International (RPI) and Resorts of Distinction (ROD) park networks. The park is set in a large meadow with views of Mount Bachelor, the Three Sisters Mountain Range and Mount Paulina. Continue reading

Campground Review – Peach Beach RV Park – Goldendale, WA

Peach Beach RV Park

Description

The Peach Beach RV Park is lovely, quiet, and well-shaded park on the shore of the Columbia River in the scenic Columbia River Gorge. The park is surrounded by peach orchards and right next to Maryhill State Park. This small privately owned park is big-rig RV and family friendly. Peach Beach is another good base from which to explore the Columbia River Gorge. Continue reading