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    New Member LJDellar's Avatar
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    Great list, if you live in the US.

    Should I start a new sheet for the UK?

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    I just added a few more Utah locations that I recently visited. Hopefully helpful.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dejoha View Post
    I just added a few more Utah locations that I recently visited. Hopefully helpful.
    Timpooneke is a good one, there are plenty more up that canyon. We had a moose in camp up there one night. I will try to hotspot my backyard when I have some time to get the info together. There are some free spots with fire pits and restrooms up the canyon too.
    What do you define as a "campground"? Just drive to it? Drive up with paved parking pad for RV? Water in camp? Restrooms?

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    Quote Originally Posted by MuseJr View Post
    What do you define as a "campground"? Just drive to it? Drive up with paved parking pad for RV? Water in camp? Restrooms?
    I'm defining a campground as an official, regulated camping spot managed by the forest service, state park, or national park. Each location will have its own list of services, but generally speaking it is a managed, monitored campground that has rules and regulations regarding its use.

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    Senior Member MuseJr's Avatar
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    I added some that are high use and can be used as a base camp for day hikes. You can also leave the group at the camp and do overnighters, then return to the group with a story. I will try to add more when I find them.

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    That form function you added is excellent, but I think it should be moved into the original post so that people don't miss it. If you can't edit the post, maybe a mod can make that happen? Does there possibly need to be a note about saving once you make changes?

    I added on for FL that I just went to and will continue adding as I go. Great idea!

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    Bump! Check out this spreadsheet and add to it if you can!
    Exercise, eat right, die anyway -- Country Roads bumper sticker
    Fall seven times, standup eight. -- Japanese Proverb

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    Quote Originally Posted by HappyCamper View Post
    Bump! Check out this spreadsheet and add to it if you can!
    i posted the NJ pie barren sites OH, that's pine. mind was other places
    "Tenting is equivalent to a bum crawling into a cardboard box, hammocking is an art" KK

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    I wonder if a column of known campgrounds that don't allow hammocks
    would be valuable. Some peeps call ahead and ask. Might save a phone call.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OutandBack View Post
    I wonder if a column of known campgrounds that don't allow hammocks
    would be valuable. Some peeps call ahead and ask. Might save a phone call.
    I think this would be valuable as well...

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