Guides to Planning Your Camping and Hiking Trip Adventure

Whether you’re an avid backpacker or a seasoned hiker, these guides have everything you need to execute your friends and family’s hiking adventure. Single-Day Hikes, Scenic Waterfall Hikes, Overnight Hiking & Camping, and Multi-Day Backpacking Trips.

Simplify your trip-planning process. Hikes range from easy walks of a few miles with little elevation gain to more demanding treks through challenging terrain. Hiking trails are carefully curated, providing trail difficulty, scenic highlights, and must-see points of interest.

America’s Best Day Hikes: Spectacular Single-Day Hikes Across the States

Beautifully illustrated, this best-of compendium features the most memorable one-day hikes in every region of the United States from Sierra Buttes Lookout in Tahoe National Forest to Grinnell Glacier Trail in Montana’s Glacier National Park to Giant Mountain in Adirondack Park and beyond.

America’s Best Day Hikes comes with all the information anyone would need to experience these unique locations, including details about the hike itself―difficulty, duration, seasonal hazards, and more―as well as traveling, planning, and packing suggestions. All this paired with Derek Dellinger’s stunning photography makes this incredible volume a must-have for any lover of the outdoors.

Atlanta, Georgia: A Guide to 30 Great Hikes Close to Town

Hiking Near Atlanta offers 30 trails of varying difficulty in and around greater Atlanta. Complete with up-to-date trail information and maps, GPS coordinates for trailheads, and photos throughout, this book is perfect for people of all ages and skill levels.

Hiking Waterfalls Georgia and South Carolina: A Guide to the States’ Best Waterfall Hikes

Hiking Waterfalls in Georgia and South Carolina includes detailed hike descriptions, maps, and color photos for more than 60 of the most scenic waterfall hikes in the states—many of them along the mountainous border between the two states, within easy access of each other. 

Hiking Virginia: A Guide to the Area’s Greatest Hiking Adventures

Full-color photos, detailed color maps, accurate route profiles showing the ups and downs of each hike, tips on equipment, trip planning, hiking with dogs and children, accurate directions, difficulty ratings, trail contacts, and more.

Timberland Men’s White Ledge Waterproof Hiking Boots

Camping Arizona

Easy-to-use maps and charts will help you choose the perfect site for your next camping trip, whether you’re going alone, as a family, or with a group.

Hiking New York: A Guide To The State’s Best Hiking Adventures

This guidebook features 75 of the best trails the Empire State has to offer—from the 4,000-foot peaks of the Adirondacks and the lore of Rip Van Winkle’s Catskills, to the glacier-gouged landscape of the Finger Lakes region.

50 Hikes in the Adirondack Mountains

The beautiful views, rugged peaks, lush forests, and rushing waterfalls spanning the 6 million acres of the Adirondack Park in Northeastern New York are every hiker’s dream. Within the section dedicated to each hike, tips and tricks for getting to the trail, places to rest along the way, and areas to stop for incomparable views are all noted.

Hiking the Adirondack Waterfalls

This book will guide you to hikes of all kinds, from just under one mile to over 12 miles … to 36 waterfall destinations with over 60 falls in Northeastern New York. A four-season outdoor paradise, there is hiking, boating, skiing and many other activities. BUY NOW!

Timberland Women’s Ellendale Hiking Boots

Camping in America’s City & Town Parks 

Huge portions of public lands, managed by a variety of government agencies, are available to the general public for recreational use. This book will guide you to 1,900 camping areas available at 1,451 municipal parks in 46 states.

Hiking the North Shore: 50 Fabulous Day Hikes in Minnesota’s Spectacular Lake Superior Region 

The featured day hikes range from 2 miles to 12 miles, including trails perfect for families with young kids, challenges for hard-core adventure seekers, and moderate hikes for everyone in between. Each spotlighted trail includes driving directions, maps, mileage points, landmarks, and time estimates. Grab your boots and go!

Camping in America’s County Parks: Discover 2,068 RV, Van and Tent Camping Areas at 1,408 Parks in 42 States

The Hiking Handbook for Beginners: The 10 Step Guide to Hiking

Perhaps you are a passionate walker already, but you have not yet embraced the challenge of undertaking a hike. Or maybe you are nervous about going on your first hike, and you want to ensure you have all the information, guidance, and support possible before you do. This book will teach you how to navigate with confidence and ensure you have all the right items with you on your hike. BUY NOW!

50 Hikes with Kids New York, Pennsylvania, and New Jersey

These hikes are perfect for little legs—they are all under five miles and have an elevation gain of 900 feet or less. Every entry includes the essential details: easy-to-read, trustworthy directions; a detailed map; hike length and elevation gain; bathroom access; and where to grab a bite to eat nearby. Full-color photographs highlight the fun things to see along the trail.

4 Long Range Walkie Talkies

These portable walkie-talkies are perfect for outdoor adventures, such as camping, hiking, hunting, boating, fishing, skiing and so on.

Corps of Engineers Camping: Directory of 942 Camping Areas in 35 States

These areas offer recreational opportunities at campgrounds, lakes and marinas across the country.

The Ultimate Guide to the Best Hiking Trails in Sedona for Beginner and Experienced Hikers

Sedona, Arizona is a mecca for hikers and outdoor enthusiasts from around the world. With its stunning red rock formations and picturesque landscapes, it’s no wonder why Sedona has become a top destination for hiking. Whether you’re looking for an easy, scenic stroll or a challenging, adrenaline-pumping hike, the Beginners’ Hiking Guide to Sedona has something for everyone. So, grab your hiking boots and get ready to explore the beauty of Sedona’s natural wonders.

This comprehensive guide includes detailed descriptions of the best hiking trails in Sedona, including trail length, difficulty level, and notable features. You’ll also find helpful tips for hiking in Sedona, including what to bring, what to wear, and how to stay safe on the trails.

National Parks of the United States

National Geographic’s wide-ranging travel guide to recreation areas, trails, historic sites, nature hikes, seashores, camping, and campgrounds is geared to everyone who loves outdoor recreation. This 544-page reference is the ultimate travel planner for all things national parks, filled with full-color photos, detailed maps, historical background, and practical facts on the location of the park system properties, as well as the best times to visit and top-rated activities.

Hiking North Carolina’s State Parks: The Best Trail Adventures from the Appalachians to the Atlantic

North Carolina’s state parks reflect the natural abundance and variety in the Tar Heel State, with preserves located in each of the major regions from mountains to coast. Detailed information for more than 50 hikes, including highlights and advice for each hike. Expert guidance on what gear to take with you.

National Forest Camping: Directory of 4,108 Designated Camping Areas at 141 Forests in 42 States 

Rand McNally 2024 Large Scale Road Atlas: 100th Anniversary Collector’s Edition

This updated 2024 edition contains maps of every U.S. state, plus expanded coverage of Canada and Mexico, that are 35% larger than the standard atlas version. Includes over 350 detailed city inset and national park maps and a comprehensive, unabridged index. The Rand McNally Road Atlas has been the essential, trusted tool for road travelers for 100 years.

RV Adventures: 25 Epic Routes

Get inspired and get ready to hit the road with the ultimate guide to America’s best RV road trips! RV basics and essential tips like how to pack, how to pick campgrounds, types of RVs, renting an RV, and more. Can’t-miss stops from coast to coast: Camp on the beach in the Florida Keys, follow the ruts on the historic Oregon Trail, and wildlife-watch in Yellowstone. Hike in Acadia with your four-legged friend, take in the colorful wind-swept vistas of the Badlands, and enjoy mountain-peak views with your morning cup of coffee in Colorado.

Yellowstone & Grand Teton: Make the Most of One to Three Days in the Parks

Whether you’re stopping for a day hike or spending a long weekend under the stars, escape to the great outdoors. The top hikes in Yellowstone and Grand Teton: Whether you’re looking to stretch your legs for a couple hours or challenge yourself to an epic trek, you’ll find trailheads, detailed trail descriptions, individual maps, mileage, and elevation gains.

Make it the perfect getaway with the best lakes, views, picnic spots, and more. Hike through alpine forests to rushing waterfalls and panoramic lakeside views, or catch a glimpse of wild bison, elk, wolves, or bears. Bask in the colorful radiance of Grand Prismatic Spring or stroll the boardwalks along Mammoth Hot Springs.

John’s Adventures at Yellowstone Park: A story about the many wonders that exist at Yellowstone National Park for ages 2-8

Join John and his family as they embark on an exciting camping trip to Yellowstone Park, where each member has their own unique sightseeing agenda. BUY NOW!

Family Camping, Hiking, and Backpacking

Are you looking for a fun family activity your kids will remember for years? What could be better than escaping the city and getting into nature to clear your mind and have experiences that make you feel alive? BUY NOW: The Ultimate Guide to Creating the Most Memorable Family Experience in the Great Outdoors

JanSport Hatchet Travel Backpack

Dual side water bottle pockets

North American Campground Guide

Motorola Talkabout Radio, 3 Pack

100 Hikes of a Lifetime: The World’s Ultimate Scenic Trails

This ultimate hiker’s bucket list, from the celebrated Appalachian Trail to Micronesia’s off-the-beaten-path Six Waterfalls Hike, treks through 100 energizing experiences for all levels. So, pack your gear and lace your boots: this comprehensive and innovative guide will lead you to experience the best hikes of your life!

California Camping: The Complete Guide to Tent and RV Camping 

Hiking the Blue Ridge Parkway: The Ultimate Travel Guide to America’s Most Popular Scenic Roadway

There has never been a better time to explore the Blue Ridge Parkway! This updated edition of Hiking the Blue Ridge Parkway is ideal for anyone who uses the Parkway as a portal to the Southern Appalachian experience. It includes the best trails in the national forests, state parks, and private preserves that line the 469-mile roadway—from the southern end of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina—making it a single-volume solution for the serious explorer, whether on foot or by car.

  • Hikes suited to every ability, from 0.1-mile nature walks to 13-mile backpacks, with options for longer treks
  • Accurate directions to both popular and less-traveled trails
  • Up-to-date trail descriptions and detailed trail maps
  • Difficulty ratings and elevation gain for each hike
  • Mileage log for the entire Parkway and a guide to wildflowers
  • Tips for zero-impact hiking, trail etiquette, and hiking with kids

Best Hiking in Southwest Colorado around Ouray, Telluride, Silverton and Lake City

The trails in this guide, best hiked between mid-July and mid-September, appeal to day hikers who like to go high and walk 6.0 to 12.5 miles/day. Elevation gains range from 1,000 to 3,500-ft. Many of the hikes offer great intermediate turnaround points for those seeking a shorter day. 

Hiking Activity Book for Kids: 35 Fun Projects for Your Next Outdoor Adventure 

Hiking is an amazing way for kids to explore the great outdoors and learn new things about the world around them. This book is filled with 35 hands-on hiking projects that encourage kids to get outside, gain important skills, and discover all the awesome lessons nature can teach them.

Lightweight Travel Day Pack

Simple backpack for daily use or trips. Reflective strip design increases night security. Two side pockets to hold water bottles.

Guide to Tent and RV Camping in Washington and Oregon

The Scouting Guide to Hiking: An Officially-Licensed Book of the Boy Scouts of America

In The Ultimate Guide to Hiking, readers interested in the outdoors are provided with time-tested advice on hiking and backpacking in the wilderness. Some practical tips include:

  • How to choose the best gear
  • How to set up a campsite
  • How to interact safely with wildlife
  • How to properly read a map
  • How to forecast the weather
  • Learning practical navigation skills
  • And so much more!

Timberland Kids Back Road Hiker Boots

50 States, 500 Campgrounds: Where to Go, When to Go, What to See, What to Do 

Discover the top tent and cabin campsites, as well as RV resorts and glamping destinations around the United States and Canada. Along with destination information―location, contact info, open seasons, and amenities―along with expert recommendations for activities including hiking, biking, and water sports; the best restaurants for days you need a break from the camp stove; and nearby attractions―from sights within nearby national and state parks to local museums.

Choose from 10 sites in each state, Western and Eastern Canada, the U.S. Virgin Islands, and Puerto Rico, including a cabin at Yogi Bear’s Delaware Beaches Jellystone Park Camp Resort; a tent near the stunning waterfall at the Grand Canyon’s Havasupai Campground; or a cozy yurt in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Whatever your camping bucket list includes, 50 States, 500 Campgrounds has the site for you.

Best Easy Day Hikes Olympic National Park

Easy-to-follow maps for thirty-one short, manageable hikes.

  • Half-hour strolls to full-day adventures
  • Hikes for everyone, including families
  • Hikes ranked from easiest to most challenging
  • Easy-to-use trail maps
  • GPS coordinates

Hiking Safety Handbook

With more people discovering the excitement, beauty, and tranquility of the outdoors, hiking participation is at an all-time high. Unfortunately, so too are hiking accidents. Knowing what to do in an emergency and–even more important–how to keep yourself out of trouble in the first place are crucial.

100 Five Star Campsites for Van Camping, RV Camping, Tent Camping, Boondocking, Nomad Life

Camping Idaho

This comprehensive guidebook gives detailed descriptions of more than 300 public campgrounds throughout Idaho’s widely varied scenery. Campsites in the remote wilderness areas and near cities, in deserts and on mountaintops, along roaring streams and by popular fishing and boating lakes.

6 Pack Family 2 Way Radios Walkie Talkies with Earpiece and Mic

The portable PTT walkie-talkies are perfect for women or men outdoor adventures, such as camping, hiking, hunting, boating, fishing, skiing and so on.

How to Hike the Appalachian Trail

A Comprehensive Guide to Plan and Prepare for a Successful Thru-Hike.

Wright’s Guide to Camping with the Corps of Engineers

The complete guide to campgrounds built and operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. Corps of Engineers campgrounds are regarded as the best public camping areas in America, this new edition contains GPS coordinates, directions, cost, a list of amenities available at each campground and more!

Pacific Northwest Hiking: Best Hikes plus Beer, Bites, and Campgrounds Nearby in Oregon

Pack a lunch, lace up your boots, and hit the trails. Choose from strategic lists of the best hikes for waterfalls, wildflowers, bringing your dog, and more, plus a breakdown of the best hikes by season.

Essential Planning Details: Each hike is described in detail and marked with round-trip distance and hiking time, difficulty, terrain type, elevation gain, and access points.

Nearby Fun: Kick back at a local brewery after your hike, find a nearby campground for a night under the stars, or enjoy a plate of fresh oysters with an ocean view.

Diverse Hiking Options: Whether you plan to take breathtaking coastal walks in Oregon or challenging treks around Mount Rainier, enjoy outdoor getaways ranging from easy day hikes to multi-day backpacking trips.

Best Day Hikes in Vermont: Four-Season Guide to 60 of the Best Trails in the Green Mountain State

From the Green Mountains that give the state its name to the shores of Lake Champlain to the southern woodlands, Vermont is made for hikers. This fully revised guide includes classic hikes such as Camel’s Hump, Mount Mansfield, and sections of the Long and Appalachian trails, along with new additions Raven Ridge, Killington Peak, Moose Bog, and more. The book’s at-a-glance trip planner highlights the best hikes near public transportation, that are wheelchair accessible, for kids, for canine companions, and more.

Hiking the Pacific Crest Trail: Mexico to Canada

100 Parks, 5,000 Ideas: Where to Go, When to Go, What to See, What to Do

This robust guide provides an overview of the park, detailed travel advice, fascinating facts, insider knowledge about wildlife, and expert tips for hiking, biking, camping, and exploring.

Plus, explore the natural beauty tucked away in cities like New York’s Central Park and Boston Commons, and find bonus parks with day-trip suggestions to nearby neighbors. Top 10 lists throughout highlight best-of destinations for river trips, monuments, panoramic views, beaches, and more. 

National Monuments of the USA

Readers will marvel at the fantastic sights to be seen throughout the United States of America.

Waterfalls of Virginia & West Virginia: 174 Falls in the Old Dominion and the Mountain State

Waterfalls create a feeling of serenity, a sense of restrained power. Their grandeur takes our breath away. Their gentle sounds complement periods of meditation. The informative guidebook pairs professional photographs of every waterfall with all the information you need, including directions, distance, hike difficulty, and more. 

Hiking Backpack with Rain Cover

Illinois: Your Camping Guide to Scenic Beauty, the Sounds of Nature, and an Escape from Civilization

The Prairie State provides a spectacular backdrop for some of the most scenic campgrounds in the country. 50 private, state park, state recreation area, forest preserve, and wildlife area campgrounds. Whether you seek a quiet campground near a fish-filled stream or a family campground with all the amenities, grab Best Tent Camping: Illinois. It’s an escape for all who wish to find those special locales that recharge the mind, body, and spirit. 

Comprehensive Guide to Hiking Trails in the White Mountain National Forest

This 31st edition has been updated and revised with turn-by-turn descriptions of more than 500 trails, as well as trip planning advice, safety information, and a checklist of New Hampshire’s 4,000-footers. Hikers can discover new routes and better plan for old favorites with a list of suggested hikes in each region, along with easy-to-follow trail statistics charting cumulative distance, elevation, and time between waypoints.

Whether you’re backpacking through the Presidentials or taking a day hike to one of the region’s many stunning waterfalls, the White Mountain Guide is the one book you absolutely must have.

Camping Washington

This fully updated and revised guide to more than 300 public campgrounds in the state of Washington is perfect for tent and RV campers alike. Best campgrounds in six categories: families with small children and families with teenagers, campers who seek solitude, anglers, hikers, and wildlife viewers.

Day Hiking North Cascades

1% of sales donated to the Washington Trails Association for trail maintenance. This guide covers Mount Baker, the North Cascades Highway (SR 20) corridor, North Cascades National Park, Winthrop and the Methow Valley, the Pasayten Wilderness area, parts of Glacier Peak Wilderness, and the Mountain Loop Highway.

Compact and fresh with a broad range of hiking options, this is the most up-to-date guide for the area, and is organized along highway and other travel corridors with an emphasis on trails that are 12 miles or shorter, round-trip. The new edition features 136 hikes total, with 30 all-new ones and several expanded routes. Many of these hikes are not included in any other guide.

New England Hiking

Discover local adventures in Vermont, New Hampshire, Maine, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.

  • 150 Outdoor Getaways, including easy day hikes and multi-day backpacking trips.
  • Diverse Hiking Options from breathtaking seaside walks in Coastal Maine to challenging backcountry treks in the Berkshires.
  • The Top Outdoor Experiences: Cool off under a cascading waterfall, pick wild blueberries from a meadow, and take in views of endless autumnal foliage. Take a dip in the ocean after scaling the cliffs in Acadia or meander through shorebird habitats in Rhode Island. Visit a replica of Thoreau’s cabin at historic Walden Pond, enjoy a peaceful afternoon on a secluded trail, and marvel at the Boston skyline from afar.
  • Nearby Fun: Relax after your hike at a local brewery, find a nearby campground, or stop for lunch at a mom n’ pop eatery.
  • Tips and Tools: Advice on gear, first aid, protecting the environment, and getting park passes, plus background information on climate, landscape, and wildlife.

Climb Every Mountain: 46 of the Northeast’s 111 Hikes over 4,000 Feet

Taking on one of the Northeast’s 4,000 footers is becoming a pilgrimage for Northeast residents and its visitors. While more people than ever are hiking them, there’s still a dearth of good information about each mountain and its surrounding areas, especially in winter.

101 Great Hikes San Francisco Bay Area

Hikes range from short, flat routes suitable for families to day-long, steep treks for more ambitious hikers, with options to extend or shorten many routes.

Best Tent Camping: Missouri & the Ozarks

50 quiet and beautiful camping hideaways in Missouri and northwest Arkansas. In addition to describing the scenic beauty and relaxing atmosphere, campground profiles also include tips for outdoor activities and points of interest. Especially helpful are the “Best For” lists that guide readers to the top campgrounds for picturesque environment, families, hiking, swimming, cycling and mountain biking, and more. Whether campers are looking for places to fish, hike, and canoe or the best sites for photography, Henry provides plenty of information to make choosing the right campsite easy.

Day Hiking in the Western Maine Mountains

The mountains and foothills of western Maine are a hiker’s paradise, featuring some of the finest hiking terrain in the Eastern U.S. Hikes range from quiet stream-side rambles and waterfall hikes to gut-busting ascents to high peaks with breezy open summits. There are short walks that will take an hour or less, and there are day-long treks, all rounded out with maps, practical tips and safety advice, and even suggestions for hiking with kids and dogs.

The Essential Guide to Hiking with Dogs

Alaska on Foot: Hiking & Climbing 

One of the last great wildernesses in the world and a backpacker’s paradise, Alaska is also a land of extremes. Before you head out to this last frontier, there are some important things to know: how to prepare and plan for your trip, how to decide where to go, and how to safely make the most of the experience. 

Elks Lodge Camping: Directory of 528 Elks Lodges in 49 States

Elks Lodges around the United States provide safe, convenient, reasonably priced accommodations.

Camping North Carolina

You will also find many fun and exciting things to do in the surrounding areas of each campground, from hang gliding on the Outer Banks to zip lining in the mountains, watching the wild mustangs run on the beach, or simply sitting by a waterfall. Also included is helpful information about camping basics and etiquette, camping with children, and the state’s diverse and abundant wildlife. Pack up the tent, load your vehicle, and hit the road. 

Inn-to-Inn Walks in the United States: Featuring Seven Long-Distance Walks From Six States

With day-to-day descriptions, this book is richly illustrated with colored maps and dozens of photographs from the trails. So where will you go? Do them all! You only need to decide which walk will be the first.

  • California Coast (2 walks)
  • Maine’s Atlantic Coast
  • Massachusetts Appalachian Trail
  • Oregon Coast Trail
  • Vermont’s Small Towns
  • Virginia Appalachian Trail

You’ll plan your walk, reserve your accommodations in advance, load up your backpack, and set off. Each day you’ll wake up in a new town and walk to the next. Meeting locals and other hikers, enjoying the attractions and feeling the wind at your back, you’ll end in the next village in time to settle in, go out for a relaxing dinner, and get to bed early so you can do it all again tomorrow. There’s no vacation like it!

Best Tent Camping: Wisconsin

The Badger State provides a spectacular backdrop for some of the most scenic campgrounds in the country from the shores of Lake Superior to the surprisingly hilly terrain of Sidie Hollow. Every site is rated for beauty, privacy, spaciousness, safety and security.

60 Hikes Within 60 Miles: Phoenix: Including Scottsdale, Glendale, and Mesa

It’s Time to Take a Hike in Beautiful Arizona! The best way to experience Phoenix is by hiking it! These selected trails transport you to scenic overlooks, wildlife hot spots, ancient ruins, and petroglyphs that renew your spirit and recharge your body.

Explore some of the country’s finest city-owned wilderness preserves: Phoenix Sonoran Preserve, South Mountain Park/Preserve, and Scottsdale’s McDowell Sonoran Preserve. Hike at 7,000 feet at Brown’s Peak, Mount Ord, and Mount Peeley. See Arizona’s only Wild River Area at the Mazatzal Wilderness in Tonto National Forest. 

Hiking from Home: A Long-Distance Hiking Guide for Family and Friends

This informative guide explains the basics of long-distance hiking as well as logistics, such as what gear is carried, how hikers eat, where they sleep, and how they know where to go.

SKYSPER Hiking Backpack

RV Camping in National Parks: Camping Guide to the Top National Parks and Lakes of North America

California Hiking: The Complete Guide to 1,000 of the Best Hikes in the Golden State

Pick the right hike for you, from breathtaking coastal walks to challenging backcountry treks, with options ranging from easy day hikes to multi-day backpacking trips.

Camping New Mexico

Let your trip to the Land of Enchantment begin. Whether you’re planning to explore Carlsbad Caverns, test your rock-climbing skills at City of Rocks State Park, or hike in the Manzano Mountains, Camping New Mexico can help you find the perfect spot to pitch your tent or park your RV.

Best Day Hikes in the Shenandoah Valley

Shenandoah Valley is a lush, dramatic, ruggedly beautiful area, with access for hikers of all skill levels to see the landscapes close up that shaped our nation’s history. Whether you’re an avid backpacker or you seek adventure in your own backyard, this must-have resource covers the entirety of the Shenandoah Valley, with 50 curated hiking routes exploring Harpers Ferry, Shenandoah National Park, Massanutten Mountain, and more. Hikes range from easy walks of a few miles with little elevation gain to more demanding treks through challenging terrain.

JanSport Cool Backpack

Camping Utah

Detailed descriptions of more than 300 public campgrounds throughout Utah. These are campsites managed by national, state, city, and county parks; the USDA Forest Service; the Bureau of Land Management; tribal organizations; and several private companies.

Camping and Woodcraft: A Handbook for Vacation Campers

A standard manual for campers and a veritable outdoor enthusiast’s bible for over four decades, this book reflects Horace Kephart’s practical knowledge and covers, in depth, any problem that campers might confront.

Wine Hiking Oregon: Explore the Landscapes of Oregon Wines

Each carefully selected hike leads you through a stunning natural landscape and ends near a winery or tasting room where an excellent Oregon wine awaits you! This full-color guidebook features Oregon’s best one- to six-hour wine hikes.

Colorado Camping

Find sites that offer access to the trails throughout the Western Slope, Rocky Mountains, Four Corners and the San Juan Mountains, the San Luis Valley, and more. Information on equipment, food and cooking, first aid, and insect protection, plus background on the climate, landscape, and history of the campgrounds., Inc.

Beer Hiking Pacific Northwest

Beer lovers and hiking enthusiasts, these 52 Pacific Northwest hikes are for you! Each carefully-selected hike leads you through stunning scenery, and ends near a brewery or a brewpub—where a local craft beer awaits! This full-color guidebook features the best one to six-hour beer hikes in Washington, Oregon, and British Columbia.

Oregon Camping

Grab your sleeping bag, pack the car, and discover the best spots to camp in the great outdoors.

JanSport Hatchet Travel Backpack

Day Hiking the North Georgia Mountains

In North Georgia, hiking opportunities are virtually unlimited. With public lands in abundance, these mountains have hundreds of miles of designated hiking trails leading to clifftop views, through deep gorges, and over high summits―all within a few hours of metro Atlanta. This guide includes 65 of the best day hikes in the region, ranging from 1 to 14 miles.

Camping Florida: The Sunshine State

Florida hosts some six million campers annually, and many of them stay at the state’s public campgrounds and campsites.

Beach and Coastal Camping in Florida

A practical guide to the best campgrounds for tent, van, and trailer camping in coastal Florida.

Great Lakes & Midwest USA’s National Parks

Get to the heart of Great Lakes and the Midwest’s National Parks and begin your journey now! Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots. Focused on the best hikes, drives, and cycling tours. Full-color trail and park maps.

Utah: With Zion, Bryce Canyon, Arches, Capitol Reef, and Canyonlands National Parks

Whether you want to hike through Zion, ski in Park City, or visit the Great Salt Lake, the local Fodor’s travel experts in Utah are here to help! Fodor’s Utah guidebook is packed with maps, carefully curated recommendations, and everything else you need to simplify your trip-planning process and make the most of your time. 

Camping Texas: A Comprehensive Guide to More than 200 Campgrounds

Guide to hundreds of public campgrounds in the Lone Star State. From the Texas Gulf Coast to the mountains of West Texas, the camping opportunities in this book accommodate a range of outdoor interests, including fishing, boating, mountain biking, bird watching, and horseback riding. 

Easy Day Hikes: Blue Ridge Parkway 

Concise descriptions and detailed maps for thirty-four easy-to-follow trails from the southern end of Shenandoah National Park in Virginia to Great Smoky Mountains National Park in North Carolina.

Camping Tennessee

This handy guidebook includes detailed descriptions of more than 100 public campgrounds throughout the state – East Tennessee, Middle Tennessee, and West Tennessee – the listings include campsites in state, city, and county parks; in national parks and national forests; and on other public lands. Whether you plan to hike along the Appalachian Trail, kayak the Big South Fork River, swim in Center Hill Lake, or simply relax and enjoy Tennessee’s varied scenery, let this book be your guide.

Acadia National Park: Best Day Hikes, Walks, and Sights in Maine

Centered on Mount Desert Island, with its famed views from Cadillac Mountain, the park also encompasses the town of Bar Harbor, stunning Isle au Haut, and the rugged coast of Schoodic Peninsula. Guide features include:

  • 40 day hikes with detailed directions, photos, maps
  • Recommended 1- and 3-day itineraries
  • Park access and transportation options, including biking.

Hiking & Mountain Biking in Pisgah National Forest

Pisgah is primarily a hardwood forest with whitewater rivers, waterfalls and hundreds of miles of trails in North Carolina. This concise guide describes 20 daytime hikes, 12 overnight hikes, and 29 mountain bike rides with trail details, maps, driving directions, and GPS coordinates for 18 trailheads. It also includes a section listing 21 waterfalls and how to get to them.

Schwinn High Timber Youth/Adult Mountain Bike

A Guide to the Hiking Trails of the Hocking Hills State Park (Ohio)

Each hiking trail includes parking/trailhead GPS and QR codes, a description of hiking areas, directions, maps, and pictures of the hiking trail. Unique and interesting topics about the trails along with some local legends and history.

Guide To Dispersed Camping In California, Colorado, Washington, Utah, Nevada, Alaska, and Arizona

100 Hikes: Eastern Oregon

This comprehensive guide has everything you need to plan a day hike, a weekend tour, or a weeks-long vacation in Eastern Oregon, with tips on where to stay and what to see along the way. 

100 Hikes: Oregon Coast

Whether you’re touring Highway 101 or exploring off the beaten path, this guide has everything you’ll need to plan a trip to Oregon’s spectacular coast. Easy-to-read maps and detailed descripts of the area’s trails, from easy strolls to backpacking treks. Tips on discovering lighthouses, beaches, harbors, aquariums, picnic spots, towns, and campgrounds.

California’s John Muir Trail: The Essential Guide to Hiking America’s Most Famous Trail

Stretching 220 miles from Yosemite Valley to Mount Whitney and onward to Whitney Portal, California’s famed John Muir Trail is one of the most popular backpacking routes in the U.S. It passes through some of the most dramatic scenery in the country: massive granite peaks, dizzying waterfalls, pristine alpine lakes, and vibrant meadows filled with Sierra wildflowers. Plus, it offers the mildest, sunniest climate of any major mountain range in the world. The John Muir Trail contains the information you need for hiking or backpacking the route, including campsites.

Hiking North Carolina: A Guide to More Than 500 of North Carolina’s Greatest Hiking Trails

With full color photographs and maps, this is a guide to hiking trails from the Great Smoky Mountains and the Blue Ridge Parkway to the Piedmont and the Outer Banks., Inc.

Hiking South Carolina’s Foothills Trail

Although the 76.2-mile Foothills National Recreation Trail begins and ends in South Carolina’s “golden corner” along the Blue Ridge Escarpment, it also traverses two of North Carolina’s most beautiful mountain counties. Along the way it crosses five rivers, passes numerous spectacular waterfalls, and climbs to South Carolina’s highest point.

This slim pocket guide has concise thru-hike directions from either end of the trail, detailed maps, major and minor trailheads; the best day hikes and overnights; campsites, water sources, and GPS coordinates. All this and more in an easy-to-use reference format that will help you keep your pack small and light.

Hiking Indiana

This guide includes more than 70 hikes, ranging from easy afternoon jaunts to multi-day backpack trips.

The Joy of Winter Hiking: Inspiration and Guidance for Cold Weather Adventures

Clarks Maplewalk Moc Brown Ankle Boots for Men. You’ve got the plans, Clarks has the shoes. Waterproof dark brown leather uppers and a 6mm foam footbed surround busy feet with total comfort – so you can stick to your plans no matter the weather.

Hiking Colorado Waterfalls

From the Front Range to the West Slope, Colorado boasts beautiful waterfalls. More than 125 of the most scenic waterfall hikes in the state. From Crestone to Telluride, Grand Junction to Steamboat Springs, Walden to Westcliffe, this guide will take you through state and national parks, forests, monuments and wilderness areas, and from popular city parks to the most remote and secluded corners of the state to view the most spectacular waterfalls.

Clarks Kids Boots. The navy leather upper, cosy cushioning and lightweight grippy sole protect and comfort smaller feet on every adventure. Waterproof padded collar and tongue help to keep feet dry and comfortable.

Best Tent Camping: Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains

Perfect Camping for You in Tennessee, North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia. The Southern Appalachian and Smoky Mountains provide spectacular backdrops for some of the most scenic campgrounds in the country.

Coleman 4-Person Camping Tent

Florida State Parks and Forests Adventure Guide Book 2023

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The RV Camping Bible

Find the perfect spot for your RV stay, whether you prefer amenities or a more rustic experience. Discover the countless benefits of The RV Camping Bible. It’s time to take action and start your journey towards a lifetime of extraordinary experiences. Your dream adventure awaits. It’s time to hit the road!

Camping Georgia: A Comprehensive Guide to the State’s Best Campgrounds

Looking for the ideal spot to pitch your tent or park your RV? Camping Georgia will take you there. This comprehensive guidebook gives detailed descriptions of more than 100 public campgrounds throughout Georgia – from the mountains to the plains to the coastal areas.

Coleman Evanston Screened Camping Tent

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Hiking Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Discover the 82 greatest hikes within Great Smoky Mountains National Park. Everyone from the avid trekker to family day-hiker will find a new trail to enjoy in the Smokies. Each hike is covered by concise descriptions, detailed maps, and turn-by-turn directions. Set out confidently and enjoy glorious views and peaceful wilderness.

Clarks Magnolia Moon Ankle Boots for Women. Weatherproof finish protects against the elements. From its weatherproof finish, targeted cushioning and stretch that deliver that essential everyday support for fall and winter.

Great Smoky Mountains National Park Map

National Geographic’s Trails Illustrated map of the park combines unparalleled detail and valuable information for outdoor enthusiasts seeking to explore all the area has to offer with particular attention shown to backcountry campsites, shelters, and stream crossings. A detailed profile of the Appalachian National Scenic Trail, which snakes along the ridge of the Great Smoky Mountains, provides a handy tool for hikers. The map features many key points of interest as well, including Cades Cove, Fontana Lake, Maryville, and Gatlinburg.

With over 800 miles of mapped trails, the Great Smoky Mountains National Park map can guide you off the beaten path and back again. The clearly marked trails include mileages between intersections. The map base includes contour lines and elevations for summits, passes and many lakes. Some of the many recreation features include visitor centers, campgrounds, trail shelters, trailheads, boat ramps, scenic overlooks, interpretive trails and quiet walkways.

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

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Guides to Backpacking, Cycling & Hiking Canada

Guides to Hiking New York and New Jersey

Wine Country Hiking and Wine Tasting Adventures

Guides to Cycling and Hiking in California

Camping, Hiking, and Mountain Biking in the Blue Ridge Mountains

Guides to Scenic Waterfalls and Day Hiking

Backpacking and Hiking Safety Guides

Inspiring Travel Getaway Destinations

Practical Guides to Hiking in Georgia, North Carolina & South Carolina

Guides to Planning Your Camping and Hiking Trip Adventure