Lafe Low is a lifelong New Englander. He has spent his life camping, skiing, biking, hiking, and paddling his way throughout the People's Republic of New England. He is the former editor of Explore New England and Outdoor Adventure Magazine. He is currently living in Massachusetts, and working as an editor with CIO Magazine to help finance his funhog lifestyle.
Best Tent Camping: New England: Your Car-Camping Guide to Scenic Beauty, the Sounds of Nature, and an Escape from Civilizationby Lafe Low
Frorri Maine's Baxter State Park, home of Mount Katahdin, to the Boston Harbor Islands, so close to yet a world away from the city, pitching a tent in New England opens the door to endless adventure. And campers are never far from one of the myriad mountains, rivers, streams, and lakes that make the region a camper's paradise. But do you know how to find the right
Frorri Maine's Baxter State Park, home of Mount Katahdin, to the Boston Harbor Islands, so close to yet a world away from the city, pitching a tent in New England opens the door to endless adventure. And campers are never far from one of the myriad mountains, rivers, streams, and lakes that make the region a camper's paradise. But do you know how to find the right place?
Here's the answer, right in your hands. Maybe you seek a small, quiet campground near a fish-filled stream for a weekend of solitude … or maybe you and the kids need a campground with all the amenities and lots of recreational options. In Best Tent Camping: New England, veteran writer and outdoors enthusiast Lafe Low has compiled the most up-to-date research-in the region he knows so well-to steer you straight to the safe arid scenic treasure spot you had in mind.
Each campground profile includes
Detailed maps of 60 campgrounds in the six New England states
Key information such as fees, restrictions, dates of operation, and facilities
Selections based on location, diverse topography and size, overall appeal, and reliable management
Driving directions to the campground and GPS coordinates
Ratings for beauty, privacy, spaciousness, quiet, safety and security, and cleanliness
So get ready to pitch your tent. And fake along your copy of Best Tent Camping: New England. It's handy on your way, and even after you arrive. This guide is a keeper.
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