Mickey Little's Camper's Guide to Northern California. Parks, Lakes, PDF

By Mickey Little

ISBN-10: 1461732581

ISBN-13: 9781461732587

Featuring key campground beneficial properties, amenities, and actions, this guide's a hundred thirty+ maps take you correct the place you need to cross. this can be the main entire, map-packed, best-organized tenting advisor you could personal.

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Dig a hole 4 to 6 inches deep. Try to keep the sod intact. After use, fill in the hole, completely burying waste. Then tramp in the sod. Emergency Items According to conditions, carry rain gear, extra warm clothing such as a windbreaker, wool jacket, hat, and gloves. Sunscreen lotion is important to use in warm and cold conditions. Keep extra high-energy foods like hard candies, chocolate, dried fruits, or liquids accessible. Do not overload yourself, but be prepared. Travel with a first aid kit, map, compass, and whistle.

The list of parks/campgrounds requiring reservations and their reservation seasons changes from year to year. Even the agency handling the reservations can change so only basic information is given here. Each reservation system charges a fee for the reservation, as well as a cancellation fee. Because these are subject to change, the current fees are not given. As a campground user, the best procedure, each year, is to obtain an up-to-date copy of each brochure (state parks, national parks, national forests) describing the reservation procedure and containing the camping reservation application.

See “Federal Recreation Passport Program,” page 12 for details. Most campsites are available on a first-come, first-served basis with no reservation accepted. Reservations for some family and group campgrounds can be obtained through DESTINET. See “Reservation Systems,” page 11. Limit of stay at most campsites is 14 days, but may be less in the more popular areas. In campgrounds, camp only in those places specifically marked or provided. Dispersed camping is allowed in most forests and is ideal for visitors with self-contained units, or for those who just want to get away from it all.

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