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Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park

Porcupine Mountains Wilderness State Park is 15 miles west of Ontonagon in Michigan's Upper Peninsula. The Park's 60,000 acres are one of the few ...
  3 reviews
"Great for Fall Colors and Waterfalls"
Reviewed by dakota73
Visit Porcupine Mountain in the fall the colors are great. Usually the first week of October is best.
Sinkyone Wilderness State Park

Sinkyone Wilderness State Park

The rugged wilderness that once characterized the entire Mendocino Coast can still be explored and enjoyed in the 7,367 acre Sinkyone Wilderness ...
  2 reviews
"Not your average camp site"
Reviewed by lucystools
You must see this site to believe it. The ride there is half the adventure.
Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness

Boating, hiking, and camping are the main attractions at Boundary Waters Canoe Area (BWCA), which encompasses more than one million acres. Voyageurs ...
"Boundary Waters- awesome for hiking too!"
Reviewed by wackeddout
Beautiful place, and great for hiking
Hoover Wilderness

Hoover Wilderness

First established as a Primitive area in 1931, then a Wild area in 1957, Hoover Wilderness was one of the original members of the NWPS. Here is an ...
  1 review
"Pocket Himalayas with a smile on your face."
Reviewed by grassyknoll
CLASSIC SIERRAS with the peaks, the history, the wildflowers, and the room for much to discover!
Wilderness State Park

Wilderness State Park

Wilderness State Park is a nature lover's paradise, offering 26 miles of Lake Michigan shoreline, 16 miles of hiking trails and nine rustic cabins, ...
  8 reviews
"Wilderness State Park"
Reviewed by pixtaker
This is a beautiful park with a couple loops, lakeview and interior. Sites are spaced nicely and little if any vegetation . . .
Saddle Peak Hills Wilderness

Saddle Peak Hills Wilderness

Smallest of the areas designated by the California Desert Protection Act of 1994, this Wilderness includes the northern end of the Saddle Peak Hills ...
Cheaha Wilderness

Cheaha Wilderness

The southernmost peaks, ridges and streams of the Southern Appalachian Mountains, form the character of the Cheaha Wilderness. The area's name ...
  1 review
"Cheaha/Pinhoti Trail"
Reviewed by kayakndan
Cheaha has accessible features for the weekend traveler and the hardcore outdoor enthusiast. It is a fine destination for people of all ages.
Castle Crags Wilderness

Castle Crags Wilderness

Sheer granite cliffs, towering spires reaching up to 7,200 feet, and steep canyons hide five small alpine lakes in Castle Crags Wilderness. Indians ...
  1 review
"Beautiful!"
Reviewed by grisaleen
Several years ago, I took a guided tour of the Castle Crags Wilderness trails. It was absolutely beautiful. At the beginning, . . .
Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park

Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park

Levi Jackson Wilderness Road State Park honors both the first judge in Laurel County, and the road that has been ter med by some to be the most ...
  3 reviews
"Yeah!!! I survived, and it didn't kill me after all!!!"
Reviewed by jnsbray
Total peace. A new calm in which I have never known. Complete beauty.
Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park

Jay B. Starkey Wilderness Park

  2 reviews
"Starkey Wilderness Park"
Reviewed by cherbicide
Huge quiet park with bike trail, nature trails where you will find animals of all sorts (turtles, deer, armadillos, birds), . . .
Jones Gap State Park

Jones Gap State Park

Trailside camping in one of South Carolina's most pristine wilderness areas in the Upcountry can be enjoyed at this 3,346-acre park. Located in the ...
  1 review
"This park is a hidden park"
Reviewed by erikgriffith
Good place to hike or just go see the trout hatchery
Caesars Head State Park

Caesars Head State Park

Caesars Head is an excellent park for nature enthusiasts and photographers. This park joins Jones Gap State Park and other natural areas to comprise ...
  2 reviews
"The only thing I can say is view,view,view"
Reviewed by erikgriffith
If you live in upstate South carolina,georgia or western North Carolina you need to go see this place.
Brighton State Park

Brighton State Park

The primary attraction of this general area is its wilderness: mountains with tree-covered slopes, fast running rivers and streams, and clear lakes. ...
  1 review
"A Wonderful Camping Experience"
Reviewed by morgaine713
Brighton State Park is beautiful. We'd definitely go again to enjoy the peace, views, swimming, fishing and boating. $20 a night was pennies given the splendid time we had.
Farny State Park

Farny State Park

This forested wilderness connects watershed lands and is crossed by an old logging road. Streams, mixed oak-hardwood forest and swamps comprise the ...
  1 review
"Farny State Park - Wild Solitude"
Reviewed by frytz
Mostly untouched by the masses. A good place for solitude.
Bob Marshall Wilderness

Bob Marshall Wilderness

Many credit early forester, Wilderness preservation pioneer, and Wilderness Society cofounder Bob Marshall with single-handedly protecting at least ...
  4 reviews
"The "Bob" is fantastic!"
Reviewed by cjw1
I have  experienced the Bob Marshall in many different ways. I have hiked, horse backed and landed by plane.  . . .
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