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Fort Stevens Lake (Oregon)

Fort Stevens Dock (Oregon)

Nehalem Bay View (Oregon)

Nehalem Boat Ramp (Oregon)

Jessie M. Honeyman View

Lake Tahoe

Tahoe City 1 - Silver Creek Campsite Photos -

Starrigavin Estuary, Sitka AK

Sebastian Inlet State Park is gorgeous

John Pennekamp State Park encompasses approximately 70 nautical square miles!

Lake Louisa State Park in Central Florida

A lake-side beach campground view from Nevada Beach Campground. Click the photo for more info.

- Nevada Beach Campsite Photos -

Cultus Lake in Oregon is one of 150 lakes within an 87 mile radius with a camping season of May - September.

Little Lava Lake Campground in Oregon is part of a string of over 150 lakes within an 87 mile radius.

Frog Lake Campground on the coast of Oregon near the border of California offers 33 campsites for tents and RVs up to 22 ft in length.

There are 19 campsites on Stanley Lake in Idaho. Fishing for rainbow and lake trout, swimming and lounging at the beach. Click the photo for more info.

Grizzly Campground is one of the three located on Lake Davis, 7 miles north of Portola, California.

Located in the beautiful Sierra Nevada, Donner Memorial State Park (California) offers the summer vacationer opportunities for camping, picnicking, boating, fishing, water-skiing, and hiking.

The White Oak Creek Park/Campground is located on Walter F. George Lake on the Georgia/Alabama border. Operated by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, this 45,180-acre Chattahoochee River reservoir encompasses 640 miles of Georgia and Alabama shoreline and 85 river miles between Columbus and Ft. Gaines.

Silverwood Lake (California) was formed by the 249-foot Cedar Springs Dam. The lake features hiking trails, swimming beaches and designated areas for boating, waterskiing and fishing.

Tucked between the growing cities of Raleigh, Cary, Durham and the corporate world of Research Triangle Park is an oasis of tranquility, a peaceful haven—William B. Umstead State Park (Raleigh, North Carolina)