Gorgeous enough to be its own national park, the ruggedness of West Virginia, with its large tracts of unspoiled land, is a boon to all outdoor enthusiasts. Within this land of moonshine and coal mining lie so many places to camp, outdoor enthusiasts will want to read The Best in Tent Camping: West Virginia to ensure that they will have the most beautiful campsite around. From the Allegheny Highlands to the Ohio River Valley, from the Greenbrier Valley to the Central Heartland, the campgrounds profiled are each unique. Whether readers plan to fish, boat, climb, raft, hike, or just enjoy kicking back in the great outdoors, author Johnny Molloy's suggestions will help them plan a perfect trip.
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If you subscribe to the opinion that televisions, Japanese lanterns, and electric guitars are not essential camping equipment, The Best in Tent Camping: West Virginia should be your constant companion.
From the Allegheny Highlands to the Feudin' Country of the Hatfields and McCoys, camping in West Virginia has never been better. This is a guidebook for tent campers who like quiet, scenic, and serene campsites. It's the perfect resource if you blanch at the thought of pitching a tent on a concrete slab, trying to sleep through the blare of another camper's boombox, or waking to find your tent surrounded by a convoy of RVs.
The Best in Tent Camping: West Virginia will guide you to the quietest, most beautiful, most secure, and best managed campgrounds in the Mountain State. Painstakingly selected from hundreds of campgrounds, each campsite is rated for beauty, noise, privacy, security, spaciousness and cleanliness.
Each campground profile gives unbiased and thorough evaluations, taking the guess work out of finding the perfect site. Essential details on facilities, reservations, fees, and restrictions, as well as an accurate, easy-to-read campground map make locating the perfect site a snap. Also included are suggestions for nearby outdoor recreation and sightseeing, pinpointing attractions that often go unnoticed.
Born in Tennessee, Johnny Molloy moved to Knoxville in 1980 to attend the University of Tennessee. The lure of nearby Smoky Mountain National Park was too hard to resist. In spite of a disastrous first camping trip, Molloy developed a life-long passion for the outdoors, which he continues today, 15 years and 1,300 nights later. He is the author of several hiking and tent camping guides to the Virginia, West Virginia, and Tennessee areas, and lives in Nashiville.
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Book Description Menasha Ridge Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. 2nd. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0897325524
Book Description Menasha Ridge Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. book. Bookseller Inventory # 0897325524
Book Description Menasha Ridge Press, 2003. Paperback. Book Condition: New. Bookseller Inventory # P110897325524
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