THE 2019 EDITION OF “CAMP-CALIFORNIA! THE CAMPERS’S GUIDE TO CALIFORNIA” DOUBLES AS A TRIP PLANNING GUIDE FOR EVERY REGION OF THE STATE IN EVERY MONTH OF THE YEAR
In addition to highlighting California’s “quaint, quirky and downright adorable small towns,” the free guide features unique road trip ideas for both California and parts of Nevada with a focus on 13 caving destinations as well as eclectic music, food, wine and outdoor recreation events
While the award-winning guide is best known for its focus on campgrounds, RV parks and resorts with sought after amenities, onsite activities and entertainment, this year’s guide includes feature stories on unique road trip ideas, including caving destinations, “quaint, quirky and downright adorable small towns” as well as eclectic music, food, wine and cultural festivals and even outdoor recreation events as varied as balloon races, rodeos and guided snowshoe walks.
“This is much more than a campground directory. It’s a publication that you can sit down and read while enjoying a glass of wine,” said Dyana Kelley, incoming executive director and CEO of the California Association of RV Parks and Campgrounds, which produces the guide in addition to hosting Camp-California.com, the travel planning website.
“We’re now taking the approach of creating an annual magazine focusing on unique aspects of California like our cave system this year. Other topics in the pipeline include ghost towns, California missions, gold rush history, volcanos, and wildlife viewing. The idea is to make the Camp-California Guide a collector piece that consumers …