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The Best in Tent Camping: Arizona (Best Tent Camping) by Kirstin Olmon
The Best in Tent Camping: Florida, 2nd: A Guide to Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Georgia: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RV's, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Illinois: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by John Schirle
The Best in Tent Camping: Maryland: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Evan L. Balkan
The Best in Tent Camping: Minnesota: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best in Tent Camping - Menasha Ridge) by Tom Watson
The Best in Tent Camping: Montana: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Ken Soderberg
The Best in Tent Camping: New Jersey: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Marie Javins
The Best in Tent Camping: New Mexico: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Monte Parr
The Best in Tent Camping: New York State: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Aaron Starmer
The Best in Tent Camping: Northern California, 3rd: A Guide for Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable by Bill Mai
The Best in Tent Camping: Oregon: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best by Jeanne Louise Pyle
The Best in Tent Camping: Pennsylvania: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Matt Willen
The Best in Tent Camping: Smoky Mountains : A Guide for Campers Who Hate Rvs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Southern California by Bill Mai
The Best in Tent Camping: Tennessee & Kentucky: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Tennessee: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best Tent Camping) by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Texas: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Wendel Withrow
The Best in Tent Camping: The Carolinas, 2nd (Best in Tent Camping - Menasha Ridge) by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: The Ozarks (Best in Tent Camping - Menasha Ridge) by Steve Henry
The Best in Tent Camping: The Smokies and The Southern Appalachian Mountains, 4th Edition by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Utah: A Guide for Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best in Tent Camping - Menasha Ridge) by Jeffrey Steadman
The Best in Tent Camping: Virginia: A Guide to Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Randy Porter
The Best in Tent Camping: Washington & Oregon, 3rd: A Guide to Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable S by Jeanne Louise Pyle
The Best in Tent Camping: Washington: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (B by Jeanne Louise Pyle
The Best in Tent Camping: West Virginia: A Guide to Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Johnny Molloy
The Best in Tent Camping: Wisconsin, 2nd: A Guide for Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos (Best in Tent Camping - Menasha Ridge) by Johnny Molloy

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Recommendations

  1. Pacific Northwest Camping: The Complete Guide to More Than 45,000 Campsites for Rvers, Car Campers, and Tenters in Washi by Tom Stienstra (1998)
  2. California Camping by Tom Stienstra (1990)
  3. The Essential Guide to Wilderness Camping and Backpacking in the United States by Charles Cook (1994)
  4. California State Parks : A Complete Recreation Guide by Rhonda Ostertag (1995)
  5. The Best in Tent Camping: New England: A Guide for Car Campers Who Hate RVs, Concrete Slabs, and Loud Portable Stereos by Lafe Low (2002)
  6. 55 Hikes Around Stevens Pass: Wild Sky Area by Rick McGuire (2003)
  7. 50 Hikes in Kentucky: From the Appalachian Mountains to the Land Between the Lakes by Hiram Rogers (2002)
  8. Wisconsin's Outdoor Treasures: A Guide to 150 Natural Destinations by Tim Bewer (1997)
  9. Fodor's In Focus Great Smoky Mountains National Park, 1st Edition by Fodor's (2009)
  10. One Night Wilderness: San Francisco Bay Area: Quick and Convenient Backpacking Trips within Two Hours of San Francisco by Matt Heid (2011)
  11. California's Eastern Sierra: A Visitor's Guide by Sue Irwin (1991)
  12. Hiking North Carolina by Randy Johnson (1996)
  13. Backpacking Pennsylvania: 37 Great Hikes by Jeff Mitchell (2005)
  14. West Virginia Hiking Trails, 2nd: Hiking the Mountain State by Allen de Hart (1997)
  15. The Backpacker's Field Manual, Revised and Updated: A Comprehensive Guide to Mastering Backcountry Skills by Rick Curtis (1998)

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