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Wine Country Camping

Camping in wine country … now that’s a pairing! Pitch your tent at any of these wine country campgrounds where nearby wineries bring added cheers to the adventure (and to your beans and BBQ dinner)!

Week 07.21.2015
Regions Northern CA

Take a Napa

Camp or Stay in a Yurt in Napa Valley

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With its beautifully manicured vines and stately tasting rooms fronted by giant water fountains, it’s refreshing to know Napa has a wild side beyond bachelor parties in limos. You can get legitimately rugged here! Tucked in the northern part of Napa Valley, Bothe-Napa Valley…
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Alaska Is Affordable Adventure

Fly Alaska from SFO to Mexico and Adventure

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Camping Hendy-eed!

Camping at Hendy Woods State Park

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Just a few hours north of San Francisco, lovely Anderson Valley is throwback wine country. This land of pinot noirs is enjoying a burgeoning reputation for premium wines, with tasting rooms still pouring for free, or as low as $5 per tasting. Who knows how long such prices will…
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Hoodness Gracious!

Camp at Hood Mountain Regional Park

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Want that away-from-it-all camping experience without having to actually be too far away? There’s a hike-in campground for that, in wine country! Hood Mountain Regional Park is on the northern end of Sonoma Valley and has some excellent (and strenuous!) hiking trails. But little…
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