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Although I do some beach camping now and then, I tend to prefer to camp in state parks, especially those with plenty of space between the sites. Where are your favorites places to camp?
 

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We recently camped in the Ouachita National Forest at Charlton Campground near Hot Springs, Arkansas. It was gorgeous with lots of very tall trees and a clear, cold spring in the campground. A bonus is that it was only $16 for water and electricity and $17 for full hook ups.
 

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We recently camped in the Ouachita National Forest at Charlton Campground near Hot Springs, Arkansas. It was gorgeous with lots of very tall trees and a clear, cold spring in the campground. A bonus is that it was only $16 for water and electricity and $17 for full hook ups.
I have been hearing this recommendation lately.

I definitely need to plan a road trip up there!
 

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You can watch our video about the Hot Springs area and that specific campground. Near the end of the video are some details about the campground.

[ame]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=sZ2_l9_6HZQ[/ame]
 

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Although not from the States (I'm from England), we've donea lot of camping all over Europe. Favourite place is around the Dordognearea of France, brilliant for cycling or walking, also lots of vineyards tovisit:). Nearer to home, in northern France, our favourite site is Chateau du Gandspette near St. Omer. There's a museum about 10 minutes walk away which still houses a V1 rocket complex from the Second World War; even still has an actual V1 rocket on a ramp. Its been as it was when it was bombed late 1944/early 1945.


https://www.chateau-gandspette.com/campsite-france-pas-de-calais.html
 
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