- Author: Lafe Low
- Softcover; 239 pages; black-and-white maps
- Menasha Ridge Press; copyright 2008
- From Maine's Baxter State Park to Rhode Island's Fort Getty, there's no shortage of places to enjoy nature in New England—this guide focuses on the best of the best
- Each campsite is rated for beauty, noise level, privacy, security, spaciousness and cleanliness
- Profiles of each campground provide essential details on facilities, reservations, fees and restrictions and an easy-to-read map
- Includes GPS-compatible coordinates
- The Best in Tent Camping: New England measures approximately 9 x 6 in.
Made in USA.
From Maine�s Baxter State Park, home of Mount Katahdin, to the Boston Harbor Islands, pitching a tent in New England opens the door to endless adventure. And campers are never far from one of the myriad mountains, rivers, streams and lakes that make the region a camper�s paradise. But do you know how to find the right place?
Here�s the answer, right in front of your eyes! Maybe you seek a small, quiet campground near a fish-filled stream for a weekend of solitude, or maybe you and the kids need a campground with all the amenities and lots of recreational options. In Best Tent Camping: New England, veteran writer and outdoors enthusiast Lafe Low has compiled the most up-to-date research—in the region he knows so well—to steer you straight to the safe and scenic treasure spot you had in mind.