A little-known fact is that our U.S. Army Corps of Engineers have these rather nice campgrounds scattered around the country and they’re not all that expensive as it turns out. This book will show you state-by-state where these campgrounds are located and directions for getting to them, what amenities they offer, and what the costs are for staying. By Spurgeon L. Hinkle, U.S.M.C. Ret. Softbound, 5.5"×8.5", 244 pp., b/w illus.
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Customer Reviews (2)
- Camping with the Corps of EngineersReview by Frederick
- Frankly I was a bit disappointed. It seemed a little thin on details. The maps for individual sites could have been better instead of a general area map. The symbols for the amenities at each site are good though. Maybe the number of Corps sites isn't as extensive as I assumed (Posted on 9/29/12)
- ComprehensiveReview by Marc
- This simple book reveals a lot of hidden campgrounds I was not aware of. Not unlike BLM recreation areas, here are options depending on where you travel. It appears best suited for runs between the east coast and the Rockies. Your tax dollars at work! The book is reasonable value for the price. (Posted on 6/15/12)