The new videos feature detailed drone footage of various campsites in Utah. RV and tent campers can use these videos to plan their camping trips and select areas with the facilities they need.
For more information, visit https://seemycampsite.com
‘See My Campsite”s recently launched campground video tours come amid growing awareness about campground safety. According to an article published in Camp Magazine, whenever possible, campers must check the area or read reviews about it to know what supplies to bring and what to expect in terms of safety and accessibility. This is especially important for more remote campsites where help might be a few hours away.
‘See My Campsite’ shows campers where to find amenities, such as bathrooms, gas stations, and medical facilities. They also provide the dimensions and drone footage of the individual campsites, information that is important for RV campers whose vehicles require a wide berth to park safely and unobtrusively.
One of the most popular campground video tours on ‘See My Campsite’ is the Goblin Valley State Park. Located in Central Utah, around 200 miles from Salt Lake City, the park is about three to four hours away by car, and the nearest town is Hanksville, which is around 30 miles away.
Goblin Valley State Park is known for its hoodoos, fondly called “goblins” by the locals. These tall, thin spires of rock were formed by erosion and have a deep orange, almost red color, which gives the entire valley a Mars-like appearance.
The park has 25 campsites, a large group area, and two yurts that campers can rent. Some sites are tent-only, but RVs can find back-in or pull-through spots and tent pads, which is convenient for campers who will only stay for a short while. There are no hookups for RVs in the area, but showers and restrooms are all within walking distance of the campsites.
‘See My Campsite’ also provides information on entrance fees, hiking restrictions, cellphone coverage, and contact numbers for reservations.
“Our goal is to provide useful visual information to campers by producing engaging, high-quality videos of each campground, so you know what to expect before you arrive – all at no cost,” a company representative said.
More information is available at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC1mSpAf-jLiWwlFfSUpD7CQ
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