Results for - June Promotion--National Camping Month #5! Which interesting camping spot would you like to try?
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The sun is shining, the birds are chirping and it's time to get outside! June is National Camping Month! We will post 6 surveys each worth 25 points where we will ask you about your camping preferences! Everyone can participate, even if you have never camped before! If you answer all 6 surveys, you will be entered into a drawing for 10,000 Tellwut points (2 US winners, 2 CA winners). Surveys will be posted on Tuesdays and Thursdays starting June 8. Surveys are only live for 48 hours.
1. June Promotion--National Camping Month #5! Which interesting camping spot would you like to try?
Alaska: Borealis Basecamp, Fairbanks- The igloos at Borealis Basecamp are cosy, cute and quirky enough to warrant a trip here even if they lay under normal skies. But the skies here aren't normal. This is one of the best places to view the aurora borealis, or Northern Lights. The domed accommodation is equipped with kitchenettes, baths and gorgeous big beds, and lilac, green and pink swirling skies can be viewed through the clear, curved roofs.
Texas: Dinosaur Valley State Park, Glen Rose. Surely few other camping spots can boast dinosaur footprints among their local attractions. Visitors can even place their feet where the dinosaurs once roamed (or trampled) on the bed of the Paluxy River, or at least peer at their preserved footprints. Aside from dino-tracking, this is a lovely spot for watching birds from wild turkeys and golden-cheeked warblers, or just hanging out at camp, with sites that range from primitive to premium.