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CampgroundViews shares Yellowstone, Grand Teton

CampgroundViews shares Yellowstone, Grand Teton

YELLOWSTONE NATIONAL PARK, Wyo. — Campgroundviews.com members bring Yellowstone National Park and Grand Teton National Park area campgrounds and RV parks to life with the release of 121 videos of the camping locations.

The social travel site has created first person videos allowing anyone with an Internet connection to see what is available before making plans.  The videos are free for viewing on the company’s website at www.campgroundviews.com and depict both public and private parks in the area.

Campgrounds and RV parks in Yellowstone National Park, Grand Teton National Park, Cody, Jackson, West Yellowstone, Gardiner, Red Lodge, Dubois, and US Forest Service Lands are all included in this video release.

Campgroudviews.com is popular with technologically savvy campers who readily travel with easy access to the world wide web, the release noted.  With built-in video cameras in modern cell phones, RV and tent travelers are turning to video to share what a park looks like rather than worrying about writing detailed reviews or relying upon outdated printed guidebooks.

According to founder Mark Koep, “As Google Street View and Google Earth have already proven the power of seeing a location first hand frees people to better plan their travels to locations that interest and excite them.”

All the videos are edited to remove personally identifiable information including faces and license plates.

A few of the more popular locations included in the release are all the Yellowstone and Grand Teton National Parks front-country campgrounds, West Yellowstone RV parks, and Buffalo Bill State Park campgrounds near Cody.  Campers are encouraged to take a moment and capture their current campground or RV park on video to share with thousands of other travelers.  The company accepts most video formats and will edit the footage for brevity, quality, substance, and privacy.

“We take it a step further by sharing videos provided by real campers at these various campgrounds and RV parks,” added Koep.

This release of videos follows the recent release of additional videos of Rocky Mountain National Park and Dinosaur National Park campgrounds.

Campgroundviews.com shares the adventure of RV and tent travel by encouraging camping enthusiasts to share videos, pictures, and reviews of campgrounds and RV parks. The site is free to use and accessible via any web-enabled device at www.campgroundviews.com.  Thousands of campers have already discovered the value of seeing realistic sneak previews of campgrounds when planning their RV trips.

For more information on Campgroundviews.com, contact Mark Koep at 262.458.4397 or e-mail mark@campgroundviews.com.

SOURCE: CampgroundViews.com press release

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About smokeycamping

Well let's see have lived in NY for my whole life, have always loved the outdoors (as long as it is warm out) have always hated the cold, and like a dummy have stayed in NY. But now with my second try my wife, we have been camping now for well over 25 yrs. We currently own a 2010 Cedar creek silverback 35TS and can not wait to get out on the highways and see this great country we all call home. Hope to see every National park before my medical issue becomes too bad to travel. I love my African gray parrot (she is my baby) and have two dogs at the time brother and sister mutts, but love them all the same. Have always been a big Nascar fan, love computers (have a number of certificates to build and work on them) am trying to learn photography, enjoy light hiking, being with good friends and folks. country music, pop music and just being outdoors. So I hope someday to meet some of the great people who like what I like and post out there in some great campground somewhere in the country, till then I will keep posting and I hope you keep liking.

Posted on December 15, 2014, in The world as i see it as a camper and who loves his country and tagged , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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