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Help crowdsource campsites to make it easier for everyone to get outdoors

Andrew Laskey

I love camping, but trying to find a good place to camp can be a pain. Between Yelp, state park websites, the National Park Service, and something you read from someone on Reddit once there is a lot of information out there, but it's scattered across the web. That's why I built CampChaser.com to try and consolidate some of that in one place, and make it easier for myself and others to get out into nature.

CampChaser is a collaborative platform for sharing camping information, where anyone can add a campsite. Together we can build a directory of people-approved and loved campsites. There's so much to explore out there, let's help each other do it.

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    • Andrew Laskey

      Maptia is a really gorgeous looking site. I'm looking forward to see what they do with their app.

    • Alessandra Rizzotti

      PS my favorite campsite is Jumbo Rocks in Joshua Tree!

      • Andrew Laskey

        Going to Joshua Tree feels like stepping onto another world sometimes.

        If you got a photo, a geolocation (that can be tricky, though a rough estimate is fine), and some notes, feel free to throw it up on the site!