More and more people are heading outdoors for recreational purposes these days.
Whether it's because they’ve found a naturally socially-distant way to travel or because they’ve discovered the healing power of nature or simply because they want to get away from it all for a few days, there’s no bad reason to get outside and spend a few nights under the stars.
But with more people enjoying all Mother Nature has to offer, a lot of our public lands and natural spaces are ...
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