Bisbee, AZ (PRWEB) June 12, 2013
ForestCamping.com, a complete and comprehensive website for developed camping in national forests and grasslands, unveiled enhancements to the U.S. National Forest Campground Guide website. The enhancements are designed to ensure the website and eBooks stay up-to-date and campers have the capability to review and rate national forest and grassland campgrounds.
For nineteen years, http://www.ForestCamping.com has provided campers with over 50 fields of data to assist them in having a memorable experience in a Forest Service campground. With the addition of Update and Review clickable buttons at each campground description, ForestCamping.com takes on a interactive feature. These buttons will now allow campers to help maintain website accuracy and assist other campers in selecting a campground for their camping adventure.
“These clickable Update and Review buttons are the result of our continuous efforts to further improve a camper’s experience in national forests and grasslands and encourage others to discover recreating in our beautiful national forests and grasslands,” stated Suzi Dow, co-author of U.S. National Forest Campground Guide. “These upgrades were created using input and feedback from our users, fellow lovers of national forests and grasslands, thus helping to ensure http://www.ForestCamping.com remains a complete, comprehensive and consolidated guide to developed camping in our national forests and grasslands,” Fred Dow added.
ForestCamping.com, the U.S. National Forest Campground Guide website, is a complete and comprehensive guide to developed campgrounds in national forests and grasslands. It provides detailed information to campers looking to experience the great outdoors. In addition to managing a website, Fred and Suzi Dow also self-publish Ebook CDs and downloads of eleven U.S. National Forest Campground Guides, which can be purchased online at their website.
Fred and Suzi Dow, authors and publishers of http://www.ForestCamping.com, have devoted 18 years to visiting, personally researching, and providing the public with free, detailed information about 175 national forests and grasslands and more than 2,400 personally surveyed campgrounds.