Travel Awards 2022: Beautiful Basecamps
Whether you’re hiking solo or camping with a group, here’s where to live your best outdoor life.
More people than ever are venturing out into Mother Nature—and they’re showing no signs of slowing down. Whether you’re hitting the open road, hiking solo, or camping with a group, here’s how to live your best outdoor life this year.
Oasis Cabin Resort
This campground in Central Oregon’s River Country boasts 12 cabins, two vintage trailers, and a classic diner that serves as an homage to the property’s former life as one of the state’s oldest fishing camps.
SCP Redmond Hotel
If rock climbing is your jam, then nearby Smith Rock State Park (and the rapidly growing Oregon city of Redmond) should pique your interest, as will the hotel’s new plant-forward restaurant and tavern-style lobby bar.
Wylder Hope Valley
Yurts, cabins, and a Spartan trailer dot the High Sierra’s Carson River at this Nordic-inspired camp where you’ll find fly-fishing lessons in warmer months and snowshoe tours in winter.
To see more of our 2022 winners, click here. You can also check out the full Travel Awards directory.
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