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Camp Native website takes users to campsite

(Aug. 31, 2015) -- Camp Native will help campers track favorite spots and find new locations. David Woodbury said, "It is our mission to make camping more accessible for all. Because if you haven't camped, you haven't really lived."

SAINT PAUL, Minn. — According to David Woodbury, from Camp Native, “Only 14 percent of the U.S. population has camped and for most, not knowing camping basics and how to get started is what is keeping them away,” The Twin Cities Pioneer Press reported.

Camp Native will help campers track favorite spots and find new locations. Woodbury told The Twin Cities Pioneer Press, “It is our mission to make camping more accessible for all. Because if you haven’t camped, you haven’t really lived.”

To read the full story by The Twin Cities Pioneer Press, click here.

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About Rebecca Smith

Rebecca Smith is a Wisconsin native currently living in Illinois with her husband, Eric, and two dogs, Maggie and Grace. She enjoys hiking, biking, kayaking and, of course, camping in cabins and park models.

2 comments

  1. Um no this site doesn’t even work… from their home page “Thanks for visiting! We’re still pre-launch and some things don’t work, but we’re rolling out new features and updates daily, so check back often.”

    • Mark,

      We are less than a year old and have been building an extensive database of campgrounds. We have now launched 12,000 campgrounds on the platform with another 10,000 coming over the next few months. We will offer both an ios and android application for campers to find and reserve campsites in 2016. Thanks!

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