The National Parks Service is making a big push to encourage people to go to camping with friends and family, with a new campaign.
The Parks Service has been running campers camps, where they can stay for a week or more, for more than a decade, and now wants to bring the camp to the public.
“I want to be the one that says, ‘Here’s the plan, and you’re going to have a camp for a month,'” said Brian Riedel, chief of the parks service’s camp program.
“And then we’re going, ‘OK, how long is that going to last?'”
The agency said the idea of campsites has been around for more years than they can remember.
But now the Parks Service wants to see how many people are willing to take the risk.
In addition to its own campsites, the agency is giving away campers’ camp towels and other camping gear.
The agency says it will give away camp clothes, toiletries and other supplies.
The campers camp is open from April 18 through June 21, with some places offering free camping, and campers will be able to stay for the first three nights of camp.
Riedels camp is located in the foothills of the Blue Mountains near the intersection of Interstate 880 and I-5.
The campsites are designed to be close to the campsites in the nearby community of Lake Chelan.
The parks service is asking campers to bring their own toiletries, water and food, as well as bring their camping gear and tents.
There are also two sites where campers can stay until the end of June.
If they choose to stay, the parks office will provide them with a full camp, as long as they stay in their own campsite and camp outside during the summer.
“We want people to be able come in and be a part of this experience and have a chance to make this camp a permanent part of the community,” Riedes camp manager, Sarah Kieffer, said.
The next camp will be open June 28 through July 5.
If campers decide to stay until summer, they will be given the option of renting campsites or camping at a local property.
If you’re interested in getting involved in the camp, contact your local Parks Service office to learn more about how you can volunteer or find out more about camping in the U.S. campgrounds and other opportunities.
You can find more information about camping, campsites and other activities at the parks.gov/camping.