I was dinking around on the 'net and found a website called waymarking.com
In a nutshell, one finds something interesting about the area one is in, and 'reports' it on waymarking.com. They prefer LAT/LONG data, something most GPS units can provide, but will take 'near' directions. For instance, I learned that in my little burg, there's a wayside highway marker that denotes where an Army outpost used to be, long before WA was a state. One can waymark just about anything...I found things like where is the Starbucks in where the heck am I Timbuktu (because it's world wide, I suspect). One can waymark trees, for instance there's a gigantic English Oak on the campus of WA States capitol, and she's waymarked. And beautiful, it's the largest English Oak in the US.
I can see myself using it when we're camping somewhere and want to investigate the surroundings. We don't party, or drink, or gamble, we don't usually eat out when we're camping, and we like to do things outdoors...so I think I'll be using it to see what is in the vicinity of the campground.
I'd even bet that waymark even has a forum for campgrounds.
Make sure you enter waymarking, not waymark. I learned that the 'hard' way...
Edited by Meadowlark, 25 March 2021 - 06:19 PM.