COLUMBIA — Earl Hunter used to live pretty close to Sesquicentennial State Park.He has memories from growing up of visiting the park with family, but he never knew “Sesqui” had a campground. There wasn’t really a reason to know. His family didn’t camp
SC State University Head Football Coach Oliver “Buddy” Pough is wrapping up a Tailgate Tour of South Carolina state parks this weekend at Sesquicentennial to launch a marketing initiative designed to draw more African Americans to the great outdoors.
Brevard, NC - Black Folks Camp Too is blazing the trail to a more inclusive outdoors with our mission of removing fears, adding knowledge, and inviting “more” Black Folks to camp
Founder and president of marketing-based company Black Folks Camp Too hopes to use his influence to encourage more Black people to enjoy the outdoors.
I first learned to camp as a Girl Scout at Patapsco State Park, just outside my hometown of Baltimore, Md. I enjoyed learning to pitch a tent, hiking, birdwatching and sitting around the campfire roasting marshmallows for s’mores. But I hated having to dig a latrine in the dirt
People who have met Earl B. Hunter Jr. would call him a “hundred percenter.” He is all-in on whatever task or business he sets his mind to. Hunter cut his teeth in the RV industry