Campgrounds are private parks specifically designed for camping. These parks commonly have designated areas and facilities for camping activities including: fire pits, RV parking areas, picnic benches, and hiking trails. Campgrounds also commonly require an entrance fee needed for maintenance of the park.

Apart from appreciating the beauty of nature, conservation and sustainable practices go hand in hand when promoting nature parks and campgrounds. These parks make use of eco-friendly promotional materials to help protect the environment. They can benefit from eco-friendly printing as this aims to reduce dependency and promote sustainable use of forest resources. Below are examples of these eco-friendly printed materials and practices.

Brochures – Brochures are handy, promotional materials perfect for campgrounds. They can be used as informational materials featuring maps, directions, or even first aid tips. As promotional materials, they can feature special camp activities, seasonal discounts, and holiday camping packages. They can also outline an offering of eco-friendly sporting activities like mountain-biking, rock-climbing, canoeing, and hiking. Online printing companies practice eco-friendly printing by bringing all printing scraps to recycling plants for recycling.

Pocket Folders – Pocket folders can serve as informative survival kits. They can also serve as promotional materials for tradeshows and travel expositions. Inside the pocket folders, a variety of marketing materials can be found. These include business cards, flyers, brochures on park rules, and tips on living a sustainable life. Apart from recycling, online printing companies also make use of less harmful vegetable inks and aqueous (AQ); water-based finishes for printed materials.

Magazines – Magazine printing can serve as an entertaining collection of glossy images and articles on topics pertaining to campground living. Park owners can print magazines with features on the campgrounds, a history of its native flora and fauna, and its current eco-friendly projects. Other eco-friendly printing practices include the use of 10 to 30 percent recycled paper stock certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the Sustainable Forest Initiative.