Sites and Sounds is an audio series brought to you by Tentrr that captures the natural soundscapes found at some of our campsites.
Big Pond Mountain
Down from the forested hill, near the pond, the sound of blue jays fill the autumn air. Their raucous morning routine juxtaposed against the quiet woodlands. Oct 2019.
It’s a breezy day between the edge of the woods and the coastal pasture. Looking out over the water, birds calls punctuate the rustling trees in the warm sun. June 2019.
We spent the day floating in the lake. Now, on top looking out over its moonlit glow, the campfire crackles and nature’s nighttime metronome plays gently. Sep 2019.
Blue Rock Springs
Morning coffee on the creek. Down there, the cool water burbles with the frogs, while up here, crows and crickets round out the warming day. Sep 2019.
Mystic Mountain Petrified Camp
The night is cool and there’s a light breeze drifting up through the valley. The nocturnal mountains are alive with creatures, and in the distance, a whinny, a hoot, and a howl. Sep 2019.
The tide is on the turn. With it, the waves lap along the shore, sending the sandpipers scurrying in a continuous rhythm. A few gulls chirp as they fly overhead and some call from nearby as we sit tideside on a summer’s afternoon. June 2019.
So Chill Viibes
This is the most authentic nature sounds I’ve come across. I love turning it on when I’m in the office and can’t be out at a site.
Just wish they were longer!
relaxing sounds of nature. Makes you want to be outdorrs and enjoy it for real. Love it.
Like Being Outdoors!
This is my favorite podcast for getting centered and relaxed. In just a couple of minutes, I am transported to a place of calmness and serenity. Beautiful soundtrack of nature.