I found this website Free campsites to be extremely helpful as I travel. Just put in your location, whether by zip code or city-State, and it will show all the camping options. It will identify those where you can camp for free or others that require a fee. When you select one of the campsites, … Continue reading Website Identifying Camping Sites
Yes, this website Sanidumps looks like it would only identify places to dump your RV. Since I do not have grey or black water tanks in my camper, I do not need to find those sites. But I do want to find the places where I can fill my camper with fresh potable water - … Continue reading Website for finding potable water.
My pop-up camper was purchased from Rocky Mountain Four Wheel Campers in Arvada, CO. It is the Swift model. They are manufactured in Woodland, CA and have dealers nationwide. They are on Facebook so check them out. These guys are partnered with truck outfitters - Juniper Overland.
Since I was camping at Chadron State Park, I found out about the Bioblitz . It took place Friday and Saturday, Sept. 29-30, 2017. I participated in this activity and found it educational and thoroughly enjoyable. By running programs for a continuous 24-hour period, bioblitz participants hope to get an accurate snapshot of the wildlife … Continue reading Chadron State Park Bioblitz
Since I spent a month camping in my tent this last September/October, I want to make a couple of recommendations. My tent is manufactured by Hilleberg and is an all season, one person tent (Akto model). I also used this tent for all our camping trips with the wilderness college I attended, including camping in … Continue reading Tent and Sleeping Bag