Saved the best for last? Canyonlands and Arches National Parks
Directions and geographic coordinates for House on Fire Ruins. This amazing cliff dwelling in southeast Utah is surprisingly easy to get to - once you know where it is.
Over the years we have encountered some strange and unique motorhomes.
Page, Arizona is the hub of a wheel called the Grand Circle - an area that inculdes the National Parks and Monuments that dot the varied terrain of northern Arizona and southern Utah and Colorado.
RV boondocking with pretty rocks and near a really big hole in the ground (Sedona to Grand Canyon)
Finding water in the desert: sometimes a suprise and always a decadent treat
Camping along Apache Trail in the Superstition Mountains with stunning scenery.
We know quite a few Tucson boondocking options but, despite best-laid plans, ended
Big Bend National Park never disapoints. It's still our favorite camping in Texas.
We had heard about the Texas drought but it only became real when we saw it in person.
We were all about Tex-Mex this week - a day trip to Mexico and to our favorite Texas city, San Antonio.
The Texas Gulf Coast is always inviting. With free boondocking on many of its beaches, why don't we spend the entire winter here?
It's February and we're overdue for some Texas time.
Free camping on Florida's Gulf Coast, from Naples to Homossasa, thanks to the hospitality of Boondockers Welcome members
Are there alligators everywhere in the Everglades? If so, how can we feel safe walking or camping there?
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