Found a wonderful campground on Cass Lake. Large private sites with easy access to the lake.
We have a nice boondocking spot near a friend & are thoroughly enjoying all that Ely offers. The Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness has plenty of paddling opportunities.
Top Photo: Park Point Recreation Area, just down the road from the RV park.
"Found a rather unique RV Park that's also a marina. Our site overlooks the marina and the famous Ariel Lift Bridge. Across the bay, we have views of downtown Duluth & its hills."
The goal for the day was to make it to Michigan. Stopped at Cabela's in Dundee for a free layover. A nice setup here. There's a dump station & potable water fill site for the coach.
We found a great State Park just outside of Ithaca, NY. Lots of waterfalls and hiking opportunities in the area.
"We've moved on and now find ourselves at Dolly Copp campground in the White Mountain National Forest. A huge Forest Service campground with 177 sites - right now, I bet that only a dozen are occupied."
We are Driveway Surfing once again, but this time it is in Portland, ME, with family.
We were determined to make it to Vermont today, and that we did! A 300-mile day – some interstate and a lot of back roads. Landed at Woodford State Park just outside Bennington, VT.
Top Photo: Trail marker on the Appalachian Trail.
We scored a very nice site overlooking the mountains in Shenandoah National Park. Plan to ride out the Memorial Day Holiday here.
"Found an absolutely beautiful and spacious campground on Lake Powhatan outside Asheville, NC."
We can’t believe we are already in Mississippi. Settling in for a couple of days before we start up the Natchez Trace Parkway.
We landed at Kincaid Lake campground near Alexandria, LA: Nice spacious sites, a glimpse of Kincaid Lake through the trees, and trail nearby.
*Landed for a week out near Lake Travis, just north of Austin. It appears to be a nice RV Park, and it a short drive into the city.*
Leasburg Dam State Park: Site #31 & #6, these sites have water & electric, dump station nearby, 29 sites, 4,200 foot elevation. February 19th - 25th.
We arrived at Leasburg with a three-day reservation because last spring, we couldn't get in without a reservation (we don't like making reservations). We find plenty to do in the area, so we scored one of few first come/first serve sites with water & electricity to extend our stay.
Top Photo: View of Tucson Mountain Park from the trail. Lots of good hikes can be found here.
"After two weeks out of this park, we decided to return for another week. We just love the Tucson area!"
"We had a short visit at Silver City so we could catch the New Mexico Brewer’s Festival. Fun! Nice clean, spacious RV park that’s located a couple of miles from downtown."
Top Photo: Looking towards North Cascades National Park from the south.
Getting to Klipchuck Campground, just east of North Cascades National Park, early in the day had its advantage: we pretty much had our choice of campsites.
Landed again—this time at an Army Corps of Engineers Campground in Idaho. We started the morning knowing the general direction we were headed but had no idea where we would end up. We got fortunate as only three campsites were left out of the 67 total. First water & electric hookups in five weeks. What a luxury! Since leaving NM, we have been dry camping (water nearby & running the generator) at Forest Service campgrounds. — Riley Creek Campground.