We a have sweet spot in Mesquite Spring campground. Unlike the overcrowded main campgrounds, there are only a few campers here each night.
Is it any surprise we ended up at the Guads — Guadalupe Mountains NP. We were planning on surprising our friends that were gathering here, but I think they were on to us.
This park is the most northern in a string of redwood parks that stretch up the Northern California's coast. It contains seven percent of all the old-growth redwoods left in the world.
Found a nice camp site with a great view nestled in between the lava rocks at Craters of the Moon National Monument.
"The RV gods took care of us here. The place was full at noon — who would have guessed? A nice couple flagged us down & offered us their site as they were leaving a day early."
Prairie Dogs everywhere! Theodore Roosevelt National Park was on our summer's Bucket List. Glad we made it here. Looks like we have lots of exploring to do!
Top Photo: Foggy morning beach walk.
"Once again a longer day than we prefer, but it was well worth it. It's a short walk through the campground to the shore of Lake Michigan."
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 Memorial Day Holiday here.
Enjoying a near empty National Park Campground on the Blue Ridge Parkway. Stalker is quite relaxed.
"Our campsite on the end of a loop is set off from the other sites. We have Tennessee woods with no sites on three sides of us."
Camping on the Trace tonight at National Park Service’s Jeff Busby Campground, A very nice, small campground that accepts no reservations and is free. You can’t beat that.
Our side trip today was to Vicksburg National Military Park. Beginning at the stone entrance is a sixteen mile tour loop of the park's 1330 monuments, markers, tablets, and plaques that parallels Union siege and Confederate defensive lines. Over 100,000 soldiers from 28 states fought for the control...