One of our favorite places to go camping or boondocking without any hook-ups is Jedediah Smith State Park, located on the Smith River in Northern California.
Camping among the giant redwood trees made us feel like we were in an enchanted forest somewhere.
Our campsite was right next to the Smith River.
There are bears running around there (big ones, too), so you have to keep all food put away inside the RV.
You can get an idea as to how big some of these trees are when you see how small Terri looks leaning against one.
Wickenburg BLM Land in Arizona
The BLM area is just outside of the town of Wickenburg, AZ
Great views of Vulture Peak in the background.
We had a blast here. There are trails up to Vulture Peak. Great work-out, too!
We always laugh when we see these old pictures of us enjoying some margaritas at our favorite site #6 at Dixon Lake in Escondido, CA. This was our first RV and we had lots of good times in that rig.
This is the view of the lake we are looking at from site #6 above.
Carlsbad State Beach
Some of our best memories are of Carlsbad State Beach in Southern California (San Diego County).
We are getting ready for our New Year’s Eve bash at the beach.
Without any hookups, we devoured an excellent dinner of filet mignon while overlooking the ocean with our friends with only the use of solar power.
When they started playing KC and the Sunshine Band things got a little crazy. We were dancing fools and having a fun time with close friends.
We close the party with a group shot. What a fun evening!
The sunsets are beautiful on the beach.
For more information on Boondocking and/or to see some of the beautiful places we have camped off the grid, check our Boondocking Page.
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