On a recent camping trip to Rock Creek State Park, I had the occasion to take a side trip to … Continue reading Falls Creek Falls, TN
Had a chance to visit South Mountain State Park this past week and truly enjoyed the trip. I arrived in sunny, but cold, weather. The park was empty except for a few hardy souls that were taking in the clean air and trails. After I set up camp, I got my pack and started hiking. Continue reading “South Mountain State Park, NC Cold and Quiet”
Just off the Parkway, a few miles from Carolina Hemlock Recreational Area is the Crabtree Falls campground and recreational area. I recently visited the Pisgah National Forest to do some hiking and stayed at the campground. Continue reading “Crabtree Falls, Blue Ridge Parkway”
After a few days hiking in NC, I visited Grayson Highlands in Virginia. The park has everything a hiker or day camper can want. It’s trails are easy to the most advanced.
I have now used my camper to visit dozens of parks. I has exceeded my expectations. No leaks, no issues … Continue reading Trailer Build- Final Thoughts
Anyone that has been on the Outer Banks makes time for one of the most famous lighthouses on the East Coast. The Cape Hatteras Light House, built in 1870 is over 200 feet tall and has given sailors help in navigating the Outer Banks.
I had a few days off so I took to the road hoping to get in a few days of cat The park is located near the Dismal Swamp in eastern North Carolina, near the Virginia state line. Continue reading “Merchants Millpond State Park”
At the beginning of the camping season, it is hard to get good pictures. The foliage isn’t out yet, the … Continue reading Sunset at Baden Lake
Just outside Asheboro North Carolina is the Uwharrie National Forest. Part of the forest includes the Morrow Mountain State Park which has many trails and great views at the top of Morrow Mountain. Continue reading “Morrow Mountain State Park”
Just inside Utah, above the Northern Rim of the Grand Canyon is one of the most beautiful parks in America. The Zion National Park is literally as awe inspiring as the Canyon. The park is very busy, it is visited by millions of people per year. You have to go regardless. As you start to get closer to the park the rock formations begin to take on a different hue, the lines of millions of years of erosion begin to show clearly from miles away. Continue reading “Zion National Park-Breathtaking!”