Boondocking Parks & Camping Travel

Our Top 10 Boondocking spots of 2020

Coming back to an old favorite spot got us talking about our favorite boondocking sites of last year so we made a list. Hope you get a chance to visit a few of our favorites.

The one that got this started is Taylor Park Reservoir This is a place to come relax and put your feet up. Also a great place for ATVs.

Another beautiful spot is near Jefferson, CO. We stayed at 4 different spots here and only left because we ran out of food. Rock Creek Hills Rd.

On our travels through Oregon we found a great spot right on a non motorized lake. Ahhh the silence. Sparks Lake was crowded on the weekends but still very quiet.

Next on the list is Clark Creek Reservior located just outside Dillon, MT. We stayed at the Horse Creek Campground and the view is awe inspiring.

This place was the place to watch soaring eagles. They are a magnificent bird to watch. Riffe Lake, WA is tucked between a couple volcanos and a great base camp for exploring the area.

If you like the piney woods San Isabel National Forest just outside of Nathrop, CO is the place for you. There are many places to stay for free for 14 days. We have stayed in 4 different locations. Just take Chaffee County road 270 and head straight for the forest.

When traveling to Yellowstone and the Grand Teton National Parks, boondocking is at a premium. We found a spot near Moran, WY just between the two parks. As you head east from the parks on Hwy 26 you will find Buffalo Valley Road.

Sanford-Yakes Campground at Lake Meredith NRA is a nice spot in the panhandle of Texas. The campground offers a dump site at the entrance to the NRA. They also offer electric and water sites from the marina office for those hot summer months but in the fall and spring no AC needed.

Cebolla Mesa campground near Questa, NM has a fantastic view of the Rio Grande. If you’re adventerous a hike down the trail to the bottom of the gorge is right up your alley.

We found a nice place outside of Laughlin, NV called Telephone Cove on the Lake Mohave right on the state line between Arizona and Nevada. The road in is sandy so beware but if you take it slow you won’t have a problem. Nice relaxing lake view.

Mohave Lake

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