We love asking the campers we meet around the country to tell us their best camping spots and in Episode 358 of the RV Podcast, we learn of five of them.
These best camping spots are not very well known and in the Interview of the Week, you'll hear them all.
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Listen to the Audio Version of the Best Camping Spots
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What we cover in this episode
While the main topic in this episode deals with the best Camping Spots we heard from various campers we met on a trip we did a while back to Glacier National Park, there's much more that we talk about.
This week, we're trying something different with the shownotes for the episode.
We're listing each topic we discuss and every RV industry story we report by when it appears in the podcast.
So, no matter whether you watch on video or listen via the audio-only player, just go to the time shown in the player for each different topic.
For example, if you want to hear just the interview about the best camping spots, click on the player and slide it until you see the timecode register at about 39 minutes and 10 seconds from the start.
If, instead, you want to learn about the nightly show at Carlsbad Caverns National Park put on by the bats, go to nine minutes and 52 seconds in.
This is the first time we have listed the topics. It was suggested by a follower this week and it sounded like a good idea.
So if this timecode list is helpful, please tell us by letting us know in the comments at the end of this article.
Podcast Topics for ths Episode – by time
- We’re on the road again – 1:10
- We have a new sweepstakes with great prizes – 2:00
- Shared notes and RV happenings from our followers – 6:10
- Audubon Society Photo Winners – 6:18
- Clear as Mud Highway sign – 7:15
- Temporary ID for pets in campground tip – 8:10
- The nightly bat exodus show at Carlsbad Caverns- 9:52
- Supermarket Smoke and Mirrors for empty shelves – 11:18
- What to expect at the Hershey RV Show – 14:55
- The Latest on the Western Wildfires – 20:20
- The Reopening of the US/Canada border – 23:14
- Fluctuating Fuel Prices – 25:30
- RV Question: How much can I buy off MSRP? – 29:40
- RV Question: Should I sell my house when I go fulltime? – 33:40
- Interview: RVers share their Secret and Best Camping spots – 39:10
- Ocracoke Island, NC – 39:30
- City of Rocks State Park, NM – 41:27
- Loneliest Road in America, Hwy 50, NV – 42:25
- Hot Springs Tour – OR and CA – 44:15
- The Pads, Death Valley, CA – 45:55
- Hidden Campground Gems, Bonaparte Lake Campground, WA – 50:40
- Off the Beaten Path, I-80 – 53:50
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