Tags : beach camping

We Head North, Back to Antwerp – Our Adventure is Ending

So what have we been up to in the last week or so, since our exciting time in Santiago De Compostella? Well, Sharon wanted to bag another country, so we headed down the Atlantic coast and crossed into Portugal. We found a mostly-empty beachfront campground just north of Porto called Arvore, right on the ocean […]Read More

Campskunk and Sharon Go North Into Denmark

We finished up our eight day stay in Hamburg on the Elbe and got our 10,000 mile service at the Hamburg Sprinter dealer, which is what we were waiting around for anyway, and struck out north up the A23 motorway, which follows the North Sea coast up into the part of the Jutland Peninsula that […]Read More

Navarro Beach Campground in California

We have just finished up ten days at a beachfront campground on the California coast that has been a favorite of ours for years – Navarro Beach. It's part of Navarro River Redwoods State Park, a park located in the narrow valley formed by the Navarro River. Highway 128 winds up from the coastal highway […]Read More

Awesome camping on Bodega Bay

Bodega Bay is one of those absolutely perfect California camping destinations By Campskunk We are moving up the coast from the San Fransisco metropolitan area and are getting back out into the wide open spaces, but it's still populated enough to make true boondocking impractical. So I reconciled myself to the fact that I'd have […]Read More

The REAL Winter Freezout Camping Adventure

I hear Mike Wendland and Yan Seiner have been trying to convince people to wander off somewhere way up north and freeze to death in a few weeks, and have a much more attractive alternative to propose. How about a Freezeout in Florida? I'm already down here and am all set up for the next […]Read More

Beach Camping on the Emerald Coast at Camp Gulf (Part 2)

It's one thing to stay along the spectacular beaches of the Florida Panhandle's Emerald Coast. It's another to camp on the beach. So that's why we bit the bullet and spent over $200 a night to stay in one of the choice beach spots on Camp Gulf, a very popular private campground in Destin, Florida. […]Read More

Assateague National Seashore Camping

I've written before about the national forests, Bureau of Land Management areas, and Corp of Engineers campgrounds where you can stay and use your Federal Senior Pass. In doing so, I have overlooked one more division of the Department of the Interior – national seashores and lakeshores – some of which also provide camping opportunities. […]Read More

Boondocking Along the Middle Oregon Coast

I'm back at one of my favorite spots along the Pacific Coast Highway, and I'm going to stay here awhile. All the ingredients are in place – beautiful scenery, suitable supplies nearby, and a welcoming local environment that makes boondocking easy. I may spend weeks here – I did the last two years as we […]Read More

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