Great Basin National Park

Great Basin National Park was not on our radar, but when it was suggested to us on two separate occasions, we decided it was going to be a stop along the way (thanks Purdy & our camp host in Moab). I am so thankful that we made the decision to stop here because it is … Continue reading Great Basin National Park

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Zion National Park & Sand Hollow State Park

After Moab we went further South, (bad idea) it was even hotter! We stayed a couple days at Sand Hollow State Park in Hurricane, Utah and visited nearby Zion National Park. Sand Hollow State park was a great camp spots, the full hookups spots were big and far apart, the bathrooms were large and clean, … Continue reading Zion National Park & Sand Hollow State Park

Moab, Utah

Mad Max is all I could think of as we explored Moab, Utah. It’s dusty, hot and everyone that lives there seems to have some sort of crazy off road vehicle. We had only planned on staying in Moab for a few days but ended up having so much fun there and in the surrounding … Continue reading Moab, Utah

​Cataloochee Campground, Smokey Mountains National Park, North Carolina

We made it to the Smokey Mountains. The drive wasn't too bad except for the road into to campground, which consisted of a 5 mile long dirt road with switch backs (my butt is clenched pretty tight on drives like that). We made it and got a beautiful camp spot right next to the creek. … Continue reading ​Cataloochee Campground, Smokey Mountains National Park, North Carolina

National Park Passport

Last summer I picked up a National Park Passport at Mount Rainier National Park. I love this little book! The National Parks Passport is a small pocket sized book, it has descriptions of some parks/regions, comes with a foldable map, and has spots for stamps and stickers that can be found in each park. At each … Continue reading National Park Passport