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Throughout the US I have had some great sites in private campgrounds, State Park campsite and National Forest wild camping. Here are the locations and site tips from my trip by region in my home away from home Lone-Rider Tent: (new site are continuously add as my travel throughout)

Western Region (AZ, CA, NV)

Arizona – wild camp in Dragoon Mts. in Cochise Stronghold-beautiful, tip-drive back in and camp up close to the Mts. & take a day hike!

CaliforniaBenbow KOA – was my first KOA stop, great group!  (tip-great after long day riding has hot tub!)

Nevada – Lake Mead State Park – at just $10.00 a night and a short walk to the water, perfect spot for amazing sunsets and quiet nights! http://www.nps.gov/lake/planyourvisit/campinglakemead.htm


Pacific Northwest Region (ID, OR, WA)





Southwest Region (AR, LA, NM, OK, TX)



New Mexico -Alamogordo KOA – had a camping cabin here that is like a tent with walls (no bathroom or sheets) was great little cabin! (Tip-bring earplugs you do hear the trains, and don’t forget to ask at the office for a sled to take with you to the White Sand Dunes and sled!)- http://koa.com/campgrounds/alamogordo/


Texas – South Padre KOA –

-Goose Island State Park

-Victoria TX KOA


Southeast Region: (AL, FL,GA, KY, MS, NC, SC)


Florida – Everglades National Park – Lone Pine site (spent 4 days camping out here-tip do the kyacking trips and bring lots of bug spray) http://www.nps.gov/ever/planyourvisit/longpinecamp.htm

-Okeechobee KOA -Great centered location for a spot on your way to southern Florida, tip bring your camera amazingly large birds walk the site.  www.koa.com/campgrounds/okeechobee/

-Titusville – Kennedy Space Cent KOA – Nice and close for a day at the space center (note it is shared with full-timer Trailor park = mix of campers and full timers)




North Carolina

South Carolina


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