Originally Posted by PharmGeek
Now that we started camping in RV parks....I really love spots that are big enough or have a general feeling of "enough seperation" and not "on top of one another"....this certainly achieves that!
One of the things I love about our trailer is its versatility. We can and do use it to:
o Boondock in NFS and BLM dispersed camping areas
Just about unlimited space in Oregon.
o Dry camp in NFS and BLM campgrounds
There are hundreds of these in Oregon. They're usually very small, 4-6 sites, but often have fire rings and picnic tables. Many accommodate horses with corrals. Most are free.
o Camp in State Parks, with or without hookups.
Another strong suit here in Oregon. State parks are our favorite places to camp. But we're pretty spoiled given how nice they are here.
o Camp in National Parks, with or without hookups.
We all know about these! Another favorite of course.
o Camp (park) in commercial parks.
These are OK, don't hate 'em, but probably our least favorite.
o Park in an RV Resort
This is most definitely not camping. But we stayed in one as snowbirds for a couple of months last winter and had a great time.
There are probably other ways to use the trailer that I'm missing.