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Old 03-11-2017, 11:07 PM   #1
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Tin Can Adventures.... help with Boondocking

hey everyone, on the road in Morro, Ca. Jus finished the 2nd week of our 3 month Airstream journey. We've been loving the State parks and occasional Rv park up until this point. Definitely on the lookout for moe of the state/national Park type of setup, but also looking for boon docking chances as we head east towards the Nevada border and then on to NOLA, Nash, Tenn. and then back northwest towards British Columbia.

any tips out there? We're heading to Sedona, Zion, Grand Canyon, plus the aforementioned cities
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Old 03-12-2017, 07:17 AM   #2
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I understand that Hwy 1 north of Morro Bay will remain closed for up to a year to repair storm damages. Still heavy snow throughout the Sierras, limiting camping opportunities there. If I were heading east from Morro Bay, I would consider Joshua Tree, Death Valley, Lake Isabella, Lone Pine, Lake Mead and other Colorado River crossings. Should be beautiful where you're headed in Arizona and Utah.
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Old 03-15-2017, 02:18 PM   #3
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For the western states:

Google a map of the Bureau of Land Management and US Forest Service district or field offices in the states you plan to visit. If you've got a general route worked out, click on the offices in the areas where you will be traveling. If the individual web sites don't show areas of primitive campgrounds or dispersed camping areas, you can contact these more local offices directly, and explain what you're looking for. Ask if there's a recreation specialist available to talk to you. Even if not, most staff in the field offices know their regions pretty well, and should be helpful.

(BLM and USFS lands are what we would call crown lands in BC.)
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