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Old 02-15-2023, 10:45 AM   #1
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Airstream: What have you done, where have you gone today?

There is a thread on "what have you bought for your airstream today".

Thought it might be fun to ask everyone "what have you done today with your airstream, or where are you going today with your airstream, or where are you today with your airstream?" You get the idea, lol.

I have a sneaky ulterior motive for asking the question. We bought our new 2022 Globetrotter 27 FB Twin late last year and only managed to squeeze in a few short camping trips before the holidays and intemperate weather set in and we put the trailer in storage.

So we are about to start planning for our first year of Airstream adventures.

So we would love to hear about your current (or recent) Airstream adventure. Please provide location information (state park, national park, campground recommendation/details) and a photo or two. You are likely to be influencing where us newbies will be traveling this year (and for many more years hopefully).

Time for a new season of fun and adventure!!
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Old 02-15-2023, 10:56 AM   #2
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There is a thread on "what have you bought for your airstream today".

Thought it might be fun to ask everyone "what have you done today with your airstream, or where are you going today with your airstream, or where are you today with your airstream?" You get the idea, lol.

I have a sneaky ulterior motive for asking the question. We bought our new 2022 Globetrotter 27 FB Twin late last year and only managed to squeeze in a few short camping trips before the holidays and intemperate weather set in and we put the trailer in storage.

So we are about to start planning for our first year of Airstream adventures.

So we would love to hear about your current (or recent) Airstream adventure. Please provide location information (state park, national park, campground recommendation/details) and a photo or two. You are likely to be influencing where us newbies will be traveling this year (and for many more years hopefully).

Time for a new season of fun and adventure!!
The information you are requesting here, well, these threads already exist do you need some help finding them?
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Old 02-16-2023, 11:12 PM   #3
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There is a thread on "what have you bought for your airstream today".



Thought it might be fun to ask everyone "what have you done today with your airstream, or where are you going today with your airstream, or where are you today with your airstream?" You get the idea, lol.



I have a sneaky ulterior motive for asking the question. We bought our new 2022 Globetrotter 27 FB Twin late last year and only managed to squeeze in a few short camping trips before the holidays and intemperate weather set in and we put the trailer in storage.



So we are about to start planning for our first year of Airstream adventures.



So we would love to hear about your current (or recent) Airstream adventure. Please provide location information (state park, national park, campground recommendation/details) and a photo or two. You are likely to be influencing where us newbies will be traveling this year (and for many more years hopefully).



Time for a new season of fun and adventure!!


California! Itís gorgeous darn near everywhere.

Except, poor Seacliff Beach (Aptos) is closed for the rest of 2023. One of our favorites. The damage was so extensive from the storms, I canít imagine when theyíll open again.
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Old 02-17-2023, 06:58 AM   #4
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There is a thread on "what have you bought for your airstream today".

Thought it might be fun to ask everyone "what have you done today with your airstream, or where are you going today with your airstream, or where are you today with your airstream?" You get the idea, lol.

I have a sneaky ulterior motive for asking the question. We bought our new 2022 Globetrotter 27 FB Twin late last year and only managed to squeeze in a few short camping trips before the holidays and intemperate weather set in and we put the trailer in storage.

So we are about to start planning for our first year of Airstream adventures.

So we would love to hear about your current (or recent) Airstream adventure. Please provide location information (state park, national park, campground recommendation/details) and a photo or two. You are likely to be influencing where us newbies will be traveling this year (and for many more years hopefully).

Time for a new season of fun and adventure!!
Seems we're on a similar path. We bought ours in October and have been on a few trips so far, learning the systems and getting comfortable. So far we've been in the wind and driving rain (no leaks!), below freezing while staying toasty, and we've towed it over some roads that made the mrs cringe.

We're in Northern CA and the off-season camping is amazing but a little bit of a crap shoot weather-wise. Luckily we're free to jump with just a few days' notice and we're not that far from some great spots. We learn something every time and are putting together our AS so we can just grab it from storage and go. We're almost there.

We're relocating from CA to the east coast this summer and we'll be living in the AS while we move and look for a new place. We're learning that the fans MUST be on while cooking (lest the alarm sound!) and that despite some complaints about the insulation, we've been warm and toasty.

We're loving learning about our AS and making it a comfortable space.
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Old 02-17-2023, 10:45 AM   #5
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Our first three campouts were fairly local (at least by Texas standards anyway).

Campout # 1: Late October shakedown trip. 3 days, 2 night at Ray Roberts State Park (about 45 minutes from home). Chilly outside, but had a nice trip. Everything worked, except one of the two boards fell off that hold the oven in place. These are supposed to be glued to the bottom of the counter and hold the oven in place using screws from the stovetop edge trim into the boards. Apparently, Airstream forgot to clamp the board to the underside of the cabinet after applying the adhesive :-). Not bad in terms of factor build warts, so we are happy with that.

Campout number 2: Airstream new owner workshop in early Nov at the Hillsboro, Tx Airstream Campground. Nice workshop. Actually learned something! 3 days, 2 nights.

Campout #3: Palo Duro Canyon State Park about 250 miles a way, freezing rain on the trip northwest of Dallas, 30-50mph crosswinds --> 6 days, 5 nights (with night time lows around 15F and daytime highs near freezing). Propane heater works great and kept us at 65F or so indoors. We could use some bubble wrap on the bedroom windows when it's really cold like that in order to reduce the cold air flowing off of them at night :-) Used a couple of the days and pretended to boondock to get a feel for electrical and water consumption.

That's it so far. This year, I think we want to head West, perhaps to Utah/Nevada/Idaho area. Maybe be spend about 6 weeks on the road? Just getting started thinking about where to do...
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Old 02-17-2023, 10:47 AM   #6
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Seems we're on a similar path. We bought ours in October and have been on a few trips so far, learning the systems and getting comfortable. So far we've been in the wind and driving rain (no leaks!), below freezing while staying toasty, and we've towed it over some roads that made the mrs cringe.

We're in Northern CA and the off-season camping is amazing but a little bit of a crap shoot weather-wise. Luckily we're free to jump with just a few days' notice and we're not that far from some great spots. We learn something every time and are putting together our AS so we can just grab it from storage and go. We're almost there.

We're relocating from CA to the east coast this summer and we'll be living in the AS while we move and look for a new place. We're learning that the fans MUST be on while cooking (lest the alarm sound!) and that despite some complaints about the insulation, we've been warm and toasty.

We're loving learning about our AS and making it a comfortable space.
That's a tough move (west coast to east coast). Hope you have a lot of fun on your trip! Let us know if you run across any gems along the way. Recommend stopping at Palo Duro Canyon State Park if you happen to travel via North Texas. It's spectacular.
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February is a great time to head for Goose Island SP and Mustang Island SP, then head west to Big Bend NP then a little north of there is Davis Mountain SP. After that head for SE New Mexico, Carlsbad and Cloud Croft, That should get you some great experience. Once it gets warm head for Mount Rushmore, Yellowstone then south to Utah (Moab)(Monument Valley and Grand Canyon). Spring months in Texas there are some great State parks for wildflowers - (Hill Country) Inks lake, Lake Brownwood, Perdanales Falls etc. I would also suggest you re-visit Palo Dura and Caprock SP's when it warms up. That should keep you busy for 2023 and 2024.
don't forget to have a good time while you are logging all of those miles.
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Old 02-17-2023, 01:59 PM   #8
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Great thread, hope to add to it when we start camping again. We pick up a new GT27 in March, and I'm paying particular attention to your posts, Foobar.
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Old 02-17-2023, 02:49 PM   #9
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Great thread, hope to add to it when we start camping again. We pick up a new GT27 in March, and I'm paying particular attention to your posts, Foobar.
Congrats on your upcoming GT27!! It's a great trailer, not too big and not too small.

We made a zillion upgrades to the trailer, lol. Broke the bank account in the short run, but I'm happy with the functionality of the upgrades so far. Hit me up with a pm and supply your email address and I'll share the list of upgrades. You can cherry pick which ones might be useful to you. There are a couple of folks that basically want to implement all of them. It's a slippery slope out there once you start down the upgrade path
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Our best upgrade was two Battleborne Lithium FePO4 battery replacements for lead acid batteries. Three months and 10,000 miles to Alaska and back and never worried about power. Lots of boondocking and recharging all systems at a few RV parks. Our 2018 23í Flying Cloud FB doesnít have any other upgrades other than stainless cover bling outside. Still using it 5-10,000 miles a year.
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Old 02-27-2023, 06:20 AM   #11
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We, too, just purchased an Airstream, 2021 Classic 33 FBQ, and are taking our maiden voyage to Florida. Beginning in Richmond, VA (we stayed with family for the winter) we are now in Stella, NC (White Oak Shores- very nice place), then Myrtle Beach, SC (1 week) to visit friends, and then headed to Florida:

Orlando (4 weeks): Yankee spring training
Everglades (3 weeks)
Florida Keys (2 weeks)- leaving before hurricane season begins in June
Vero Beach (1 week)
Crystal Springs (1 week)- moving to Gulf side/Panhandle
Panacea (3 days)-
Pensacola (3 days to 1 week)
New Orleans (2 weeks)

After that, we're still planning. We are full-timers who will stay on the move, finding warmer climate for the next winter.

As for upgrades: we moved to Lithium batteries (2 Battle Born) and Soft Start components for the air conditioning.
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Old 02-27-2023, 10:25 AM   #12
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We, too, just purchased an Airstream, 2021 Classic 33 FBQ, and are taking our maiden voyage to Florida. Beginning in Richmond, VA (we stayed with family for the winter) we are now in Stella, NC (White Oak Shores- very nice place), then Myrtle Beach, SC (1 week) to visit friends, and then headed to Florida:

Orlando (4 weeks): Yankee spring training
Everglades (3 weeks)
Florida Keys (2 weeks)- leaving before hurricane season begins in June
Vero Beach (1 week)
Crystal Springs (1 week)- moving to Gulf side/Panhandle
Panacea (3 days)-
Pensacola (3 days to 1 week)
New Orleans (2 weeks)

After that, we're still planning. We are full-timers who will stay on the move, finding warmer climate for the next winter.

As for upgrades: we moved to Lithium batteries (2 Battle Born) and Soft Start components for the air conditioning.
Welcome to the Airstream life! That's going to be a nice inaugural voyage. When you get to Texas, I can recommend a number of places to visit and to camp.
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Old 02-27-2023, 10:51 AM   #13
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We are planning our first adventure from Dallas, Texas to Southern Utah.

We'll depart around April 1st, and plan on an unhurried voyage to our first Utah destination of around 10 days. The route and camping locations have not yet been determined.

Here is what we have nailed down so far:

Departure: April 1st

First Utah Campsite (04/11-04/14): OK RV Park in Moab, UT
- We'll make day trips to Arches and Canyonlands NP from here
- Will fill up fresh water tank and re-provision in Moab

2nd Campsite (04/14-04/17): Boondock on BLM land in Moab area.
- Any suggestions?
- Might try to see capital reef NP on the way from BLM camp to Bryce area

3rd Campsite (04/17-04/20): Bryce Canyon RV Resort in Cannonville.
- Will visit Bryce Canyon NP and KodaChrome SP from here.
- Will fill FW tank and reprovision if needed in Tropic, UT


4th Campsite (04/20-04/24): Boon dock somewhere around Bryce NP or between Bryce NP area and Zion.
- Was thinking of Kings Creek National Forest campground, but it's at 8000ft elevation and might still be winter in late April up there.
- Does anyone have any other suggestions?

5th Campsite (4/24-4/28): Somewhere within 30 minutes to an hours drive of Zion
- Need at least partial hookups and dump station available
- Any suggestions?

6th Campsite (4/28-5/1): Boondock camp somewhere

7th Campsite (5/1-5/4): Full hookup RV park somewhere on the way to Grand Canyon NP
- Suggestions?

8th Campsite (5/4-5/7): Full hookup near Grand Canyon NP
- Suggestions?

9th Campsite (5/7-5/9): Dry camp at Grand Canyon NP, Desert View Campground
- Start heading back to Texas from here

10th Campsite (5/9-5/12): Full hookup somewhere in Northern Az, on the way back to Texas
- Any suggests as to what to see and where to camp?

11th Campsite (5/12-?): Work our way back to Texas, traveling 3 - 4 hours in between staying a few days at each campsite.

That's as far as our planning has taken us so far. Would love any suggestion from the experienced road warriers out there.

Side note: RV parks are getting rather pricey. $55-65 range it seems, at least in Southern UT.
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We are planning our first adventure from Dallas, Texas to Southern Utah.

We'll depart around April 1st, and plan on an unhurried voyage to our first Utah destination of around 10 days. The route and camping locations have not yet been determined.

Here is what we have nailed down so far:

Departure: April 1st

First Utah Campsite (04/11-04/14): OK RV Park in Moab, UT
- We'll make day trips to Arches and Canyonlands NP from here
- Will fill up fresh water tank and re-provision in Moab

2nd Campsite (04/14-04/17): Boondock on BLM land in Moab area.
- Any suggestions?
- Might try to see capital reef NP on the way from BLM camp to Bryce area

3rd Campsite (04/17-04/20): Bryce Canyon RV Resort in Cannonville.
- Will visit Bryce Canyon NP and KodaChrome SP from here.
- Will fill FW tank and reprovision if needed in Tropic, UT


4th Campsite (04/20-04/24): Boon dock somewhere around Bryce NP or between Bryce NP area and Zion.
- Was thinking of Kings Creek National Forest campground, but it's at 8000ft elevation and might still be winter in late April up there.
- Does anyone have any other suggestions?

5th Campsite (4/24-4/28): Somewhere within 30 minutes to an hours drive of Zion
- Need at least partial hookups and dump station available
- Any suggestions?

6th Campsite (4/28-5/1): Boondock camp somewhere

7th Campsite (5/1-5/4): Full hookup RV park somewhere on the way to Grand Canyon NP
- Suggestions?

8th Campsite (5/4-5/7): Full hookup near Grand Canyon NP
- Suggestions?

9th Campsite (5/7-5/9): Dry camp at Grand Canyon NP, Desert View Campground
- Start heading back to Texas from here

10th Campsite (5/9-5/12): Full hookup somewhere in Northern Az, on the way back to Texas
- Any suggests as to what to see and where to camp?

11th Campsite (5/12-?): Work our way back to Texas, traveling 3 - 4 hours in between staying a few days at each campsite.

That's as far as our planning has taken us so far. Would love any suggestion from the experienced road warriers out there.
If you want an interesting boon docking experience, consider Valley of the Gods. North of Mexican Hat, right off State Hwy 163. We were there in 2021. It's all BLM camping, and access off the highway is through a dry creekbed which our FC27 had no problems clearing, though I went very SLOW. There are campsites accessible to your rig for at least 2 miles down that road, but you don't want to go too far as the road narrows, with too-tight turns. If you are lifted (and I think you are), you'll have no problem with clearance. Views are stunning, similar to Monument Valley, and cost is free. There's a fair amount of info on Airforums about VoG. You do need to watch weather, as rain could cause flash flooding. Great experience.
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Old 02-27-2023, 11:34 AM   #15
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If you want an interesting boon docking experience, consider Valley of the Gods. North of Mexican Hat, right off State Hwy 163. We were there in 2021. It's all BLM camping, and access off the highway is through a dry creekbed which our FC27 had no problems clearing, though I went very SLOW. There are campsites accessible to your rig for at least 2 miles down that road, but you don't want to go too far as the road narrows, with too-tight turns. If you are lifted (and I think you are), you'll have no problem with clearance. Views are stunning, similar to Monument Valley, and cost is free. There's a fair amount of info on Airforums about VoG. You do need to watch weather, as rain could cause flash flooding. Great experience.
Thanks. Yes, we have a lift kit installed. Is there any chance that all of the sites will be full?

I'm looking into VOG now.
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Old 02-27-2023, 12:54 PM   #16
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I doubt it. We were there in early June '21, and there was only one other camper. Sites are well-used pull-offs...we were just over a mile down the road on left...there was room for about 3 rigs.
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Old 02-28-2023, 02:16 PM   #17
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Update on plans, feedback and suggestions are appreciated:

Departure: April 1st

En route camping, Tx through NM:

4/1-4/2: 236mi, 3.5hrs to Texas Copper Breaks State Park (by Childress, Tx)
4/2-4/3: 227mi, 3.5hrs to Blaze-in-Saddle RV Park, Tucumcari, NM
4/3-4/6: 185mi, 3.5hrs to Boondock in BLM Orille Verde Rec Area (by Taos, NM)
4/6-4/8: 206mi, 4.25hrs to Alpine Rose RV Park, by Durango, CO

Utah camping:

4/8-4/11: 145mi, 2hrs, 50min to Boondock in Valley of the Gods, UT

4/11-4/14: 120mi, 2hrs to OK RV Park, Moab UT
- We'll make day trips to Arches and Canyonlands NP from here

4/14-4/17: 52mi, 51min to Green River State Park, UT
- Might try to see capital reef NP on the way from BLM camp to Bryce area

4/17-4/20: 233mi, 3hr 45min to Bryce Canyon RV Resort in Cannonville, UT
- Will visit Bryce Canyon NP and KodaChrome SP from here.
- Will fill FW tank and reprovision if needed in Tropic, UT

04/20-04/24: Boondock somewhere around Bryce NP or between Bryce NP area and Zion.
- The National Forest or Cedar Breaks National Monument Campgrounds all seem to be closed until mid - end of May.
- Dixie/Red Canyon campground is open May 1st.
- Does anyone have any suggestions for Boondock camping 4/20-4/24?

4/24-4/28: 120mi, 3hrs to Willow Wind RV Park, Hurricane, UT

4/28-5/1: 230mi, 4hrs to Dry camp at Grand Canyon NP, Desert View Campground

5/1-5/5: Full hookup somewhere in Northern Az, on the way back to Texas
- Any suggests as to what to see and where to camp?

5/5-?: Work our way back to Texas, traveling 3 - 4 hours in between staying a few days at each campsite. No hurry, will spend a couple of nights at each stop and sightsee along the way. Would love suggestions on things to see, places to stay on the way back to Dallas from the Grand Canyon area.
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Foo? Are you going to the Airstream Rally in June?
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Foo? Are you going to the Airstream Rally in June?
Unfortunately, I am not able to go the the main national rally this year. Out of curiosity, why do you ask? Will you be going this year?

I haven't been to one before as we are new Airstream owners, but it seemed pretty commercially oriented. I.e. sort of like a business convention. Not sure whether or not that kind of activity would be either useful or appealing.
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