Pinetop-Lakeside sits about 7,000 feet above sea level and is an incredible escape from the desert summer heat into the White Mountains of eastern Arizona. We’ve done several weekend trips there and we always love coming back! One thing we love about the White Mountains area is the wide variety of things to do. YouContinue reading “Summer Guide To Pinetop-Lakeside”
Last summer we did a weekend trip to Lake Havasu City. We left directly after work on a Friday and arrived to our Lake Havasu State Park cabin just before the sun was about to set. Lake Havasu is a great place to escape in the summer! It’s about 3 hours west of Phoenix andContinue reading “What To Do In Lake Havasu City”
How we backpack camped at Del Norte campground on Channel Islands National Park, Santa Cruz Island, hiked across the park, and kayaked!
Glamping on the Arizona/Utah border Honeymoon Hideout Canvas tent features: 14×16 canvas tent. Sleeps two. Queen size bed. Private front porch. Portable heater. Seating area inside the tent. Insulated cooler. Private parking. Bathroom: Access to shared bathroom with two toilets and two showers. Benefits: Wifi, electricity with two switches on both sides of the tent.Continue reading “Cane Beds Corral”
Arizona Camper Van Indian Bread Recreation Area Dispersed Camping No Designated Campsites First come, first served NO paved roads, NO designated spots, NO potable water, NO designated fire pits, NO bathrooms, NO shade PLEASE pack out what you packed in and properly dispose of human/animal waste Oliver Lee Memorial State Park 30 minutes east ofContinue reading “Flagstaff Camper Van”
April 2 – 4, 2021 Indian Bread Recreation Area Dispersed Camping No Designated Campsites First come, first served NO paved roads, NO designated spots, NO potable water, NO designated fire pits, NO bathrooms, NO shade PLEASE pack out what you packed in and properly dispose of human/animal waste Oliver Lee Memorial State Park 30 minutesContinue reading “Arizona Camper Van, Flagstaff Rental”
Arizona Camper Van Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Lees Ferry Campground | $20/night Area Recreation Pass required – $30/vehicle for 7 days | Federal Annual Passes accepted Designated Campsites First come, first served Fire/grill pits, bench, potable water, restrooms, trash service, aluminum can recycling Glen Canyon National Recreation Area Alstrom Point – Lake Powell AreaContinue reading “Sedona Jeep”
Whenever we go on a trip we try to plan it in a financially responsible way. That includes where we decide to stay. We just got into camping, but sometimes we decide to stay in Airbnb’s or Hotel’s. One of the things we look for in an Airbnb or Hotel is the price, location toContinue reading “Our Stays”