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Old 01-09-2016, 10:55 PM   #101
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National forest on edge of Teton National Park away from all the crowds.



Alabama hills at the base of Mt Whitney (highest point in lower 48) about an hour from home.
W.O.W! That is gorgeous. Looks like an advertisement. Is that a campground or are you allowed to park wherever you want out there?
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Some awesome photos you all have posted. Here are some of Carson National Park near Angel Fire, NM. and the Rio Grande Gorge
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W.O.W! That is gorgeous. Looks like an advertisement. Is that a campground or are you allowed to park wherever you want out there?
No campgrounds.
That first picture is in WY on national forest land literally within 75 yards of the Grand Teton National Park boundary. Just off the edge of the tote road in an area where camping is allowed. Have to know where to go to get away from the crowds in that area around Yellowstone. Most people probably would be nervous pulling a trailer that size in to this spot...

The other is Alabama hills in CA. Open camping in that area. Some small campgrounds down the road a few miles.
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No campgrounds.
That first picture is in WY on national forest land literally within 75 yards of the Grand Teton National Park boundary. Just off the edge of the tote road in an area where camping is allowed. Have to know where to go to get away from the crowds in that area around Yellowstone. Most people probably would be nervous pulling a trailer that size in to this spot...

The other is Alabama hills in CA. Open camping in that area. Some small campgrounds down the road a few miles.
Just looked up Alabama Hills. About 4 hours from us and I've never heard of it! Going to put that on my list. Feel free to PM me the "secret" spots.
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Well it makes up for living in the high desert.
Here's a couple more from the same area. First is my brother's rig and ours.


This is on a hike up in the mtns there.


This is about 3 hours away..
Incredible area, thanks for sharing!!
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We were there in the winter of 14/15. What a gorgeous area!!!
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Camping 4 nights last weekend at China Beach in Juan De Fuca Provincial Park. It's near Port Renfrew, BC on the west coast of Vancouver Island. The second picture is Botanical Beach in the same area. It's know for its amazing tide pools in the lava rock and sandstone.
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