Free Camping Archive

Vineyard Camping Paso Robles, CA – Rio Seco Vineyard & Winery

When we set out on this journey in 2015, Rio Seco Vineyard & Winery was the first place we called home. Before leaving the Central Coast for the Sierra Nevada, we decided to spend a few nights camping on our favorite vineyard in Paso Robles. Tom

Free Camping Mojave National Preserve – Banshee Canyon

Throughout the United States, there are beautiful free camping spots on public land and national forests. Our most recent off grid camping adventure lead us to a great free camping spot in the Mojave National Preserve. Most of these spots are considered off grid

Dispersed Camping – How to Find Free Camping in National Forests

Dispersed camping in National Forests is a great option for campers who want to get away from developed campgrounds. These primitive camping spots offer no amenities, except for the occasional fire pit. On our long drive from Ohio to California, we made it a point to

Boondockers Welcome Free Camping on Private Property

Boondockers Welcome is a great membership for RVers who enjoy boondocking. There are two types of memberships. Host membership is for RVers who have property to accommodate over night boondocking guests. Guest only membership is for RVers looking for overnight boondocking on private property. We

Free Camping Flagstaff, Arizona – Coconino National Forest

Flagstaff was supposed to be a one night before we made our way to the vortexes of Sedona. One night quickly turned into two and we ended up spending nine nights boondocking or dry camping in Flagstaff, Arizona. Seven nights were at a free camping spot

Free Camping Tucson, Arizona – Bureau of Land Management

As we make our way east, free camping is becoming difficult to find. We did find a great free camping spot in Tucson, Arizona. Eight miles west of the city on Ajo Highway, the BLM land is along the edge of an Indian Reservation and close proximity to Tucson Mountain

Free Camping Grand Canyon South Rim – Kaibab National Forest

Elks bulging, squirrels chasing one another up a pine tree, a lone antelope prancing through the forest, rabbits hopping, birds singing, woodpeckers pecking, sitting around a burning campfire reminiscing about the incredible the day. We experienced all of it a few miles outside the