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favorite Boondocking locations

Postby baddogy » Mon Mar 04, 2013 1:37 pm

Hi everyone:

just thought i would start a new topic on boondocking. I would love to know your favorite boondocking area and how you found it and what kind of ammenties are near it.

Looking forward to all the responses.

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Re: favorite Boondocking locations

Postby dfredendall » Tue Mar 05, 2013 6:22 am

Check out Anza Borrego State Park, Borrego Springs. It is like a miniature Death Valley. The wild flowers should be awesome this spring, beginning now, with off road trails, dry camps and hook up camps. Hiking and golf too. It is between Salton Sea and Escondido in a valley, close to Julian. Get there several ways.
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Re: favorite Boondocking locations

Postby Crazybear » Thu Mar 07, 2013 12:26 pm

Organ Pipe, South of Why, Arizona
North of Parker, Arizona
North of Quartzite, Arizona
The Dunes in California (the name is a loss), West of Yuma
And any other side of the road where the views are magnificent and the mood strikes me
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Re: favorite Boondocking locations

Postby 2phelps » Wed May 15, 2013 3:12 pm

Padre Island National Seashore's Malaquite Beach, south of Corpus Christi, TX
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Re: favorite Boondocking locations

Postby Big Bird » Wed May 15, 2013 3:38 pm

Carpenteria State Park on the coast of California. It's the old coast highway single lane highway that is now an RV park with a view of the ocean that is beyond description.
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