Camps in 2017

Key:

  • cg = campground
  • pk = RV park
  • dc = dispersed camp
  • bd = boondock
  • sp = state park
  • pl = parking lot
  • LTVA = Long-Term Visitor Area
  • NFS= National Forest Service
  • BLM = Bureau of Land Management
  • NMn = National Monument
  • NP = National Preserve
  • NWR = National Wildlife Refuge
  • NCA = National Conservation Area
  • NRA = National Recreation Area
  • SHP = State Historic Park
  • SWA = State Wildlife Area
  • WMA = Wildlife Management Area

January 2017

Midland LTVA, Blythe, CA – 31 days x $2.12   = $65.72

February 2017

  • Midland LTVA, Blythe, CA – 18 days x $2.12 a day = $38.16
  • Corvina Beach SRA cg, Salton Sea, CA – 10 days x $8.00 a day = $80.00 (photo above)

March 2017

  • Midland LTVA, Blythe, CA – 12 days x $2.12 a day = $25.44
  • Hole-in-the-Wall NP cg, Mojave Preserve, CA – 2 days x $6 = $12.00
  • Las Vega Bay NRA cg, Lake Mead, NV – 7 days x $10 a day = $70.00 (photo above)
  • Poverty Flats BLM bd, Overton, NV – 5 days x $0 = $0
  • Sand Mine Road Mesa BLM bd, Overton, NV – 6 days x $0 = $0

April 2017

  • Sand Mine Road Mesa BLM bd, Overton, NV – 15 days x $0 = $0 (photo above)
  • Poverty Flats BLM bd, Overton, NV – 3 days x $0 = $0
  • Pahranagat NWR cg, Alamo, NV – 12 days x $0 = $0

May 2017

  • Young’s RV pk, Caliente, NV – 7 days (weekly rate + tax) = $138.60
  • Kershaw Ryan sp, Caliente, NV – 2 SHP, Ely, NV – 1 day @ $14.00 = $14.00 (photo above)
  • Chevron Station pl, East Ely, NV – 1 day @ $0 = $0
  • Rogerson’s RV pk, Rogerson, ID – 7 days (weekly rate + tax) = $106.00
  • Lud Drexler BLM cg, Salmon Falls Creek Res., ID – 4 days @ $2.50 = $10.00
  • Grey’s Landing BLM bd, Rogerson, ID – 5 days x $0 = $0

 

 

7 Responses to Camps in 2017

  1. Cynthia Foreman says:

    Hi, I ran across you at the Conservative Treehouse blog. I think what you have accomplished is amazing. I am 65ish and live in my rv full time. I am from Louisiana. I haven’t been able to travel very much for the last few years due to medical issues. Hoping and praying to get back out on the trails again soon. I have 3 fur babies. Hope to learn a lot from you on current travel info etc. Happy trails.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      I’m delighted to have you join us, Cynthia! And you’re another RV full-timer! That’s great!

      I hope your health situation improves to allow you back on the road. I also hope you enjoy riding along with me and my crew. 🙂

  2. Lynda Jerome says:

    Love reading your adventures. I also have a 17ft Casita and am starting to think about going it alone. Most of my camping has been with a companion. Reading your stories is encouraging me to spend more time traveling alone. I am in my mid seventies. Very healthy. Love hiking and archaeology. Lynda Jerome

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Lynda! Another Casita person! If you new here, I welcome you!

      If you’ve read much of my blog you know how much I enjoy traveling alone with my crew. I’m glad you are encouraged by my stories. Stay healthy and happy hiking and traveling!

  3. Barbara says:

    Looking to join those who journey small in large places First time to choose a travel trailer and towing car – so much to consider! Hopefully I won’t let all the “requirements” get in the way of joining, at a distance, others living out there in their of- the-moment dreams.

    • rvsueandcrew says:

      Hi, Barbara,

      I don’t know if this is your first visit to Blogorinoland (We have several Barbaras.). If you’re new, welcome! This is a good place to ask questions about travel trailer and tow vehicle choices. Always feel at ease here . . . . 🙂

  4. rvsueandcrew says:

    REQUEST:

    Please make your comments under the most recent post so that you become part of the main group of blogorinos. Your comments are important and may be missed here. 🙂

    Thank you! — Sue

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