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NomadikCulture
11 reviews

Cape Blanco State Park

Sixes, OR

“Offseason Coastal Treat”

Reviewed Nov 20, 2017

Arrived after dark in the rain, but was able to select a secluded site that was high and dry. Site had partial hookups electricity and water. The dump station was out of service. Self-registration and payment are at the campground host Site #50.... more

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Two Plus Lu
33 reviews

Clark Dry Lake

Borrego Springs, CA

“It's been reduced in size, can only fit a couple of rigs close to the road now”

Reviewed Nov 20, 2017

So as it's been reported above, this camping area has been reduced significantly. You could cram a handful of rigs here, or have 2 or 3 if you all want space from each other. The available space is right by the road too, so road traffic can be... more

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Two Plus Lu
33 reviews

Rockhouse

Borrego Springs, CA

“Great boondocking, but cell service was unuseable”

Reviewed Nov 20, 2017

We loved this spot and so badly wished we could have stayed longer, but the whole Borrego Springs area, including the town itself, is seriously suffering with cell tower overload. Even though we had service, it was completely unuseable. Such a... more

Recent RV Travel Blogs

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The Cassiar-Stewart Highway represents all that we looked for in this trip to Alaska - even though we haven't set foot in Alaska beyond Hyder.  On Saturday, May 21, 2016, we moved from Stewart, B.C. to Iskut, B.C., a drive of some 190 miles...

http://davenkathy.blogspot.com/2016/05/onward-to-iskut.html

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After leaving Faywood Springs, Google Maps suggested a short cut to Lordsburg NM that would save us about 20 minutes.  I told Karen we should trust Google Maps to give us a good route. Karen was very leery. An hour later, Karen was right to be...

http://sockmonkeytrekkers.blogspot.com/2017/03/nm-to-san-diego-part-2-el-dorado-hot.html