Ardent Camper

32' Fleetwood Southwind
2014 Jeep Cherokee
http://www.ardentcamper.com
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Reviews

"Nice, clean RV park with a large dog walk and small pool"
Canyon View RV Park
Spanish Fork, UT
"Backs up to city park with long bike trail"
"Cute town and quiet park (except for the train whistle)"
Valley River Center
Eugene, OR
"AWESOME free lot with blackberries, bike paths, and park access (plus mall!)"
"Great spot, lots of green space"
Phoenix RV Park
Salem, OR
"Urban park with decent amenities"
"Isolated location on the beautiful Columbia River"
Tucker Park Campground
Hood River, OR
"Peaceful sites on the Hood River"
"Blah park with a nice surprise"
Tri-Mountain RV Park
Ridgefield, WA
"Cute place with easy access to Vancouver and Ridgefield"
Harborview Inn & RV Park
Garibaldi, OR
"One of our favorite spots in 2 years"
Shoreline RV Park
Crescent City, CA
"Nice views but not great management"
"Pretty state park with amenities, though some highway noise"
"Serenity overlooking a gorgeous lake in an amazing landscape"
Topaz Lake Recreation Area
Gardnerville, NV
"Partial hookups and boondocking overlooking a gorgeous lake"
"Wide sites, little privacy, but within walking distance of Bishop attractions"
Highlands RV Park
Bishop, CA
"Cramped sites, right off Route 395"
Tuttle Creek Campground
Lone Pine, CA
"Incredible views, low price, good cell coverage"
Palm Springs-Joshua Tree KOA
Desert Hot Springs, CA
"Laid-back park with 4 hot spring-fed pools"
Catalina Spa RV Resort
Desert Hot Springs, CA
"Hot springs in a chill town"
Boardwalk RV Park
Glennallen, AK
"Bare-bones but well-positioned stop on the Glenn Highway"
Noble Creek Park
Beaumont, CA
"Quiet park (except on weekends!) with tons of activities"
Shady Lane RV Park
Quartzsite, AZ
"Right in the midst of Quartzsite"
Palm Canyon
Quartzsite, AZ
"Desert boondocking serenity"
"Accommodating 55+ park"
Crazy Horse RV Park
Tucson, AZ
"Easy overnight stop-over"
Siesta RV Park
Las Cruces, NM
"Right by Historic Mesilla and convenient to the freeway"
Hilltop RV Park
Fort Stockton, TX
"Quiet park with pretty views"
Kerrville-Schreiner Park
Kerrville, TX
"Quiet, pretty place to camp"
Corral RV Park
Tomball, TX
"Convenient to Tomball and North Houston"
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Blog Posts

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Traveling California's Route 395 Along the Eastern Sierras | Ardent Camper

We had a dilemma on our hands. We were currently in Desert Hot Springs, California, and we knew that we wanted to head to the Oregon coast.Our first inclination was to check out places like...

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Traveling California's Route 395 Along the Eastern Sierras | Ardent Camper

We had a dilemma on our hands. We were currently in Desert Hot Springs, California, and we knew that we wanted to head to the Oregon coast.Our first inclination was to check out places like...

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Traveling California's Route 395 Along the Eastern Sierras | Ardent Camper

We had a dilemma on our hands. We were currently in Desert Hot Springs, California, and we knew that we wanted to head to the Oregon coast.Our first inclination was to check out places like...

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Avoiding Los Angeles | Ardent Camper

We left Arizona because I had a flight to catch out of Los Angeles.The only problem? We didn't actually want to take the RV into the city.Westward boundAfter selling our house in Houston, we...

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Avoiding Los Angeles | Ardent Camper

We left Arizona because I had a flight to catch out of Los Angeles.The only problem? We didn't actually want to take the RV into the city.Westward boundAfter selling our house in Houston, we...

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Chilling in Las Cruces, New Mexico | Ardent Camper

After saying goodbye to family and friends in Texas, we headed west once again along I-10.Stopping overnight in Fort Stockton, TexasThe diversity of landscapes in the Lone Star State continu...

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Hatchery Boondocking in Idaho | Ardent Camper

After leaving the Seattle area, we began our journey back towards Texas for the holidays, stopping along the way in Idaho.We had stayed in Twin Falls for one night last spring, and that brie...

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Attractions Along the Parks Highway | Ardent Camper

We left North Pole and headed west, passing back through Fairbanks and onto the Parks Highway.Sundog over the mountainsThe road stretches more than 320 miles from Fairbanks to Anchorage thro...

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Seward, Alaska and Kenai Fjords National Park | Ardent Camper

Over the course of several trips, we ended up spending eleven days in Seward, Alaska.Seward, where glaciers quite literally surround youSeward is located on the Kenai Peninsula, a 2.5 hours'...

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Sightseeing on Alaska's Sterling Highway | Ardent Camper

There's more to Alaska's Kenai Peninsula than Seward, although that town is in the running for our favorite we've ever visited.The western part of the peninsula is accessible via the Sterlin...

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Valdez, Alaska: Land of Waterfalls and Glaciers | Ardent Camper

By the time we made it to Valdez, Alaska, we had already seen a lot.We had stared up in wonder at the peak of North America's tallest mountain. We had watched dozens of whales feed in Kenai...

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Christmas in June at North Pole | Ardent Camper

We left Fairbanks in the hopes of escaping wildfire smoke and finding some fishing.One of our wishes came true in North Pole. Chena Lake Recreation Area Our home for the better part of a wee...

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Endless Days in Fairbanks | Ardent Camper

We arrived in Fairbanks with a couple of days to spare before the famous Midnight Sun baseball game, so we spent time hanging out with other RVing friends and exploring our surroundings. Pio...

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Mad Dash from Utah to Washington | Ardent Camper

It was in Phoenix, Arizona that we decided to spend our summer in Alaska. While it might have been a commentary on the heat, we were serious about the idea of driving over three thousand mil...

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Journeying from Sedona, Arizona to Salt Lake City, Utah | Ardent Camper

After we had our RV outfitted for solar power in Phoenix then tested out our new boondocking abilities in Sedona, we were ready to start heading north.We had made the decision to spend the s...

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Two Guns, Arizona: A Route 66 Ghost Town

From Albuquerque, we headed west into Arizona. It was my first time visiting the state, so I didn’t know quite what to expect. Turns out “fascinating stuff” is what. We pulled into Meteor Crat...

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Week 2 in Albuquerque: Southwestern Art, Tent Rocks and Vintage Style

Our second week in Albuquerque was just as jam-packed as the first. Enchanted Trails RV Park After a repair of our landing gear was finalized, we moved from High Desert RV Park to Enchanted...

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Going Underground in Carlsbad, New Mexico

On February 28, we finally crossed over the Texas state line into New Mexico and new territory. On our drive from Marfa, we passed Guadalupe Mountains National Park, which had received a beaut...

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Miles of Mountains at Marfa

On Valentine’s Day, we packed up our rig in Del Rio after only staying a week and took off for Marfa, Texas. About Marfa Once a dying West Texas town, Marfa was revived in the last few decad...

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Happy Holidays in the Texas Panhandle

Is This the Way to Amarillo After we left Livingston, we headed northwest for Amarillo, Texas to join Josh’s family for the holidays. Dovahkiin on the road When we start our cross-country ad...

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