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Old 05-01-2021, 12:12 PM   #1
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Hey all,

Does anyone have recommendations for traveling to a brand new area and finnding great spots to boondock in?
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Hey all,

Does anyone have recommendations for traveling to a brand new area and finding great spots to boondock in?

It was easier years ago when I did not have a trailer and just parked the car or truck off some forest road in the west. There are some beautiful spots along the rivers. In the east it is harder to find a location. I attend a ham radio boondocking in West central Wisconsin, and we had three Scamps there last year. (hams search me on QRZ)

Giving up the information on a good boondocking spot is like telling people where the great fishing hole is. Many Youtubers have quit giving locations to their spots. Some have found that when they return, it got popular and was posted no overnight parking. “SUV RVing” boondocks in the west and has great information in the videos. I started watching him when he was in an area of South Dakota that I like. If you want on demand lookups, he also has a pay site.
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