Category Archives: Reviews

Our Stay at Cumpressco Campground – Green Swamp West Tract, Dade City, Florida

Our Stay at Cumpressco Campground – Green Swamp West Tract, Dade City, Florida

Green Swamp Preserve was yet another great place to enjoy a week stay. Like the other great free camping areas in Florida, there are miles of trails to explore. Green Swamp, however, contains two equestrian campgrounds, and features a larger amount of gravel/shell roads than any of our previous stays. This allows for a lot

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Bigfoot Trail Camp Recreation Area, Perkinston, Mississippi

Bigfoot Trail Camp Recreation Area, Perkinston, Mississippi

When hurricane Irma started heading towards Florida, it was time to for us to hit the road again and head out of the state. We did a bit of Walmart hopping to wait things out but, as always, that only works for so long. We needed the quiet of the woods! This is when we

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Waylon Jennings RV Park, Littlefield, Texas

Waylon Jennings RV Park, Littlefield, Texas

After leaving Levelland, Texas our next town to explore – with a free camping spot, was the Waylon Jennings RV Park in Littlefield, Texas. This was another town owned free camp ground, complete with power and water. The site feature two large rig pull through sites, and several small rig/tent sites. There is also an

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Giant Storms, a New Camera, Levelland Texas, and a Great Free RV Spot

Giant Storms, a New Camera, Levelland Texas, and a Great Free RV Spot

Armed with our Nikon D5200 and ready to take better looking photos, we finally started heading west! And, it appears we may have left a little early. Along our path, we encountered tornado sirens – causing us to have to duck and hide in a Walmart, temperatures dropping into the 30’s, and another large storm

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Camping at Lake Panasoffkee, Wildwood, Florida

Camping at Lake Panasoffkee, Wildwood, Florida

Lake Panasoffkee Preserve features a camp host, who maintains the property and checks reservations as visitors arrive to the camping areas. Once settled in, our stay was pleasant and uneventful – just like we like it. For those who need them, shopping areas like those in Ocala, Wildwood, and The Villages are a short 20-30

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New Internet Option For Low Income Rvers And Van Dwellers

New Internet Option For Low Income Rvers And Van Dwellers

As rvers we are always looking for affordable internet. If I had known about this plan before I signed with Unlimitedville I would have gone this route. ¬†Some people are reporting being able to use 500 or more gigabytes a month with no issues. The service is called PC’s For People. They offer UNLIMITED wifi

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Passport America Camping Discount

Passport America Camping Discount

www.passportamerica.com In all the clubs you could potentially join, Passport America is a must have. Their discount will pay for itself in your first couple of stays. As an added bonus, Passport America also has an App which will allow you to easily search for campgrounds. Rating by Alan Cook: 4.5 stars

Replacing An RV Entry Door Holder Catch With Metal! No more stretched out or broken door holders!

Replacing An RV Entry Door Holder Catch With Metal! No more stretched out or broken door holders!

  Let’s face it most RV parts are made of cheap plastic. More than likely you will keep your rv for much longer than the life of many of those cheap plastic parts. Once a part has worn out you have two options. Replace it with the exact same part and hope it doesn’t break

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Our Pleasant Stay at Bush Campground

Our Pleasant Stay at Bush Campground

Bush Campground Bush Rd New Alexandria, PA 15670 (724) 668-8999 We planned to stay a few days in this park, while visiting a friend in Pittsburgh. After our 3 day stay, we decided to stay the maximum allowed 2 weeks. As mentioned in comments around the web, the lake is a little dirty looking –

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Floyd Bennett Field RV Campground. It’s Walmart, but Worse.

Floyd Bennett Field RV Campground. It’s Walmart, but Worse.

Floyd Bennett Field RV Campground 1 Floyd Bennett Fld Brooklyn, NY 11234 (718) 338-3799 If you’ve ever wondered what it was like to stay in the wildest, loudest of Walmart parking lots, but were to nervous to stay in one, Floyd Bennett Field National Park Campground can give you that experience for a whopping $30

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Quality 1st is Anything But

Quality 1st is Anything But

Just like we praise the things we love, sometimes there’s a need to warn people of what to avoid. Quality 1st Truck & Trailer Repair 13345 S Preston Hwy Lebanon Junction, KY 40107 (502) 310-2581 www.facebook.com/Quality-1st-Truck-Trailer-Repair-584597104909527/ While traveling through Kentucky, we had an issue which required our rear axle to be replaced. We chose Quality

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Free Florida Boondocking

Free Florida Boondocking

When we winter in Florida, we prefer to escape the cramped RV park life, get out into nature, and enjoy ourselves. Since we are fully self contained, hold over 7 days of water, and have our RV solar system, it was time to see what we could do. Thanks to the SWFWMD and SFWMD, and

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Deep Creek Preserve, Arcadia, Florida

Deep Creek Preserve, Arcadia, Florida

Deep Creek was a fairly nice place to stay, and was comparable to Oak Ridge and Cypress Creek. It had your standard amenities, including non-potable water, a port-o-john that was in need of a little more service (like a new floor) but usable and not disgusting, picnic tables, and fire rings. The park itself was

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Hickory Hammock Equestrian Area

Hickory Hammock Equestrian Area

Out of the free management lands we have stayed on in Florida, Hickory Hammock is by far the nicest so far. When we first arrived, a sign directed us to check in with the camp host who was unavailable at the time. A neighbor, however, verified we had a reservation and gave us a rundown

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Oak Ridge, Upper Hillsborough

Oak Ridge, Upper Hillsborough

Our group from Alston Tract arranged to all sync our travels and, for our third Florida wild camping location, Laurie and I met them at Oak Ridge. We left Cypress Creek to arrive a few days after the rest of the group. There were about six camping spots, split through the middle with the driving

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