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5 Off Road Camping Trailer Options

5 Off Road Camping Trailer Options

So my wife and I have been wanting to get a family camper trailer for quite some time now. The only problem is I want something that I can take off roading.  No offense but I’m not a huge fan of KOA or Yogi Bear Campgrounds. My idea of camping is generally me and my [...]

April 16, 2013 Kristopher Artz CAMPING, OFF ROAD, REVIEWS 28

Arroyo Tapiado Mud Caves, Anza Borrego SP

Arroyo Tapiado Mud Caves, Anza Borrego SP

Gear: Before you go here is my list of recommended things to take along. Friend or a buddy…some experiences are just more fun with someone else to share them with, plus it’s safer too. Flashlights or headlamps. An extra flashlight or spare batteries would be wise. You don’t have to go very far into the [...]

May 9, 2012 Kristopher Artz HIKES, HIKING WITH KIDS, OFF ROAD 2

Exploring Anza-Borrego SP, Spring in the Desert

Exploring Anza-Borrego SP, Spring in the Desert

Anza-Borrego Desert SP  is California’s largest state park. It is located to the South East of Los Angeles- about a 3 hour drive. In the late winter or early spring, this desert is an amazing place to enjoy some mild weather, primitive camping, hiking, various difficulty levels off roading,  and observe beautiful desert wildflowers. The variety of [...]

May 4, 2012 Kristopher Artz CAMPING, HIKES, OFF ROAD 1

Red Rock Canyon SP, CA

Red Rock Canyon SP, CA

Our destination was Ricardo Campground in Red Rock Canyon State Park near Cantil, CA,  which according to Mapquest was 139.89 miles or 2 hours 29 minutes away.  On this trip it was myself, and my good friends Wajid Drabu and Mark Ryan.  Wajid is a photographer and Mark is a cinematographer. Mark is also a sommelier, [...]

April 27, 2012 Kristopher Artz CAMPING, OFF ROAD 0