Mini review – Free Campsite Daniel Boone National Forest Turkey Foot campground

Welcome to mini review Monday!  Today’s mini review is for a free campsite in the Daniel Boone National Forest which is located towards the middle of Kentucky.  This campground offers hiking, fishing, swimming (in the creek), and places to go four wheeling.  Vault toilets are also provided, however bringing your own bathroom tissue is strongly advised. Stats GPS: 37.466717.-83.915375 Water:

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The only 10 things you need to start tent camping tomorrow

Summer is here and it’s the perfect time to start tent camping.  There are a lot of people I know that want to try camping, or their kids want to try camping and the number one reason they don’t is “we don’t have the gear”.  The reality is, you really don’t need a ton of stuff to try out tent

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7 Unwritten and written tent camping rules to remember

Summer is definitely the time to get away from it all and go tent camping. While getting away from it all sounds great, chances are, unless you are camping during the week, you are still going to have quite a few people around you. Those people are wanting to get away from it all too and enjoy their holiday. To

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June Favorites

This is going to be a fun look at what I did this month, so I can share with you things that I just can’t share with you guys anywhere else on my blog. The Highlight Reel Welcome to a quick rundown of my month!  For our travels this month, we spent time exploring both the east and west side

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Stone Mountain State Park – What to do at this little known gem in North Carolina

Located in the northwest part of North Carolina in Alleghany County, this state park’s central attraction is a granite dome.  Visitors to this huge park marvel at the 600 foot tall dome when they first lay eyes on it.  And while the dome is really impressive, this park contains something for every type of nature lover.  We just returned from

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