Just a short drive from Las Vegas Nevada is the giant reservoir known as Lake Mead. Part of the Lake Mead National Recreation Area, Lake Mead offers many year round outdoor activities. Stewards Point is one of the designated camping areas located on the north west shore of Lake Mead and offers remote dispersed camping in a large, open, scenic environment. (more…)Read More: Camping at Stewarts Point – Lake Mead, Nevada
Over this past weekend, we went camping at the Lahontan Reservoir in Nevada. This would be the first time we visited this location and it would also be one of the first weekends the weather started to warm up in the Sierra Nevada mountains. (more…)Read More: Camping at Lahontan Reservoir, Neveda
Black Rock Desert in Northern Nevada is like a different planet. The giant salt flat, or Playa, has always fascinated me and when I’m there, I can’t help but pretend I’m on Mars. Its a perfect place to get away from the hustle and bustle of the real world. It’s a place that makes you feel so isolated, you forget all your problems and obligations, and just exists in the moment. And sometimes when I go camping, I want that type of quiet. That’s why Black Rock Desert has been a regular camping spot for us and we always look forward to returning.Read More: Camping at Black Rock Desert, NV
The Kalalau Trail stretches 11-miles along the Na Pali Coast on the island of Kauai. Known for its beauty and danger, the Kalalau Trail follows the rugged coastline on the north-west shore of the garden island of Hawaii, and eventually ends at the secluded Kalalau Beach. Hiking the Kalalau Trail is recommended for advanced hikers and after the first couple miles you will understand why. It leads through varying terrain with steep rock outcroppings, stream crossings that can swell unexpectedly, and traverses along crumbling cliff sides with falling rock hazards. Though it’s a difficult trail to hike, and in some sections, almost extreme, hiking the Kalalau Trail reveals breath taking views of the Na Pali Coast and is well worth the effort. (more…)Read More: Hiking The Kalalau Trail – Kauai, HI
During our stay in Kauai, we camped two nights along the Kalalau Beach. Nested along the Na Pali Coast, the Kalalau Beach is located on the north west shore of Kauai.
The Na Pali Coast has a rich history and culture. This lush land provides for people who live off the land. It also attracts those who are seeking isolation and reject society and wish to get away from it all. (more…)Read More: Camping at Kalalau Beach – Kauai, HI
Anini Beach is located on the north shore of Kauai. Well known for its snorkeling and swimming, Anini Beach also offers camping on a permit basis and a minimal fee of $3 per camper and free for locals with Hawaii State ID’s. (more…)Read More: Camping at Anini Beach – Kauai HI
Dehydrating your own food has many benefits, especially for camping. One of the biggest benefits of dehydrating your own food is being your own chef. You get to choose delicious and nutritional foods that are portioned to your appetite and are conveniently packaged by you, so cooking is made easy and light weight. And most important, your not left at the mercy of the pre-packaged backpacking meals that lack flavor and are loaded with chemicals and preservatives.Read More: Dehydrated Apples Slices