Why do I enjoy spending time in solitude in nature, and should you try it as well? We’ll talk about the healing power of nature, using a tent for extra space while car/van camping, and a toilet paper shortage in this episode!
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The rhythm of seasons is a natural, but often overlooked, part of the human experience. The traveling lifestyle lends itself well to observing seasons.
Location: Amargosa Valley, NevadaType: Rest AreaAccess: Highways 95 & 373Coordinates: 36.642773,-116.399952Elevation: 2,664 FeetRoad Conditions: PavedPhone Coverage: Verizon 3/5; AT&T 3/5Fee: FreeLength of Stay: One NightAmenities: Restrooms with flush toilets and sinks, picnic areas with tables, trash cans, electric vehicle charging station, large gravel overflow lots Details Amargosa Valley Rest Area is a traditional, roadside rest area. Overnight parking is allowed for one night. This…
Location: Death Valley, CaliforniaType: PrimitiveAccess: Highway. 190Coordinates: 36.339442,-116.600351Elevation: 3,038 FeetRoad Conditions: GravelPhone Coverage: No Verizon or AT&T Fee: FreeLength of Stay: UnknownAmenities: None Details The Pads is located on Highway 190 just miles from the entrance to Death Valley National Park. While the actual ownership of the land is not certain, this location is frequently used for free dispersed camping. The Pads is named…
Sage Hen Rest Area is a traditional, roadside rest area located on Highway 20 between Burns and Riley that allows overnight parking.
Great Meadow Sno-Park is not a traditional campground, but is instead a large parking area that allows overnight parking.
Dismal Nitch Rest Area is a roadside rest area along the Columbia River approximately one mile from the Astoria-Megler Bridge that allows overnight parking.
The 50,000 Silver Dollar is an all-in-one tourist stop along I-90 in western Montana that offers a free RV park with electric.
Bud Love Wildlife Habitat Management Area (WHMA) is a 7,900 acre tract located nine miles from Buffalo, Wyoming that offers a small, free camping area.