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Class C Campsite Photos. Show your stuff.

Nvr_lost
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Explorer
The truck camper section has a nice photo thread of their rigs at campsites. How about us Class C owners doing the same for some of our nice locations? As soon as I figure out how to do it, I will add mine, but don't wait for me. Lets get through the winter by looking at the nice places you have been. There must be tons! Don't forget to tell us where the photo was taken. Fort Desoto, Florida.

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ronfisherman
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Thanks for the pictures.
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zachcycles
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Explorer
BruceMc wrote:
A few of our many campsites over the years:


Not seeing many hookups in those pics 😉 gotta luv that
Whether out in the motor home or just sittin n sippin a fine whiskey, my mind wanders these daze. I'm ok with this...

BruceMc
Explorer III
Explorer III
A few of our many campsites over the years:

Western Wyoming:



Summer Lake Hot Springs in southern Oregon:



Givens Hot Springs in SW Idaho:



West of Crater Lake:



Far SE Oregon:



Western Wyoming, 8000':



Somewhere in SE Idaho:



Not a camp site, but I had to include one shot of the Sportsmaster fiver at Multnomah Falls in Oregon:



Willow Creek/White Horse Hot Springs, SE Oregon:



Alvord Desert, SE Oregon:


Summer Lake Hot Springs:



Central/Northern Cascades, probably near McCredie Hot Springs in Oregon:




etc...
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Camperintel
Explorer
Explorer
Here is the Chateau 22B we picked up back in the end of November. I'm in Illinois and took it to Gatlinburg December for a week and worked out really well. Moved to a class C from a travel Trailer.

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TwistedGray
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Explorer
zachcycles wrote:
Tough to get views like that out a motel/hotel window 😉


Even if you could, it wouldn't be that quiet ; )

zachcycles
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Explorer
TwistedGray wrote:
Williams Hill
San Ardo, California

Tough to get views like that out a motel/hotel window 😉


Whether out in the motor home or just sittin n sippin a fine whiskey, my mind wanders these daze. I'm ok with this...

TwistedGray
Explorer
Explorer
Williams Hill
San Ardo, California



garmp
Explorer II
Explorer II
texasvwnut, is that a Corp park?
Our 2351D Phoenix Cruiser, Jack, has turned us from campers into RVers and loving it!

TwistedGray
Explorer
Explorer
Here's hoping to post photos in this thread in the future, but for now I just wanted to bump it. Great captures/photos and even better inspiration : )

texasvwnut
Explorer
Explorer
Hot Springs, AR

Catherine's Landing

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cross21114
Explorer
Explorer
Here's another one. My favorite boondock place. Found it in 2005 in a truck camper and marked it on my GPS. Stopped there last August. On the Cassiar Highway on the way to the Yukon.



Chris
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cross21114
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Explorer
bukhrn wrote:
That shot reminds me of when we were there in '08, we got set up in the CG, and wanted to go up to the Tower, I thought the road we came in on dead ended a little past the CG, basically it does, right in the parking lot of the Visitor Center, AT the Tower, which we found out AFTER hiking up the hill to the Tower, with a lot of huffing & puffing, I'm still not living that one down.
But all in all we did enjoy the hike


Oh, my God, I can surely sympathize with you. That is a hike.
Chris
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2016 Ford Expedition

bukhrn
Explorer III
Explorer III
cross21114 wrote:
Devil's Tower National Monument after a long, dirty drive back from Alaska.

That shot reminds me of when we were there in '08, we got set up in the CG, and wanted to go up to the Tower, I thought the road we came in on dead ended a little past the CG, basically it does, right in the parking lot of the Visitor Center, AT the Tower, which we found out AFTER hiking up the hill to the Tower, with a lot of huffing & puffing, I'm still not living that one down.
But all in all we did enjoy the hike
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cross21114
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Explorer
Devil's Tower National Monument after a long, dirty drive back from Alaska.

Chris
2018 Nexus Ghost 36DS
360 Cummins, 3000 Allison
2016 Ford Expedition

Harvey51
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Explorer
Kiskatinaw Provincial Park 30 km north of Dawson Creek, BC on a stretch of the original Alaska highway upgraded to pavement but still a bit rough. The park is at the site of the curved wooden bridge built in 1942, which carried all highway traffic until the late sixties and is now restricted to 8000 kg or less. We did drive across it and went back to Dawson on the new bridge.

The campsite did not require a reservation. The charge is $20 per night . No showers or flush toilets but it’s right on the river with interesting rocks. A hike upstream is quite interesting. Kids like floating down the river past the campsites.


Kiskatinaw Park is 30 km north of Dawson Creek, BC.
We live in Alberta east of Dawson Creek. We always enjoy Kiskatinaw on a few miles of the original Alaska Highway, paved but a bit rough to make it seem more genuine. The park and campsite are on the Kiskatinaw River which is a good place to look for interesting rocks, float down the river or hike upstream along interesting rock formations.

The big attraction is the curved wooden bridge built in 1942 to get the highway across the river efficiently. https://ouralaskahighway.com/?portfolio_item=historic-kiskatinaw-bridge

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