At The Dyrt, we share camping tips from our community of campers and campgrounds. With so many campers staying home, we continue to share this info so you can plan future camping trips across the U.S.

As a Ranger for The Dyrt, I occasionally get the opportunity to test gear in the field. During our 14-day road trip around the US, I was lucky enough to try out the GO camper from SylvanSport.

This is our tenth night in the GO, and although we love this camper, we have encountered a couple of small problems. One of these problems is the mesh lining that is used to store the privacy and water screens for the windows. The lining is pretty loose and doesn’t really hold the screens in place once you unzipped the windows. That said, this is just one thing we think could be improved and has zero impact on our over all love for the GO.

On our tenth night, we camped at Lewis Lake and I was able to test out some clothing from Roanline. From here, we’ll continue our stay in Yellowstone National Park and head to Grant Village where I’ll camp and test gear for 14 straight days.

Day 10 of 14: Road Trip Around the US

Campground: Lewis Lake Campground

The tenth night we stayed in the GO was at Lewis Lake Campground in Yellowstone National Park.





Let me first take some time to talk about the amenities. Vault toilets, that’s it. So if you need showers, electric, water and flush toilets, you may want to camp elsewhere.

The Verdict: If all you need is a site to set your tent (or small camper) and a place to rest after long days of exploring Yellowstone, then this site’s for you. During our time here, all we really used the campsite for was a means to sleep. There were about 80 sites in the campground that are all first-come, first-served. And while the sites are pretty small, being able to explore the park during the day more than made up for it.

Gear: Roanline

At this stop, I tried out some clothing from Roanline. We bought a mixture of long and short sleeved shirts, and luckily, we remembered to bring the long sleeved shirts once we got to Yellowstone. I knew it would be cooler, but 32 degree nights? We weren’t expecting that.

The Verdict: The clothing that we got from Roanline was just what the doctor ordered: soft, comfortable, and light. One of the many things I like about Roanline is how they primarily feature up and coming brands. Whenever I am getting quality products, I always prefer to shop locally. And so far, I’ve loved the small brand products we’ve purchased.

Next Stop: Grant Village, Yellowstone National Park for Day 12 of 14

Camping in Yellowstone has been great! And, we’re excited to stay here for another couple of nights. Next up, we’re hoping over to Grant Village Campground to continue camping and testing gear. Click here to see what it’s like to camp at Grant Village in Yellowstone National Park!

Read day eight here and day 12 here.


The Dyrt is a FREE app solving the pain of finding campsites online. Like Yelp for camping, you can find the perfect campsite for you with photos and reviews from real campers across the country. And if you write reviews, you can WIN free outdoor gear all summer long.

Popular Articles:

  • [UPDATED] Camping Closures in State Parks & National Parks Across the U.S. Due to COVID-19
  • Best Travel Trailer Accessories of 2020
  • Top RV Must Haves for Newbies
  • Best RV Camping Tips and Tricks for First-Timers
  • 7 of the Best RV Trips for Your Next Summer Vacation
  • Just Bought a Camper Van? Read This Before you Hit the Road
  • 9 Resources and Guides for New Full-Time Campers
  • Stay Prepared with this First-Time Travel Trailer Owner Checklist
  • 8 RV Packing Tips for Beginners




  • Mark Silvester

    Mark Silvester

    When he isn't explaining the difference between Australia and the United States, you can find Mark in the mountains, at a show or on his skateboard.