Fred B.


Xenia, OH

Joined April 2020

Love camping, boodock camped all the way to Fairbanks AK been hooked since.

Milford Lake State Park

Nice clean campgrounds. We stayed lakeside at one of the primitive sites. Nice lake view, and quite. It was late July so pretty buggy outside the tent. Reservations were easy and the scenic drives around the lake are beautiful. Junction City is 10 minutes away for all your needs.

Porcupine Rim Campground Moab

Dispersed camping with the best view I've ever seen. Even had clean vault toilet. There is a strict fire ban most of the time. It was about 40 minutes back to Moab because of the rough dirt road but we'll worth the drive.

Pine Ridge Dispersed camping at Mark Twain National Forest

There was easy access to the campground. There were designated spots to camp that had a picnic table and camp grill. Didn't like people just sitting in parked cars in the campground. Quite place to camp for the night.

Angel Creek outside Out at Colorado

Primitive camping right outside outside Ouray Colorado. Imogene pass trail ends at the campground entrance. Trail into campground is a little rough but that's primitive camping. There are vault toilets that seem well maintained. Sites are well spaced. Expect animal visitors. Sound of the river nearby is comforting.

Roosevelt National Forest

Just north of Divide Colorado. Drive straight north from the one light, no turning, go until the road ends, about 10 minutes out. Lots of sites developed for being dispersed camping. This is the trail head for ATV riding so there is a parking lot at the start with a lot of traffic. That is where the vault toilet is as well. Nice area, just a lot of ATV traffic going through.

Crags Campground Colorado

Beautiful 4 mile drive up a winding dirt and gravel road through the canyons with the stream next to you. Camp sites a little close but not so bad. The scenery is out of this world. Divide Colorado is 20 minutes away. Host was very polite and knowledgeable of the area.Only 17 sites available so get there early. Something about having a campsite with a creek running through it that makes it special. Vault toilet available and there was a hand pump well next to site 11. Site 11 is pictured.

Flagler Reservoir

Peace and quite. Boondock for the night to get some sleep, got in late. Each site has a sheltered picnic table. Vault toilets on each side of the dry reservoir, nothing special. The peace and quite was great, nothing but the wind.

Worth the drive

Nice and clean campground, everyone friendly. Would give 5 stars, just a little crowded for my taste.


Stopped here on the way from Ohio to Fairbanks, glad we did. One of the best spots we camped. Campgrounds were immaculate. Skies were clear and crisp(first week of October). We were the only campers there. Free camping but we left donations.