If you want to go to the beach, without the crowd and fully booked hotels, an oceanside camping might be for you. Just book six months in advance.
good morning guys I am at Hugo Lake in Oklahoma and it just finished raining and a drop just fell on my camera anyway just staying in one night or we did stay one night and we're on our way to New Mexico and we had nice nice rain this morning it was just wonderful look at this Lake this is a Corps of Engineers campground and they have two prices this is 30 amp and it's $18 a night and then they have another part that is 50 amp and it's like on the lake if it doesn't really have any trees so this is $18 a night and over there it was $22 a night and I did find this campsite on free campsite stock net and they did mention on the website that in the offseason that it is free camping but I'm gonna disagree and show you why here in a minute it's about 78 degrees right now I think not too bad a little humid beautiful there's two campers one right there and one over there and there's the travel trailer and I got me a kayak I don't think I've mentioned that yet on the channel I stayed at two lakes now and I haven't put it in the water we got here kinda late yesterday and after getting set up I just didn't feel like trying to figure out where to put my kayak in because I can't get to the water from here beautiful place I will stay here again no doubt okay this is why I would say that camping in the off season is not free however they people have scratched out the the price but this doesn't say just in the off season or during the busy season so you're to get a envelope out of here picture check and then deposit it here so anytime you see a self registration that doesn't mean that it's free so I just want to put that out there and I will post this on the free campsites net so people don't come here and think that you don't have to pay because clearly you do and I knew that here they have the price that you can read 18 and 22 I just want to post that and I'm gonna update or make a post on free camp sites dotnet so people are aware that this is not a camp site that is free just in the off season it looks to me like it's not free at all but it's a beautiful place I have a water and electric and then they have a dump station and I'm gonna go hook up the travel trailer and maybe one down the road headed towards New Mexico and I didn't mention but I wanted to but they do have the it looks like a brand new vault toilet the sites are maintained really well so very happy staying here it was a great great place let me just say that this is not the safest thing to do I used to have a socket that just spit on my drill but it went with my last travel trailer so I will be getting that but for now the beauty these days and hooking it but travel trailer is that you have a backup camera so this is so much easier than used to be in the day now I do like to turn off my lines here so I can just see the ball these are a new type of sway bars that I'm not familiar with but after watching YouTube here's just extend it all the way it until this reaches up there which okay it is all hooked up and checked chains or connected lights are connected as you can tell lights are on and all I need to do on the outside is unhook the water look at this the only thing is the water over there I had to use two water hoses to hook it up anyway that's why pretty much need to water hoses do and to electrical cords because you never know where they put these utilities in these parks look over here to the right there's a huge bull on the side of the few that's me
Free Campsites – Hugo Lake Oklahoma. Using the website freecampsites.net I found the Hugo Lake campground in Oklahoma.
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here it is September 30th 2018 were at st. Louis the st. Louis Arch we're on the Mississippi River is out this is Mississippi River okay shoes all decked out here today camera yeah Thank You Roy for loaning this to us we're gonna try it today first time we were trying it so let we're parked on a very tilted really weird stone leve walkway here you can see that the walls are gigantic they gotta be 35 40 feet tall trying to keep the water back and after that they give up all right so we're going on a bike ride do you think it's going to be 25 miles we'll see how it goes this is actually the beginning of the st. Louis riverfront bike trail this is that called the graffiti Wow good name ready mark let's go he's ready go baby he's ready so for pretty much every day we were here it was in mid to upper-90s today high of maybe 82 right now it's in the 70s perfect day for a bike ride so uh [Applause] art everywhere here [Applause] got a lot of art going on stenches raps yard elevated tree I'm gonna garbage [Applause] yeah you've gone look to the right yeah look to the right honey steppe looking to the left you can't look anywhere it looked like it yeah drink water baby great for me the think mark is having nightmares right now looking at sick of freight pickup truck frames flashback years for yes it's pretty cheap beer honey so let's fill up I'll fill up both tanks and then we'll pull yours in and make it happen Michael Oh mark what are you little nervous about we got a ride watch my finger all the way back around here Oh Oh and industrial area all the way ask the part that you see waited we already rolled 13.8 miles so do the man I need a sand I'm Way back from our crossing the bridge this is where we got gas we decided to have a lunch there's my monocle Milligan's from an area that's known to have people that like start out in one profession and an end up like him small engine repair or something like that look at the look look at what you have to put up with that's a sandwich he's speechless oh my god he's speechless scores who does it again manitowoc crane look at that you you
We are slowly learning that bike riding in unfamiliar towns is amazing, but has its problems! Every wrong turn you make can add a mile or two, which should be viewed as part of the adventure, instead of diminishing the trip length. If we had electric bikes, with the “reserve” of an additional 30 miles to play with,…..we wouldn’t always have that nagging thought after 17 miles traveled MAX, (depending on the terrain)………..if we should be turning around already to get back home.
Sue: Went on a GREAT 27 mile bike ride on August 30th along the Mississippi River in St Louis, MO. The terrain and sites to see were constantly changing from trees and flowing water, to bridges, tunnels, barges, junk yards, art work, levee walls, graffiti walls, power plants, sugar and grain unloading operations, suspension bridges, and yes porta-potties,….thank GOD!
Mark: We are slowly learning that bike riding in unfamiliar towns is amazing, but has its problems. Every wrong turn you make can add a mile or two, which should be viewed as part of the adventure, instead of diminishing the trip length. If we had electric bikes, with the “reserve” of an additional 30 miles to play with,…..we wouldn’t always have that nagging thought after 17 miles traveled MAX, (depending on the terrain)………..if we should be turning around already to get back home. Come along with us and see the amazing variety of city life we saw along this river trail. It was fascinating!
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