Michigan’s Upper Peninsula is full of exceptional scenery and unique attractions that make it a worthwhile trip for any nature lover. We have outlined the attractions that stood out the most to us on our recent trip to the Upper Peninsula. When visiting this area, you will be greeted with unique geological formations that are Read more about Top 6 Hidden Gems in Michigan’s Upper Peninsula[…]
I began looking for a propane grill early on in our camping adventures. We enjoy cooking over a fire, but often a fire pit is not available or not allowed. Another reason is that we often like to cook a quick meal and then carry on with other activities. Often, times the last thing we want to do is start a fire for just long enough to cook. If you’ve gathered anything from our articles, it is most likely the fact that we research everything to death prior to making an actual purchase.
Exploring the Upper Peninsula of Michigan has been on our radar for quite a while now. The remoteness and tales of the outdoor paradise is enough to draw in adventure lovers from all over. Drummond Island was a great place to start our time in the UP. First off, Yoopers, as the “natives” are called, Read more about Drummond Island Overlanding | Upper Peninsula Michigan[…]
The All Terrain Camper is the best option on the market for our overland style. This article goes over why we chose the ATC over the competition as well as talks about some of the options we had installed.
When looking for a fridge that would be perfect for our truck camper and overland travel, there were so many things to consider. Size, mounting, brand, and accessibility were all weighed carefully to find the perfect fit for our overland setup. Below we discuss our journey in determining the best option for an ideal truck Read more about The Best Overland Fridge for our Truck Camper[…]
An in-depth look into our camper dual battery electrical setup. This is a substantial upgrade over the stock equipment allowing longer runtime off the grid.
Camp Usal is an isolated camground in Sinkyone Wilderness State Park. Located in a very under-developed area of California, the towns that exist on the coast are few and far between. The fact that a lot of these areas are hard to access make it ideal for overland exploring. Multiple hiking trails are found along Read more about The Lost Coast: Camp Usal[…]
After having our camper installed in Sacramento, we headed north. Our first destination was Usal Campground located in Mendocino County. Usal Campground is remote, and is one of the southernmost points of the Lost Coast. After turning onto US-101, the turnoff for Usal Road is roughly 13 miles north of Westport, California. The entrance for Read more about The Lost Coast: Usal Campground[…]
Choosing An All Terrain Camper When we first started to consider how we wanted our all terrain overland setup to look, there were a few must-haves on our list. We wanted the camper to be lightweight, cost effective, and convenient, and the bobcat shell checked all three boxes. Most importantly, we had to have something Read more about All Terrain Camper Install-Bobcat Shell[…]
Making our way to the Bonneville Speedway Waking up in Rock Springs, Wyoming, we were excited about what lay ahead. Not only were we a day closer to installing our ATC camper on our way to California, but we had one important pit stop to make. Crossing into Utah, we couldn’t wait to be at Read more about Bonneville Salt Flats[…]