• Randy Reek

GoneCamper Minivan In A Tent Campsite


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With a GoneCamper minivan conversion you can take advantage of cheap TENT campsites!

We are on a 10,000-mile round trip to Alaska and back to Arizona. On the route north we took a few side trips to Sequoia National Park, Redwood National Park and Yosemite. (Watch for more pictures later - here are just a few teasers!)

A hollow Redwood

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The Tunnel Tree, Sequoia National Park

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Sentinel Tree, Redwoods National Park

Our timing meant that we would arrive at Yosemite on Saturday. We wanted to get an early start to beat the MASSIVE traffic, so we wanted to camp just outside the park on Friday night. This was the ONLY night we made a reservation - at High Sierra RV park. We chose this park because it is right at the edge of Yosemite and it offered lower cost tent campsites.

Driving into Yosemite National Park

Tent campsites are typically too small for RV's or camper trailers. Tent campsites often have no services; often just a picnic table. But at this RV park the tent sites included a water faucet and electricity. A minivan fits easily in a tent campsite - after all, people camping in tents still need a place to park! But tent campsites usually cost less than HALF of conventional RV sites.

This short video gives you a walk-around of a typical tent campsite.

Why not join us on the road? There is NO other way to see so much country, so economically. Subscribe to our blog for more updates, and check out the other videos on the GoneCamper YouTube channel. You, too can learn enjoy the "van life."

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