One Night in Palo Duro

I had just finished 5 days at Caprock Canyons State Park and if you read my blog consistently, you definitely know it’s become my favorite park to visit. But the thing is, my trip around the “south by southwest” wasn’t over. Next up was a beautiful location, another state park. This one is called PaloContinue reading “One Night in Palo Duro”

Sunset and moon photos from Caprock Canyons

I *think* this will wrap up my recaps of the best park I’ve camped in… Caprock Canyons State Park in Texas. What beauty surrounds us as campers in this park! During the day it’s bison, roadrunners, deer, prairie dogs, and much more. In fact, pictures that will be favorites for a long time are fromContinue reading “Sunset and moon photos from Caprock Canyons”

The Prairie Dogs of Caprock Canyons State Park

Hello and welcome back. This is the third post (are you tired of hearing about how awesome Caprock Canyons State Park is yet??) in a collection of recaps about the cool things I encountered at this park. Obviously, the canyons take center state and after that, the bison. Click here for canyon photos and hereContinue reading “The Prairie Dogs of Caprock Canyons State Park”

Caprock Canyons State Park – the best campground in America?

Hello and thanks for visiting my blog! Well, I think the search is over. I might have found the very best state park in the entire United States. Of course, I’ll keep searching but if you’re ever in Texas or passing through or even thinking about going somewhere, you need to book a site atContinue reading “Caprock Canyons State Park – the best campground in America?”

A nice break at Copper Breaks State Park – a recap with photos

If you’re in the middle of Texas and need a state park to camp in, Copper Breaks might be the perfect break from society. This state park is about midway through my tour around the south and midwest, which started in Florida and the last stop is in Mississippi on my way back to theContinue reading “A nice break at Copper Breaks State Park – a recap with photos”