Boondocks.


Wild Camping.

These are some of the places we have boon-docked.

“The term boondocking, also known to RV enthusiast as dispersed camping, dry camping or coyote camping, is used to describe camping in the midst of nature without the use of commercial campgrounds and hookups.” – Boondocking guide

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Canada:
Alberta:

Meadows.
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Camping with Horses.
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 James River, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Camping in Spring Time

 James River, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Wild Mushrooms.
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Limestone Mountain.
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La Dolce Vita.
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Horsey Meadows.
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Meadows.
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Celestial Camping.
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 Near Limestone Mountain near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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 Near Limestone Mountain and Limestone Creek near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Dutch Creek, Alberta, Canada.
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 Limestone Creek near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Limestone Creek near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Limestone Creek near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.
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Boondocking
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Bearberry Valley on crown-land, near Sundre, Alberta, Canada.

Camping in Spring.
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Near Sundre, Alberta, Canada in the Bearberry Valley

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Horsey Meadows May 2018
Near Sundre, Alberta, Canada in the Bearberry Valley

Rugby Poles.

Sleeping Al fresco
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Fallen Tree. 

Cattle Dog

Smokeless Camping.

Summer Solstice.

Limestone Road

James River Crossing,

Fall at Limestone.

Camping in Spring Time.

Camping with Deer.

Boondocking

Boondocking in Canada-Facebook Group

Boondocking Alberta wild camping -Facebook

Alberta Crown Land Camping- Facebook Group

Boondocking Tips- Facebook Group

Free Camping, Boondocking, and Public Lands- Facebook Group

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Tracks and trails.ca
“One dictionary defines boondocks as slang for rough backwoods or bush country. The term boondocking, also known to RV enthusiast as dispersed camping, dry camping or coyote camping, is used to describe camping in the midst of nature without the use of commercial campgrounds and hookups.” –Boondocking guide.com

Boondocking hints
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Campgrounds.
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Camping Recipes.
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Camp Food.
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Camping Links.

4 comments

  1. Wou nou boondock gaan google maar toe helpo jy my betyds uit. Ek dink boondocking is in Kanada dalk makliker as wat dit in Suid Afrika is. Gem=niet jou boondocking – ek geniet dit ook. Mooi plekke

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    • Wat ‘n toeval 😉
      Wat is ‘n mooi Afrikaanse woord daarvoor. Boendoe-kamp?
      Ons het so pas teruggekom, van nog ‘n heerlike kamp in die boendoes. Dit was so rustig en stil, die honde veral het die vryheid baie geniet.
      Ja, ons is baie gelukkig.

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