Earlier this year we took a trip up to Lake Tahoe. We made a road trip out of it and travelled from San Diego all the way Tahoe, staying at Mammoth Mountain RV Park the first night and Harrah’s Hotel and Casino the last two nights. With camping, snowboarding, and gambling, what better trip could you ask for? 🙂 Continue reading
Starting the year off right
Twas’ the day before New Years and to Southern California’s surprise, snow appeared all over the land! It was beautiful and definitely the right way to start off the new year! My boyfriend and I headed out to east San Diego to Cuyamaca Rancho State Park. We grabbed out snowboards, firewood, some burgers, and our camping gear! We had camped in the snow a few years back so we knew we could handle it! Continue reading
There is a slight chill in the air, less bugs are flying around, and with the campgrounds growing silent, I can tell you this is my favorite time for camping!! This year has been awesome- we vowed to constantly go camping and after seeing every season, Fall is Continue reading
When we went camping in the snow, I was afraid we would be sitting in the tent the entire time! Fortunately, we had some beer, cups, and a picnic table! When you are looking for a great game while drinking, we always turn to beer pong! It never fails for an amazing time! And it warmed us up while in Continue reading
If any of you saw my Snow Camping blog, let me say this: camping with snow on the ground and camping while its snowing are two totally different things!! This trip this past weekend was the most challenging, yet epic, camping weekend! I didn’t even listen to some of my snow camping quick tips (shame on me) but I learned a whole lot more on how to prepare for real snow camping! Here are the highlights of our trip: Continue reading
This weekend we did an impromptu camping trip to Cuyamaca Rancho State Park at Paso Picacho. San Diego’s mountains were hit with a good amount of snow last week so we couldn’t pass up the opportunity! Unfortunately, we under-estimated how much snow might be there! It’s 5,000 feet elevation so you can only imagine! We got there around 8:30 PM and the grounds were covered- if we drove my little Huyndai, we wouldn’t have been able to get into the spots because snow was piled so high!