Custer State Park, Black Hills of South Dakota

Custer State Park is 71,000 acres in size, and is located in the Black Hills of southwestern South Dakota.

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  Comparing Two Off Road Trailer Rigs

We're comparing two different types of small off-road trailer rigs on ten criteria, to help folks who are trying to decide which type of rig is best for them.

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black hills arrival and camp deerfield reservoir

We're just getting started. This is the first of our videos about our adventures in the Black Hills of South Dakota.

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Nebraska's Crescent Lake National Wildlife Refuge

We're going through Nebraska on our way to South Dakota, and get to do a bit of overlanding between the communities of Oshkosh and Lakeside.

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Escapade Backcountry

After researching a lot of small, off-road campers we have chosen to purchase the Escapade Backcountry. This is our intial review of this very cool little camper.

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Smittybilt Roof Top Tent After 2 Years - Long term use

We've had the Smittybilt Overlander roof top tent for over 2 years now. It's traveled 20,000 miles and seen 80 nights of camping.

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Bandelier National Monument in New Mexico

Bandelier National Monument is located in north central New Mexico. Bandelier is 50 square miles (130 square kilometers) of the Pajarito Plateau in the Jemez Mountains. It has 70 miles of trails, and contains Ancestral Puebloan Dwellings. Over 70% of Bandelier National Monument is wilderness.

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Valles Caldera National Preserve

The scenery and wildlife of Valles Caldera National Preserve are spectacular. Valles Caldera is also known as the Jemez Caldera and is located in north, central New Mexico. It's highest peak is Rendondo Peak with an elevation of 11,253 feet (3,430 meters).

Read more: The Captivating Valles Caldera National Preserve, NM