Author: David

Camp Spots – Great Dog Friendly Camp Spots You Have Not Heard Of

Who finds it hard to leave your pet at home when the rest of the family get to go away?  Well we have found some Pet friendly holidays the WHOLE family can enjoy Amamoor Creek camping area, Sunshine Coast These flat, grassy campsites are nested in an ironbark and blue gum forest on the banks on the Amamoor Creek. But you won’t find yourself up the creek with no facilities here, as you’ll find toil...

Camp Spots – Our Secret Melbourne Camp Spots, We Let The Cat Out

Need to get away from bust Melbourne but only have a weekend?  Well our secret (or not so secret) camp spots may just be the places to kick your feet up and relax. Cumberland River Holiday Park When a caravan park offers itself as a location for wedding photos, you know it must have something going for it scenically. No fake sunset backdrops here, but the real thing: a stunning natural setting nea...

Camp Spots – Our Top QLD Secrets Camp Spots

We all love QLD so we tried to find some of it’s hidden Camp Spots that are not the run of the mill.  We would love for you to share your secret Camp Spots. Carnarvon Gorge   How to get there: Carnarvon Gorge is between Roma and Emerald. From Roma, drive 90km north to Injune then a further 160km along the Carnarvon Highway. From Emerald, drive 65km south to Springsure then 70km east to ...

Camp Spots – Our Secret NSW Hidden Gems..Shhhhhhhh Don’t Tell!

With the warmer weather and Holidays upon us, camping season is at its all time peak.  So with that thought we have managed to find some of our all time Camping Spots in NSW, we would love to know yours.   Here are some of our best Camp Spots along the NSW coast and inland that that are a must visit places this summer, well anytime really. The spectacular and secluded Honeymoon Bay at Point P...

Camp Spots – Hilltop RV Park Fort Stockton, Texas

This is our first international review and I think we have chosen a great one.  Hilltop RV Park at Fort Stockton has been getting great reviews for a long time so we couldn’t pass up checking what all the hype was about. So how to get there, From the East (i.e. San Antonio) on I-10 take Ft. Stockton Exit 256, stay to the Right on the service road. Continue until you come to a Y in the road, ...

Camp Spots – For The Love Of Camping!

So, many many years ago my love of camping started pretty similar to everyone’s else, when your parents would take you on the traditional holiday camp.  This to us was normal, camping 4wdriving fishing was just a way of life. When I got a bit older I realized just how much I enjoyed the camping and adventures that my Dad would take us on, and I learnt that my Dad was a super hero to me. Adve...

Camp Spots – Camping At Christmas Our Tips To Keep You Sane

Going camping over the holiday times are an Aussie tradition and what better time to get away than Christmas “What ya doin’ over Christmas?” you’ll be asked. “Heading out bush or down the beach” will be a common response. In fact, Christmas camping is about as Australian as the flies that will be there to greet you when you arrive at the camp site. However with its popularity, Christmas camping ca...

Camp Spots – Our Top 10 Tow Vehicles

Based on our experience, the best towing vehicle is either a full-size 4×4 ute or wagon with a turbo-diesel engine and automatic transmission. With kerb weights between 2-3 tonnes and wheelbases of around 3000mm, they provide the heavy, sure-footed anchorage needed for high towing capacity with good control. Their high-torque diesels are also tailor-made for this role with excellent pulling p...

Camp Spots – The Great Fraser Island Review

We know it to be the world’s largest sand island and is listed as a World Heritage site for obvious reasons. It has been enjoyed by locals and tourists for thousands of years and still is extremely popular.  Fraser Island is ideal for a week-long getaway, with plenty of attractions to keep the every one entertained relaxed and wanting for more. Temperatures are enjoyable throughout the year with w...

Camp Spots – Boreen Point Review

At just over a 2 hours to drive from  Brisbane you will reach the beautiful Boreen Point Campground. It is easy to find, well signed and is accessible by a ordinary car. There are no designated campsites and can get very busy so make sure you come early, especially if you have a large group.   Be mindful it does get windy so set up accordingly. Of course the main attraction is the lake and it is a...

Camp Spots – Fun Friday

It’s Friday  time to let our hair down and have a bit of fun.

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