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Favorite Truck Camping Roads

“Mexico 1 either from Tijuana or Mexicali/San Felipe to my home in Mulege is my favorite road.  It’s paved 100% with potholes for effect.  It’s my favorite because it gets me home after a visit to the USA.  Do you like to fish?  Come on down!  Contact me for more information. Nine-tenths of what you read in the media is baloney.  Mexico is safe.” – William Enos, 1997 Toyota Tacoma, Shell Camper

“The McCarthy Road in Alaska is sixty miles of dirt road that is not always well maintained, which is fine, and I hope they leave it that way.  The spring run off can make the road even more fun to drive and, a few days later, it will look different because of different run offs.  It’s not a road to take if you are pulling a trailer, but it’s a great road for truck campers!” – Mark Turnbull, 1998 Chevy Silverado, 2011 Four Wheel Camper Hawk

“Anywhere in Utah.  I just moved here from Texas and I can’t wait to explore.” – Jim Dunlap, 2012 Lance 855S

“Wagon Wheel Gap in Colorado just west of South Fork Highway 149 is my favorite!  It’s a gravel road sometimes and higher up, plus there’s beautiful free camping and excellent fly fishing!  Also, west of Jackson Hole Wyoming, go west out of town and go up the gravel road.  There you’re in Gros Venture wilderness area.  Go up two miles and find a place to park your truck camper.  The scenery to the west is the Tetons with beautiful sunsets and sunrises.  There are no trailers because of switchbacks.  It’s quiet and you may hear a few wolves howling at night.” – Neil Steirer, 2008 Ford F350, 2008 Lance 1131

“So far it’s the Titus Canyon drive in Death Valley but there are many great drives I haven’t done yet.” – Michael Wolf, 2005 Dodge 2500, 2011 Outfitter Apex 8


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