Tag Archives: Burro Bridge Campground

Help for Truck Camping

I bought Lilith’s  tires from Big O in Basalt, Colorado three years ago. I was having trouble with the tires losing pressure when we drove up to Burro Bridge campground …. going from 7,000′ to 9,000′. So when I wondered … Continue reading

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Waiting for Camphosting

This is the drive to Burro Bridge. The campground  will be opening on Friday. Thats when I officially start work. However I went up 6 days ago. What a thrill to be alone in such a beautiful place. I have … Continue reading

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Where Do I Stay Truck Camping?

Boondocking:  Camping on federal property for free. No facilities, no water, few neighbors. BLM land or National Forest Service have the most area.  I can usually stay in one spot for two weeks.  Here are some examples: National Forest Campgrounds: They … Continue reading

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Sheep and Burro Bridge

I am having a blast at this campground. There is no cell phone service. No electricity. No dump station. So, there are lots of hikers with tents, anglers with pop up trailers, and cars with tarps. Nothing fancy comes this … Continue reading

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Transfer Campground to Camp Hosting

I  spent only $4.69 on gas for the  month, so I decided to pay for 14 days of camping at a tiny site, high in the mountains of the San Juan National Forest. I realized that by spending the gas … Continue reading

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