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Thread: EPIC Campsites : Let's See Yours!!

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    EPIC Campsites : Let's See Yours!!

    I know there are more than just a few of you who love to use your Jeep to take you out to remote destinations and enjoy some quality time camping under the stars. If you're one of these guys or gals, we'd love to see pics of your EPIC campsites. To kick things off, here are a few shots that we took from the shores of Ershim Lake.







    Now let's see yours

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    Awesome pics! The Dusy was an epic trip for sure and the camp sites were some of the best we've ever seen.

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    here's a view 10 feet from our tent at Bowman Lake, this was the start of a 5 day camping trip back in May. it snowed the night before so no one was up there with us
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    No epic camp sites out east
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    Quote Originally Posted by cozdude View Post
    No epic camp sites out east
    You just gotta explore more!😀
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    Nothing epic yet... still working on it.

    Here is sunrise at camp at Barnwell Mountain
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    A nice shot of my camp from a previous WAL Texas run
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    and of course the "Usual" camp...

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    The campsites on the Dusy were by far some of the best campsites I've been to. Super remote, outhouse, nice authentic table and chairs, fire pit, and some amazing views right on the lake! An off-roaders dream! Here is a pic of the Thompson lake campsite.
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    Upper Queets river on the Olympic Peninsula

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    Gallager Head Lake, Wenatchee National Forrest

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