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Utah Hot Springs in Winter

Visit Utah hot springs in winter and enjoy camping year round!

Snowflakes sway gently as they tumble down, steam rises around you from the hot mineral water that envelopes your body, relaxing your muscles and easing your stress.  The air is cold, but the water is hot and the contrast sparks your senses making you fully present in the moment. This is Utah Hot Springs in Winter.  There is nothing like it. The experience is calming, detoxifying and there is a list of health benefits that accompany soaking in hot mineral water.

With a Lost Camper Van you can make the most out of your trip with some winter camping.  Ski, snowshoe or cross country ski all day and then rejuvenate your sore muscles in a Utah hot springs. Then get a good nights rest nestled in your campervan with your zero degree sleeping bag and an electric heater to keep you toasty!

Crystal Hot Springs

Utah hot springs in winter

Crystal, Utah Hot Springs in winter- photo credit to:


Crystal Hot Springs offers one the highest mineral contents on earth. This is not your average pond in a field hot springs. They offer a main pool, olympic pool, several hot tubs, cold pool and a water slide to boot! There are changing rooms with lockers, bathrooms and showers. It is only $7 for an adult pass to soak all day, $10 if you want to rock the  slide. There is a campground on site but it closed from Oct.30-March 1  for the winter.  For more information visit:

For camping near Crystal Hot Springs we recommend  Golden Spike RV park.  This RV park is located in Brigham City, just 10-15 minutes from the hot springs and is accessible to the I-15 freeway. Amenities include electric hook ups, bathroom and shower facilities and wi-fi.  They are open year round. For more information visit:

Homestead Crater

Located in Midway, Utah the Homestead Crater is an all natural thermal pool inside of a crater that is over 10,00 years in the making. This pool is the only warm scuba diving destination in the continental US. Since Midway is not far from Park City this would be a great excursion during the Sundance Film Festival. After all, they did film scenes for the movie 127 hours with James Franco here. A movie based on a true story that will forever haunt me and ensures that I always tell somebody where I am going hiking. If you haven’t seen it yet, you should pick it up.

*See our blog post about Winter Festival camping for details on where to camp in Park City, about 20 minutes from Midway.

homestead, Utah Hot Springs

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Homestead Crater hours: Monday through Thursday 12 pm to 8 pm
Friday & Saturday 10 am to 8 pm
Sundays 10 am to 6 pm

Pricing: Weekdays (Monday – Thursday): $11
Weekends (Friday – Sunday): $16
Snorkeling equipment: $5

Reservations are required, please call the Activity Center to make reservations: 435-657-3840. For more information visit:


Mystic Hot Springs

Utah Hot Springs in Winter

Mystic, Utah Hot Springs in Winter Photo Credit:

Mystic Hot springs is located in Monroe Utah about 2.5 hours from Salt Lake City and is a great stop on your way to southern Utah for some winter camping at the national parks. There is a campground on site that is open year round. Mystic definitely follows it’s name as there is a hippie-earthy feel to the place.  These hot springs have been flowing for ages, the water is cooled through a channel and then it is collected among 8 soaking bath tubs and 2 concrete pools with temperatures varying from 98-110 degrees Fahrenheit.  Monroe is a beautiful area to camp in and the staff at Mystic are all very friendly and welcoming. Camp sites at Mystic cost $30 per night. For more information visit:

Here are some other Utah hot springs you may want to research:

Meadow Hot Springs

Lava Hot Springs (Idaho)

Utah hot springs await you and a Lost Camper Van can get you there.


Submitted by Launi Haygood

-Utah hot springs junkie and camper van fan



Winter Festival Camping

Winter Festival Camping – Cure Your Cabin Fever!

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There are definitely some fantastic winter festivals worth a visit.  Prepared to brave colder weather and still have loads of fun? Then we have the cure for your cabin fever! Who would think that winter festivals and camping would work so well together? Well they do when you travel in a Lost Campers campervan! Here are some great winter festival camping ideas to get you through until the snow melts.


Bluff International Balloon Festival Jan. 15-17, 2016

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Photo credit to the Bluff International Balloon Festival

The charming town of Bluff is located in southeastern Utah near the Valley of the Gods, Mexican hat, and Monument Valley. This festival pulls off a massive hot air balloon launch every January. For the 18th annual festival they will be launching 28 hot air balloons! There is some great winter festival camping and fun to be had in this beautiful desert area. Temperatures are mild during the day but will still dip down below freezing at night so pack your zero degree sleeping bag and extra layers to stay a warm camper!

 For more information about this Festival Visit:

For Camping:

There is a nice BLM campground at Sand Island Recreation Area. The first come, first serve campsites are open year round. Amenities include: drinking water, picnic tables, pit toilets(I call them drop and plops haha!) and fire pits. The sites are only $10 per night. Bluff also offers some RV parks if you are interested in upgraded camping. You can find more information about Sand Island Campground at:


Sundance Film Festival Jan. 21st-31st, 2016

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The stars shine bright in Park City during the world renowned Sundance Film Festival. Visit  for the film festival and ride some epic Utah snow while you are there. Enjoy local cuisine and micro brewed beer with locals and stars alike. The nightlife during the festival is off the hook as well and you will see TV and movie stars everywhere.

You can find out more information about this Festival at:

For Camping: Park City RV resort offer great winter rates and partial hook up camp sites where you can utilize an electric heater to keep warm during the cold mountain nights of winter for around $30 per night.  Amenities include: Club house , Rest rooms, Showers, Laundry room, Fitness room , Pool table  and  Arcade. This winter festival camping idea definitely calls for packing for cold weather so please research accordingly.

For more information visit:


Snow Globe Music Festival, South Lake Tahoe December 29th-31st, 2015

Held at the Lake Tahoe Community College, the Snow Globe Music Festival is a great way to ring in the new year. So bundle up and prepare to get your groove on with a fantastic line up of DJs and bands. Don’t forget to ride the amazing slopes of Heavenly Ski Resort while you are there! This winter festival camping idea will require winter gear to stay warm while you camp, so pack accordingly.

For more information about this festival:

For Camping: Tahoe Valley RV park is open year round. It is not far from the community college. RV sites run around $75 per day. There are loads of amenities for your stay including: Club house, WiFi, Restroom/ Shower, Pets Welcome and Store.

For more information visit:

Tournament of Roses- Rose Parade and Rose Bowl, Pasadena Jan. 1, 2016

For you college football fans the Rose Bowl Game is a great way to start off a new year and you might as well check out one of the largest parades in North America while you are at it.  This is a winter festival camping idea that will not feel quite as wintery cold as the other options you’ve seen here. Southern California offers pleasant weather year round.

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The Rose Parade begins at 8am on Jan 1, 2016. The 5 1/2-mile Rose Parade route begins at the corner of Green Street and Orange Grove Boulevard in Pasadena, Califronia. The parade travels north on Orange Grove at a leisurely 2 1/2-mile per hour pace and then turns east onto Colorado Boulevard, where the majority of the parade viewing takes place. Near the end of the route, the parade turns north onto Sierra Madre Boulevard and concludes at Villa Street.

Reserved parking for automobiles, buses and recreational vehicles is available for purchase through Sharp Seating Company, (626) 795-4171; the city of Pasadena, (626) 744-6470; and Easy Parking Service, (626) 286-7576. Paid parking is also offered on a first-come, first-served basis at various lots and parking structures near the parade route. Overnight parking on Pasadena streets begins at noon the day before the parade, for that evening only. All “No Parking” areas and red curb zones remain off-limits, and vehicles in violation will be subject to impound and a fine. There is no parking allowed on the parade route itself. Illegally parked vehicles will be impounded. More information on RV parking, limos and buses can be found in the Parade Day Guide.

*view the full Rose Parade website at:

For Camping: Malibu Creek State Park is about 40 minutes from Pasadena but offers a nice campground with plenty of outdoor activities. The campground has clean facilities and offers 62 tent camp sites and 4 RV sites. With a campervan you can reserve a tent site as they are not considered to be an RV. If you end up in a part of the campground where shade is a little scarce at the campground, no worries as you have an awning on your campervan to remedy that! There are flushing toilets, solar heated showers (paid), picnic tables and fire rings at each site.

For more information and reservations:

Winter fun awaits you and Lost Campers can get you there!

Submitted by Launi Haygood -Winter festival camping idea guru






Camping Near Hollywood

camping near Hollywood

Where camping meets Glamping

Camping Near Hollywood

When it comes to things to do in Hollywood there is definitely plenty to choose from. For a Lost Camper, Hollywood makes a great one or two day trip to put your LA tourist hat on and get lost! We have some great recommendations for camping near Hollywood and fun things to do.

If you are looking convenient  camping near Hollywood, but are still seeking the movie fan experience blended with outdoor scenery than look no further than Malibu Creek State Park. Remember the show M*A*S*H or the movie Planet of the Apes? These are some of the notable films shot at Malibu Creek State Park. 

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M*A*S*H movie set signs

 The park is located near the Santa Monica Mountains  roughly 25 miles from Los Angeles. With traffic (in LA there is pretty much always going to be traffic) it is about an hour away from all of the popular Hollywood attractions.  The campground has clean facilities and offers 62 tent camp sites and 4 RV sites. With a campervan you can reserve a tent site as they are not considered to be an RV. If you end up in a part of the campground where shade is a little scarce at the campground, no worries as you have an awning on your campervan to remedy that! There are flushing toilets, solar heated showers (paid), picnic tables and fire rings at each site.  There is plenty of hiking, biking and rock climbing to help you reset after the crowded streets of Hollywood.

Camping near Hollywood

On the way to the Rock Pool

If you follow the streamside trail you will come across the Rock Pool, a volcanic swimming hole surrounded by some fun bouldering rocks. Another must see is the M*A*S*H site. It is a super short  and moderately steep hike  up Crags road to reach the old movie set. There is still an old military jeep there along with famous signs from the show. The views from the M*A*S*H site are gorgeous and well worth the short hike to reach it.

For campground reservations and information visit:

Whew! I can go on and on about hiking and camping near Hollywood, but here are some things to do other than that…..

The Hollywood Walk Of Fame

Camping near Hollywood

Walk of Fame

It is crowded and very touristy however it is the epitome of Hollywood history. The immortalized hand prints of movie stars past and present and the brass stars decorating the ground under foot.  Find your favorite stars and honor their art with a visit to their star. Visit the Dolby theater, home of the Academy awards or stop into the Hollywood Roosevelt along the way.

The Hollywood Sign

Camping near Hollywood

The sign of all signs!

Built in 1923 the Hollywood sign was only intended to be on display for a year and a half, but it still stands 92 years later as a the most famous landmark of Hollywood to the world. The easiest way to get a closer look at the sign is the view point on Lake Hollywood Park. However, for a closer look at the sign there is a more adventurous route you can take: Starting at Franklin Ave and N Beachwood Dr. Take N Beachwood Dr up the mountain toward Beachwood village. Go left on Ledgewood Dr and continue until Deronda Dr. The street are very narrow so make sure you drive slow and take your time.  At the end of Deronda Dr you will reach a dead-end surrounded by a few homes. Park your car where it’s safe and walk through the small opening on the right to get to a perfect vantage point of the iconic sign. Looking to get even more up close and personal wit the Hollywood sign? Hike along the dirt road on Mt. Lee Drive. This will put you above the Hollywood sign giving you amazing panoramic views of the city.  *Thanks to for the detailed directions on how to get above the Hollywood sign

Runyon Canyon and Dinner at Gardner Junction

Camping near Hollywood

View from Runyon Canyon

Runyon Canyon is a 160 acre  park with on the eastern end of the Santa Monica Mountains. You can reach the southern entrance of the park at the north end of Fuller Avenue in Hollywood. The park has one main loop with a variety of dirt trails to hike as well.  Celebrity sightings are common  as the canyon is very close to the Hollywood hills. 

Camping near Hollywood

Runyon Brunch Club-Exquisite!

Stop in for dinner at Gardner Junction. Chef Steve Brown will awe your taste buds with some of the most fantastic cuisine in LA. The food is all locally sourced with an ever changing menu that flows with the season. 

If you are visiting Runyon on a Sunday, sign up for the Runyon Brunch Club. Chef Brown leads a hike up Runyon Canyon starting at 8am followed by the most amazing Sunday Brunch you can imagine. Reservations are a must so get more information here:


Camping near Hollywood can be fun and memorable. Adventure awaits you and Lost Campers can get you there!


Submitted by Launi Haygood- campervan fan for camping near Hollywood


Winter Camping Zion

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Winter Camping Zion- entrance with snow caps

 Winter camping Zion could be one of the most memorable trips that you will ever take and Lost Campers would love to get you there. For most people the thought of camping during winter does not even cross their mind, but this is why winter camping Zion is such an excellent idea. Less tourists gives you the opportunity to enjoy the solitude of one of the most beautiful places on earth! The mild desert winters make camping is totally doable, especially with a campervan rental that will keep you off the ground, warm and dry. Here is some great information to plan your winter camping Zion trip.


What should you bring on a winter camping Zion adventure? A waterproof coat, waterproof boots, hat, gloves and warm socks (I prefer wool blend) are necessities. We also recommend a zero temperature rated sleeping bag. Hand warmers may also come in handy. Staying warm and dry makes for happy campers


Are there campgrounds open during winter? Absolutely. Watchman campground in Zion is open year around and offers first come first serve campsites November thru March. Here is a nice winter camping hack for the campervan; This campground also offers sites with electric hookups that would allow you to plug in an electric heater with an extension cord that you can utilize at night to stay warm. We often have these complimentary heaters available at our depots to send with you, but if we are out of stock you can find them at most box stores for around $20. Watchman also offers bathrooms, drinking water, picnic tables and fire grates. Electric sites cost $18 per night.


 Due to the high traffic from April thru October you are not allowed to drive your own vehicle through Zion along the Zion-Mt. Carmel Highway (State Road 9). Zion has a fantastic shuttle that transports visitors throughout the park. The system is really great and definitely helps the environment, but it does not run November thru March. During the winter months you have an opportunity to set your own pace and drive a campervan along this scenic route. It is always a good idea to purchase snow chains for travel during the winter months as winter storms may make for snowy and icy road conditions. National park roads will require snow chains to drive there if the weather calls for it. The Zion Mt. Carmel Highway is plowed and sanded following winter storms, but Kolob Terrace road is not plowed, therefore it is closed during the winter months.

Winter Camping Zion

Beautiful winter camping Zion photo ops

Hiking Zion during winter is amazing. Many trails may not have much sun exposure during the winter months so they may have some ice or snow and possibly mud, but nothing that some waterproof boots and crampons cannot handle.   The trails are virtually empty and the peaceful beauty is euphoric to experience. There are loads of photo opportunities during this time of year with the red sandstone, blue skies and white snow caps you are sure to take some framers.  Most of the park trails are open year round, but a visit to the visitors center to enquire about trail and weather conditions is always recommended before you embark on any winter hike.

For more information: Here is one of my favorite websites all about  Zion National Park by locals who frequent there regularly.

Your winter camping Zion adventure awaits you and a Lost Campers campervan can get you there!

Submitted by Launi Haygood- winter camping Zion campervan fan!

Disneyland, Planning a trip on a budget

Disneyland is well known as the most magical place on earth. No matter how much magic you desire, a trip to Disneyland does not have to break your bank. Visiting Disneyland and sunny southern California can be done on a budget and a Lost Campers Campervan is a fantastic way to avoid breaking the bank for a much deserved family holiday!


Camping options near Disneyland:


Anaheim RV Park is a great choice for affordable camping within minutes of Disneyland. They have clean, convenient facilities and a shuttle bus that will give you a ride to and from the park for only $5 for the day. This RV Park a offers a heated Pool and hot tub, 150 landscaped sites, full RV hookups. 20, 30, and 50 AMP service, wireless internet, picnic tables and handicap accessibility. You will be traveling in a campervan, not a full sized RV, so you can save money and book a tent site (be aware that some privately owned RV parks will ask you to pitch a tent even if you are sleeping in your vehicle). Tent sites range anywhere from $48-$55 per day depending on the season, they also honor AAA discounts. For more information on Anaheim RV park visit:


Canyon RV Park is located approximately 30 minutes from Disneyland. If you are looking for a campground with more of an outdoor feel to it, this is on the mark. The campground is located on the Santa Ana River in the heart of Santa Ana Canyon and offers 63 acres beautiful wilderness area. Amenities include picnic area, open fire pits, firewood, ice and snacks, acres of wilderness & trees, dump stations, laundry facilities, playground, swimming pool, hay rides and a wilderness bike trails. They offer RV sites for $60 per day. You can find more information at:


Disneyland awaits you, and there is no better way to enjoy a budget savvy trip there than in a Lost Campers Campervan! AWESOME VANS + BUDGET RATES = HAPPY CAMPERS!


Submitted by Launi Haygood Disneyland Campervan Fan

Joshua Tree National Park

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Gorgeous Joshua Tree


Joshua Tree National Park is a beautiful desert area with much to offer by way of outdoor adventure. Located in Southern California just 2.5 hours east of Los Angeles, this National park offers world class rock climbing, breath taking night skies and plenty of hiking. The best time of year to visit is October through May. Here are some ideas for planning your Lost Campervan adventure to Joshua Tree.



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Beautiful Starry Nights in Joshua Tree


Stargazing– Bring your telescope or binoculars to enjoy the amazing starry skies over Joshua Tree. During the winter the sunsets early around 5pm at night giving you loads of time to enjoy the stars. In Winter the constellation Orion can be enjoyed and with a telescope or a pair of binoculars you can observe the Orion Nebula in Orion’s sword. You can also enjoy the brightest star in the night sky, Sirius.


climbers coffee, Joshua Tree

Climber’s Coffee- get climbing info and a morning cuppa!

Rock Climbing There are over 8000 climbing routes to choose from in Joshua Tree with varying experience levels to choose from. This area is famous for it’s traditional crack, slab and steep face climbing. On Saturdays and Sundays 8am-10am from mid- October through May you can head to Hidden Valley Campground for “Climber’s Coffee”. This is an ongoing event that offers a toasty free cup of joe and an opportunity to speak with a Climbing Ranger with any questions you may have about the routes in the area. This is a great way to get savvy on safety and recommendations for your climbing level. Hiking and Photography There is an extensive network of trails throughout the park that offer varying levels of difficulty. On nearly any trail you take you can find sublime photo opportunities so be sure to bring your camera and a sense of adventure. If you plan on backpacking in overnight, be sure to register on one of the parks 13 back country boards. This is for you safety and should be taken very seriously. Remember that you are in a desert so be prepared, check in at the visitors center for up to date park information, warnings and closures. Check the weather report and make sure you carry plenty of water, hydrating snacks and first aid. A safe camper is a happy camper. For more information about Joshua Tree National Park please visit: Joshua Tree awaits you and there is no better way to experience it than in a Lost Campers Campervan! Awesome Vans + Budget Rates= Happy Campers! Submitted by Launi Haygood, Van Fan

Things to do in Lake Tahoe

Lake Tahoe is a the largest alpine lake in North America. Located in the Sierra Nevada Mountains on the Nevada/California border, it is a great destination for all of you future Lost Campers planning your itinerary. Here are a few of our favorite things to do in Lake Tahoe: Ride the Heavenly Gondola: heavenly Heavenly is a fantastic ski resort near Lake Tahoe that offers gondola rides up to a observation deck 9200 feet high for some of the most amazing views you will ever see! The gondola follows 2 miles of cable line to the top of the mountain. Rides are a little steep on price at $40 for adults and $20 for kids, but you will forget about all of that once you are breathing the crisp mountain air and taking in the scenery. You can find more information about Heavenly resort here: Beach bumming at King’s Beach: kings beach Kings Beach is a stretch of awesome sandy beach over 3 miles long on the north shore of the lake. It is free to use the beach but you may have to pay for parking unless you park elsewhere in town and walk from there. The beach has a picnic area and a playground. Being on King’s beach makes you feel like you are at the ocean with gorgeous blue water as far as the eye can see. It is a great place to spend a day relaxing in the sun and swimming or boating in the lake. You can find further information at: Get in touch with your inner Viking at Emerald Bay state park: vikingsholm view from Emerald Bay is a beautiful bay on the southwest shore of the lake that was carved out of the granite by glaciers long ago. There, you will find Vikingsholm a Scandinavian style mansion that was built in the 1920’s. You can tour the mansion for a small fee. If you tote along your own snorkeling gear you can snorkel the underwater park and check out the sunken ships of Emerald Bay that were used during the building of Vikinsholm. This is a really fun day trip that offers a variety of activities all in one place for very little cost, we highly recommend it. You can find more info on Emerald Bay at: Lake Tahoe awaits you and there is no better way to experience it than with a Lost Campers Campervan! Awesome vans, Budget rates and happy campers! Submitted by Launi Haygood, Van Fan

Things to see in Death Valley

Death Valley, Ubehehe Crater Road

Crossroads on the way to Ubehebe Crater

Death Valley is the largest National Park in America and it also harbors the most extreme conditions as well. During the peak of summer in July and August temperatures can reach 125 degrees Fahrenheit….in the shade. Despite it’s ominous name and harsh environment; Death Valley has beauty and mystery that you cannot find anywhere else on earth


Death Valley Sailing stones

Death Valley Sailing stones- Wait! I think I just saw one move!

The Racetrack Playa: The Racetrack Playa is a dry lake bed best known for it’s moving rocks, also commonly referred to as “sailing stones”. The sailing stones are a geological phenomenon as they slide across the playa without human or animal intervention, leaving a trail behind them as proof of their mysterious movement. Scientists believe that it is caused by an incredible combination of ice on the playa and wind that “sails” the stones across the lake bed. No one had actually seen a rock move, so the mystery lives on.


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Death Valley Racetrack Playa

Reaching the Racetrack Playa does require a high clearance or 4×4 vehicle as it is 27 miles of washboard road to reach the area. So this is definitely not something you would want to drive your Lost Campervan on, as the LC vans are low clearance vehicles and not insured for off road adventures. However, there are some great options you can arrange for your visit so that you do not miss out on this fascinating opportunity. There are Jeep rentals and tours through Death Valley that are a great way to see the beauty that can only beheld with an off road vehicle. For more information check out Farabee’s Jeep rentals and Tours in Furnace Creek, Death Valley. There are also day trip tours out of Las Vegas.



Death Valley Ubehebe

Ubehebe Crater, Death Valley

Ubehebe Crater: This amazing crater was formed by a maar volcano which occurs when volcanic magma rises high enough to hit ground water causing a steam explosion! This is the largest of the maar volcano craters in Death Valley. It spans a half mile wide and is over 750 feet deep. It is a sight that reminds us of the sheer power of mother nature. The crater is estimated to be 800 years old – 7000 years old. Scientists are still debating the evidence, another Death Valley mystery. Ubehebe Crater can be reached with a Lost Campervan as the journey there a 6 mile paved road off of the main highway to reach the 1/2 mile walking trail to the crater. A trip to Scotty’s Castle also ties in well to make a full day out of your adventure.



Things to know before traveling to Death Valley:

Come prepared. Always travel with plenty of water, a hat, sun block and hydrating snacks. With a Lost Campers Campervan you choose to travel to Death Valley at your own risk and renters are liable for towing fees out of Death Valley, however we will always provide assistance to make sure you are safe and sound. Many areas of this National treasure are remote and do not have any services and there is scattered cell phone reception. If you do not have cell service and are in need of help, sending a text message is a good idea because a text will keep trying to send until it successfully goes through. Make sure your gas tank is topped off and the fluids and waters of the van are where they should be. Try to avoid running the air conditioner on the higher settings for long stretches, give it a break periodically to avoid the vehicle over heating. Always check the National Park website for any current park warnings so that you can have a safe trip. It is also a good idea to stop into the visitor’s center and ask any questions you may have about the park with a Park Ranger directly.


Death Valley awaits you. Happy Travels!

Submitted by Launi Haygood- Death Valley Campervan Fan

Lost Campers Business Hours for Halloween

imagesT5OIEIOA Happy Halloween from The Lost Campers’ Crew. We will be open on Halloween to get all of you goblins and ghouls on the road taking our latest pick up at 3pm on Saturday the 31st of October so that our crew of Lost Zombies can enjoy an evening full of horror with their loved ones! So if you were worried that you might be unable to embark on your adventure on Halloween, please do not, as we would love to get you on the road, just a little earlier in the day (before the creepy cold darkness falls)! Caution, we may try to eat your brains. Be sure to check out our November Specials as well, even though we are feeling ghoulish now, we are also feeling quite thankful! Super-natural-van

Great Campgrounds Near San Francisco

For many of us traveling on a budget is key. Hence why we rent fantastically budget priced campervans from Lost Campers and book plane tickets on low travel days for a better deal. Sometimes this means flight arrivals later in the day or flying out early the morning of the return. If your like me, you want to savor every minute of your trip and camp your heart out! For travelers picking up at our San Francisco depot here are some nearby campgrounds that our within a couple of hours of our SF depot to give you the flexibility you need to enjoy every minute of your trip. Half Moon Bay State Beach- 45 minutes south of San Francisco 95 Kelly Avenue, Half Moon Bay, CA (650) 726-8819 half-moon-bay Samuel P Taylor State Park-40 minutes north of San Francisco over the Golden Gate Bridge 8889 Sir Francis Drake Blvd, Lagunitas, CA 94938 (415) 488-9897 sam taylor park

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