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Old 05-13-2021, 02:29 PM   #1
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Places to visit

We recently purchased our first RV, 2008 Bounder 35E and are looking for places to visit in the western US (live in AZ).

Seems like the national parks are not very dog friendly (we have two), so seeking your experiences of locations to camp and enjoy the outdoors with our four legged family.

Thank for any suggestions.
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Appreciate it's your first RV but if you have good battery bank, and are comfortable being off grid, there are tons of options for boondocking that would give you and your fur babies lots of space. Arizona Trust Lands, Bureau of Land Management, Wildlife Refugees (check dog status on these), USFS - Forest Service, and many others.

A great resource we've used in past years for our daughter, fiance and their dog was They RV'd and when in Chicago found some awesome restaurants they could bring their GSD.

This is quite a good link for checking out more far and wide for future reference:

Enjoy and Happy Travels.
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Off The Beaten Path

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Some of the BEST places we've been were listed in the Off The Beaten Path series of books. There is a national edition and one for each state now I believe. Well worth it...
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