Originally Posted by audreyh1
We always enjoyed camping in remote state parks. There is a lot of that kind of recreational land available to the public. You may not have it "all to yourself" but many of these places are really large and it's easy to get away from the campground and feel like you do. Personally, I can't imagine owning it myself.
Lots of state parks and campgrounds in AR. Problem is there are a lot of campers! You can go to areas that are not officially campgrounds and "boondock". I modified our trailer by putting the axles under the springs for more ground clearance so we can go places others can't. Still, even some of those areas get crowded as you are dealing with tent campers as well. One of the things I look forward to about retirement is being able to go to the state parks during off-peak days/seasons and stay home during the peak times like spring break, 4th of July, Memorial Day...