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Campground Star: Marfa Lights Viewing Center

Marfa Lights Viewing Center Highway 90, 9 miles east of Marfa Marfa, TX 79843 GPS: 30.2755, -103.8829 Nightly Rate: FREE Marfa, Texas: where minimalist environmental art meets new American cuisine in the remote Trans-Pecos desert, and accounts of strange and unexplained phenomena on the outskirts of town have been reported since the 1800s. No one … Continue reading Campground Star: Marfa Lights Viewing Center

Campground Star: Fritch Fortress, Fritch, TX

Fritch Fortress Campground in the Lake Meredith National Recreation Area received a 5-star Campendium review for its natural appeal—and superior WiFi. “This spot has been one of our favorites over our years on the road,” wrote reviewer “Technomadia”. “It hits the technomad trifecta: free, scenic, and excellent cellular signal. Whenever we’re passing through the Amarillo … Continue reading Campground Star: Fritch Fortress, Fritch, TX

Quartzsite

Anyone who travels a lot by RV eventually hears about Quartzsite, Arizona. Reputedly the biggest RV phenomenon in North America—maybe in the entire world—it started with an enthusiast rock swap and grew into a massive snowbird pilgrimage. To those who have only heard of “Quartzsite” as an RV phenomenon, it may appear as mysterious as … Continue reading Quartzsite