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Looking for Camp Sites (tent) Michigan to Florida

 
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Hello all, :)

 I'm heading south from Michigan to Florida and wondering if there are any Permaculture folks offering tent campers a place to camp? (for a fee of course)

I see Air B+B has some people offering place to tent camp.

Just wondering if anyone in the permaculture community doing the same.

(Tent Camping Space)

Would be interesting to see...


Thanks for any input

bob


PS.  Anyone in Florida (Central/Northern) doing permaculture and offering camping for tents?
 
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Their is a place run by permaculture people in unicoi N, Carolina.http://www.blackberry-blossom-campground.com/Home/home.phpville.
 
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I don't think the link I posted worked. It's called Blackberry Blossom Farm. They do tent camping only. I think they stay open till Oct. 31st.
 
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Thanks james...
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Hi,  Any National forests and State forests have dispersed camping.  Pick your spot and pitch your tent.  Some of these places have free campsites that you can drive to and set up your tent, or sleep in your car if it is raining.
 
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Thank you Arthur.  :)

I really appreciate the inputs.

I started in California, on motorcycle....still on it...  :)

I've been looking for BLM Land while making the trip across country.  Takes a bit of time and research but very nice when found/available.
Amazing new experiences. Desert camping, New Mexico/Rio Grand.  Arizona was beautiful and the people impressive and kind.

Hoping Florida will produce.  :)

Warm regards,

b
 
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Hi, There are also some boon-docking web sights also.  https://www.boondockerswelcome.com/    and https://boondocker.com/
I have met the most wonderful people this way.  Staying with someone and chewing the fat, sometimes breakfast and always happy smiles. I stayed with someone for a week once and helped build a driveway.
 
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Wow, great tip Arthur!  :)

Thanks!


20 bucks last night for a beautiful rustic campsite.  :)
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Hi,  You have some nice looking gear.
 
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Thanks Arthur!

The tent is Walmart but works very well. ($50)  Not sure how it would perform in foul weather.

Duffle bag is army surplus $20 bucks I think.  Blue kitchen bag is $10 Harbor Freight.

I've just finished a 4800 mile trek across the country. California to Michigan to Florida and back to Michigan.

The trip was a great way to become reacquainted with America while looking for work and home.

Rolling the dice in Michigan. Burrrr....lol
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