Exploring the Wild Beauty of North Carolina's National Parks!
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
5M ago
We LOVE camping in the National Parks in North Carolina. Whether on the Blue Ridge Parkway, or other sites across the state, these campgrounds are super affordable, very accessible, and offer spread out sites. There's something truly magical about waking up to the sounds of nature and the beauty of our national parks. North Carolina offers a treasure trove of outdoor wonders, and its national parks are no exception. The lush forests, the misty peaks, and the tranquil streams are a testament to the wonders of natural. Whether you're an avid hiker, a wildlife enthusiast, or simply looking for a ..read more
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Boost it, I have to work!!!
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
9M ago
Now before I start this post, let me caveat it by saying, yeah yeah we know, camping is about disconnecting. Well the reality is it's not, at least not for everyone all the time. In order to do longer camping trips my wife and I need to be able to work remote, and this means having a connection. For others like my brother who travels 100%, the data connection is critical for him to do his job and be the nomad that he is. Now that we have that out of the way, let's talk about the setup that I just tested. What did we buy... This is the weBoost Drive Reach RV - Cell Phone Signal Booster kit. It ..read more
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TC 2.0's Storage Upgrade
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
9M ago
I had to pull the front panel on the through storage for our battery upgrade, so I thought why not improve the storage while I am there. I saw this idea originally on Pinterest and thought, LOVE THAT. BTW, if you are not on Pinterest and you like doing modifications to your camper I highly recommend it. This design is simple, allows easy access to the most repeatable items, and they have not come off, even when we have been on some rough roads (Like I-95 in South Carolina!) I did add one 1x4 support in the middle to allow me to split the peg board right in the center. Splitting the peg board i ..read more
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Jones Lake State Park
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
9M ago
Jones Lake State Park Site: 020 Site Type: Full Hook-up, Electric 20-30-50 ,Water, Sewer Cell Service: T-Mobile Internet - Poor, Verizon - Medium, 2-3 bars Absolutely incredible campground. Made our list for a repeat visit. Sites are spaced incredibly well, and this is one of the quietest campgrounds we have ever stayed in. Each of the 20 wooded campsites at Jones Lake State Park is equipped with a picnic table and fire ring/grill. Drinking water and a bathhouse are located nearby. Six campsites have full RV hookups for electric, water, and sewer, the other sites are boondock (dry camp) only ..read more
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Stone Mountain State Park, NC - Mar 2-5, 2023
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
9M ago
Rating 9-10 (We will DEFINITELY be back) Hook-ups: Water, electric (20-30-50 and Cell service here is weak at best. Our T-Mobile home internet had zero bars, Verizon has 1-2 bars, enough to get the Wi-Fi working. I have been going to this State Park fly fishing for over 2 decades, but only our second time camping here. The first time was long ago when the kids were small. We camped in a tent back then, so first time in a camper. MUCH IMPROVED. :-) We stayed at Loop B, Site 075, which was a great spot. This state park offers so much with great hiking, waterfalls, the view of Stone Mountain, and ..read more
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Off grid work to the New Camper
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
9M ago
Now that we have the new camper, there is work to be done to get her boondock ready. Because we spend most of our summer in the Blue Ridge Parkway and the mountains, these sites do not have hook ups, so we have to be able to boondock, or self sustain. This means the Lead Acid battery is the first to go. Changing these batteries in most campers mean that the Power Station installed in these campers and the tow vehicle will not charge lithium to 100% because the power station and tow vehicle cannot charge at the voltage level required. It will however easily charge above 80%. For us this means ..read more
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Welcome TC 2.0!!!
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by ourtinycamper
1y ago
As you saw in our previous post, TC (Tiny Camper) has gone to a new owner, and we will miss her, but we welcome TC 2.0! Why did we change? Well... first, it's hard to sleep in a camper queen with two 50 pound pups. Second, with more freedom to be able to work remote, we want to take longer trips, which means we can do some work from the road, so we needed something bigger that would give us some work space. Our new Camper is a 2018 Cruiser RV 2120RB MPG. We never really realized how small TC was until we spent a week and a half in this guy the first week of January. Right after we bought it we ..read more
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TC has a new owner, we'll miss her!!!
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
1y ago
Tiny Camper was a GREAT first camper, and we loved her, but it was time to step up. So that we could take longer trips, work from the road, and have space with two 50(ish) pound pups, we need more room... We will always have found memories of our first camper... But I know her new owner will be using her a lot, and she will provide someone new a whole fresh set of memories!!!! BY TC ..read more
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It's been quiet right?
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
1y ago
It's been quiet here right? Let me start by saying it's not you it's us. We have been insanely busy. We had all these plans for camping this year, and it started out great. We had a bunch of trips, introduced out new pup Luke to the camping world, and then we decided we wanted to changes houses. Hello wrench. We wanted to gain space and lose space. I know doesn't make sense. We are empty nesters, and our 3400 square foot HOA home just didn't fit our needs anymore. Too big, too many people, couldn't park the camper at the house. So we downsized the house and upsized the land with a few acres, m ..read more
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Solar Update, Hinged It!
Our Tiny Camper
by ourtinycamper
1y ago
Our solar and electrical system has been optimized for a while now (See our post on "2021 Bushwhacker Wiring. Improved"), but with two separate panels it has been a bit of a pain to lug them around. So we hinged it! Connecting the panels with small door hinges allows them to fold in toward each other, protecting the panels, and now MUCH easier to carry around and set up. This project is really simple to do, but you have to be VERY CAREFUL when drilling to not damage your panels. Below is the How, the Complete (Pictures), and at the bottom the materials (Amazon). The How For this project I didn ..read more
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