Snow on the Airstream & Bannack State Park

In today’s video, we leave Lewis & Clark Caverns State Park and head 2 hours southwest to the Clark Canyon Reservoir and a free campground! Seeing as we’re now in the off-season and we were there during a snow storm we got the whole campground to ourselves! The snow was never that bad at our elevation so we decided to checkout Bannack State Park which is a Ghost Town not too far away. It was really interesting to go through buildings and cabins built in the 1800s and get to see a snapshot of what living in a Montana Gold Rush town was like.

Horse Prarie Campground
Bannack State Park


Visiting Lewis & Clark Caverns – The Coolest Cave Tour EVER

In today’s video, we travel from North Yellowstone to Lewis and Clark Caverns State Park. On the way, we stop at Costco and randomly meet up with Suburban Pilgrims, another Youtube traveling family. How random and awesome! We find a 50amp spot at the campground in the state park and settle in before doing the cave tour, which was AMAZING. This is one of Courtney’s top 5 things we’ve seen/experienced since hitting the road. Really magnificent and the video does not even come close to doing it justice. We highly recommend a tour here!

Suburban Pilgrims
Lewis & Clark Caverns


Moving to Antelope Island State Park & BUGS

In today’s video, it’s moving day. We are leaving our amazing spot on Utah Lake and heading for 1 night on Antelope Island. Antelope Island is on the Great Salt Lake north of Salt Lake City. We knew we wanted to go check it out and since it was $10 to get in we decided to dry camp for one night instead for $20 total. The views from our campsite were beautiful but the no-see-ums were ridiculous. Poor Penny was eaten alive on day one and Steve has over 100 bites after day 2. We will come back to the island…just not in the spring during no-see-um hatching time.

Our spot on Campendium
Antelope Island State Park