Overland adventure 2k19

Colsanders718

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So my wife and I are overlanding from Kansas City up to Glacier National Park and back. 14 day trip. Our first long adventure together. Did most of the planning with the help of the Overland Bound forums and various camping apps. Figured I'd post a few pics/thoughts of our various stops just in case someone can benefit from our experience when planning their own trips. We will be camping at state parks, national parks, dispersed national forest sites, and a few Air BnB's. I'll post pics as cell service allows.

Planned route:
- KC start
- Sioux Falls (Vermillion Lake State Park)
- Rapid City 2 nights (Sheridan Lake, Spearfish Canyon
- Lewis & Clark National Forest
- Glacier National Park (4 days)
- Bozeman
- Yellowstone (3 days)
- Grand Tetons (2 days)
- Ft Collins
- KC end
 

Colsanders718

Rank I
Member

Contributor I

Aug 13, 2018
2
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233
32
Kansas City
Member #

14453

So my wife and I are overlanding from Kansas City up to Glacier National Park and back. 14 day trip. Our first long adventure together. Did most of the planning with the help of the Overland Bound forums and various camping apps. Figured I'd post a few pics/thoughts of our various stops just in case someone can benefit from our experience when planning their own trips. We will be camping at state parks, national parks, dispersed national forest sites, and a few Air BnB's. I'll post pics as cell service allows.

Planned route:
- KC start
- Sioux Falls (Vermillion Lake State Park)
- Rapid City 2 nights (Sheridan Lake, Spearfish Canyon
- Lewis & Clark National Forest
- Glacier National Park (4 days)
- Bozeman
- Yellowstone (3 days)
- Grand Tetons (2 days)
- Ft Collins
- KC end
Stop one, Vermillion Lake State Park, South Dakota. Literally the cleanest state park we've ever been to. I'd recommend reserving in advance. I waited until last minute and locked into a great spot but they have a very nice app online to assist in reservations. Out of staters get tagged with extra use fees but that's normal I guess. One night here with a daily park access pass was somewhere in the neighborhood of $40. Pricey but very nice.Snapchat-2017048791.jpegIMG_20190614_224755_690.jpegSnapchat-1829786076.jpeg20190615_080026.jpeg