One of the best things about RVing is that you meet people along the way who tell you their stories of places they have been. It’s not hard to discover the best places to go because they keep coming up in conversation.
The Superstition Mountains in Lost Dutchman State Park, Arizona, is one of the places that kept coming up, so we decided to pay it a visit. We didn’t stay there though because looking on their website I could see that all 130 campsites were full! We just did a day trip, which I was treating as a scouting trip for a future photography expedition because I thought it would be full of people.
I don’t know where all those campers went! The campsites were indeed full, but there were hardly any people in the park.
The wildflowers were just starting so it was a great opportunity for me to capture the wildflowers in the foreground with the incredible mountain range in the background.
Now we’re planning on camping there next year since the campsites were beautiful and you can see this scene right from the sites.