Weary Wanderer

02/11/2010 at 3:28 am Leave a comment

High Plains Camping was created with one significant piece of reality in the forefront of our thoughts:

We’re located amidst the vast open plains of rural America.

A guest once said, “Go to the boondocks and turn left.” Another said, “You’re not in the middle of nowhere, but you can see it from here.”

Some travelers say the darndest things, but one thing they all have in common is a deep appreciation for having found their home for the night. For the most part our guests are people who have been on the road for a long, long, long time. Thus, our door sign:

Welcome sign for those arriving at High Plains Camping

Home For The Weary Wanderer (motto of High Plains Camping)

We understand road weariness and we’ll do what we can to get you back on the road feeling refreshed. As you journey to your vacation destination, we welcome you to an unexpected overnight camping experience with resort-like amenities.

Thanks for stopping by our blog!  I mean it. It’s nice to visit for a spell. We’re elsewhere on the web, as well:




and our web page where you can book your reservations (and actually save on the fees).

Happy Camping! I hope to meet you face-to-face one day, even if just to say “Hi” as you drive America’s highways to some wonderous destination.


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