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National and State Park Tour; Adventure Tow Style

We took the Adventure Tow camper on a whirlwind tour of national and state parks in Colorado, Arizona, and Utah. 11 days and close to 4,000 miles of driving. In Colorado we camped at Lake Pueblo State Park, San Juan National Forest, and the most scenic of all: a Walmart parking lot. We also spent some time at Great Sand Dunes National Park and Mesa Verde. In Arizona, we visited Antelope Canyon, Navajo National Monument, and spent a few days on the North Rim of the Grand Canyon.


We got stormed on one afternoon and the Adventure Tow trailer was a very cozy refuge. In Utah, we spent another couple of days at Zion National Park, then swung up to see Bryce Canyon and Arches. Throughout the trip we got about 27 mpg with my CX-5, even with the Adventure Tow Camper attached, which was amazing. I think gas for the whole trip cost us about $280.

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