Travel by Motorcycle or Boat, Camp by Hammock

I have been in the DFW area since 2012 but it is time for me to take on a new adventure. My family and I have dreamed of being closer to the coast and we have finally made that a reality!

Coastal Bend

From here, I plan on more motorcycle content, camping trips, fishing and boating adventures! This move was very much needed as I am not a city boy and I need my outdoor spaces to thrive.

I look forward to this next chapter of my life!

Palo Duro Canyon State Park

Photo by Matt Brown / Unsplash

Located in the Panhandle of Texas, this destination is your chance to see the second largest canyon in the United States. The canyon is 120 miles long and can get up to 6 miles wide in some reason.

What makes this an amazing place to ride to is that you can ride your motorcycle through most of the canyon on paved roads and take in the natural beauty that is all around you.

If you're into motorcycle camping, this is a trip for you! There are multiple camping areas in the park that should fit your needs.


I have slept in many tents, multiple sleeping bags and a ton of different air mattresses to help keep me comfortable and somewhat off the ground. None of this really worked for me and I wake up with a sore back and crawling out of the tent hurt my knees.

I had a friend who was hanging a hammock during on of our camping trips and I thought, “What kind of new age hippie stuff is this”? Little did I know, this would become the way I would camp when I wasn't out with family on various trips.


I grabbed by backpack of camping gear and headed to Cedar Hill State Park just outside of Dallas Texas for a solo camping trip. The weather report said it would be good weather on Saturday and Sunday it would rain. I knew what I was heading into and just wanted to lounge around in the hammock with the sound of rain against the tarp.


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