We just got back from our AMAZING camping trip to Cumberland Mountain State Park in Crossville. I can’t tell you how wonderful it was to get a new change of scenery, get some FRESH AIR and BLUE SKIES, not be able to turn on the news. We made so many memories, laughed and enjoyed culinary masterpieces by Steve. I couldn’t wait to share some pix and give you info on our camping essentials. The Hutchinson’s don’t mess around. Ha!
I did a full post that details everything I have for my Airstream from plates to towels to rugs. Check it out HERE. A few of things I bought back in 2018 are long gone but I’ve got you covered! I also included a ton of different options for you to pick and choose yourself.
DINNER | Paella, microwave broccoli, boil in a bag rice
BREAKFAST | Monkey Bread
LUNCH | Dutch oven beer sausages
DINNER | Rotisserie Picanha and chicken, potatoes, Roasted Mushrooms with Balsamic and Soy. Easy Healthy Baked Blooming Onion and Outback Steakhouse Dipping Sauce for Blooming Onion.
Pull Apart Garlic Bread and Easy No Knead Bread (Dutch Oven).
BREAKFAST | Eggs, bacon, hash browns
LUNCH | Salad, grilled chicken
DINNER | Nachos (Chips, cheddar cheese, cotija cheese, cilantro, jalapeños, onion, grilled chicken, black beans, green chiles, white queso, sour cream.)
EQUIPMENT + GEAR
JUST FOR FUN
SHITTY PART OF THE TRIP
Where can you find the picanha?
Where can you find picanha?
Do you bring along an extra tent? How about the canoe or kayak or are they rentals?
I’ve never been to a campground, but having a camper seems ideal during all this downtime. How do you make sure to get a spot which is private at the campgrounds? Any advice on picking the ideal spots?
When I called the campgrounds I always ask for more spacious are secluded spot.
If you’re doing this just be sure to call way in advance sometimes very popular spots six months to a year in advance.
Are shoes/sandals worn inside the Airstream?