the best..in my book.
No neighbors. No camp host. No fees. No smelly pit toilets and noisy garbage bins.
With rigs such as ours... There is no reason that we can't go boondocking for a few days .
Hwy 4 corridor offers many such places all the way over Ebbetts Pass to markleeville.
One favorite is the hermit valley music festival,held in the fall in honor of the scenic highway. You drive up and park under any tree that offers you shade...remember, no hookups..just get level and enjoy the music all day. I know, a little spiffy for boondocking but I didn't see any rules !!
Often, just to escape the weekend tourist crowds....well find a logging road and explore it until it leads to a cool spot to camp...usually next to a little creek or a nice view.
In all honesty ,,, I think real hard before I turn the key off when I'm off the beaten path..no one to rescue us...fortunately, haven't needed rescued yet. Go Clipper....GO !