At Storrie Lake state Park you can boondock as close to the water as you want, you just have to be aware that sometimes its muddy and easy to get stuck.
It got down to 28° last night here in Las Vegas New Mexico, I wasn't paying attention so I didn't know it was going to get that cold. Had I known I would've turned on the Arctic Fox's furnace to warm the basement and the tanks but fortunately despite my negligence nothing froze.
I think the reason I wasn't paying attention to the weather forecast is because I'm plugged into shore power and running my electric heater, so temperatures don't mean as much to me when my electric heater can keep my living space as warm as I want.
I was hoping that getting out of Denver and that "Mile high" altitude it would be considerably warmer when I headed south. But it appears a cold front was following me and the temperatures in northern New Mexico are about the same as they are in Denver. But I've only got tomorrow to have to deal with the chilly weather, then Monday I'll be on my way south to where it promises to be much warmer.
I don't often see someone with as many as four solar panels sitting on the ground. it seems to me that would be a lot to have to deal with, and with concerns about theft.
The rather substantial new drain field for the park dump station. It will definitely be a good thing for me to have the dump station working again. This used to be where I would empty all my tanks on the way home until the dump station had problems and they had to close it