I have just come across an older film about "run away to the wilderness" that I managed to miss until now. The Adventures of the Wilderness Family (1975), in living color, shows a ruggedly handsome man, his attractive wife and their two wholesome children - all of whom pack up and drive away on the freeway to escape to a wilderness homestead (the film was shot in Colorado). It seems like a Walt Disney film production, but it apparently is not. The Robinsons (perhaps inspired by Swiss Family Robinson) go to a cabin by their lake, adopt a tame black bear and have many thrilling adventures while adapting to their new way of life. Interesting to see this now. Trailers and segments of the film are available on the internet. It seems that a series of three films were made in all. I have not seen the whole film, and I do not have a direct link to this. I do not know why I never heard about or saw this before - but in 1975 I was in the Samoas as a school teacher and out of touch with Hollywood films. Some people here may want to check this out.