The freedom and self reliance an RV offers is part of the attraction for many people that have joined the RV lifestyle. You can go where you want, when you want, and take care of your own needs along the way. Self reliant RVers have no problem camping without hookups. Many enjoy the benefits and […]
During our RV adventures across the Western U.S., my wife and I may go weeks without staying in a conventional campground with hook ups. Dispersed camping in the boondocks is our preferred place to camp. It’s quiet, typically close to the places we want to explore and the price is right. While there many ways […]
When I conduct my dispersed camping seminars I am typically asked what is the best RV for dry camping. While some types of RVs are more friendly for this type of RVing than others, the question really should be, “what should I look for in a RV if I want to use it for dry […]
If you’re like me, you enjoy using your RV throughout the year including in winter when there are many activities to enjoy. However, more often than not, electrical hook-ups in a campground aren’t available when winter camping. This leaves your batteries to power your off-season adventure. Winter Camping and Your RV Batteries Preparing for winter […]
There are many ways to save water when dry camping and follow these steps to help keep your fresh water tank full longer.
RVing has its benefits but desert dry camping dust isn’t one of them. Here’s what I do as a full-time RVer to cope with the nuisance of dust storms.
Curious about dry camping but don’t know where to start? These three critical desert boondocking tips are the place to begin.
Boondocking in retail store parking lots isn’t always a good idea. These common sense tips explain when it’s smart to avoid free overnight RV parking.
Utilizing the common element of slickrock, we were provided with a level campsite and protection from the windy weather of the desert.
Looking for a free campsite with a view? Then search out reservoirs along your route. Chances are likely you’ll find several that allow dispersed camping along a receding shoreline.
It’s time to get out and vote. For those who are undecided, look closely at the candidate’s stance on public land use, which is vital for the future of disperse camping.