I have shared many times how I am compiling a national database on free places to camp or boondock in anticipation of that day when my wife and I have the opportunity to RV to the Midwest and East Coast. I have also shared how the farther east you travel, the more difficult it is […]
Those of you that follow this blog on a regular basis know that I am all about free camping and boondocking. I have encountered many RVers that feel free camping and boondocking opportunities are only available in the western United States where there is an abundance of federal public land. While I agree that the […]
Every boondocker has their favorite out-of-the-way campsites. Sometimes it is nice to shake things up and try a new spot. There are several websites out there that help adventure-seekers find good campsites, such as Campground Reviews and Freecampsites.net. Most public lands (USFS or BLM) offer free dispersed camping as well, although some established campgrounds on […]
Those that regularly follow my adventures on this blog know that I am all about free places to camp and lesser-known places to explore. How have I driven past (literally within a half-mile) the free Liberty Campground for all of my life without checking it out is a mystery. The campground is named after the […]
Many RVers would rather boondock for free than stay in a campground or resort. While you will need to supply your own power and water, you can save a ton of money on campground fees and enjoy the peace and quiet away from the crowds. Most BLM areas, national forests, and national parks allow dispersed […]
This is the time of year that many people’s attention turns toward making changes or renewing goals. There are a variety of free online help options that can assist in achieving your resolutions from wherever you may be exploring. Here are five favorites that will help keep you motivated. If your resolution is to read […]
Don’t park on the cheap until you know the pros and cons of free camping in parking lots, driveways and public lands.
In the past two installments, we have looked at equipping your new RV for its first campout. While you might choose a state park or private RV park for your first outing, I am going to share a tip of where to find free campsites that most RV newbies are unaware of. Most every state […]
Know the six states that legally allow temporary overnight parking at rest areas for RVers and other travelers in the U.S.