What is RV boondocking and how to do it

How would you like to camp in beautiful places in your RV for free, far from the hustle and bustle of RV parks, where you’re squeezed so close to other RVs you can hear their occupants snore at night? If so, then watch this introduction to boondocking by veteran RVer and seminar speaker Dave Helgeson. Dave will show you what boondocking IS and what it IS NOT. For example, it is NOT staying overnight in a Wal-Mart parking lot. But it IS camping on beautiful public lands in wide-open spaces, where at night the sky is filled with a canopy of stars. What boondocking also IS, in most cases, is free — not $30, $40, $50 or even more a night for a space in a congested RV park. And no reservations are necessary! To keep up to date on boondocking and other topics of interest to RVers, be sure to subscribe to the free RV Travel newsletter, published online weekly since 2001. Click here:  An excellent, inexpensive way to learn more about boondocking is “Boondock Bob’s Guide to RV Boondocking” by Bob Difley. It’s available in Kindle from Amazon. An excellent printed book is “The Complete Book of Boondock RVing: Camping Off the Beaten Path” at https://amzn.to/2jFlCBn .

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