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This is the first in a three-part series of debunking myths about boondocking. If you've thought you didn't have what it took to boondock in your rig, read along and you might be surprised!
Are you a planner? Or do you prefer to blow with the wind? There are pros and cons to each travel style and, as we learned this week, things can go wrong, no matter which you choose.
The Albuquerque Balloon Fiesta in New Mexico is probably one of the most popular festival destinations for RVers every year. If you’ve not been to it, I’m sure it’s on your bucket list. If not, it should be! It also provides the perfect excuse to spend a few extra weeks exploring New Mexico. They call it the land of enchantment for a reason. New Mexico is possibly the most colorful and interesting state in the union.
Grand Canyon National Park is 100 years old this year! With all the added publicity, it may be even more difficult than usual to land a campsite in the park or a permit to hike and camp in the canyon. Straight from the pages of my Frugal Shunpiker’s Guide for RV Boondocking in Arizona, here are some tips that are sure to help.
It's February; summer camping is still the furthest thing from your mind. But maybe it shouldn't be. Not if you want to camp in your favorite national, state, or provincial park this summer.
With more demand than supply, campsite reservations are becoming harder to land than ever. We need creative solutions so sometimes we just have to think outside the box.