If you’re interested in becoming an RVer but still want the freedom to cruise down smaller, scenic roads or make a trip into town without guzzling your gas budget, a car and towable RV may be the best bet for you.
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RV and caravan camping has grown exponentially in popularity over the last decade or so. And boondocking is fast becoming one of the favorite ways for RV enthusiasts to get away from it all. It does pose some challenges though, the lack of shore power being one of the main obstacles when boondocking.
RVing for most means packing your bags and hitting the open road, either by yourself or with the family. While this can be the most enjoyable part of your year filled with exciting adventures and relaxation, it can also be associated with a significant amount of stress.
Sometimes our Members say it best. So we love it when we meet Members who exemplify the spirit of the Boondockers Welcome community.
As summer quickly approaches, many people are pulling the trigger and purchasing new RVs. Whether you’re gearing up for a summer road trip or looking to make the move to live in an RV full time, there are so many reasons the RV market is booming alongside the warm weather.
Being surrounded by nature’s beauty, campfire food, singing under the stars, and a special camaraderie are just some of the attractions of staying at a campsite. However, those attractions can lose their appeal or become problematic for others when people don’t follow the rules of camping etiquette.
RVs can be particularly prone to tire blowouts given that they carry more additional weight, and are typically driven with less regularity than our everyday cars. You, therefore, need to be extra careful when it comes to looking after your RV tires.
This is the third and final in a three-part series of debunking myths about boondocking. If you've been holding back from trying boondocking for any of these reasons, you might just reconsider.
Designated by the US Congress, the US has 63 areas known as national parks, chosen for their beauty, ecosystems, geology – and more. The national park designation means that these spaces are protected, allowing us to enjoy them responsibly and sustainably for years to come. And there are so many differences between them all!