Do You Even Boondock?
What is Boondocking?
Boondocking, sometimes known as dry camping, refers to camping or staying in a recreational vehicle (RV) in a location that does not have established facilities for RVs, such as electrical, water, and sewage hookups. Boondocking can take place in a variety of settings, such as in national forests, on public land, or on private property with the owner's permission. It is a popular option for those who want to enjoy the outdoors and the freedom of RV travel while minimizing costs and relying on their own resources. Boondocking typically requires the use of an on-board generator or solar power to provide electricity, as well as careful management of water and waste. It can be a rewarding and enjoyable way to experience nature, but it also requires careful planning and resourcefulness.