Boondocking for Adventurous RVers
RVers that like a little adventure in their RV trips should consider the boondocking lifestyle. Not only is it adventurous, but it's easy on the pocketbook and eco-friendly too!
Boondocking Guide [offsite link]
What is boondocking? What is BLM? This site gives plenty of information to get you started on your free camping experiences.
Boondocking.org [offsite link]
This site has a database where users can search for and add information regarding free, auto-accessible camping spots by plugging in GPS coordinates.
Cheap RV Living.com Boondocking Page [offsite link]
This site has a plethora of useful information on boondocking which includes the history of the word boondock.
Free Campgrounds.com [offsite link]
If you like free or really cheap camping, then this web site is for you. Learn all about issues related to the boondocking lifestyle as well.
Great Boondocking Locations in the Southwest
America's Southwest is full of some of the best places to boondock in the country.
Phred Tinseth’s Boondocking Page [offsite link]
This web page is full of good information from someone who has been boondocking for over 20 years.
RV Boondocking News [offsite link]
This blog created by Bob Difley, aka "Boondocking Bob" is chock full of interesting articles and tidbits on boondocking. It is a fabulous resource for boondockers!
RV Solar Needs
If you've been looking to "get off the grid" in your RV, check out this article on calculating your RV solar needs.
Webtrail.com [offsite link]
This Oregon-based company has information on boondocking nationally along with some local Oregon spots.
Yahoo! Boondocking Group [offsite link]
Join the Yahoo! Boondocking group and swap information with like-minded campers.
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