|Above, dry camping at the Chiriaco Summit Campground. Photo by Armand Vaquer.|
There are three things that are necessary when boondocking in your RV: water, power and heat. What would you do if one of these fails?
RV Life has some suggestions on how to deal with each.
They begin with:
The freedom and self reliance an RV offers is part of the attraction for many people that have joined the RV lifestyle. You can go where you want, when you want, and take care of your own needs along the way. Self reliant RVers have no problem camping without hookups. Many enjoy the benefits and a bit of pride conquering the challenges that come with surviving off the grid.
However, the perfect RV has yet to be created, and things can – and sometimes do – go awry.
Whether you’re boondocking in the desert, dry camping at a remote forest service campground, or spending a night in a Walmart parking lot, you’ll want to have a backup plan when something in the RV fails to function.
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