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Saturday, May 14, 2022

RV "Wish List" For Boondockers

Above, at Ashurst Lake Dispersed Camping area in Arizona. Photo by Armand Vaquer.

Whenever I do dry camping or "boondocking", it is usually with a group of around 200, give or take.

With that in mind, some of the items in the RV Travel boondockers' "wish list" would not be practical. These are items that would instead come in handy while camping in remote areas.

They begin with:

Many RVers are drawn to off-grid camping or “boondocking,” as we like to call it. It offers nature in its most undisturbed state and at a much lower cost. There are little to no campground fees involved. There is quiet, solitude, and a personal challenge to camp sans conveniences like shore power, city water, hot showers and level pavement. The challenges of boondocking are what most people think of when contemplating a wish list for dispersed camping.

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