You’re ready to go on an adventure, and you’re looking for a unique experience. Taking an RV out for a week sounds like a fresh new idea, but what about
You’re ready to hit the road for an adventure, but you don’t want to do the same old thing everyone else does. Maybe you’ve been on a lot of RV
In the summer of 2019 – the last “normal” summer before covid-19 changed everything – we explored national parks in North and South Dakota, Wyoming, and Montana. On this dream
My wife and I get this question a lot. To be fair, we asked it a lot in the beginning, too. We had absolutely no clue what boondocking was, and people outside of the RV community don’t either.
Some call it dry camping, but essentially, boondocking is camping without the hookups. You can stay in your RV or camper, but you won’t have water, electricity, or sewer.
It’s a chance to get off the grid and be in the quiet. You’ll find plenty of beautiful destinations with epic scenery, outside of the confines and rules of a traditional campground.
Not to mention, without having to pay for hookups, you’re living dirt cheap for days, weeks, or months at a time.
It might sound like you’re getting closer to nature, but there are a lot of implications here that you might not think about.
State parks are great places to stay in. They offer plenty of clean amenities, affordable sites, and are generally positioned such that you get to experience fantastic views while still being in close proximity to modern conveniences.
The Lost Dutchman State Park is no exception. While there are a few things that could be better, you’ll find plenty to make up for it. Keep in mind that the best time to visit this park will depend on how hot you like to be.
The Lost Dutchman State Park is near Phoenix, so in the summer, it gets hot. In fact, hot doesn’t even begin to describe it. You can’t do anything outside during the summer unless you’re soaking in the pool.
However, wintertime is the peak season for snowbirds and everyone who wants to enjoy the fantastic weather, so you’ll pay higher premiums on activities and deal wit
” Camping Rules. Stare at the fire. Listen to the birds. Jump in the lake. Read. Take a nap. Watch the sunset. Cook over the fire. Breathe the fresh air.”
Dry Camping is camping in your RV close to civilization, without hooking-up to Hydro, Water, and Sewer and for a temporary time. Usually, RVers Dry Camp while traveling for a few days to their ultimate destination.
For example, if you were to travel in your car from Ontario, Canada to Florida, USA, you would stop for the night at a hotel or two on the way there and on the way home.
For RVers they already have their bed with them, therefore, they have an inexpensive stay-over option by Dry Camping at a temporary location while they are traveling to their ultimate destination. However, unlike hotels, motels, or RV campgr
You’ve purchased your RV and are ready to hit the road. You’ve loaded your RV with clothes, food, and supplies for an extended trip. You have mapped out your trip