Tags : boondocking

The Appeal of Quartzsite RV Camping

What's so special about Quartzsite RV camping, anyway? Let us tell you… The big Quartzsite RV show is on in 2021, this very week as a matter of fact.. While we are not attending, we thought we'd tell you about the town, why it is such a great place to visit and how you can […]Read More

What is Stealth Camping, and How Should You Do It in 2021?

Questions about Stealth Camping? Here are tips, benefits, and helpful info about stealth camping. Stealth camping is camping without being noticed. Some people do this in urban areas, while some venture into wild locations. Sometimes the camping is considered legal, while other times it’s illegal (which we don’t recommend!). For many, it's done thinking it's […]Read More

RV Living 101: Our Complete Guide to the Most Helpful RV Resources

Keeping the RV Lifestyle carefree means having easy access to helpful RV Living resources. That's why we're publishing this RV Travel master list. Be sure to bookmark and share it! Jennifer and I have spent years collecting them. So bookmark this post. We know it will come in handy sometime. RV Living 101: Road and […]Read More

The 2021 Federal National Parks Senior Pass – America the Beautiful

Hands down, the best value in the RVing world is the National Parks Senior Pass, officially known as the America the Beautiful Pass [Note: This article has been updated for 2021] One of the consolations of old age is the America the Beautiful Pass, which like most Federal entities has undergone a name change – […]Read More

Is RV Boondocking right for you? [UPDATED for 2021]

RV boondocking holds lots of appeal what with so many new folks embracing the RV Lifestyle and many veteran campers looking for an alternative to crowded campgrounds. Here's a complete guide. Let's start with a recollection of how Jennifer and I first experienced RV boondocking. Remembering our First RV Boondocking Trip It was the quiet […]Read More

RV Podcast 307: Who says you can’t boondock in a big rig?

There are a lot of RV myths out there and one big one is that you can’t boondock in a big rig. This week, we dispel that bit of fake news by introducing you to two couples who not only boondock in big RVs, but both are thriving on it! Jason and Rae Miller are […]Read More

Peaceful Boondocking in the Ocala National Forest

Who says you can't go boondocking in Florida? The Ocala National Forest covers almost 700 square miles in the center of the Florida peninsula. It has 600 lakes, rivers, and springs amidst the primarily sand pine and scrub forest. It has 14 developed campgrounds, only one though has hookups. But for boondocking, most of the […]Read More

Master Making Plans for Boondocking

When Dr. Seuss wrote “Oh, the places you’ll go!” he probably wasn’t thinking about making plans for boondocking in your RV. But ever since Jennifer and I started boondocking several years ago we decided that he should have been! As many of you know, boondocking has been our preferred method of RVing and camping ever […]Read More

RV Podcast #285: Best Practices for Boondocking

Boondocking has become hugely popular as more and more RVers discover the freedom of escaping the rules, costs and noise associated with staying in a campground by camping off the grid, without hookups and usually in scenic and uncrowded locations. But with so many now enjoying boondocking have come problems. Some areas are being closed […]Read More

What worked, what didn’t in our RV Life for 2019

At the close of every year, before we plot out our adventures for the new one just around the corner, we like to review the past 12 months of travel, learning from all those experiences we’ve had on the road – the good and the bad. Truth of the matter is that it’s hard to […]Read More

Places to stop and overnight along the highway

We're all familiar with places where we can overnight besides campgrounds – places like Walmart, Cracker Barrel, Cabellas and even Harvest Hosts. But sometimes, we need something convenient and quick.  That's where this video may help you. We discovered these places by seeing signs along the road or hearing about them from other RVers. The […]Read More