About Boondocker's Bible

Written By Real Boondockers

We’re full time boondockers and road nomads ourselves, living and working from road and wherever we can find open, public lands to set up camp. We love being out in nature, visiting new places, going out on hikes, and calling a new place our home every week or two.

We started Boondocker’s Bible to document our personal tips, ideas, and strategy towards living off-grid RV-style on free public lands. Boondocker’s Bible is 100% owned by us. We do have sponsors that advertise on this website. The income we earn from this advertising is just one of the ways we make a living as full time RVers.

Geared for Beginners

Boondocker’s Bible was written with the beginning boondocker in mind. We assume you already own an RV, and may have even boondocked a little. But for the most part, we assume that you currently use your RV at RV Parks and paid campgrounds.

We wrote Boondocker’s Bible to teach you how to find free public lands to camp on your own. We ARE NOT a directory of free campsites, though we do publish a list of our top 10 boondocking sites for beginners. Our goal here is to reveal how veteran boondockers find their own places for boondocking without relying on other people’s reviews.

More About Us

Steve – Currently lives in a 28 foot trailer and works as a website developer. Loves craft beer and hanging out at breweries. Began building websites in 1996 and has been working for himself since 2003. Steve took off on his motorcycle in 2010 on a 30-day trip from San Diego, CA to Fairbanks, AK, and caught the vagabonding bug.

Sash – Currently lives in a 2011 Chevy Suburban 4×4 that she converted into an overland camper. She runs her own marketing consulting business and drives across the country visiting clients and attending marketing events. Sash often camps as deep into the woods as she can without losing cellphone service, but also loves overnighting on the beach.

John – Currently lives in a toy hauler and boondocks wherever there is a plenitude of good hiking. An electrical geek by nature, he has over 1,600 watts of solar on his roof going into four AGM batteries, and has enough power to run both of his air conditioning units. John also runs his own website, “BoonDoctor” where he writes about solar and batteries.