Getting Started With Boondocking

The Cost of RV Boondocking

Boondocking in an RV can be cheaper than staying at an RV park, but depending on a lot of factors. There are actually RV parks...

Is It Cheaper to Boondock Than Staying in RV Parks?

It is almost always cheaper to boondock than to stay in RV parks. However, there are some RV parks located in remote towns where the...

Can I Still Shower Everyday When Boondocking?

Technically, you still can shower everyday. However, most full time boondockers don’t. Boondockers generally shower anywhere from 3-4 times a week, to just once a...

The Difference Between Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation

Today, both the Army Corps of Engineers and Bureau of Reclamation are focused on water projects throughout the United States, primarily in the construction and...

What Types of BLM Lands Are There?

The Bureau of Land Management administers the bulk of federally-owned lands in the United States, and because there is so much of it, they have...

Is the National Parks Pass Worth Buying for a Boondocker?

It’s an interesting question, being that boondockers typically don’t camp in national parks. This is because national parks can be costly, costing between $5.00 to...

What is the Difference Between Dry Camping and Boondocking?

Technically speaking, the word, “boondocking” makes reference to camping far away from civilization, “way out in the sticks”, or out in the boondocks. Whereas the...

What is Boondocking in an RV?

Boondocking in an RV is effectively camping in your RV but located further away from town and further away from amenities. RVers who primarily boondock...

What Does Boondocking Mean?

Boondocking means camping the more traditional way of being in nature, deep in the woods, or the desert, or up in the mountains, away from...

The Six Types of Federal Public Lands

There are actually six types, or six federal agencies, of federal public lands that you can camp on. Despite people saying there are only two,...

What is the Best RV for Boondocking?

The best RV for boondocking is a small to medium-sized trailer. This is because most full-time boondockers want an RV that they can leave unattended...