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Boondocking

How to prepare for boondocking

By Bob Difley You can boondock as long as your on-board resources hold out. Basic equipment for dry camping (without hookups) includes:•A house battery...

Campground Chatter with Janet Groene, April 19, 2019

The latest news about camping and developments in North American campgrounds and RV parks from Janet Groene and the staff of RVtravel.comDISCLAIMER: Information is...

Planning to camp at Acadia National Park? Make your reservations

BAR HARBOR, ME – Acadia National Park has four campgrounds available for online reservation through Recreation.gov. Park campgrounds are very popular. Finding a campsite upon arrival is a rare...

Harvest Hosts partnership promotes overnight stays along Route 66

The Road Ahead Partnership and Harvest Hosts have partnered to provide RVers traveling Route 66 a new way to experience all the Mother Road...
Boondocking

Using basic courtesy when boondocking is good for all RVers

By Bob Difley If you're not accustomed to boondocking, you might think that when you are truly boondocking — camping out away from any hook-ups...

Campground Chatter with Janet Groene, April 8, 2019

The latest news about camping and campground developments in North American campgrounds and RV parks from Janet Groene and the staff of RVtravel.comDISCLAIMER: Information...

Building an RV park from scratch: We met the neighbors!

By Machelle James The past two weeks have been a blur. We made the decision to formally introduce ourselves on a Heber-Overgaard Facebook group. I...

What to do if you encounter a bear in the woods

By Bob Difley You're hiking a woodland trail when suddenly you come upon a bear. Whether you're boondocking or staying in a campground, if you...

New RV park to join ranks of “trailer parks”

If you travel America with an RV and need hookups, there are few options in many places about where to stay except an RV...

Video: Pros and cons of joining Thousand Trails

This is one of the best reviews of the Thousand Trails membership program we've seen. After watching this you'll wonder how anyone could ever...

Use common sense to become a happy boondocker

By Bob DifleyBoondocking is not brain surgery. Anyone can camp overnight without hookups. Two or three days takes a little effort — no, not...

Readers’ tips for picking out a campsite

A couple of weeks ago, Editor Chuck passed along some suggestions on how to pick a good RV site. He asked readers if they...
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