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Are we still “newbie” RVers?

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By Betty Linneman How long is a person considered to be an RVing newbie? Is it so many camping trips or days before one graduates...

Southwest camping for 85 cents a day!

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By Bob Difley Yes, spring is almost here, but for the last bit of winter and if you haven't tried this area yet, the Southwestern...
Boondocking

Coyote camping (boondocking) in the Southwestern deserts

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By Bob (BoondockBob) Difley Of all the styles of camping, from backpacking tents to fancy RV resorts accommodating 40 foot+ motorhomes, coyote camping (ultimate boondocking)...
Boondocking

Explore the Southwestern deserts – but don’t try to see everything

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Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, I didn't realize how really HUGE the landmass of the Southwestern deserts is until I...

Oregon changes rules, hikes fees on forest camping

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris RVers and other outdoor recreationists may find a few changes if they favor overnight visits to Oregon State Forests....

Web page makes finding British Columbia camping a snap

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By Russ and Tiña De Maris Many U.S. boondockers are familiar enough with some of the alternative sources of finding boondocking sites in the Lower...
Boondocking

Free public lands resources, great for planning

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By Bob Difley You've probably read about camping and boondocking on public lands, or maybe you even bought my e-book, BOONDOCKING: Finding the Perfect Campsite on...

Holiday weekends are coming – Plan ahead!

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By Bob Difley Although we may quibble about the definitions of boondocking, blacktop boondocking, Walmart boondocking, and dry-camping, we're talking about essentially the same...
Boondocking

Boondocking threatened at two Utah National Monuments?

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Here's a question from a reader of RVtravel.com about boondocking.  Hi Bob, I read in the news that Utah's Bears Ears and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monuments...

Dusty Quartzsite is winter haven for sun-seeking RVers

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By Chuck Woodbury You must visit Quartzsite. It's in the middle of nowhere in the Arizona desert. Technically it's where I-10 and state route 95...

Coyote camping: Your RV at home on the open desert

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By Bob Difley Boondocking around Quartzsite on land managed by the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) and called Long Term Visitor Areas (LTVA) is an...

It’s Quartzsite boondocking time

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By Bob Difley It's snowbird time again – when we RVers leave the cold, rainy weather behind for the sunny and warmer regions of the...
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