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Take your RV on the road less traveled

  By Bob Difley Many of America's most scenic drives wind across and through remote public lands, such as our national forests (NF) and land managed...

RV “Twilight Zone” — Eureka Dunes

  By Bob Difley If you are not a boondocker and don't like weird, out-there locations, you need read no further. However, since you are still reading,...

Bureau of Reclamation camping — an RVing win-win

  By Bob Difley The U.S. Bureau of Reclamation’s mission is to “manage, develop, and protect water and related resources in an environmentally and economically sound...
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Get free, but valuable, RV info from the Forest Service

  By Bob Difley Summer is almost here, and boondockers will soon be looking for campsites in the national forests. These tips may help make your...
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What is boondocking? The readers speak

  Edited by Russ and Tiña De Maris "To the beatnik It's his beard, beard, beard To the monster Something weird, weird, weird To a night...

Low-cost RVing at nearby wildlife refuges

  By Bob Difley Be on the lookout for Fish and Wildlife refuges, both national and state, for good boondocking and cheap camping opportunities. When there...
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National park campground alternatives: Joshua Tree

By Russ and Tiña De Maris We never thought we'd see the day when it would be nearly impossible to find a spot for...

Repeal of Fish & Wildlife rule bad for wildlife

  For many of us RVers, wildlife watching rates at or near the top of the list of why we chose to become RVers, and...
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BLM boondocking tips to keep you out of trouble

  By Bob Difley Most boondockers know about the BLM's Long Term Visitor Areas (LTVA) near popular snowbird locations in Southern California and Arizona. But boondocking...
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Gun-shy about boondocking near Mexico border

  Dear RV Shrink: This is our first year living in our RV. We are not looking for the next RV resort with a pickleball...

More information about LTVAs

  For more information about the Bureau of Land Management's seven Long Term Visitor Areas, click here. As we said in our video, RVers may stay...

RV too long for that site? Maybe not.

By Bob Difley When a National Park's or forest's campground designates a maximum length limitation, what does that mean? You've seen it. In campground...
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