Camping too Close to Other Campers Could be Dangerous!

Many go camping to get away from people or to social distance. Especially in the backcountry or off grid, campers want space, privacy, peace and quiet and to enjoy nature. But nothing grates on another camper’s nerves more when another camper comes to set up camp really close to their site. But, why do people do  that? And, how close is camping too close?

Continue reading “Camping too Close to Other Campers Could be Dangerous!”

Free Camping Isn’t Really FREE! Boondocking Costs MONEY!

Boondocking Costs - Free Camping

There’s a fallacy amongst some RVers that boondocking costs nothing. Well, I’m here to say that there is no such thing as FREE CAMPING. There are costs associated with camping off grid but nobody will admit or be truthful about them. From equipment for your RV, basic survival supplies to certain fees, many RVers don’t think about or even consider them when planning their budget.

Continue reading “Free Camping Isn’t Really FREE! Boondocking Costs MONEY!”

How to Empty Your Black Tank Without Moving Your RV

Boondocking RV Holding Tanks

The biggest downfall to RV boondocking is having to tear down camp to go empty our motorhome’s or camper’s sewage holding tanks. But what if we told you that we’ve figured out how to empty our RV black tank without even moving our fifth wheel? See how we do it without losing our boondocking site!

Continue reading “How to Empty Your Black Tank Without Moving Your RV”

RV Boondocking – Prepare Your RV for Off Grid Camping

RV Life - Prepare RV for Boondocking Off the Grid

RV boondocking takes off grid camping in a camper to a whole new level! Camping off grid in your RV starts with properly preparing your RV to survive the elements, terrain and usage followed by knowing how to conserve water, electricity and food. Once you master off grid boondocking, you’ll find yourself and your family wanting to head out into the wild more! These RV boondocking tips will get there and beyond!

Continue reading “RV Boondocking – Prepare Your RV for Off Grid Camping”

Our RV Christmas at Joshua Tree National Park

Always On Liberty - Joshua Tree National Park Entrance Sign

Christmas 2017, we celebrated a little differently than most families. We spent some quiet time at Joshua Tree National Park to take in the beauty of this National Park’s thousands of Joshua Trees, Cholla gardens, Desert Lavenders and Ocotillos. But we had a couple setbacks and surprises during our journey. Continue reading “Our RV Christmas at Joshua Tree National Park”

10 Boondocking Etiquette Tips for Off Grid RV Camping

Winnebago View Boondocking

Boondocking etiquette is similar to camping etiquette. The only difference is boondocking generally is a term that applies to RVs and campers. As we’ve experienced through the years, there is a huge disconnect between how RVers should act . And, the things you should never do when camping off grid or in dispersed camping areas to protect the environment, wildlife and other campers. Continue reading “10 Boondocking Etiquette Tips for Off Grid RV Camping”