Since the pandemic, there’s been a massive uptick in people recreating outdoors. However, due to the inexperience of those newer adventurers, there’s also been a huge disconnect in how we should respect the environment, wildlife and each other. Thus, this serves as a reminder of how we all should recreate responsibly.
Hiking etiquette seems to have fallen off the cliff. With so many new people out there taking to the hiking trails, it’s no wonder there’s trash everywhere, wildlife interactions, loose dogs and just plain utter disrespect to the environment. So, how do we fix this senseless lack of respect and common courtesy on the hiking trails?
Did you know that there are thousands of RV friendly places where you can park for free for an overnight? In fact, there are ways you can travel across the United States without paying for a single campground! I mean, why pay a campground or RV park $35-$50 a night just to pull in for the night to get some sleep? Let’s take a look at where to find these free RV overnight parking options.