Boondocking Archive

Boondocking at Cracker Barrel – Free Overnight RV Parking

Since we started traveling full time in an RV, we have relied on the friendliness of businesses like Cracker Barrel to reduce our RVing costs. Full and partial hookups are a luxury and we try boondock where ever we go. One of the best overnight RV parking options

Best Campgrounds – Favorite Camping Experiences Year One

There are great places to camp all over the United States. In the first year we put over 14,000 miles on the motorhome and traveled to 22 states. This is a collection of the best campgrounds we stayed at our first year of full time RVing.

How To Find Free Camping in National Forests – Dispersed Camping

Free camping in National Forests have been some of our favorite camping experiences. Referred to dispersed camping, National Forests offer primitive camping opportunities to those looking to get away from crowded campgrounds. On our long drive from Ohio to California, we made it a point to

Boondockers Welcome Free Camping on Private Property

Boondockers Welcome is a great membership for RVers who enjoy boondocking. There are two types of memberships. Host membership is for RVers who have property to accommodate over night boondocking guests. Guest only membership is for RVers looking for overnight boondocking on private property. We

Bedner’s Farm Boynton Beach, Florida

One of our favorite areas in Florida stretches from Hollywood to Boynton Beach along the Atlantic Coast. We were especially taken by Fort Lauderdale and would consider spending a month or two exploring the area the next time we winter in The Sunshine State. About 30 miles north of Fort

Rincon Parkway Beachfront RV Camping in Ventura, CA

Before we hit the road full time in our Newmar Bay Star, we took a weekend trip to Rincon Parkway in Ventura, California to get familiar with our new home and to acclimate the dogs. We could not have asked for a better first trip in

Overnight Parking at Truck Stops

After many missed opportunities, we finally spent the night at a truck stop in Tifton, Georgia right off I-75. Many of you have left positive comments about spending a night at a truck stop in your RV and I must say, it was quite

Pros and Cons of RV Dry Camping or Boondocking

RV dry camping or boondocking is camping without any hookups. Essentially, you rely on everything in your RV to make it for a day, a week or longer. We’ve been on the road full time for 207 days as of writing this post and

Four Corners Monument RV Camping

We visited Four Corners Monument on our way from Mesa Verde to the Grand Canyon South Rim. This is the only quadripoint in the United States where four states come together and visitors can be in Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah at the

Harvest Hosts Review – More Than RV Camping at Wineries

Harvest Hosts is made up of a network of businesses who offer unique camping experiences to RVers in the United States and Canada. The membership is $44 for a single year and $40 if you sign up for the annual auto-renew. It provides access to a