Your batteries will need to be recharged each day while boondocking. For that you'll need to either run a gas powered generator with a charger or install a solar charging system. Both are viable options, but which one suits your needs better?
Have you ever thought of renting out your RV when you weren't using it? Or how much money you could make? Me too. I have always had questions and concerns related to liability, rates, agreements, and a whole bunch of other stuff associated with RV rental. All of those questions get answered in this article.
The best way I’ve found to keep my RV looking good year after year is to keep it covered when not in use. I use an RV cover for this, but have found working with a large RV Cover to be a bit challenging. Here are some useful tips that will simplify the process of working with a big heavy cover.
Staying cool in hot climates can be difficult and costly in terms of electrical consumption. Running a power generator and air conditioner for prolonged periods is simply not a sustainable option when remote camping. So the key is to keep your RV from getting too hot in the first place. Try these tips to keep cool.
Algae, moss and tree pollen build up over the winter and spring can turn a clean white RV roof into a nasty mess. Keeping your roof clean will help keep your entire RV looking great year after year. Here's the quickest way to get my roof clean.
What will you do when your RV slide out gets stuck? You can learn the hard way like I did, or learn how to manually expand and close the slide on your RV. I'll show you how I do it plus share tips to maintain and care for your RV slide out and avoid costly repairs.
A successful remote camping (a.k.a. "Boondocking") experience requires some preparation and practice. Here are some tips that experienced boondockers use to get the most out of their camping experience. Learn these tips and you too can have the freedom and confidence to camp anywhere?
Even though your RV's gray water and black waste water tanks are roughly the same size, the gray tank will fill up much quicker than your black water tank (which rarely ever fills up). So while boondocking it is important to monitor the level of your gray water tank. Here is how you can use the full capacity of both your black and gray water tank and extend your stay.
Showering, toilet flushing and dish washing can rapidly drain your water tank if you're not conservation minded while boondocking. Here are some tips to make your fresh water last as long as possible so you can extend your stay out in the wild.