February 17th, 2021

Dry camping, also known as boondocking, refers to camping in a location without access to amenities such as water, electricity, or sewer hookups. It typically involves staying in a remote location, such as a national forest or a desert, where there are no designated campsites or facilities.

Dry camping requires campers to be self-sufficient and bring their own supplies, including water, food, and a power source, such as a generator or solar panels. It's a popular option for those with a Class B Mini-T Campervan, RVers with off grid set up's and adventurious tent campers who want to get away from the crowds and experience the wilderness in a more primitive setting. However, it's important to note that some areas may have regulations or restrictions on dry camping, so it's essential to check the rules and regulations of the area before setting up camp.

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