Good Neighbor Policy (Protecting Overnight Parking Options)

Protecting RVers’ right to park overnight in places other than commercial campgrounds has been a major advocacy focus for the past 20 years, and is ongoing still. To achieve an industry -accepted compromise between campground owners, consumers, and city/county/state regulations, Escapees created the “Good Neighbor Policy” which is now sanctioned by 35 RV clubs and industry...

Tips for boondocking

RVers use the term boondocking to describe camping without any utility hookups, usually in remote areas (out in the “Boonies”). The term “dry camping” is also used and means pretty much the same thing (no water hookups = dry). Just say to a old RVer “I love boondocking out on BLM land…” and you’ll...

Being Electrically Abundant in a Mostly Electric RV

From: The adventures and musings of Chris Dunphy & Cherie Ve Ard Source: http://www.technomadia.com/2015/02/back-to-boondocking-being-electrically-abundant-in-a-mostly-electric-rv/ We’ve seen it advised so many times on RVing groups and forums, if you want to boondock – you have to rely on propane for cooking, refrigeration, hot water heating and heating. If your coach is electrically dependent, don’t bother trying...

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