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This is the fifth installment in our “RV Basics” series, where I try to give you the talks I wish I had gotten when we started RVing. In this one, we’re going to be covering something really fun, and honestly pretty simple, too. Boondocking!
The videos in this series are not (terribly) technical, and are geared towards new RVers. Here, we’ll talk about dry camping in all its forms: boondocking, lot-docking, remote camping, and more. We’ll go over those definitions, give you some tips on how to do them like a pro, and even cover some (hopefully humorous) etiquette tips that will help ensure everybody has a good time. Enjoy!
This series of videos is sponsored by Winnebago, and we’re proud to be partnered with them to bring this to you. I hope it’s all easy enough for anyone to follow, but if it isn’t, let me know!
- In the first video in the series, we cover basic RV electrical systems, here: RV Basics: Understanding RV Electrical Systems for Beginners
- The second video covers freshwater plumbing. It’s right here: RV Basics: Understanding Fresh Water Plumbing for Beginners
- The third video covers wastewater plumbing. That one’s here: RV Basics: Wastewater Plumbing (and Dumping) for Beginners
- And the fourth covers RVing in the winter. You’ll find that one here: RV Basics: Winter RVing for Beginners
If you have questions, let me know below and I’ll do my best to answer!