Boondocking is the best way to experience freedom as an RV traveler.
It connects you to nature, gives you total privacy, and costs absolutely nothing. You don’t even need a reservation!
But, there’s a big learning curve to become a pro boondocker…
In fact, it can be pretty intimidating to find an off-grid campsite, drive your RV down dirt roads, and understand boondocking safety practices.
In this course, we teach you the fundamentals of boondocking. From understanding the legality of free-camping to teaching you how to use boondocking search tools, each lesson will build your confidence and grow your knowledge.
Tired of RV parks?
Want to reconnect with nature?
Looking for unique camping experiences?
Want to save a little money in your RV travels?
If you answered “yes” to any of those, this course is for you!
What You’ll Get with Boondocking 101
Lifetime access to our in-depth boondocking resources. Revisit these lessons anytime to brush up on your boondocking skills.
You’ll receive wisdom from RVers who boondock in huge 5th wheel trailers and tiny campers – giving you a holistic view of the benefits of boondocking.
What is Boondocking?
We’ll explain what boondocking is, what it means, and the laws and responsibilities around this type of camping.
Preparing Your RV for Boondocking
What about power? What about water? What about…waste? We’ll explain what camping off-grid looks like and how you can be prepared – trust us, boondocking does not have to equal “roughing it.”
Finding the Best Boondocking Spots
Sure, you could boondock in a parking lot, but that’s not the camping we’re talking about here. We’re going to walk you through the tools you can use to find the GOOD spots!
Safety While Boondocking
Compared to camping in a developed campground, boondocking in remote areas might make you feel…exposed. Vulnerable. We get it – and in this section we’ll share tools, tips, and layers of security you can add to your boondocking setup to have you feeling prepared.
Boondocking with Pets
Getting closer to nature and the wilderness is great for pets, but you’ll want to consider their safety.
Putting it All Together
We take you through a step-by-step walkthrough of going boondocking AND leaving your campsite as good as or better than you found it.