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Boondockers (3,671 members)

Ahh, boondocking! The joys of living off the grid, free camping, enjoying our nation's great BLM lands and national forests. If this is what you love, then this is the group for yo... see more

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  • Curtis
    Curtis:
    Tue at 5:27 PM
    Some fine new RVillagers looking for some tips. GO! :-)
    • Barry & Millie-Ambassadors and 3 others like this.
    • Curtis
      RVillaging With Ollie
      Tue at 6:20 PM Welcome!! Congrats on your first trip! Enjoy! 
    • Curtis
      Andy Burleigh
      Tue at 7:05 PM RiversEdge RV and Cottages Vergennes Great place
    • Curtis
      Doug & Sue - VT
      9 hours ago Little River State Park in Waterbury is a nice small state park on the Waterbury Reservoir. Fun to hang out. Also close to Waterbury, Stowe, Montpelier or the Mad River Valley, all with interesting fall activities. Not much boondocking in VT.
    • Curtis
      Carolyn Kittell
      1 hour ago Hi- I live in north west VT, and you are welcome to stop in at our farm for awhile! We also have some nice state parks that stay open until mid- Oct. Have a fun trip! Carolyn
    • Curtis
      theodorefarmer
      59 minutes ago Boondockers welcome in Georgia, VT. 30/-50, water and a dump plus a great antique/collectible shop.  Paul_Barrenger
  • Tony and Margie
    Tony and Margie :
    September 22
    Folks here might find this interesting!
    An Accidental Ghost Town Encounter – BACK ROADS AND OTHER STORIES
  • RosyRios
    RosyRios:
    September 21
    Hello all! We're new to this site, and planning to go to FL this winter. Anyone know where to find a listing of Moose lodges (only those in FL) with RV sites or drycamping?
    Thanks
    • Bruce & Linda (Omnibus) and 1 other like this.
    • RosyRios
      Suzan and Art
      September 21 We stayed last winter in Pensacola and Winter Haven and I know someone who stayed at Okeechobee also.
    • RosyRios
      Mike and Donna Wagner
      September 21 The is a group here in RVillage for Moose Lodges and work is being done to update the RV Parks for them here on RVillage with current photos and amenity information provided by RVillage Moose members.  Here’s the link to the Moose group:
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      • RosyRios
        Mike and Donna Wagner
        September 21 I suggest you join the Moose Lodge group.  Also, you can do a Search Site for Moose Lodge and change the resulting list to the Map view - there are many of them already here on the RVillage map/database.
    • RosyRios
      Russell & Linda
      September 21 Palatka Florida Moose on SR 100 has camping don't know about hook ups or terms.
    • RosyRios
      Jay & Nancy
      September 21 Join the RVillage group Moose Lodge Members!!
    • RosyRios
      Jay & Nancy
      September 21 Click here for a list of all Moose Lodges
      https://www.rvillage.com/search?query=Moose+Lodge&type=park&submit=

      Click on the map view and zoom in to Florida!
  • wannabervin
    wannabervin :
    September 19
    We have a new Grand Design Solitude with a propane generator and a residential fridge. Specially ordered the generator so that we could camp where shore power was not available--like at some rallies or music festivals. But we have yet to do that. Wonde...  more
    • Karen and Steve Veneskey and 1 other like this.
    • wannabervin
      Craig Steinkraus
      September 20 We have a 200 Watt solar panel with 2-27 series deep cycle batteries. We can run a 2.8 cf domestic refrigerator, TV, lights, and keep our rechargeable devices going indefinitely.
    • wannabervin
      Jerry Beasler
      September 20 I run my CPAP through the inverter the burden on the house battery set is minimal so no worries there.  Lights are typically DC so there again not too much burden.  
      The residential fridge will use a fair amount of power so battery d...  more
    • wannabervin
      IronMan_Tempo
      September 20 We have 440ah AGM batteries (so 220 usable to 50%), 400w of solar mounted and 100w portable solar, and 2000w inverter. During the daytime with good (only partly cloudy) sun we never have to use our generator to recharge our batteries. We do have a res fri...  more Hide 1 Reply
      • wannabervin
        shippwreck
        September 20 quote: "During the daytime with good (only partly cloudy) sun we never have to use our generator to recharge our batteries"  Is that with the portable 100 Watts or with out?
    • wannabervin
      K&M-F
      September 21 I have a 3way fridge. I boondock on propane. Works great for weeks and weeks on propane. Propane heats shower hot water & heating inside of the rv and for cooking of course. Hassle free
    • wannabervin
      Tim & Susie Zich
      September 21 Although we don't boondock regularly, DH suggested you might want to call Grand Design Support Service at the factory. Have your questions ready and have then give you the answers. We have a Class A DP with a residential frig. The frig alone has a ban...  more
  • Tex and Ida
    Tex and Ida:
    September 18
    We are by Mt Rushmore can anyone tell is of boondocking sites close
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    • Tex and Ida
      Benji
      September 19 The Black hills national forest I thought allowed boondocking
    • Tex and Ida
      Doug & Sue - VT
      September 19 It’s not boondocking... We stayed at Grizzly Cree k CG in 2016. Small and quiet, primitive sites $10/night. Would be tight for big rigs. Location was main attraction - 2 miles from Mount Rushmore. Watch for roads in the area with length/width restrictions...  more
    • Tex and Ida
      Ron and Libby
      September 19 We haven't been there but have read of several people boondocking E. of Wall, Buffalo Gap National Grasslands.  Free.  From Wall, take road to Badlands, take a L. towards cell towers (about 3/4 miles before E. entrance of Badlands.  Hope this helps.
    • Tex and Ida
      Judith & Mark
      September 22 Again not boondocking but dry camping at Custer State Park. Loved the sites.
    • Tex and Ida
      Angie907
      Mon at 3:08 PM Not boondocking but nuce site behind Magnussen hotel. View of Mt Rushmore and walking distance to Keystone attractions and shops.
  • Pjw
    Pjw:
    September 18
    Going to Southeast ... South Central New Mexico .... have a 36 foot 5th wheel. Looking for boondocking place that are accessible to our 5th wheel.
    • Karen and Steve Veneskey and 1 other like this.
    • Pjw
      Landyachty - Jim & Peggy
      September 18 Boondocking everywhere out their. Look for BLM land.
    • Pjw
      Suzan and Art
      September 18 New Mexico State Parks have a great deal..... pay for camping for the year and you can use any and all of the state parks.  $3 extra for electricity.  Not totally free but well worth it for us who spent the winter there.
    • Pjw
      Kay and Russ Wallace
      September 18 There are several sites that help you locate free camping sites on public land. I like this one: http://www.ultimatecampgrounds.com/index.php. I hope it helps. I hope to see you on the road.
    • Pjw
      SJ_Cruisin
      September 19 Outside of Las Cruces there is Sierra Vista TH. Not sure what elevation you want to be at though.
    • Pjw
      Manfred & Gail
      Tue at 4:45 PM Check out the Allstays app or Campendium. We stayed several times at Elephant Butte Lake State Park last year (outside of Truth or Consequences), overlooking the lake. Phenomenal scenery and hiking. Loads of space for dry camping, 14 day limit, water and ...  more
  • Danadair
    Danadair:
    September 18
    Is anyone boon-docking in your 37 ft fifth wheel successfully and have you added any extra batteries to your house batteries? And, what is the deal with lithium vs deep cell marine battery that came on ours? I know stealth camping is out for us..😊
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    • Danadair
      Pjw
      September 18 we have boondocked before. 2 batteries only. We only go 5 days boondocking. Tanks are full... then have to find a place to dump and get water.
    • Danadair
      Landyachty - Jim & Peggy
      September 18 We boondock a lot in our 39' fifth wheel. We have 4 golf cart batteries from Sam's Club.
    • Danadair
      Suzan and Art
      September 18 We also added 2 golf cart batteries and boondocks for 6 months at a time with solar.
    • Danadair
      Judith & Mark
      September 22 38' fifth wheel with 8 deep cycle 6v batteries, about 1000 watts solar, and a composting toilet. Ten days to two weeks, then get more water. Could repeat that indefinitely, until my DW is ready for a little civilization!
    • Danadair
      Cindi & Roger
      Mon at 5:07 PM 42' fifth wheel with 1000 watts of solar (we have a composting toilet too) and 300ah lithium battery.  We are good for 2-3 weeks.  We knew when we left our sticks and bricks that we wanted to mostly boondock so we spent our money on the things t...  more
  • Rich & Kris
    Rich & Kris :
    September 18
    We're getting ready for the fall season! We just started a new group...."Leaf Peepers"!
  • Kepouros
    Kepouros:
    September 14
    We just spent 2 days exploring at Crater Lake NP. We stayed at Annie Creek Sno Park, which appears to be a snowmobile mecca. Free overnight camping allowed when there isn't snow. Beautiful spot. Quiet and peaceful.
    • HandfulOfEarth and 8 others like this.
    • Kepouros
      Gary & Joanne...& Willow too.
      September 14 Stayed there for a week last year in June. The crater rim drive was only half open, the rest was still snowed in. They had just opened the road that goes straight thru a week before we got there. There's several snow parks in that area to choose from. I b...  more Hide 1 Reply
      • Kepouros
        Kepouros
        September 14 Snow in June! Even worse than Maine! It was in the 30s when we woke up. Won't be long before it snows again...
    • Kepouros
      Redonion
      September 14 My back door, Fort Klamath - Wood River excellent fishing - Williamson River great fly fishing. Hope you fish some.  Drive on down to Rocky Point RV park - good fishing -  boat rentals, restaurant.  Safe travels
    • Kepouros
      Redonion
      September 14 fia Rua Irish Pub

      Great food, great service - great on public service - VET'S 20% discount, Thursday 25%



      fia Rua Irish Pub

      10134 Ford Ave, Richmond Hill, GA 31324
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    • Kepouros
      wildcatphotography/Oregon
      September 16 I didn't know that, but I went by there.  I was camped at Collier State Park, and the south entrance of Crater Lake was the only one open at the time. 
  • Suzan and Art
    Suzan and Art:
    September 11
    Boondockers Welcome

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    Hurricane Florence is barreling towards the east coast of the US, with more than 1 million people being told to evacuate.

    Are you willing to host evacuees with RVs on your property for some time while they take refuge from thi...  more
    • L.D.Clark and 5 others like this.
    • Suzan and Art
      The RVillager
      September 11 Thanks to Boondockers Welcome for this helpful offer. Be safe out there, RVillagers. 
    • Suzan and Art
      Tsu-Lin
      September 11 That a generous idea. We're at 11' elevation in CT. This means the coming weekend is not a good time to visit.
    • Suzan and Art
      Redonion
      September 11 We are in the unknow area, south of Savannah, Richmond Hill, GA off of GA hwy 144 east.  Irma we had to evacuate, but at this time, we may have winds.. Want know until later in the week.  We have 5 acres, plenty of room, 3 electrical hook up, wa...  more
    • Suzan and Art
      tlong
      September 11 If anyone is considering heading North toward West Virginia, it was announced today that all State Park rooms will be offered at a 55% discount to those fleeing the hurricane. I do not know if the park campgrounds are offering that same price discount or ...  more
    • Suzan and Art
      Texas Two Steppers
      September 12 We have a full hookup site if you drive this far.  Fannett, Tex