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  • California Suzanne
    California SuzanneBoondockers Welcome (subscription service):
    June 24What do you do for water replacement when you are boondocking? Solar can provide the electricity. And there are dump stations available. But water?
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    • California Suzanne
      CarlC June 24 Really varies by location.  I have found water "stores" and vending machines in some of the southwest.  Sometimes you can go to a nearby campground and pay to dump and fill water for a reasonable fee.  Some truck stops have potable water.&n...  more
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    • California Suzanne
      Carlos & Moriah June 24 Two key questions would be for how long, and what do you do with your water?  We only drink bottled when camping, so the tank can be filled with just about anything.  We don't need it to be great water.  I've never seen dump stations withou...  more
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      • California Suzanne
        California Suzanne June 24 Mostly dishes, shower and toilet.  I was surprised how much water I used over my recent 2 day adventure (first one in the RV). Good to know the dump stations have water too. Thanks!
      • California Suzanne
        LarandSus June 24 I wouldn't wash dishes with non potable water though.
      • California Suzanne
        Carlos & Moriah June 25 If you are using a lot of water, consider a few things.  For one, get super low-flow spray heads that have an efficient needle pattern.  Our dishwashing sink has one, it reduced water usage to near nothing.  It can be annoying slow to fill ...  more
    • California Suzanne
      Mike & Pat and Chris June 24 Fuel stops, city and county parks even cemeteries have water. Just ask. I avoid fresh water at the dump stations - some are local k I’m sure but just my caution.
      Mike
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    • California Suzanne
      dennis/becky tuchalski June 24 Some folks use whatever form of water they can get and filter it. Berkey filters or equal are excellent. Our last guests have use a jerry can filter. There are numerous out there
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    • California Suzanne
      Mike and Donna Wagner June 24 There is another group that is for Boondockers - and this one is for the paid website Boondockers Welcome.com. So if you want to park on private lands, with permission of Boondockers Welcome Hosts - often the Hosts will have water available, and many time...  more
    • California Suzanne
      Cinn June 24 For LOTS of boondocking tips & info, join this group instead: https://www.rvillage.com/group/77/boondockers
    • California Suzanne
      WeareMovinforward June 24 I have a 7gl drinking water container that I fill with filtered water for coffee and food (and a drop for my scotch). We have a smaller TT only 30 gl fresh tank. We are very stingy with water. IE. military shower rinse dishes with the Faucet cracked. It’...  more
    • California Suzanne
      Jim & Sharon Ham June 24 Your question really has two distinct answers.  If you are willing to move the RV to a water source, then lots of choices are available.  We have even received water from a Walmart Garden Center tap after spending the night.  Just ask and t...  more
    • California Suzanne
      Outofsightadventures June 24 Depends...we start with a full fresh tank and if we are near a body of fresh water we fill collapsible jugs and filter with berkey, otherwise find nearby water source (sometimes a gas station, sometimes a nearby campground-w permission for both, rest stop...  more
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