Traditional campgrounds can also be crowded and noisy. It can sometimes feel like the opposite experience you are seeking by getting away from civilization and into nature.
That may be why you are looking for cheap or free RV camping sites and that's why I'm here to help. I'm going to introduce you to boondocking in off-the-beaten-path campsites and then teach you how to find them.
Buckle up because we're going to cover a lot of helpful information and valuable resources!
But First, What is Boondocking?
Simply put, boondocking is self-contained camping without any access to commercial services like water, power or sewer. A lot of boondockers go to off-the-grid, remote areas to truly disconnect from city life.
However, boondocking can also be near a city. For example, sleeping overnight in a parking lot while on a long road trip, is considered boondocking.
Other common names for boondocking include dry camping, wild camping, and primitive camping.