Staying Connected Online From Your RV Internet

If you are traveling, and especially, if you like to go boondocking off grid in your RV, you often won’t have cellphone service, or an internet connection. That is a simple fact. In order to optimize your chances of getting cell service while on the road, and while off grid,…

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Pre-Flight RV Check List

Before you take off in your RV, there are a lot of little things to remember before pulling out. It’s a great idea to create a checklist which you can use to remember all the vital steps. What should be on such a checklist? Below are a few ideas to…

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5 Newbie RV Mistakes

Your first RV is exciting, and will open a whole world of exciting and new travel experiences. Although you may be eager to get started on your first trip, please heed the tips below to make sure you don’t make a ‘newbie’ mistake. Here are a few RVing mistakes which…

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Camping Furniture You Should Have For Your Next Trip

Camping conjures up images of campfires, tents, sleeping bags and generally roughing it. However, now there are so many pieces of furniture available for use in camping, you can deck out your campsite to look almost as good as your home. There are lounge chairs available, ottomans, tables and lamps…

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Hickison Petroglyphs Compilation

Hickison petroglyphs is on Highway 50, between Austin and Ely in Nevada. Free RV boondocking, bring your own water!





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Strawberry Creek Great Basin NV Free Camping NOT RV Friendly!

I broke my own rules, and didn’t pre-scout the location! Strawberry Creek is only appropriate for vans and truck campers, maybe a 20′ Class C, but not for any average motorhome. Mine is 26′, which is considered on the small side, and I almost thought I was going to get stuck! NO room to turn around.





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Bob Scott Campground NV Boondocking with Water

There’s communal water and flush toilets at Bob Scott, and the high elevation keeps the temperatures down a bit. The paid area is 10 campsites for $10 a day, and there are 4-5 “free” sites just outside the entrance. Other RVers mentioned “out back, behind” but it looks like the powers that be fenced that off. Continue reading

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Fulltime RV Red Rock Canyon Park Las Vegas

This is west of Las Vegas, going on Charleston Ave, about 20 miles out. This was after days of rain, so the colors and the clouds were really brilliant! Continue reading

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Boondocking Recon Fulltime RV Lake Tahoe

I did a recon on the boondocking sites in the Lake Tahoe area, area, with updated GPS coordinates. Did not come up with much appropriate for my RV.

Before driving into any of these areas, check it out first! The terrain around Tahoe can be very rough, and not suitable for RVs.

Luther Pass Rd: GPS: 38.79 -120.0002

West Walker River Dispersed: GPS: 38.7659 -119.9418

Tahoe Rim Trail: GPS: 39.0891 -119.8974







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