Stay Safe from Mountain Lions While Camping

Mountain lions, also called pumas and cougars, are without a doubt, the apex predators of the west. These sleek, fast, and stealthy ambush predators have been known to attack both pets and people. While this is unusual, mountain lions are unpredictable and can be extremely dangerous. For example, a group…

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Coyote Safety Tips for Boondockers

The coyote is the most common predator you will encounter while boondocking. Understanding some basic coyote behavior and following a few safety tips, you should not have a problem with these cunning canines. Shop coyote deterrents on Amazon. About the Coyote The coyote is a very adaptable animal; once confined…

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Tips for Using Free Campsite Apps and Websites

Most fulltime RVers know about freecampsites.net and Campendium.com. These websites, as well as many smartphone apps, are invaluable for finding both free and paid places to camp. Not only do they pinpoint locations with GPS coordinates, but they also have useful reviews from other campers. However, there are a few…

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RV Boondocking: 8 Essential Tips for Newbies

Here are 8 RV boondocking tips you will find invaluable! RV boondocking; the sense of solitude, the vast natural vistas, and it’s free! It will be just you, the sky, the mountains, the birds, the trees, and your RV, with a real kitchen, a full bathroom, and a queen size…

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Places to Find Fresh Water on the Road

If you have been dry camping for days, or even weeks, one of the first things you’ll need to do is fill up on fresh water. Here are a few tips on where to find it, other than a paid campground. Dump Stations This may be the first place to…

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4 Places to Avoid in Your RV

RV travel can either be carefree living or a total disaster. Without paying attention to road and weather conditions, your next move could end in tragedy. Driving on a Narrow Road with No Turnaround One of the scariest places for an RV to is at the end of a long,…

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