When Boondockers Finally Go to an RV Park

Every once in a while, even hardcore boondockers pull out their wallets and check into an RV park. On these rare occasions, it’s important to make the most of it. So, let’s go over a list of things to do when boondockers go to an RV park. These are just…

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Make Your RV Shine Again

The majority of RV exteriors are fiberglass with a gel coat finish. Fiberglass is lightweight and durable, which is important for a motorhome or trailer. What is Gel Coat? Gel coat is a synthetic resin used to coat and protect the fiberglass. It’s very thin, and bonded to the fiberglass…

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Resolving RV Toilet Issues

In contrast to a residential toilet, an RV toilet flushes down into a holding tank (commonly called the black tank) rather than the sewer. This can cause a few different issues, including clogs and odors. First, let’s explore the issue of clogged RV toilets and holding tanks. Avoiding a Clogged…

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USB Ceiling Fan DIY Project for RV Boondocking

This is a very simple RV DIY project you can do for around $30, or less. Likewise, it works best if your RV has  a carpeted ceiling. All you need is a USB fan, a USB battery pack, and some industrial strength velcro. First, velcro the fan’s stand, with the…

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Tips for Fueling Up Your RV

Pulling into a gas station can be a high-stress ordeal for newbie Rvers; the challenge is maneuvering such a large vehicle around in a small space. If you drive a truck camper or a class B van, then most any gas station will do. But the bigger your rig, the…

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Utah’s Spectacular National Parks

The National Parks of Utah have some of the most surreal and other worldly landscapes in America. Utah quite rightly belongs on the “must-see” list of any RVer and boondocker. Magnificent and towering red sandstone cliffs, deep, wooded canyons, unusual rock formations and ancient petroglyphs attract visitors from all over…

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