From the bloggers at Do It Yourself RV.
There are lots of ways to camp in an RV. You can stay at a fancy resort with a heated pool and an onsite golf course, a state park with wooded sites and easy access to hiking trails, a KOA with lots of activities for the kids, or you could leave all that behind and strike out on your own for the ultimate RV experience — boondocking.
The term boondocking is used loosely to describe RVing outside of a campground with no hook-ups. It is commonly done in national forests, on BLM land, and occasionally in parking lots.
Boondocking requires a sense of adventure, a willingness to conserve resources, and a desire to enjoy nature. It also requires a few extra items that you might not already have in you RV.
With that in mind, here is your boondocking checklist with 10 essential items for a successful and enjoyable boondocking adventure.
All RVs come with either one or two house batteries that power things such as the lights, the water pump, and other 12 volt appliances. There are different types and brands of RV batteries that store varying amounts of power, and require varying amounts of maintenance.
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