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Gear Junkie: 7 tips for ‘boondocking’ your camper

From the bloggers at Gear Junkie

To truly appreciate your RV or camping trailer, you’ve got to take it off the grid once in a while. Here are seven keys to ensure you’re ready for a rustic adventure.

As Gear Junkie’s Mobile Office, we have to be ready to go anywhere. This means being prepared to go off grid without hookups to water, power, or the sewer system for several days.

To do this, we live and work full time out of our 17-foot Casita Travel Trailer. The trailer is set up so we can stay at established campsites with hookups, or go off grid—a.k.a. “boondocking”—without hookups for a week at a time.

Going off grid is awesome! It gives us the freedom to get out into the boonies and away from packed campsites.

Whether you have a travel trailer or want to get away from it all for a few days, here are seven things to prepare before you go off grid.

To read the full story by Gear Junkie, click here.

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