From the bloggers at RV Wheel Life.
Hundreds of thousands of RV boondockers camp on BLM (Bureau of Land Management) near Quartzsite, Ariz. each winter. Boondocking, a term synonymous with ‘dry camping,’ is when RVers live off what they carry with them. They use generators and solar to charge their batteries for electricity and propane for cooking.
Because there are no utility hook-ups on BLM land, the camping fees are minimal. A 14-day stay runs $40; a season pass for up to seven months costs $180.
Each winter dozens of RV groups including the Escapees RV Club, use Quartzsite as a gathering place for annual get-togethers.
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