From the bloggers at Winnebago Life.
When you full-time RV during your twenties, saving money on expenses is almost as important as exploring awesome places.
One of the easiest ways we’ve been able to cut costs while RVing is to find free (or almost free) places to camp. However, most of our free camping up until recently involved staying in friend’s driveways or random strangers’ homes. Alyssa and I hadn’t really ventured into remote boondocking on BLM or national forest land.
To be honest, I wasn’t really sure about parking our RV in remote areas. What if our RV gets stuck or broken down and we have no service? How will I know if I’m camping in a legal spot? These are the thoughts that ran through my head when I thought about wild camping.
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