Tips for off grid camping in your motorhome

Published in Caravan Guard News, Motorhoming Top Tips on   - 3 Comments

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  1. Tyler C. says:

    We’ve been full-time RVing for over 5 years now, and boondocking is our favorite way to camp. Over this time, we’ve picked up quite a few tricks for extending our off-grid stays and making the most of the resources we have. Most of these tips are things we still do every time we boondock.

  2. Alan says:

    I’m surprised that for off-grid camping you are talking about using generators & air-conditioning (both noisy), outside grills, and mobile signal boosters (generally illegal unless you hold a license), but treat a water filter as optional? You also talk at one point about putting up an awning, but then mention later on that you shouldn’t use one. When we wild camp we try and be as unobtrusive as possible, abide by any local regulations, and try to image what we’d feel like if somebody else was parked outside of our house in the same way.

  3. Chris and Sharon Neave says:

    Good article with helpful advice. Having a motorhome with solar panel to keep battery topped up and gas for cooking and heating we have found Britstops very good when travelling East Anglia to Scotland.

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