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After we mentioned boondocking in our episode on the five best travel apps, Melina received a text from a friend asking what boondocking was. Turns out, after talking to some of our other RV Newbie friends, our friend wasn't alone! Fast forward to this week, and we've adjusted our podcast schedule to bring you the answer!
Essentially, boondocking with your RV or travel trailer is staying somewhere outside a traditional campground where you don't have fresh water, sewer or power connections. Boondocking for us, is a safe night's sleep on our way to our other camping destinations!
In this episode we cover (and use the chapter markers in the episode navigation bar if you want to skip to a particular section):
- What boondocking is [0:59]
- The difference between RV boondocking, dry camping and dispersed camping [1:35]
- Why, when, and where to boondock [3:43]
- Boondocking etiquette (if you only listen to one section - let this be it!) [5:57]
- And we round out the episode with a review of our recent stay at Bronte Creek Provincial Park in Oakville, Ontario Canada [11:37]
Mentioned in this link:
How to find Crown Land Camping in Ontario, visit the Crown Land Policy Atlas
Camping on public lands in the USA, visit the Bureau of Land Management
For our review on Bronte Creek Provincial Park and links to activities, events and bookings, visit our Bronte Creek trip guide