The Official Boondocking Guide for RV Living

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Here’s our official boondocking guide for RV Living! During the 2019 Xscapers Bash in Lake Havasu, Arizona we presented our Boondocking 101 Guide.

Below you can watch the video and look at each of the individual slides. If you want to stay up to date we each FREE boondocking site we visit, sign up for our Vibe Tribe Exclusive Newsletter or subscribe to our YouTube Channel. 

Here’s the Boondocking Guide Presentation:

 

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5 comments

  1. Thank you so much! My husband and I are newbies in the RV world. We are newly retired as well. We have a small
    tear drop trailer, Tab 400. Total length 18 ft, fair clearance . We plan seeking out a number of your suggestion sites. I get excited just reviewing them! We will keep in touch .

  2. Thank you for your treasure of information. My husband and I are planning a a 3 month trip from NJ to Idaho and back next summer and the more info we can get the better off I believe we’ll be. We plan on doing quite a bit of boondocking. Thank you and keep it coming
    Leslie and Bob
    From NJ

    1. You just as well see how beautiful Oregon is. Stay on Intersrate 84. You will go past the Columbia River gourge. There are places to camp along the way. The Oregon coast is fun. You can whale watch or walk the beach. I suggest Sea Side, Lincoln City, Depoe Bay, or Newport.

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