How to find dump stations in unfamiliar territory

By Dave Helgeson Unless you plan to just park in the same RV resorts after becoming a fulltimer, you will more likely be doing some extensive traveling and probably some boondocking. You will experience the freedom to go where you want, when you want, no reservations and no checkout times. However, no matter how large your holding tanks are or how frugal... Read More

Conserve resources to extend boondocking days

  By Bob Difley Most fulltimers spend the majority of their nights in RV parks and resorts. But as fulltimers become more experienced, they start to spend more time boondocking, just to be distanced from neighbors close by, campground noise, and to enjoy the scenery and solitude of more natural areas. And as they become more comfortable with boondocking, you... Read More

Fulltimers are exposed to potentially unsafe water in campgrounds

Most people – RVers included – do not think much about the quality and safety of their water supply. And they also tend to overlook potentially unsafe water supplies when staring them in the face, such as at some RV parks. And fulltimers spend more time (like 24/7) in RV parks than part-time RVers, increasing their exposure to unsafe water. Here is info... Read More