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  1. LEAVE NO TRACE. Dispersed camping and RV living go hand in hand. We do our best to keep our public lands clean. Hopefully you find this video inspiring and share it with your friends. While boondocking just outside Flagstaff, Arizona we start to realize there are large amounts of trash dumped in the surrounding area. On a daily basis we pick up what we can and throw it away when we venture in to the local grocery store. But we find ourselves wanting to clean up even more so we contact the local ranger station to ask if we can bring in a big load of trash and use their dumpsters.
  2. On our way to meet up with some fellow Xscapers we stop off at Truck Haven for some shut eye. The next day we find some free camping near Yuma Arizona, American Girl Mine to be exact. RVing is more fun with friends! A few weeks ago we met Jill and Curt at the Xscapers annual bash. Instantly being connected through off roading, they invited us down to boondock near American Girl Mine just north west of Yuma Arizona. Over the the next few days we did some exploring, off roading and smoked some delicious meats together. We also go to the valley of the names and drive to the bottom of American Girl mine, this is a fun one! Hope you enjoy!
  3. We are in Barstow California for the annual desert clean up and prerunning! this is an amazing event where overlanders, campers and outdoor enthusiasts get together and clean a local desert. It's a great event, the desert community gets together with many sponsors. They provide, all the cleaning supplies, dumpsters, t-shirts and event a huge raffle. We went out with the toy hauler, filled the truck with trash and watched some trucks jump. Hopefully this catches on!
  4. Hi everyone. My wife Patricia and I just joined full time Rving on Aug. 29th. we left Maine and have traveled across the upper U.S. mostly staying at state parks and Walmart's. We are currently at Buffalo Gap Grasslands in SD. and love it. My question is, When we leave here we are heading to Gig Harbor WA. and would like to find BLM land to spend the night on in Montana off from I 90 if possible. Do any of you know if there is any? Thank you, Kelly & Pat Mainers on the move
  5. There seems to be a huge thirst for backcountry boondocking within the RV community, yet too it appears that many have a hard time figuring out where they can and can't go to camp. Earlier this fall I put together a video that shows how to find that perfect spot before you even leave home, and today it's still the most-watched video on Grand Adventure. If you want to boondock, but need help figuring out where you can, this video shares my secrets behind finding that perfect spot: Hope it helps someone!
  6. I posted an article yesterday about where I should boondock at Quartzsite and haven't got any feedback yet, so I thought you kind folks might be able to help me out this morning. We're on our way to Quartzsite later today to boondock for at least a week to 10 days. The long-term travel spots are still considered "in season" till April 15, meaning we'd have to pay $40 for a spot with a dump station. Or we can camp out at one of the free BLM properties and come into town every few days to dump at the RV Pit Stop, which costs $15 + costs for water. Any recommendations on which I should choose and any specific sites in particular? Thanks in advance! Young Fulltimers
  7. I'm headed to Arizona in October to spend my first Winter away from Michigan. I'm setup for boondocking and have been living in my rig for the past several months in a local campground while I finish up work before I resign in October. My question is about best location for a first timer. I don't mind neighbors, in fact would welcome some experienced folks not real far away while I'm learning the ropes. Been looking at Imperial dam area in Yuma or Quartzsite. Not looking to move around a lot and am fine with the LTVA's. Just don't wanna crowd anybody but don't need the miles of solitute some seem to want either. Any recommendations for an area to start? Somewhere where green horns are welcome, (or at least tolerated) and reasonable distances to water and dump stations? Thanks, Andy
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