Wild Camping

We love being out in the wild. While staying in a campground with lots of amenities and full hookups has its allure, our absolute favorite type of camping is Boondocking or as we like to say, Wild Camping!

There is nothing better than driving deep into the wild where the views are never ending and the sounds are au nat-ur-el!

Sure there are no hook ups (water, electric, cable or sewer) but it doesn’t mean you have to live like a heathen. Afterall, the beauty of traveling in an RV, is traveling with all the comforts of home no matter where you park it!

A major bonus of Wild Camping is a reduced carbon footprint and lower costs from your travels. When I mention the words eco-friendly and RV in the same sentence, most every time it’s met with a roll of the eyes and a scoff.  I can’t say I blame the naysayers, before being an RV’er I thought the same way:  “RV’s can’t be green, right?”  But that’s why we share, to challenge the way people think about RV’ing and travel in general.  

Below is a collection of videos and information that we hope inspires you to get out there, in the wild, and experience life, travel and RV’ing in an unexpected way.

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  • Terrence R. Redding

    May 17, 2017 Reply

    I am moving from summer month long bumper pull nation-wide trips to under an under 30-foot motor coach for business and adventure. Along the way, I discovered your blogs. Thank you so very much for sharing your ideas and experiences. Easy to watch, focused and content rich. You are truly appreciated.

  • Ramy

    February 9, 2017 Reply

    It is possible . . .

    Long shower - off the grid

    Washing machine - off the grid

    2 tests - for RV

    For capacity lithium battery

  • Mark

    December 30, 2016 Reply

    Hi--can you recommend a good/honest used RV broker in Texas? I don't have time to do myself. I'd like to buy a used class B for use the spring/summer to see Western National Parks then sell RV next winter. As I'm still working, the concept would be to do over several months: see park for long weekend, park at nearest airport & go back in a couple weeks for next spot etc.

  • Gayle Bell

    August 24, 2016 Reply

    I just love you guys! I have been following you through your RV adventures and now on your beautiful sailboat. What a wonderful and exciting life you have. I enjoy every post and video. Thanks for all the wonderful advice and idea you give all of us. We are planning our RV life soon and will be fulltiming around good ole USA and taking all your advise with us. Please never stop sharing your wonderful life with us, I look forward to all your adventures.......Be safe!!!

  • Bradley Williams

    August 20, 2016 Reply

    You guys are Awesome! I am just beeginning to plan my full time RVing.

  • Olivia Ballars

    July 22, 2016 Reply

    Hey! I've been thinking about buying a camper and parking it in Florida.. I was wondering if you guys knew if there are alternatives to solar panels to get electricity? And also, how do you guys refill your water tanks? Thanks for taking the time to read my email, I really appreciate it. You guys have helped me so much, I am very grateful!! Thank you!!

  • Réjean Robidoux

    July 6, 2016 Reply

    Bonjour from Canada
    I like your blog but I can not read your sailboaut blog.

    in french : J'ai eu beaucoup de plaisir à lire votre blog. Mais depuis que vous êtes en mer je n'arrive plus à vous lire.
    Votre page fige. Je suis triste .I'm sad about that.

    • Jason Wynn

      July 8, 2016 Reply

      I am not sure why it freezes. Is your web browser up to date? We have not heard of this issue from anyone else, I hope it sorts out.

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