Category: Camping Trailers

When you think of vintage RVs, the model that comes to mind may be an Airstream, a Shasta, a VW Westfalia conversion van, or maybe even a boxy Ford House Car. It’s possible there are childhood memories of a camper so fabulous that you wish you could find one and restore it and recapture the magic of days gone by.  Then again, maybe you were simply driving along when you saw a crazy looking retro camper that caught your eye and you haven’t been able to get it off your mind since. Whatever the reason and whatever the model, you have been feeling the yearning for a vintage RV.

Camping is all about enjoying the outdoors and finding time to relax away from our typically busy lives. When you really want to disconnect, the best way to do it is dry camping. Also called “boondocking,” dry camping is when you take your RV somewhere away from the typical stations and hook-ups of designated campgrounds.

Without the amenities of the campground, it’s important to know how best to conserve your water and electricity to fully enjoy your trip without running into problems, especially if you’re traveling with pets. Read our RV boondocking tips to learn great ways to maximize your dry camping outing.

25 foot RV boondocking with doors open parked near trees.

Illustration of small RV travel trailerNo doubt about it. RV camping is a big adventure. But you don’t need a big RV to have big-RV fun. A small RV can maximize your camping enjoyment while minimizing your costs. There are many kinds of small RVs on the market, and one is sure to fit your camping needs. Want to learn more facts about small RVs? Check out 10 Fast Facts for Small RVs.