Category: Motorhomes

They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. However, there is such a thing as free RV camping. In fact, President Roosevelt called for the creation of free campgrounds on Federal lands when he addressed Congress in 1901. (Although at that time he wasn’t referring to RVs!)

Now commonly referred to as boondocking, camping free of charge is real, but it isn’t for everyone. Boondocking isn’t officially defined but the term stems from the expression “boondocks” that refers to a remote area. Overnight RV parking places such as truck stops, Wal-Mart parking lots, or campgrounds in which RV hookups aren’t available may not necessarily seem remote, but are all generally lumped into the boondocking category.

Money in a walletGood things do come in small packages – even when it comes to RVs. What small RVs lack in size, they more than make up for in freedom. Unlike their larger counterparts, these fun-sized campers aren’t limited to wide-open, asphalted RV parks. They can go almost anywhere the road takes you – the wilderness, across the country, or your favorite local campground.

When it comes to buying a RV for your camping adventures or family vacations, you’re probably thinking about budget and how a motorhome purchase may allow you to maximize your vacation dollars while still having plenty of fun. You might be questioning, “should I buy new or used?” Both options are a great way to make sure having fun is exactly what you’re doing.

Coachmen Leprechaun vs Coachmen Freelander