One dictionary defines
as slang for rough backwoods or bush country. The term boondocking,
also known to RV enthusiast as dispersed camping, dry camping or
is used to describe camping in the midst of nature without the use of commercial
campgrounds and hookups.
The Boondocking Guide
is dedicated to sharing knowledge about the many beautiful
and interesting boondocking sites in North America, with special
emphasis on western Canada, United States and Mexico. Included are mapped
directions to get to boondocking sites located in the
United States as well as to plan your overnight rest stops while travelling from
Term Visitor Areas (LTVA) in Arizona and California are featured
for your information as well as some excellent links to other free or low cost
North America. Be sure to click on Dean's List and, for
those headed for the Phoenix area, check out the
Special Announcement on the
page for Google Maps GPS rest area coordinates and elevations to
help plan your trip. You can download and save these coordinates as a POI (Point of
Interest) file for your favorite GPS unit or print a hard copy using the Adobe
Portable Document Format (PDF).
From the Routes page, you can
access our cellular phone, internet, email and money conversion
With your suggestions
and input, it is hoped that the Boondocking Guide will continue to be one
of the best boondocking information sites on the internet.
C. Patrick Waters
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Last Site Update: Mar. 25, 2016