Winter’s coming: Try low-cost camping in the Southwestern deserts

by Bob Difley With winter’s chill just around the corner, many RVers are looking toward a season spent in the Desert Southwest. And why not? Wintering there offers some of the most frugal camping and boondocking opportunities available to RVers in the nation. What makes it possible are: (1) the abundance of public land managed by the Bureau of Land... Read More

Looking for a campground? Think alternatives

By Bob Difley Traveling unfamiliar territory and need a place to put up for the night? Pull out your Trailer Life or Woodall’s Campground Directory and find one, right? Or there’s always the National Association of RV Parks & Campgrounds that will point you to the fanciest of amenity-filled RV resorts or a near-the-freeway overnight mom-and-pop campground with easy in... Read More