Cut RVing expenses by saving on camping fees High gas prices have increased the cost of RVing in recent times,
forcing many RVers to find ways to save and dollar here and there. One
way to save is obvious: cut down campground fees. Here are some ways to do it.
Take a One-Gallon Shower Dry camp longer: conserve fresh-water usage plus decrease the amount of water going into your grey tank by taking more efficient showers. Often called a "Navy" shower, this is a technique the Navy uses to decrease the amount of shower water an individual uses. Test it for your RV shower.
RV Campgrounds: Many choices, many price ranges When it comes to finding a campground, RVers have many choices, from
elegant RV parks with swimming pools, saunas, libaries and
entertainment halls, to state parks with limited facilities, to
barebones "boondocking" sites where a level plot of dirt is about all
you'll get. Campsites can cost $50 night or they can be free.
What is boondocking? The terms boondocking and dry camping can mean different things to different RVers, sometimes resulting in confusion. What we really need is a new term for casino and WalMart parking lot stays.
Why many RVers are attracted to Thousand Trails Camping Thousand Trails is one of the most popular membership private campgrounds in America. With the shared resources of the NACO and Leisure Time Resorts (TTNLTR) systems, Thousand Trail's 50+plus preserves are considered among the most desireable campgrounds in the country. Each offers a mix of resort-style amenities and outdoor recreation.