Boondocking, or dry camping, refers to camping without any hookups. This usually means campers have to conserve the water available in their RV's freshwater tank. To help with this, we have compiled a short list of recipes that use minimal dishes, require minimal cleanup, and still taste amazing!
Boondocking Basics – Camp Off Grid Like A Pro!
Boondocking, or Dry Camping, is the term used to describe camping without power, water, or Sani hookups. A Boondockee and their RV must be completely self sufficient. Campers who choose to Boondock never have to worry about getting campground reservations, paying fees, or dealing with noisy neighbors. Boondocking allows you to explore anywhere you'd like!
Using Your RV’s Outdoor Kitchen!
An outdoor kitchen is arguably one of the most useful features in an RV, allowing you to prep your own meals without sacrificing your time spent in the great outdoors!
Pop Ups, Tent Trailers, And Folding Campers!
If you are not a fan of sleeping on the ground in a flimsy tent without amenities, but you lack the storage space, large budget, or the tow vehicle capable of hauling a full sized trailer, then a Folding Camper might be the right RV for you!
The OPUS Off Road Camper
OPUS has redesigned the classic pop up tent trailer with "tough luxury" features to take you across the most extreme terrain. If you love off grid camping but still enjoy the luxuries of normal camping, look no further than OPUS!