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Boondocking is camping off-grid without hookups. While this is often done on public lands in undeveloped camping areas, many National and State Park campgrounds don’t provide water, electricity, or sewer hookups at their campsites. So no matter where you go camping, it’s important to know how to boondock, or camp without hookups.
Since fresh water and waste tank capacities are such a limiting factor, you should look for an RV with larger tanks. For reference, our fifth wheel RV has a 100-gallon fresh water capacity, 75 grey, and 75 black. We could very comfortably go 2 weeks without hitting our limits.