RV Resources


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The best, most detailed boondocking guides around for those boondockers traveling to Utah, Texas, Arizona, New Mexico or California! Written by one of our favorite sites, based on their own experiences, Frugal RV Travel.


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For one annual membership fee that costs less than one night of camping, you will have access to this extensive list of free boondocking sites (600 and growing), plus their forum, plus you get a free boondocking ebook. No gimmick, boondockers cannot miss this opportunity for cheap rv living at Boondockers Welcome – Be My Guest RV Parking


The following list of links are affordable/useful ebooks that can provide inspiration or helpful tools along the way. They are 100% fully refundable if you don’t like them – so no worries if you aren’t satisfied.

Travel On $20 A Day Called Vanabode, this man and his wife create contagious enthusiasm and inspiration for those contemplating living the simple life, with tons of ideas and ways to make it happen.

Mountain Passes In US When excited rvers first set out, they don’t think much about steep mountain grades…until they are flying down them! Be prepared with this list!

Knowing Where To Dump A handy resource for knowing where to unload the black and gray water tanks.

RVing Checklists Nice checklists for those of us who are anal and organized as well as those of us who are completely the opposite!

Various Ways To Make Money On The Road This package can be a lifesaver and give you confidence to see you actually CAN do this! Comes with an immediate pdf file, a print copy and CD mailed to your home.

All Different RV 101 Type Topics Many different rv topics to get you started on your way…

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2 Responses to RV Resources

  1. Kristy says:

    Love your site! Though we are not boondockers, or living in our RV, we use it as our cycling launch point. We cycle recumbent trikes, quads and two-wheelers. My husband hated pulling a trailer behind our used 34′ Bounder, so we remodeled the inside to suit our purpose.

    We actually removed the dinette, moved the couch in it’s place and built a trike rack where the couch was. We also removed the carpeting and replaced it with the garage type flooring that you just roll out and cut to fit. It is still a work in progress, but it really works for our lifestyle and is easy, easy, easy to clean; especially when we bring the dogs on the trail with us!

    • Cheap RV Living says:

      Hi Kristy!

      You win the rving prize for creativity!! What a great idea(s) you came up with. We’re on a very limited budget but are stubborn enough to always find a way…SOME way…to think outside of the box. We are currently on the road, as you probably noted, but had to say hi and thanks for the sweet compliment and sharing your rv tips. Please stop by again and say hi when you get the chance!

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