ust look around, and you’ll discover “concealed” locations where you can park your RV for a week or a month in the desert southwest. You can stay outside the fenced area complimentary, but then you don’t get the hotsprings and shaded picnic tables.
For details on other towns, call the Bureau of Land Management. They can inform you exactly what’s readily available under their territory. The Woodall’s campground guide lists campgrounds that are totally free. Keep your eyes open for other RVs parked out in the desert or forest. Ask around. Other RVers will give you the finest information on RV outdoor camping.
RV outdoor camping can make for an excellent journey practically anywhere, but I think it is best in the west. Recreational Vehicle camping, or “boondocking” is growing in appeal. RV camping is typical in Winter in Arizona. If you ask around when you are in the desert southwest, you’ll discover there are RV communities that form every winter season…..