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What is dry camping?

Dry camping (AKA boondocking) It means you will have no hookups (no electricity, water or sewer) at your campsite or destination. Alot of campgrounds, lands and beaches have dry campsites. Can I take a shower, flush the toilet when dry camping? Yes, the only difference is you will have to monitor your usage or else your internal tanks can get full. The nice part is that you will have a monitor inside the RV to help you keep track of your levels. Here are a couple things you will need to monitor while dry camping. Gray Water tank: This is where all of your 🛁shower, 🧼soapy water, and sink water will be stored while dry camping. This tank can get full and over flow if not monitored. Black tank: This is the tank where all the toilet water waste 💩 is stored while dry camping. This tank can get full and over flow if not monitored. Fresh water: This is the tank where fresh water can be stored. This water can run out fairly quickly if not monitored as it will be used everytime you wash hands, take a shower or flush the toilet. Battery: The internal batteries will need to be monitored while dry camping too. Dry camping is not for everyone some people would rather have full amenities. Whatever it maybe we will make sure we provide world class training before your depart to your adventure! Book today!

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