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Whether you call it boondocking, dry camping, or “getting off the grid”, camping without an electrical connection requires some planning and preparation if you plan on staying out even a short period of time. Without a 120-volt electrical connection, you’ll be relying on your house batteries and will not be able to recharge them normally with an on-board converter. Dry Camping, Camping Survival, Camping Hacks, Camping Ideas, Tent Camping, Glamping, Rv Hacks, Camping Outdoors, Travel Trailer Camping
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How to Conserve 12-Volt Power When Boondocking

Camping in your RV with no electrical connection takes preparation and planning. In this article, learn a few tips for conserving power when boondocking.