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Old 09-27-2013, 06:37 AM   #1
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How to find places to stay?

Question- How do you fulltimers find places to stay and park your rig without staying in a campground.
I see a lot of fulltimers do this to save some cost and then where do you dump and also get fresh water.
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There is a lot of info in the Boondocking forum.
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Old 09-27-2013, 07:23 AM   #3
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www.rvdumpstations.info listed by state.
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Old 09-27-2013, 09:20 AM   #4
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Thanks for the links I will check them out.
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I'm not trying to hijack this thread but my initial reading of the title had a different meaning to me other than dry-camping.

Is there a place on the Internet that lists places other-than camp grounds where you can rent/buy a site for a season?
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Another good search is USDAFS dispersed camping, or BLM dispersed camping.
We have found that many forest service campgrounds have fresh water and dump stations that charge $5.00 to dump and $5.00 to fill with water.
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My husband uses an iphone app that is called Allstays. I think it was $10.00 and well worth it. Lists everything from Walmarts, Costcos, BLM Campgrounds, Private Campgrounds, COE parks, Military, KOA parks, plus much more with maps and directions to every location. Check it out.

Only trouble is I have to drive so he can play with the app! haha
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About supper time, we like to find a restaurant/bar on the edge of town that has ample parking. Before ordering, we ask if we can park for the night in the back of the lot. Never been turned down and we've met some great people doing it.
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Woah, PyrateSilly, that's a great list!
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