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2024 Xscapers Annual Bash Recap

Imagine a world where the open road stretches out before you, beckoning you to new adventures and unforgettable experiences. Now, picture that world coming to life at a celebration of freedom, community, and the sheer joy of getting a little bit weird. From January 13th to January 21st, 2024, RV

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47 RV Boondocking Tips You Need To Know

If you’re curious about boondocking in your RV, these RV boondocking tips will help you enjoy a truly independent and natural camping experience. Boondocking is a fantastic way to immerse yourself in nature and disconnect from the usual comforts of RV parks or campgrounds. However, since you’re away from regular

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RV Travel

What Stores Allow Overnight RV Parking?

Have you ever wondered what stores allow overnight RV parking? There are many empty parking lots all over America after the stores close. So why don’t RVers take advantage of them all for overnight parking? Well, some stores allow overnight RV parking while others don’t. It all depends on city

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2024 Eclipse RV Camping Options

In August of 2017 a group of Xscapers converged upon the small town of Madras, Oregon in their RVs to view the solar eclipse. It was a bucket list activity that was checked off for everyone there as the Moon slid in between the Sun and the Earth and totality

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RV Safety & Maintenance

Boondocker’s Digest Part 3: RV Battery Bank

In this part in our Boondocker’s Digest series, we’re learning more about your RV battery bank and the types of batteries that keep your appliances running when you’re RVing off-grid.  What is the RV Battery Bank? When you park out in the boonies, your 12V battery bank, often referred to

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RV Safety & Maintenance

Boondocker’s Digest Part 2: Generators and Inverters

Article and photos by MARK NEMETH #45776 When you’re boondocking far away from electrical hookups, you’ll be operating your RV on its 12V battery system. Your house batteries will provide 12V power for lights, fans and appliance controls, but if you want to run AC appliances or devices, you’ll need

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RV Safety & Maintenance

Camping Off The Grid: Boondocker’s Digest Part 1

I love to Boondock! While I do stay in RV parks and campgrounds at times, my favorite place to park is out in the boonies. There’s nothing like watching deer graze in the woods next to your parking spot or listening to the soothing sound of flowing water. If you

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RV Travel

How Our Family Fell in Love with Mountain Biking on the Road

Kids and bicycles are as quintessential to the camping scene as roasted marshmallows and chocolate on graham crackers. But when those kids and their bicycles are taken off of the campground to explore the vast, seemingly limitless system of mountain biking trails that surround everywhere your RV travels may take

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