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8th Installment of Boondocking Tips Available in Latest Issue of Escapees Magazine

Livingston, Texas- September 2022

  • Long time, full time RVer shares his eighth installment of Boondocker’s Digest series
  • RVer Mark Nemeth shares advice on escaping late summer heat through high elevation RVing

The latest installment of Boondocker’s Digest, a series from Mark Nemeth for Escapees magazine, focuses on boondocking in high elevations. A long time RVer known for his syndicated RV safety and maintenance column, Mark My Words, and his RV gadget review column, Gadget Box, Nemeth has been writing a series of articles for Escapees magazine, focused on helping fellow RVers try boondocking.

At a time when many RVers are trimming budgets due rising fuel and goods prices, boondocking has become more popular with more RVers interested in giving it a try. Nemeth’s advice demystifies boondocking, making the idea of going off-grid more approachable for new and long-time RVers. In the eighth part of this series, Nemeth guides RVers to consider checking out high-elevation camping in the southwest, avoiding the ever-popular, and often pricier, options such as the Pacific Northwest, South Dakota, and Montana.

“You can head north to Montana or the Dakotas, or spend the summer in the northwest along the coast, but a lot of other folks are heading there, too, and boondocking opportunities are a little limited. I prefer to head for the mountains. There are a lot of tall accessible mountains in Arizona, New Mexico, Colorado and Utah.”

To read the full article, and browse selected portions of the latest issue of Escapees magazine, click here. If you’re interested in contributing to future issues of Escapees magazine, visit the Escapees RV Club website.

About Escapees RV Club

Since 1978, Escapees has been a leader in supporting those who pursue the RVing lifestyle. The club was founded by full-time RVers, Joe and Kay Peterson, at a time when there was no support group for full-timers. Today, the club continues to grow and transform itself according to the needs of its members, supporting them through benefits and educational and social opportunities. Learn more about what is available to Escapees RV Club members at escapees.com.

Georgianne Austin
Communications Director
Escapees RV Club
georgianne@escapees.com

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