RVs are designed to allow you to camp however you like to camp – whether you love having modern conveniences or you’re going for a more off-the-grid experience. Read about basic camping styles here, and see what sounds the most like you.
An RV campground with full hookups allows you to use power, water, and sewer services as you would in your home. All the conveniences and amenities in your RV and at the campground are at your fingertips, and chances are you’ll have plenty of other RVers to socialize with.
Some RV campgrounds offer partial hookups that allow you to tap into power and watersupplies, but not sewer service. Such sites require you to plan ahead, and empty your holding tanks at a dumping station before you arrive onsite.
Boondocking is camping without hookups. Power will come from your generator, batteries, and solar power system (if applicable), which means you’ll have a more limited supply. Planning ahead is key, so bring plenty of extra food and drinking water, empty your holding tanks, and bring any other supplies you’ll need in for a more rugged experience.