If you’re new to the RVing scene, you might not be familiar with the campground alternative known as “boondocking”. Simply put, boondocking is when you camp out in the open instead of paying to camp at a campsite. You use only what you’ve packed and things you can find in nature, and you don’t have access to any utility hookups. Fortunately, motorhomes come equipped with everything you need, so you aren’t “roughing it” but rather just living conservatively. Does boondocking sound like something you’d like to try? Our team at Indiana RV Rental and Sales has put together a list of do’s and don’ts to help you get started.
Whether you’re renting an RV or have a motorhome of your own, Indiana has a lot to offer for RV excursions. With scenic outdoor parks and lakes, the Hoosier state is home to some of the best RV parks for camping. At Indiana RV Rental and Sales, we’ve taken a look at some of the top-rated campgrounds in the state.