This week we decided to go a little off script from sharing our adventure to sharing some great camping spots. It’s a nice short and sweet video. Whether you are new to Vanlife or have been at it for a while you seem to be always looking for the best boondocking spots. During our last trip from Oregon to Northern California Coast we stumbled across several amazing boondocking spots. For those of you new to the term boondocking it is a widely used term by RVers and Vanlifers when you utilize a free camping spot without being connected to water, electricity or sewer. Since you are not connected to any amenities this is also considered dry camping. So we are going to share with you four amazing boondocking spots we found. (just a disclaimer that these locations can be from time to time made off limits for dry camping, but to the best of our knowledge at the time of writing this blog, these are ‘ok’. We are also lucky it is the Winter season so there is a lot more flexibility since the crowds are very small!)
For those of you who have recently joined RGBadventures (Rane, Greg and Bode) you know we are new to vlogging and trying to grow our subscribers. Youtube requires you to have 100 subscribers before you can have a channel, so we are hoping to use this video to excite you to join us on our adventures. For those of you who are part of the first 100 subscribers, we will send you a detailed email on how to find these four top secret spots! As we have watched a number of videos people hint where the spots are but never tell you, so we want to make your trips easier by giving you more detailed insight, so subscribe to learn! Each one of these spots were quiet, very little to no traffic, no bright lights flooding your rig and fantastic ocean views!
We hope you enjoy this short video that highlights spots on the Central Oregon Coast, Humboldt County, Mendocino County and Sonoma County.
In our next blog and vlog, we will go more into detail exploring Humboldt Redwoods State Park, the Avenue of the Giants, Mendocino and Sonoma County and you will get better context of these amazing spots. We’ll also share with you free RV dump stops and water refill opportunities along the way. I almost forgot we will share with you a great offer California State Park System gives to people with disabilities and how to take advantage of this great offer! Greg is going to share his top 5 tips for new RVers and his Boldt BL review, as we have heard there are very few reviews of the new BL and folks would like to hear from us. So stay tuned next week!
Check out our boondocking video on Youtube! Don’t forget to subscribe.