RV Camping

Recommended Books About RVing and Camping

Guide to Free Campgrounds: Includes Campgrounds $12 and Under in the United States (Don Wright’s Guide to Free Campgrounds)

Guide to Free Campgrounds is a guidebook of all US campgrounds with overnight camping fees of $12 or less, including thousands that are free. This book will pay for itself the first time it is used.

It includes nearly 12,000 campgrounds that include national parks, national forests, Bureau of Land Management, Bureau of Reclamation, Corps of Engineers, state parks and forests, wildlife areas, small mom-and-pop campgrounds, and thousands of city and county parks with camping.

The Next EXIT 2021 (Next Exit: The Most Complete Interstate Highway Guide Ever Printed)


The most complete guide of USA Interstate Highway exit services ever printed. Gas, food, lodging, shopping, and other services, find everything you need in the windshield, not the rear view mirror! Updated annually, this traveler’s bible is the golden standard for finding services at every USA Interstate Highway exit. Made in the USA

Best RV Tips from RVTipOfTheDay.com by Steven Fletcher

These Best RV Tips come from fellow RVers, weekenders to life-timers, who have “been there, done that.” and happily share their experiences so you don’t have to learn the hard way.

No matter if you use your RV just a few weekends and holidays a year or make it your full time home, you will find tips that will make your RV travels easier, safer and more enjoyable. You’ll find tips that will save you time and money. You will find tips on getting your mail while traveling, internet access, boondocking, and work camping. You’ll learn how to save money on camping fees just by choosing where to stay and staying longer. You will get tips on how you can customize your RV to make your home.

This book and includes over 400 tips. You pay pennies for tips that can save you hundreds of dollars.

RV Camping in State Parks

Millions of Americans enjoy camping in state parks every year. This book is designed to make finding RV-friendly state parks easier. Included is information on nearly 1,750 state parks, forests, and recreation areas in 49 states that offer accommodations for RVers.

RV Camping in State Parks includes:

  • State Maps
  • Directions
  • Contact Information
  • Total Number of RV Sites
  • Number of Sites with Hookups
  • Amenities and Facilities
  • Activities and Attractions
  • Wireless Internet Access
  • GPS Coordinates

A Beginner’s Guide to Living in an RV: Everything I Wish I Knew Before Full-Time RVing Across America

UPDATED 2020 EDITION – When my husband and I started full-time RVing, we knew nothing about RV living. We made it up as we traveled to all fifty states, constantly googling things like “how to RV” and “what is boondocking?” Meanwhile, we flooded the bathroom, took ice-cold showers, and got stuck in the mud.

Now, we’ve been full-timing for over three years and we’ve learned the ins and outs of RVing America.

In this guide, I answer all of the most common questions we receive about RV living, from how to choose the right RV to how we get mail on the road, to how to find free camping.

This guide is for anyone exploring the RV lifestyle and looking for RVing books to help make the transition easier. Also, because I want to make sure this book is valuable for you, below you can see a few specific areas of RVing I cover.

A few topics I cover in the guide:
– How to find great internet on the road
– The costs of full-time RVing
– Whether or not to tow a car behind your RV
– What we do for health insurance while traveling
– The best RVing clubs and memberships
– Our favorite apps for RVers

RV Camping in Corps of Engineers Parks: Guide to 644 Campgrounds at 210 Lakes in 34 States

Completely revised and updated for 2019, this is the best guide to all RV-friendly camping areas operated by the Corps of Engineers. It’s perfect for RV travelers because all of the hike-in, boat-in and tent only camping areas are not included, making it very easy to locate campgrounds that can accommodate RVs.

Of all the public lands, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has some of the best parks and campgrounds available. In fact, they are the largest federal provider of outdoor recreation in the nation.

Detailed campground information includes:

  • Season of operation
  • Number and type of sites
  • Number of sites with hookups
  • Camping fees
  • Amenities and Facilities
  • Directions

The Complete Book of Boondock RVing: Camping Off the Beaten Path

Here’s Your Guide to Camping Off the Beaten Path

Ever feel frustrated by crowded RV parks? Yearn to camp out in the wild beside a babbling mountain brook or before a remote panoramic vista? Bill and Jan Moeller have been doing just that for more than thirty years, and The Complete Book of Boondock RVing is their complete guide to camping without hookups (aka “dry camping”). Whether you’re planning to spend an occasional overnight in a parking lot or an extended stay in the wilderness, you’ll learn how to equip your rig for boondocking, find great campsites, manage and conserve electricity and water, and camp in complete RV comfort and convenience.

  • Increase your independence by learning how to camp “off the grid”
  • Save money by finding cheap or free campsites anywhere–even in large cities
  • Ensure your comfort, convenience, and safety when camping in the boonies
  • Learn how to conserve and manage electricity, water, and waste, and to establish reliable communications
  • Enjoy the quiet, solitude, and beauty of nature by getting away from crowded RV campgrounds