No hookups means a finite supply of water, power, and propane. Often times, one is dependent on another, such as your propane heater also requiring battery power for the fan. They key to boondocking is to bring as much supply while limiting consumption. Here are some tips for doing both.
Most popup camper roofs are made of fiberglass while the roof vent is plastic. Since those two materials expand and contract at different rates when heated or cooled, caulking is needed to create a proper seal. That caulking must be regularly maintained to prevent leaks. Here’s how to do it.
An easy way to keep your camper clean is to store those dirty shoes on a shoe tray. Water will collect in the tray instead of on your camper’s floor, and the tray can be taken outside for a quick tap to remove any moisture or dirt.
Getting children to sleep after an exciting day of camping can be a real challenge – especially after eating too many smores around the campfire! Here are a few quick tips to get your children fast asleep.