If this RV travel guide saved you 0 for every month that you travel, would you travel sooner? For example, we know that many free camping options exist because we've found them. For more than a decade we've been looking for an RV travel guide that gives us the information we most need. We've searched but, so far, have never found a guide book that's written expressly to help us save money on our travels.Whether you camp in a tent, dry camp in an RV, or camp with all of the amenities, these e-books offer something for everyone.
It is a valuable guide to getting the most out of your trip while saving the most too.
If we've spent our money on an attraction that we didn't feel met our expectations, we'll tell you about it.
And, if it is bound to cost more in fuel to drive to the free camping area than using the nearest pay campground, then it's not really free is it?
From years of frugal RV travel, I know of many ways you can cut your travel costs but none is as important as knowing where to find the best low-cost and free camping.
Luckily for us, in many areas of North America, including the most scenic states (Texas, New Mexico, Arizona, Utah, California, and Colorado) there are still plenty of free, scenic, legal, and safe camping areas.