The RVing lifestyle is really fun and adventurous. You get to travel to different places, see a lot of fascinating sites and get to taste different food, but other expenses, especially the gasoline will consume so much of your budget. What RVers look for is free RV camping sites in order to save some cash for the next days or months to come.
According to rvvagabond.com here are a few tips for finding free RV Camping Spots:
“If you’re stopping by Oklahoma, a city park in Elk City offers a free RV camping with access to electricity and water. Well, city parks are the best sites for free RV camping but they are harder to find. You can inquire at the Parks and Recreation Departments found on most city’s websites. Who knows, inquiring may get you a free overnight stay.
There are some National Forests and the National Park Service also have free good RV camping sites. In the Ozark National Forest in West Arkansas, for example, are several inexpensive developed campgrounds with beautiful lake views.
If you happen to be at Tennessee there are three free campgrounds for dry camping, one at the Meriwether Lewis National Monument on the Parkway south of Nashville in Central Tennessee. Water was available and the roads and sites turned out to be well paved and the very clean bathrooms, yo can also dump for free that the nearby Natchez Trace.”
There are actually many ways for you to save some cash while living on the road, you just have to be very vigilant in searching for those free RV campsites. Because the next time you travel to that place again, you sure know where to spend your RVing days.
Let us know your tips for finding free RV Camping below.