Learn about the different types of public lands in the U.S., tips to make your dry camping experience memorable, planning resources, safety tips, and much more about how to make reservations and several fun facts.
Ask an Airstreamer: Boondocking like a Pro
No Reservations? No Problem.
For most of us, camping is a way to escape people and get closer to nature. Traditional campgrounds provide an excellent base for those pursuits. But for a next-level, totally immersive outdoor experience, there’s nothing like off-grid, dispersed camping - a.k.a. boondocking. In this episode of Ask an Airstreamer, five veteran Airstream boondockers share their insight on this increasingly popular way to get away from it all.
Exploring Public Lands
Learn more about Nina and Eric
These adventurous ambassadors live in Chinle, AZ. Set in the heart of the Navajo Nation, the desert town may seem like the middle of nowhere to some. But for these two physicians, Chinle is the center of a world built on community service and outdoor adventure.
Learn more about Cass
Cass Beach is an intrepid traveler, roaming the country solo in her new Basecamp, going whichever way the wind blows. For this Airstreamer, making the decision to live full-time on the road was a natural progression in a lifestyle driven by wanderlust.
Learn more about the Longneckers
Traveling the country full-time with their 1972 Airstream 31-foot Sovereign Land Yacht, this family of six is on a journey. They are seekers of new experiences and adventures outside the ordinary.