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Old 12-01-2019, 10:55 PM   #1
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Boondocking in or around Quartzsite AZ, this winter 2020

Howdy All,


Last winter we had our first experience long term camping at an nice RV campground in Quartzsite. I have now set my toy hauler up with 1,410 watts of solar power so I'd like to do some boondocking and SxS driving this winter starting late January of 2020.


I have boondocked in the past for a few days but this year we would like to go for weeks at a time probably moving every two weeks to RV campground to dump tanks, do laundry, grocery shop, etc then head back out to a boondocking site.


Any suggestion will be most appreciated, thanks.


Dave


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Old 12-02-2019, 04:45 PM   #2
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your Tow Vehicle always amazes me. even more, can you get that rig into (and out of) the boondock sites?
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Old 12-02-2019, 05:56 PM   #3
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your Tow Vehicle always amazes me. even more, can you get that rig into (and out of) the boondock sites?
Howdy Frank,


If the ground is SOLID, not muddy, not soft sand I can drive around the typical boondock areas with no problem. My truck weighs LESS then the bigger motor homes its around 22,000 pounds with the Smart Car, on the rear deck. What really amazes most folks is how I can put my trailer into RV slots in campgrounds that many can't get into when their driving a pickup with a 5th wheel trailer.


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