Dry camping is a term that refers to people who choose to camp without bringing their own water or wastewater treatment facilities.
Dry camping can be done for short periods with little risk, but long-term dry camping will cause health and environmental risks.
In this writing, we’ll discuss what dry camping is and how it’s different from traditional “wet” campsites.
At its most basic level, an RV park has hookups where you can plug in your sewage hose, freshwater hose, etc. In contrast, a non-hookup site would not have these amenities available – allowing you to add electricity via generator if necessary, though! Obviously, it’s much more than that.
Some tips or advice about dry camping:
Dry camping is a great experience for campers who want to get out and enjoy nature without the need for hookups. It can still be simple, affordable, and fun!
Some advice about how to pack for dry camping:
Some advantages and disadvantages of dry camping:
Dry camping is very similar in many ways to regular campgrounds with hookups available. Still, there are some key differences that make dry camping less convenient than having all of the amenities available.
Some reasons that people choose dry camping:
Dry camping is great for children as they are able to experience nature without all of the distractions that come with staying in an RV park. Kids will have the chance to experience camping in a unique way that they may not get at home or on other family trips!
What gear you should bring for your next dry camping trip:
In summary, going on a dry camping trip is perfect for those who want to experience the outdoors and nature without any of the common hassles that come with staying in an RV park. It’s cheaper than sites with hookups and can be safer if you choose your size carefully.
As long as there are other campers or nearby residents! It can be more difficult for kids – especially if they’re used to the amenities that come with staying at an RV park. It’s also important to make sure that you bring all of the gear and equipment that you may need (especially water) when going on a dry camping trip!