WASHINGTON — Ah, summer. The season of outdoor grilling, family bonding, and fun in the sun. It’s also the busy season for travel, when many tourist destinations experience their highest volume of visitors. With the increase of RVs on the road this time time of year, trip planning takes on a new urgency. Those who full-time RV tend to be adverse to making reservations in advance because we like to keep our options open, but can you really travel without camping reservations in the summer months?
Last summer I boondocked almost exclusively (primitive dry camping on public lands) and I was able to find great places to stay all summer and never once made a reservation. For those who dislike travel planning and want to keep their costs down this is a good way to go, but it isn’t for everyone.
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