WASHINGTON — When someone mentions boondocking, you typically think of public land in the western states. Mention boondocking and snowbirds in the same sentence and most people will narrow it down to the desert southwest and places like Quartzsite, Arizona where RVers migrate by the thousands every winter.
But did you know that boondocking (dispersed camping) is also available on public land in the Northeast? It’s true. While I haven’t had the privilege to RV in the eastern portion of the United States, I am building a database on places where RVers are allowed to boondock (camping for free on public land) so when the day comes for me to head east in my RV, I will be ready.
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