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Do you own a 4×4 Jeep or some other off-road vehicle? Do you want to get away from the crowds while still having fun in the great outdoors?
Staying at an organized RV campground has its pitfalls:
- Other peoples’ kids racing back and forth making noise
- Over-exuberant partying going on right up until curfew or later
- Unskilled drivers trying to maneuver large RVs uncomfortably close to yours
- Neighboring RVs so close you can see what they’re eating for breakfast
Maybe you should consider choosing a spot that’s off the beaten path and away from the crowds. It’s called boondocking. In this case it’s call extreme boondocking!
Simply match a small RV survival trailer designed for extreme terrain with a 4×4 that’s capable of pulling it way off the beaten path. Then pick your camping spot miles away from anybody.
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