[vc_column_text]Dry camping means you are camping WITHOUT any electricity, water or sewer hook-ups. The length of time an RV can go before it needs to be recharged, (water, sewer & battery) will vary depending on the size and class of Motor Home. The smaller the unit, the shorter the time. Batteries can go dead quickly while dry camping. On board water will vary depending on consumption. Showers take the most water. Holding tanks also vary based on use. On average, Motor Homes may go 3-5 days but only with enough fuel to run the generator which will recharge the house battery. However travel trailers will NOT work at full capacity without being plugged in to a power source so when they are dead; so is your fridge, water heater, furnace, water pump, etc. Generators are a MUST if you plan on dry camping. The trickle charge from your vehicle to the trailer will only put out a small amount of charge. This will not be sufficient to power the entire trailer and amenities inside.
Empty your waste system often. Most of our customers find themselves dumping the RV plumbing waste every 3-5 days on the road.[/vc_column_text]