: Is the same as boondocking above, except sometimes campgrounds, RV parks, etc. have designated areas where you can dry dock for a fee (e.g. parking lots, casinos etc)
This is the same as boondocking except in suburban neighborhoods, parking lots etc. Typically, you would do this for only 1 night and quietly pull into an area to park. You'd want to appear as if no one is there. I don't use curtains to cover my windows and instead put up reflectix in the windows so that it looks like I am just keeping my rig cool/warm from the outside elements. I try to park next to a fence or empty lot (especially for the passenger side). I also usually pull in after dark and leave at sunup. Never park in the same place twice. Never park where it is posted No Overnight Parking! Also it is a good idea to do a Google Search for city ordinances that specifically state no RV parking or overnight parking.
Generator:This is an alternate power source for running your air conditioner, microwave or any other item that uses a lot of energy. It can be run while driving or while stationary. There are usually rules as to when you can run your generator in a campground or public area as they are noisy. Please adhere to running it in a neighborhood or parking lot during daylight hours only and never early in the morning.
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