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Some of the best places to go dry camping include the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) public lands, local city and county parks, state parks, and National Parks. These areas are generally less crowded than campgrounds or RV parks and offer beautiful scenery.
1. Not Testing Your Equipment If you haven’t been dry camping in a while (or ever), it’s crucial to test all your equipment. Make sure to charge the batteries fully. Check that the connections between the solar panels and converter all work correctly. Ensure the water pump operates well. Otherwise, you’ll be without power and water, making dry camping challenging and uncomfortable.