Did you know, that dry camping is one of the most common question topics or area of requested information at Outside Supply. This is because many of our customers like to head to the great outdoors. This means little or no services. In fact sometimes our dry camping customers may go a month without electricity.
How do the power their RV, camper, or motorhome while drycamping?
Well first they minimize their power usage. They use solar panels and generators to charge generously sized battery banks. They run power inverters for AC power and batteries for 12 volt loads.
They also keep their water and storage tanks under check. They sometimes have to go to a dump stations to clear these tanks.
They pack plenty of supplies and keep accurate count and track of all supplies and storage.
In fact dry camping can be very easy if you are well prepared and understand you limitations. It is always import to dry camp with little impact, take everything with you that you brought. Leave the area looking as good as the day you got there.
Dry Camping Power Inverters can be purchased at Outside Supply.