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Old 04-22-2011, 09:34 PM   #1
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Arrow Urban Stealth Camping Video: In A C-Class

Interesting, not sure if it would work as well in an egg or if I would have the brashness to try?
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Old 04-22-2011, 09:40 PM   #2
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It works a lot better in something less obvious. Like a van or a cargo trailer, how can they pretend to not be camping when they're in a motor home?
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Maybe after they park they just slip to the back w/o any lights on and crawl into bed and go to sleep? With no movement or lights nobody would suspect anybody was in there. Of course that would only work for overnighting and not actually "camping" for extended periods.
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It seems like a lot of trouble when it's so easy to find places where you can get permission to spend a night. Rest Areas work good so do truck stops. Walmart and similar stores with parking lots, ask permission first.

There's several other ways to camp free or nearly free. Corp of Engineers often have places near dams that one can actually camp for free.
Dispersed camping in BLM and National Forest lands.
We recently went on 3 month trip and averaged about 7.50 per day. That's with some higher priced places and some free ones.
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It seems like a lot of trouble when it's so easy to find places where you can get permission to spend a night. Rest Areas work good so do truck stops. Walmart and similar stores with parking lots, ask permission first.

There's several other ways to camp free or nearly free. Corp of Engineers often have places near dams that one can actually camp for free.
Dispersed camping in BLM and National Forest lands.
We recently went on 3 month trip and averaged about 7.50 per day. That's with some higher priced places and some free ones.
Maybe we can start a spreadsheet, by state location, of safe, low cost camping. with the price of gas, my trips will be a lot shorter than longer this year.
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