By Marianne Edwards
This 74-page printable eBook contains:
Detailed directions to every suggested attraction and campsite.
A Texas map shows you at a glance the suggested routes and where you'll find the listed free camping locations.
Easy referencing: The book is divided into 3 color-coded sections. Each corresponds to a geographical area on the map. A full index is also provided at the back of the book.
A detailed one-month itinerary for the most popular South Texas destinations: Follow it, take advantage of the free camping suggestions, and spend less than $110.00 in camping fees for the entire month.
Tips on what to see, where to find the best frugal or free camping, where to shop, where to eat, where to find free water, free RV dump stations, propane, laundromats, showers, wi-fi and Internet service and more.
A camping accessibility Index: A quick reference for all 80 suggested frugal camping areas listed in the guide shows whether a tent can be set up and what size of RV can easily access each site.
Hiking suggestions: We love to hike so we've also listed some of our favorite Southern Texas hikes.
A bonus section: The Road To Texas. The majority of RVers who travel to Texas come from our part of Canada and The States (the northeast). If you're among them, you'll benefit from this bonus section that lists free camping areas and our favorite stops en route to Texas.
With your purchase you will receive free of charge the 23 page Frugal Shunpiker's e-Guide: Basic Boondocking. Marianne, the author will send you the bonus e-book and updates to your e-mail as she gets them.
What You'll Get In This Bonus Book.
This is the guide that answers the question we are asked most often: "How do you do it? How do you manage to get away so often and for so long on your (limited) income?"
It also answers many other questions such as: "How can you live in such a small space without killing each other? Why do you prefer dry camping? Is it safe? How can you trust driving an older vehicle? How do you find all these places to camp for free? What about showers? Why don't you drive one of those bigger RVs? Why don't you use hookups?"
This 23-page printable eBook answers all those questions and explains the basics of dry camping - the way we do it.
Review from Mark Polk - RV Education 101:
If you enjoy boondocking (dry camping), saving money, and witnessing spectacular sights Marianne Edwards E-book series on RV Boondocking are for you. Each e-book (there are currently 3, Arizona, New Mexico & Texas with more titles on the way) is loaded with valuable information for campers on where to go boondocking, how to get there and what to do and see once you arrive.
What I really enjoyed is how Marianne separates each state into sections making it easy to concentrate on a specific route you may want to follow, or a specific area of the state you intend to visit. Within each section she goes into great detail on what that area of the state has to offer; from what time of year it is best to visit the area to State & National Parks, monuments, attractions, facts, fees, wildlife, free camping, hiking, information on the local communities and so much more. These books are well organized in an easy to read manner and the photographs highlighting some of the attractions makes you want to load up the RV and hit the road right now.
If you are planning to visit any region of any state Marianne has written about don't leave home without the e-book. It is a valuable guide to getting the most out of your trip while saving the most too. Whether you camp in a tent, dry camp in an RV or camp with all of the amenities these e-books offer something for everyone.
As an added bonus when you order an e-book you will receive Marianne's RV Boondocking Basic e-book free of charge. It is a great primer on what boondocking is and it is full of tips and tricks to save you money and make the most out of all of your boondocking experiences.