Dispersed camping means camping off the beaten path, outside of a designated campground. Some other terms for dispersed camping include boondocking, primitive camping, or wild camping.
If it sounds cool – that’s because it is! There’s no way to get closer to Mother Nature than to leave the confines of a campground and venture out into the untamed wilderness.
But camping off grid comes with more responsibility. Without the waste services, fire pits, and security of a traditional camping area, you’ll have to take precautions to protect both yourself and the environment.
In this video by Kenneth Kramm, you’ll learn how to do both – and still have a great time in the outdoors.
One of the big challenges when dispersed camping is packing in enough water for a multi-day camp. It’s much easier to use a water filtration device at your campsite instead of hauling bottles in and out. You won’t have to worry about packing out empty bottles either. You can buy a squeeze water filtration system like Kenneth used in the video here. You can buy the tent that Kenneth used here.