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By hitekhomeless

Everyone’s camping style is different. Some people have never been into an RV park, while others have never camped outside of one.

Different people have different energy needs, too. I know a man who has enough solar panels on the roof of his 5er to run his big screen tv, dvd player, refrigerator, and his A/C. Another friend of mine uses absolutely zero electricity while camping.

While we all use different amounts of energy, we only have a couple of ways to get it. Which one do you use? Please use the poll to select your answer. We would also like to hear your thoughts about your choice. Would you go with the same system if you had it to do over? Let us know by leaving a comment on this page or on the forum via the link below.

What do you do for electricity when camping?

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Terry Moore
Anonymous User
Reviewed April 28, 2017

I have a 2003 Roadtrek but have added 200 watts Solar Panels from Renogy to enable me to boondock more readily...So I have the alternator, an onboard generator and Solar far so good!

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