Boondocking is the practice of camping in remote locations for free and off the grid. There are a variety of different types of land that are available for Boondocking legally, ranging from State Forests to Crown Land in Canada. The goal of Boondocking is to experience nature and solitude without constant interruption from other humans. On the Rethinking Fire Tour, we prefer Boondocking to other forms of camping because it allows us to explore and discover, undisturbed. During some of the last week we were boondocking in the Michuax State Forest in Central PA. Of course our trusty Double Flame fire pit was along! There is something great about smokeless campfires when you want to remain undetected.
Another reason that Double Flame is well suited to Boondocking is because of its efficient wood burning. Whether you are bringing wood in or responsibly harvesting local dead wood, using less wood for your campfires really cuts the work down! You wont need to rely on propane or charcoal as much for your grilling if you can forage locally to fuel your cookouts. If you are interested in trying out boondock camping, contact us on Facebook at the Unbound Nomads for some tips.