We have set up a camp outside of Salida, CO for the week of June 11-18th. If anyone is in the area, message me and I will send you coordinates. We will return again just after the first of July for 2 weeks. We look forward to meeting our members or future members!
The Members Only page associated with National Forest Notices is almost done. This is a VERY important part of what we do.
We urge ALL members to check out the page because there are some Notices related to Arizona – fee proposals.
If you are a paid Member and have not received your login user name, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org
We have fixed the “Join Us” membership registration portion of the website. If you have any issues, please let us know.
Here is an alternative link to pay in case you do experience problems:
Click here to pay $20 by debit or credit card
Part of growing pains are errors and for some reason we have not been receiving any of the messages sent through the “Contact Us” link. That has been fixed but in the process we lost all of them that were there. UGG!!
If you have recently sent us a message via Contact Us – please do so again. Your opinion and comments are VERY important to us.
Thank you so much
We just launched the new website! We are still working on it and have a lot of information to put in, but we’re one step closer.
Continue reading New website launched
We received this email today and want to congratulate anyone who does this. Pictures help, too.
“After hearing about and joining Boondockers United, I was feeling pretty fired up, so I cleaned up a dispersed site on BLM land near Virgin, UT. There are a couple aspects of it that illustrate a general template for success.
Continue reading This is what we do as members!
Bob Wells has uploaded an interview he did with me about Boondockers United and the outpouring of support is overwhelmingly positive. We ordered more bumper stickers and they should arrive by the 8th. We do have some email addresses that are being returned to us so if you have not received your “Welcome” email please email us directly. We are in the process of obtaining our 501c(3) non-profit status and plan to have that in place within the year.
Watch the vido here: CheapRVliving Video
On January 19, 2018 I was invited to join an organization for their annual meeting and I am SO GLAD that I did! They are called American Lands Access Association and their website is: www.amlands.org.
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On January 18, 2018 Boondockers United members and others came together and helped the BLM clean up a site in Quartzsite, AZ. There were around 19 volunteers and 3 Rangers who spread out and picked up an entire trailer load of trash! There were mattresses, abandoned clothes and tents as well as a lot of trash strewn over about 5 acres of public land. Thank you to everyone who joined us!
Continue reading Quartzsite cleanup with the BLM
Hello Everyone! We hope you all had a great holiday season! We’re gearing up for 2018 and looking forward to doing some awsome things! As you know, our members are ready, willing and able to lend a hand and help out the BLM and the National Forest Service with cleanups and site service. We do this voluntarily because we cannot stand seeing our public lands being treated unkindly.
Continue reading Update on Quartzsite cleanup
As a new and upcoming organization with high expectations of bridging the gap between law enforcement and Boondockers, we need to address what has happened in Lake Havasu with Enigmatic Nomadics “Build out your Van” event.
Continue reading Enigmatic Nomadics Snafu
On October 21, 2017 A local landscaper came out to Thousand Trails and hauled off all of the trash that we picked up!! YAY!! He was not able to take the white fiberglass thing so if anyone knows of someone who could get it, that would be great. It would make a good shade area.
Continue reading Trash was hauled away in Cottonwood
On Oct 17, 2017 Boondockers United members came together to clean up trash left behind in Thousand Trails 14 day camping area outside of Cottonwood, AZ. Other members were present as well.
Continue reading Our First Cleanup