Dry camping, also known as boondocking or dispersed camping, refers to camping in an area that does not have any established facilities such as running water, bathrooms, or electrical hookups.
This means that campers must be self-sufficient and bring all of their own supplies, including water, food, and waste disposal.
Dry camping is often done in more remote or wilderness areas, and can be a great way to experience the beauty of nature without the distractions of modern amenities.
It’s important to be prepared and properly equipped for dry camping, as you will be relying on your own resources.
Wild Camping, Leave No Trace camping are other names. It really means camping in nature with no facilities.