A camper might want electricity for several reasons, from the ability to recharge a phone, speaker, headlamp, or GPS device to power a laptop for remote workers. In some cases, campers might even need electricity for a medical need, such as to power a CPAP machine or insulin pump.
Do you need a generator for camping?
They are a necessity nowadays, especially if you plan to camp out for a long time. Just remember that not all camping destinations allow the use of generators, so be sure to do your homework and check in advance.
What is dry camping?
Dry camping, also known as boondocking, involves camping in an RV, van or motorhome with no hookups (no electricity or water) outside of a traditional campground. Dry campers set up camp on public lands as well as private places (with the permission of the owner), usually for free.