Here's a question that came in from Wendy:
QUESTION: Newbie here: we are quite confused about where to get clean water to fill the fresh water tank when boondocking/dry camping. How do you do it?
ANSWER: One of the things we've done in the past is use 1-gallon water containers that we pick up at a supermarket.
Our RV has a short hose and a valve that will suck water out of the water jugs. It comes standard on our Leisure Travel Vans RV. But most RV shops can easily set up with a similar system.
If not, we've heard of people who take an empty soda bottle, cut a rectangular hole in it and use it as a sort of funnel to pour in the water from the gallon jug to the freshwater fill on the RV.
A better solution for most RVers is to use something called a Water Bandit. It has a ¾ in threaded connector on one end that should connect to your city water connection. The other end is a highly flexible silicone polymer sleeve that stretches to fit over the end of virtually any standard water source… like a gallon water jug… making it really easy to pour in the tank. It costs around $8. Here's our Amazon affiliate link – https://amzn.to/35gpKkZ (thanks for your support).